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Jubilee Church St. Louis
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Today 9:00 – 10:30 am, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
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NEW SERMON | Above All: How to Engage the World | @DillonNeely | 07/06/14 | http://ow.ly/ySvvb #tc
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NEW SERMON | Jonah | @TerryVirgo | 06/22/14 | http://ow.ly/ylXw9 #tc
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REMINDER: STL, Washington and Lake locations will have NO SERVICES Sunday, 06/15. Please join back with us on 06/22. http://ow.ly/xQywI
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REMINDER: STL, Washington and Lake locations will have NO SERVICES Sunday, 06/15. Please join back with us on 06/22. http://ow.ly/xQywI
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NEW SERMON | Above All: Parenting | @heinsight2020 | 06/01/14 | http://ow.ly/xwSns #tc
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NEW SERMON | Above All: A New Community | @bryanmowrey | 05/18/14 | http://ow.ly/x3dAw #tc
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NEW SERMON | Above All: God Honoring Work | @bryanmowrey | 06/29/14 | http://ow.ly/yCTMl #tc
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Join us this Sunday, June 22, as we hear from @TerryVirgo, founder of @Newfrontiers, at the STL City location at 9am & 11am.
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REMINDER: STL, Washington and Lake locations will have NO SERVICES Sunday, 06/15. Please join back with us on 06/22. http://ow.ly/xQywI
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NEW SERMON | Above All: Marriage | @johnlanferman | 06/08/14 | http://ow.ly/xNScj #tc
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NEW SERMON | Above All: Letting Christ Rule | @bryanmowrey | 05/25/14 | http://ow.ly/xjMEC #tc
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NEW SERMON | Above All: Christ Our Life | @bryanmowrey, featuring @jordandillon & @davidqaoud | 05/11/14 | http://ow.ly/wKECp #tc
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4228 S Kingshighway Blvd St Louis, MO 63109
4228 S Kingshighway BlvdUSMOSt Louis63109
(314) 832-9033jubileestl.org
Church, Non-Denominational ChurchToday 9:00 – 10:30 am, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 4:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday 9:00 – 10:30 am, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
We are a group of people that love Jesus and are passionate about connecting people to Him. We currently meet in 3 different locations all across the St. Louis Metro area. We love St. Louis, and our dream is 20 locations throughout the city, transforming and restoring it from the inside out.
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A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
Since moving to St Louis to go to College in 2007 I was actively looking for a church to call home. I was skipping around across the St Louis area for a year or so when a friend invited me to come to Jubilee. I was impressed from the first day I walked in the door. Meeting and forming relationships with so many people who had a genuine interest in me and my walk with Christ was so encouraging. Everyone at Jubilee helps everyone else out. They want to challenge and encourage your growth from the beginning and the relationships and friendships I have gained speak for themselves. People here truly care and are excited about what God is doing in this City and around the World.
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A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
Where people love Jesus by living out their faith. When my wife and I moved to St. Louis three years ago we were looking for a church to grow in and call home. At Jubilee we have found that people worship God on Sundays and that worship continues through their week into every area of their life. Jubilee members actively serve the poor through outlets like: volunteering for Project Homeless Connect Day, free health clinics and helping out at Our Lady’s Inn. They gather in eachothers homes for small groups to build friendships, study God’s word and pray for each other. People also eagerly make time to take on leadership opportunities by hosting&facilitating small groups, starting ministries on college campuses and teaching kids Sunday school classes. We have found a great family at Jubilee and they have helped us to grow by encouraging us to walk out our faith in bold new ways. I encourage you to come experience the freedom and peace that you get from being part of a community where people care for one another, serve their community, and lead, not out of obligation or guilt, but because they truly love Jesus. Come check out Jubilee.
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A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
I landed at Jubilee about 5 years ago when I moved to STL for college. My relationship with Christ was strong at the time, but this spirit-filled community helped my life grow to unimagined heights! I have found an incredible group of people that serve God, love others, and follow Jesus' example. My wife and I are certain that we will be connected to this church for the rest of our lives. Jubilee Church has made real commitments and investments in reaching both the local community as we as the global community. If you're new to the area, and are actively persuing a church to call home... I would highly encourage you to check out Jubilee STL!
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A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
I moved to St. Louis in August of 2007 to attend college, and started attending Jubilee. I love the community and relational aspect, that the people there genuinely do life together, not just meet on Sundays. I'm provided with a safe place to grow and be challenged in my faith. I love how the leadership is forward looking, and there is a continual sense of expectation in how God is working in St. Louis and across the world. One aspect I especially love is how I can connect with those who are in an entirely different phase of life than me, but still learn from their wisdom and experiences and have meaningful friendships.
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A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
I've had the privilege of worshipping in a number of church settings (large and small, young and old, conservative and liberal, charismatic and reformed) throughout the years. Because of that, when I came to St. Louis, I had a fairly good idea about the kind of church community I was looking to join. What stands out most to me about Jubilee is that the church is genuine about trying to engage with God from a position of humility AND expectancy. It is clear that they believe the Bible to be God's authoritative Word (ie. sound theology), but that they also believe God is active and speaking today (ie. vibrant faith). Each Sunday, I come away either challenged or encouraged (often both) to live out a faith that is powerfully alive, just as Jesus Christ is alive. The community has been so supportive and welcoming and there are plenty of opportunities to serve the community. I think Jubilee has something for everyone, no matter what their previous experiences of church have been.
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A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
I recently moved to the states from Brighton England where i attended CCK, a Newfrontiers church (part of the same family of churches as Jubilee). My husband and I were welcomed with such love and friendship and were surrounded by people who example what it is like to have a true relationship with God. Jubilee has been a safe place where we can experience and hear about God with great bible based worship and teaching. We love Jubilee because people there dont just go through the motions of christianity but are determined to live lives directed by God, not just on Sundays but everyday. It's been really amazing to see such a variation of ages, personalities, and backgrounds working together to spread the gospel to the St. Louis area and beyond.
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