Red Cross Blood Drive:  The Deacons are sponsoring a Red Cross blood drive in the Family Life Center on Sunday, March 3, from 7:45 am to noon. This is a great way to positively affect our community in about 45 minutes. We encourage you to register to avoid waiting and to enable the Red Cross to properly staff to support our requirements.  Please register at Click in the dark blue “Enter a Sponsor Code” box on the upper right side of the page and enter “kirkofthehills” in the sponsor code box. Please contact Rob Eichelberger314.753.1538, if you have any questions or would like to volunteer to help. 

The Kirk's Toddler Time Program has two Monday morning spots available to new students starting this month! If you are interested in enrolling your little one for this semester or for next year, please contact Leah Jakes at

We are looking for kind, diligent individuals to join our wonderful team of caregivers in the Kirk Nursery! We provide care and age-appropriate teaching for children, ages 6 weeks to 4 years old. If you love kids and like to work in a fun, friendly environment, this is the place for you! Childcare experience and CPR certification is preferred but not required. Tuesday Morning staff is especially needed and other shifts are available on Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Schedule is flexible and pay starts at $10/hour. If interested, please contact our Nursery and Toddler Time Coordinator, Leah Jakes, at

KDS Athletics - Spring Sports Registration

  • Registration for Baseball/Softball Training League (Pre-K / K), Baseball/Softball (1–6th grade) and Golf (2nd–6th) opens Thursday, January 17, and will close Friday, February 8.  Descriptions of each program are in EZRosters. Register online at

  • CYC ID cards are required for ALL players.  If you do not already have a card, apply for one online now at so you have it when the season begins.

  • All new coaches are required to attend the CYC classes Coaching to Make a Positive Difference and Protecting God's Children prior to the start of the season. In addition, coaches get a background check every two years and must sign the CYC Ethical Code of Conduct. 

Please contact Shari Shultz at if you have questions about registration or coaching.

Circle of Concern feeds the hungry and provides assistance to low-income families living in west St. Louis County.  We support Circle of Concern by our Give a Meal a Month program and by publishing their current needs. The food receptacle is located in the Commons area. January Menu: can of tuna, box of macaroni and cheese, can of peas, can of mandarin oranges, box of instant pudding, box of powdered milk. Current Needs: dinner helpers, cereal, canned pasta, pasta sauce, low dose aspirin, size 5 or 6 diapers, deodorant. For a complete list of regular groceries they provide each month, visit