Followers of Jesus Christ, Open in Heart and Mind.

Seeking God.

We strive to love God with all of our heart, mind, soul, and strength and to know God through Christ’s life, teaching, and enduring presence.


Practicing Peace.

Together we seek to embody God’s dream of healing, wholeness, and redemption in the world.


Creating Community.

Spiritual friendships grow and are nurtured as we share our lives together in worship and ministry.


If you need a place of peace, a place to laugh and cry, a place to hope and dream, a place to encounter divine mercy, you are welcome here. Dayspring welcomes seekers and doubters, full hearts, broken hearts... and you, because we are all children of one God, who has welcomed us all.
— Chris Fillingham, Sr. Pastor

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We are Located at the center of St. Louis county, near the intersection of 270 and 64/40. Our Address is:

1001 Municipal Center Dr.
Town and Country, MO 63131

Although we're easy to see from 270, we can be tricky to get to. Check out our direction page for help.

Faith Formation

Every stage of life has unique challenges and invites us to different kinds of spiritual work. We are intentional about creating opportunities for faith formation at every stage. Click on a topic below to learn more about our ministries to children, youth, and adults.

Children are valued and celebrated at Dayspring. We offer a safe and welcoming environment to nurture their faith, incorporating them in worship, teaching them in Sunday School, Children’s Worship, Manna, and providing other opportunities for playfulness and joy.

Having a place to interact with Christian friends, adults and teachers and to celebrate, talk and experience God are key components in the spiritual formation of teenagers at Dayspring.

There are a number of ways we nurture faith among adults, including Sunday School, Community Groups, Book Clubs, Arts-n-August, Lectionary Lunch, and more.

At Dayspring, opportunities abound to exercise your unique gifts and strengthen our community. Doing simple work together and for one another is an important part of our community life and personal journeys of faith.