"With The Morning's Dawn"
(Hey - she's my wife - she gets to be first - the rest are in alphabetical order)
"Love Wins All"
"A Love Like This"
The Blood of Redemption
The Blood of Redemption
"Give It All"
"I Will Sing"
"Take Me Back"
Danny & Sherri Brown
"Nothing To Hold Me Back"
Burning Bush Missions
"In This Place"
"For All Time"
"Out Of Nothing"
"Let The Worshippers Arise"
"In The Beginning"
"I See You Lifted High"
Dare 2 Dream
Justin De Rosa
"Justin De Rosa"
"Here I Stand"
The Michael Feldman Group
"The Narrow Road"
Old Time & Bluegrass Gospel
Friday Night Coffee House
Friday Night Coffee House
"Out In The Distance"
"Come To The Feast"
Hip hop, rap
In The Deep
In The Deep
"The Bottom Line"
Allie & Nick LaPointe
"In The Shelter"
Charlie & Jill LeBlanc
Travis Lee Band
(Bluegrass / Gospel)
"When Answers Aren't Enough"
"Worship Through The Valley"
"Child of God"
Mike & Nathan
"Both Sides of This"
"Declaration of the Anointed Democracy"
More Than Me
"A Day In The Life"
Morning Star Praise Band
"More Than Before"
"Fire Against The Cold"
No Such Monster
"Egypt Is A Beautiful Heifer"
"Never Stop Praising Your Redeemer!"
"A Dash of Pepper"
"Different in Daylight"
"All That Matters"
"Solo But Not Alone"
"Heaven's Kingdom or Bust"
"All of You"
"Songs From The Furnace"
"Places We've Been"
Seven Weeks After
Seven Weeks After
Chris Shepherd Band
"To Give You Praise"
"Break My Heart"
Soul Service Band
Soul Service Band
"There's A Cry In My Heart"
"Everything But Bass"
"Sound of Rain"
"Home Is Where You Dig It"
"Jesus Is Our Savior"
"This Is The Beginning"
"Something You Can't Find"
Work In Progress
"Work In Progress"
Basket of Love Coffee House & Gift Shop
106 N. Main Street
DeSoto, MO 63020-1709
Phone: (636) 586-7759
Email: DSCWilliams (at) hotmail.com
Owner: Donna Williams
Mon-Fri: 7AM - 6PM
Sat: for special group only
A full-featured coffeehouse with coffee drinks, smoothies, soup, sandwiches, home-made muffins and deserts. Open since summer of 2004. Live music when they offer it begins at 6:00 PM. Groups can reserve use of the coffeehouse for FREE on Saturdays with the only stipulation that they do not bring in their own food but purchase it in-house. Prayer meetings on first Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM. Room for 48 or so seated, 60 standing. No PA so musicians must bring their own.
The Coffee House
177 Hilltown Village Ctr
Chesterfield, MO 63017-1731 Map
Just north of Chesterfield Mall, on the east side of Olive, near Schnucks.
Phone: (636) 530-5902
Fax: (636) 530-5974
Owners: Jane Tennis, Elizabeth Pastrana, Richard Morton
Web: under development
Mon 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tue - Thu 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wed, Fri, Sat 6:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sun 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Intimate coffeehouse, very nice laid back environment, fireplace and everything you would expect of a first-rate coffeehouse. Great coffee, each cup is brewed individually. Good selection of pastries, sandwiches. Provides free wireless Internet. No tipping - "the best tip is a return customer". Open since June 2004. Music on Wednesdays and Fridays, sometimes Thursdays. Both Christians and non-Christians play here. No sound system provided so musicians must bring their own. Probably ideal for one or two musicians playing. The facilities are available for rental on Sundays, 6PM - 9 PM. Live music is usually 7:30 - 9:30 PM.
Genesis Coffee House
A ministry of The Presbytery of Giddings-Lovejoy
6018 Delmar Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63112
(across the street from the Metrolink station)
Phone: (314) 726-4063
Email: genesiscoffeehouse (at) sbcglobal.net
Web: concert info or venue details
M - F 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Monday Bible study & worship 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Tuesday Fellowship 7:00 - 9:30 PM prayer & potluck with Mennonite fellowship & worship
Cultural Thursdays 7:30 - 10:00 PM
Friday Open Mic Night 7:00 - 11:00 PM
Saturday Concert Night 7:00 - 10:00 PM (cover charge)
Sunday Jazz Jam 3:00 - 6:00 PM "Jazz musicians of all ages & skills...come to join in playing or to just listen"
"The Genesis House Vision: It is our heart's desire that everyone who comes through our door will
experience a taste of paradise.
