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Eliot Unitarian Chapel

Sundays at Eliot Chapel

The best way to learn about Eliot Chapel is to come to a worship service, and visitors are always welcome.  

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We are now meeting live on Sundays at 10:00 am. The service will be recorded and posted here and on our YouTube channel as soon as it is available. It will remain on our website through the week. 

Masks are required at the service for anyone over two years of age. Masks should cover your mouth and nose. 

If you would like someone to contact you about visiting, please let us know.

 

What Time Are Services?
Services are at 10:00 amWatch the home page of the website for service time changes or call the church office at 314-821-0911.

 

We are planning for one hour of Sunday worship/religious education this fall at 10:00 am. Interim is a time for experimenting and learning together. We hope that this experiment will help foster more energy, spirit, and closeness as a community.



How do I find Eliot Chapel?
Eliot Chapel is located at 100 S. Taylor Avenue in Kirkwood, Missouri.  We are at the corner of Taylor and Argonne, across the street from the Farmer's Market.

Click here for a map and to get directions.


Where do I park?

  • There are two small lots behind the church that may be accessed from Madison (the street that runs right along the railroad tracks just south of the Chapel). There are a few spaces reserved for Visitors in the closest lot to Eliot.
  • Newcomers may park in the Farmer's Market spaces on Argonne Rd. between Taylor and Kirkwood Rd, but members and friends are requested to leave these parking spaces for Farmer's Market customers.
  • There are public parking lots across from the Farmer's Market and just west of the Market.
  • There are also a few business lots off Argonne Rd.

Click here for a map with parking information.


What Type of Music Will I Hear?

An inspirational blend of traditional and contemporary, selected in collaboration between the Minister and Music Director. Participants are volunteers and guest soloists.

 

What Should I Wear?
There is no dress code at our church. People wear what they are most comfortable in, and it varies from "Sunday Best" to shorts and sandals or jeans and a sweatshirt, or anything in between.


What About My Kids?
Please see This Week at Eliot for our current offerings for children and youth.

For more information about our Religious Education program, please click here.

 

After Worship
After worship, we invite all to join us in the nearby Meadow for conversation during social hour. This is a time for people to renew acquaintances, catch up with old friends, and make some new ones.