3752 Giles Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63116



The Fellowship is a Christian church focused on following Jesus in the way of peace, justice, and community. We were founded in 1975, and have been actively at work in the St. Louis Community ever since. We seek to embody Jesus' way as individuals, in the church, and with the world.

Personal journey: We live in a world shaped by power and control, and we gather to explore another way of being human, teaching and preaching against war, practicing community discernment, and deepening our relationship with God through Bible Study, prayer, and worship.

Faith Community: we are called to build up the body of Christ through all of life. So we share in monthly common meals, offer care to each other at times of crisis or transition, support children in their growth, and welcome people from all walks of life, with diverse theological perspectives. We're open to any question as we seek to follow Jesus and tell the Good News.

Mission to the world: we have been actively involved in the St. Louis community and around the world for many years. Here are some of our outreach projects.

The Fellowship is a member of Mennonite Church USA, and the Illinois Mennonite conference.

Jennifer Harris Dault is the pastor of St. Louis Mennonite Fellowship. Jennifer Harris Dault has been part of St. Louis Mennonite Fellowship in a variety of roles since 2012. She has a BA in English from Southwest Baptist University and an MDiv from Central Baptist Theological Seminary, where she was part of the first CREATE cohort. Jennifer is the editor of The Modern Magnificat: Women Responding to the Call of God, and wrote a chapter on pregnancy after miscarriage in Still a Mother: Journeys Through Perinatal Bereavement. She and her husband Allyn are parents to Simeon and Madeleine. Jennifer enjoys reading, trying new recipes, and dragging her family out to explore St. Louis.

The Fellowship is a covenant community. Every year, each member of the congregation signs a membership covenant. This document ties us together as an intentional community, trying to live as disciples of Christ.

Anyone may become a member of the Fellowship if they worship with us, participate in a membership class, confess faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, accept guidance from the Mennonite Confession of Faith, and sign and commit to the membership covenant. The fellowship welcomes LGBTQIA people in marriage and leadership in the congreation.

If you are interested in more information about the Fellowship, please email slmfmenno@gmail.com, or come join us in worship.