We believe that though people have diverse views about life & God, we, nevertheless, are all essentially one in Spirit.
To that end, we seek to make Genesis House an oasis of unconditional love and acceptance for all who enter,
and offer them a gathering place for conversation, refreshment and artistic self-expression.
We envision, is short... a taste of paradise."
Nicely decorated coffeehouse, art gallery, stage big enough to squeeze a full band on it,
seating for up to 55 or so, decent sound system for musicians, lighting is adequate but nothing special.
Packs out for open mic night. A lot of construction going on in the area -
parking available in the lot just east of the building.
All kinds of things going on: music, drama, poetry, dances, talks, meetings, Bible studies, etc.
Some activities leaning a little more to the left. (For example, they host Green Alliance events and the "Pride Concert" for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered musicians and singers). Can't tell you much about the food other than that the chile is real good. Here's a write-up about it from The Common Space.
The Journey Coffee House
1954 Vandalia (Orchards Shopping Center)
Collinsville, IL 62234
On Route 159, 1 mile S. of I-55 (16 miles from downtown)
Phone: (618) 345-2233
Email: thejourney (at) scofield.cc
Owners: William, Nancy, and Caleb Scofield
Web: Under development
M - Sat 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Live music most Friday nights
The coffeeshop has been open since July 2004. Featuring espresso, coffee, pastries, and free wireless Internet. A very relaxed environment with lots of room - actually a medium sized coffee bar area with a large hangout area where musicians can play, board games are available as well as a number of books. An additional door leads next door to a church, Ecclesia. Live music is offered on Friday evenings. They try to run as both a successful business as well as a sensitive ministry. Their desire is to be an outreach to the youth that would be turned off by an overtly religious environment. They do provide a sound system and are able to use the church next door for bands on occassions, but generally prefer acoustic artists with original music.
Latte Da Coffee House
2000 Richardson Road
Arnold, MO 63010
(the first business west of I-55 - backside of building - across the street from McDonalds)
Phone: (636) 296-6065
Email: jmlatteda (at) yahoo.com
Owners: John & Michelle McNeill
Mon, Tues: 6AM - 2PM
Wed, Thurs: 6AM - 9PM
Fri: 6AM - 10PM
Sat: 8AM - 2PM, 6PM - 10PM
Very nice coffee shop, they've been open for about a year. Room for 30 seated, maybe 60 or so max standing. Live music most Friday and Saturday nights. They do not have a house PA, so musicians should bring their own. Here's a nice write up from the Suburban Journals: article.
Solid Rock Kaffee Haus
129 S. Central
Eureka, MO 63025
(Old Towne Eureka)
Directions: (9 miles from 141/I-44 intersection)
1) Exit at Eureka, MO-109/MO-W, Exit #264 off of I-44;
2) Left at the bottom of the ramp, onto Highway “W” (south);
3) Through 2 stoplights, then turn Right, at Shell Station, Old Town Drive;
4) One block, Old Towne T’s into S. Central Ave.;
5) Turn right on South Central Ave, go through 4 way stop sign
Phone: (636) 938-1175
Email: info (at) SolidRockKaffeeHaus.com
Owner: Chris & Lisa Neugebauer
Tue, Wed, Thu 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri, Sat 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM.
Closed on Sundays and Mondays
NEW TIME - Live music Friday and Saturday nights, 6:30 - 8:30 PM.
Christian Books, CD's and gift items, as well as, sandwiches, salads, soups, quesadillas, wraps and many gourmet desserts.
"The Largest Venue for Live Christian Music in St. Louis" They've had over 100 groups in the last 2+ years! Extremely tastefully decorated, fireplace. Besides a nice menu and great coffee, they also sell quality Christian books and a small selection of CD's - including a lot of screaming deals in the discount CD area. They also have a number of board games to play while you are hanging out. The Solid Rock has a very nice "laid back" feel to it and many regard this as one of the nicest coffeehouses in the area. It is definitely worth the drive. Here's some additional info from the Post-Dispatch.
Also, keep it in mind as a place to drop by before or after you go to Six Flags.
Room for 60 or so seated. Provides a basic sound system for musicians. They also put on an "inside festival" in July with a dozen or so local bands playing. Many thanks to Chris Neugebauer at the Solid Rock Kaffee Haus for providing many of the artist's links on this page. Here's a quick link that takes you in to see who's playing: events.
