Connect With Us


 What are You Looking For?

Pioneer Press Newsletter
Weekly Sermons
Online Giving
Wednesday Night Dinner
Bonhomme Calendar
Prayer Request
RSVP for Worship
Help Mission Partners


Upcoming Events


October BLAST

We hope you join us for an evening of food, fellowship and fun, with some great music to boot PLUS Trunk or Treat for all the little ones. The St. Louis Brass Band will kick us off and then we will give praise with Kingly leading us. Trunk or Treat will begin at 4:30 pm. If you’d like to park your car and hand out candy to the ghosts and goblins, please sign up for a spot, as space is limited due to social distancing initiatives. Food trucks are free, provided by our Bonhomme ministries. Please let us know you’re coming by checking in HERE.

Surviving the Holidays, a GriefShare Seminar

Surviving the Holidays Seminar is for people who are grieving a loved one’s death. It features helpful tips in a survival guide. You may purchase it when you register or come by Bonhomme for a complimentary copy Monday through Friday 9 am-3 pm.
Registration is required: CLICK HERE

Bonhomme Tree Lighting

You are invited to our first-ever Tree Lighting. Bonhomme will light the Chesterfield skies with over 25,000 lights on one tree. We’ll have something for everyone. Please let us know you’re coming. And, if you’d prefer to watch and participate from your car, please note that on the form so we can reserve a spot for you.


4:30–5pm   Enjoy the Hot Chocolate & Hot Cider Bar
5–5:30pm   Service and Tree Lighting
5:30-6pm   Carol Sing

6pm Open for Photos with Tree, Manger and Sled

Please let us know you’re coming: CLICK HERE

Faith & Politics for a Biblical People

Post-election we are pleased to offer the great opportunity to hear Mark Valeri explore “Faith and Politics for a Biblical People.”
Dr. Valeri is the Interim Director of Religious Studies and the Reverend Priscilla Wood Neaves is the Distinguished Professor of Religion and Politics at Washington University. Professor Valeri’s areas of specialization include religion and social thought, especially economics in America, Reformation theology and the political history of Calvinism. To register, CLICK HERE.


Ongoing Events

Exercise your faith in a variety of ways.


Ways to Serve


Send Joy Around the World in our Shoebox Showdown

Operation Christmas Child is off and running and this year we’ve been challenged by First Presbyterian Church of Edmond, OK to see which church can fill the most shoeboxes.
Boxes are available on 10/18, 10/25, 11/1 and 11/8 after both services. Boxes are also available outside of the front of the church by Isaiah 58 donation box. Once you fill your box with Christmas goodies, please return them to a specially marked table in Steffen Hall or Kilby Commons by November 15. We will also offer a drop-off via drive-through that day. Don’t forget to include $9 shipping costs or pay on-line.

Our Meal Ministry can Help

Did you know that Bonhomme has a Meal Ministry? Currently there are almost 50 homemade meals in the church freezer. Please help us deliver them to covenant partners or regular visitors who might need some home-cooked LOVE.
If you’d like to take a meal to someone, it’s easy! The meals are located on the middle row of the walk-in freezer in the kitchen next to Steffen Hall. Simply take a meal (or 2 if it’s for a bigger family) AND LOG your activity on the clipboard hanging on the left wall outside of the refrigerator doors. Please fill out the log completely so we can keep track of how many we are blessing. If you have any questions, contact Lisa Hartshorn.


At Bonhomme, we are actively growing in faith, serving others and loving others as Jesus loved us.




We have thriving Adult, Student and Children Ministries to foster mentoring between generations and a love for Him and others while walking beside you on your journey of faith.

Obstacle Course Instruction



We seek to love, bless, and serve others in Jesus’ name as we embody the Good News in West County, the City of St. Louis, and other countries as agents of mercy, justice, and grace. 

Communion, Homebound


Community Care

Our Community Care Ministry helps people experience care and healing. Whether you need help or prayer, we offer a wide range of resources to support our church family.