Kirk E-Directory—Follow these four simple steps to opt-in to the E-Directory:

1. To access the e-Directory, go to thekirk.infellowship.com and login. If you have not created your myKirk account, click on the “Register” button on the top right and follow these three steps:

  • Provide name, email address, and password, then click to create account;

  • Go to the email from Fellowship One, then click to activate your account;

  • Provide individual and contact information, then click to save and create account. Once you have created an account, simply log in with your email address and password.

2. Click on "Update Profile" to add or update your photo or personal contact info. Save changes.
3. Click Privacy Settings to control what information others may view. To "opt in" to the e-Directory, check the box "include me in the church directory" at the bottom of the screen and save your settings.
4. Click on Church Directory to start connecting better and faster with Kirk people and households. 

Questions? Read the FAQs, and then call the Church Office if you need additional assistance.


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 leah.jakes@thekirk.org.


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 leah.jakes@thekirk.org.


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 Nursery hallway. May: can of chicken noodle soup or chicken with a rice soup, package of "add water only" cornbread mix, can of mixed fruit, box of tapioca, box of powdered milk, Optional:  a toiletry item. Current Needs: pasta sauce (critical), canned pasta, jelly, condiments, body wash (critical), lotion, conditioner (critical), laundry detergent. For a complete list of regular groceries they provide each month, visit www.circleofconcern.org.