Stage Left Espresso Bar and Café
9975 Winghaven Blvd.
O'Fallon, MO 63366 Map
Phone: (636) 561-JAVA
Email: leigh (at) stageleftespresso.com
Owner: Leigh Diehl
Mon-Thu 6:30AM - 8:00PM
Fri 6:30AM - 10:00PM
Sat 7:00AM - 6:00
Sun 8:00AM - 2:00PM
Has live music on Friday nights at 7:00 PM, no cover charge. "Known for great coffee and service." Also serves food. "Great acoustics." Room for 35 seated, can handle 50 standing. Small stage area, best for 2-3 musicians. No PA yet, so musicians should bring their own.
A ministry of Radiant Life Church
11533 Gamel Cemetery Rd.
Festus, MO 63028
Director: Thomas Skiles
Email: youth_directors (at) caveculture.org
(If site is down lately, here's an archive.)
A high octane youth group with a coffeehouse. Their new "Cave", an 8000 sq. ft. facility is under construction that should hold 550, opening this fall. It will even have a 2000 sq. ft. skate park! They also put on the "Cave Fest" music fest in August 2002 and 2003 at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds - 1500 people attended. Web site has not been updated for quite some time.
The Gathering Place
A ministry of Church of God at Baden
8428 Halls Ferry Rd.
Saint Louis, MO 63147-1807
(In Baden just off of N. Broadway)
Phone: (314) 385-4322
Email: jesusmusic11 (at) netzero.com or PastorDonSharp (at) juno.com
Open on occassional Saturday nights - check the web page calendar.
This is a fairly small venue - I've only been there once but one of the workers noted one time
they had 70 people there and it looked to me like it would be very crowded with 25! It looked like a pretty
diverse crowd, both young and old. Low budget, but it was still
a pretty good experience overall. You may
want to park at the library next door. No cover charge, but they passed the hat to take a donation.
I think they are expanding their facilities to make it 3x larger. They do have a house PA system.
Higher Grounds Coffee House
A ministry of Solid Rock Ministries (United Pentecostal Church) 899 Gravois, Fenton, MO
5955 Hwy 61 / 67
Imperial, MO 63052
(Near Main Street in Imperial)
Phone: (Jonathon, Youth Pastor) (636) 343-3800
Web: under construction
Fri 7:00 - 9:00 PM Adult Bible study
Sat 5:00 - 7:00 PM Adult coffeehouse
Sat 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Youth coffeehouse
A youth oriented coffeehouse where EVERYTHING is free: coffee, cappuccino, soda, etc. and of course no cover charge. Capacity is maybe 50 people, stage only has room for a few musicians. No PA system although a portable one can be borrowed, so musicians need to make arrangements.
Holy Ground Coffee House
A ministry of Chosen Generation Gospel Ministries, Inc.
304 W. Allen Street
Springfield, IL 62704 Map
101 miles from St. Louis
Phone: (217) 306-2592
Contact: Don Hunt
Email: DHunt (at) cwlp.com
Web: under development
Saturdays 6-11 PM: Adults
Fourth Friday of the month 6-11 PM: Youth
Holy Ground Coffee house provides a separate ministry activity area for adults, children 12 and under, and teens where age appropriate ministry is available. They can hold 65 sitting at tables, 125 sitting theater style, and max out with 200 standing. They provide a wide assortment of table games available to adults and youth ranging from cards to games like monopoly, scrabble, Uno, etc. For youth they also have fooze ball tables, air hockey, basketball shoot out, and a ping pong table.
They offer coffees, cappuccino, spiced chai, hot chocolate, soda, etc.
as well as a variety of hot sandwiches, cookies, chips, and other snacks.
Usually no cover as they depend on donations although there may be special programs from time to time that require a small cover.
They provide a sound system to musicians (24 channel Peavey mixer, 1500 power amp for the mains, 600 watts for the monitors, nine piece house drum set).
410 South Prairie Street
Greenville, IL 62246
51 miles from St. Louis
Directions: Take I-70 exit 45 - Go North on 127 in to Greenville, West on Harris/127,
North on Prairie Street
Phone: (Ron & Teresa Abert) (618) 664-9032 (call after 6PM)
Email: praise (at) papadocs.com OR praisecoffeehouse (at) hotmail.com
All concerts & Bible study time begin 7:00 PM, doors open at 6:00 PM Saturday evenings.
"No cover charge / love offering. Open mic nights available.
Just come and be with us and share your music ministry with us at that time. When a concert is not scheduled on Saturday evenings, there will be Bible study time, and also there could be open mic nights as well.
Also if you would like to read Christian poetry, you are welcome to share that as well.
We will as the Lord leads schedule concerts, but, this fall season there will not be an abundance of concerts.
If you want to share the ministry of music that God has given you, you are welcome to stop in on Saturday evenings."
A ministry of First Baptist Church of Harvester
4075 S Old Highway 94
Saint Charles, MO 63304
Church Phone: (636) 928-9757
Booking email: Freddy.Williams (at) fbch.com
www.RealmNoise.com (under development)
High School: Wednesdays 7:15 - 8:30PM
Middle School: Fridays 7:00 - 9:30PM
A youth group, not a coffeehouse, but still a huge music venue - the $2 million facility can accommodate up to 800! Here's a crude write-up in the Riverfront Times.
"Monthly" or "Bi-Monthly" Coffeehouses
A ministry of New Life Community Church
15036 Clayton Rd
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Phone: (314) 540-6827(Tim), or (636) 795-8556(Nick)
Email: atticbooking (at) hotmail.com
The 2nd and 4th Friday of every month, 7:00 PM.
"Reallife Youth plays host to a variety of local bands at a twice monthly event called The Attic. This is a concert outreach ministry that takes place on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. Join us for the next attic! Bring your friends for loud music in a safe environment for youth and young adults."
Looks like more of a youth club / concert venue than a coffeehouse. I am not sure how "Christian" some of these bands are other than The Attic doesn't allow profanity.
Bayless Coffee House
A ministry of Bayless Baptist Church
8512 Morganford Rd
St. Louis, MO 63123
7:00 - 10:00 PM the third Friday of every month.
Bookings: JoeVogt3rd (at) sbcglobal.net
"Live bands, comedy, all sorts of entertainment:
anything that praises Jesus"
Seats about 250. P.A. system provided. Located in lower level of main church building in rear.
Common Ground Coffee House
A ministry of South Telegraph Christian Church
7381 Telegraph Rd
Oakville, MO 63129
(Knights of Columbus Bldg.)
7:00 - 9:30 PM usually the last Friday of every month.
"Join us the last Friday of every month at the KC Hall for The Common Ground, STCC’s very own coffee house. Stop in any time from 7:00-9:30 pm, or stay the whole evening! Enjoy great live music, delicious food and drinks, fun board and card games, and warm fellowship. So come with your family and bring some friends! No childcare will be provided, but all ages are welcome."
Room for around 90 people or so. A PA system is available. One band reports the room is rather acoustically challenging.
A ministry of South Side Hills Assembly of God
8:00 PM the first Saturday of the month
5001 Little Rock Road
St. Louis, MO 63128 Map
Web: h2o.sinfree.net (under development)
Contact: Rob Applebee, (or Bob Pulley, youth pastor)
Phone: (314) 487-8500
E-mail: info (at) southsideassembly.org
Youth group concert venue, tends to have very loud bands. Concessions, game room and give aways. In the church's gymnasium, maximum capacity of 350. Full sound system provided for musicians. Note that both the church and youth group web sites are not always up to date.
A ministry of Riverside Community Church of St. Charles
1701 N. Second St. St. Charles, MO 63301 Map
8:00 - 11:00 PM, the last first Friday of every month.
Looks like a number of local bands play at this monthly youth event put on by Contagious Youth Ministries.
A ministry of Twin Rivers Community Church
820 West Terra Lane
O’ Fallon, MO 63366
Take I-70 West to Bryan Rd. exit and turn right on Bryan road; then
at the stoplight turn right on the North service rd; then turn right into a
little strip mall plaza before "Child's Tire". You'll see the cars and a coffee
sign in the window.
General info: (Gary) (314) 220-4079.
Booking: (Janet) (314) 229-0357 or janetsmith (at) charter.net
7:00 - 10:00 PM, the first Friday of every month.
No cover charge.
"Enjoy a variety of coffee drinks, snacks & sweets in a relaxed atmosphere. First Friday - a place to chill."
A ministry of Trinity Christian Center, Assembly of God
4720 Jamieson Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63109
One block west of Ted Drews, near the corner of Chippewa & Jamieson.
Phone: (314) 752-1015
Contact person: Steven Cordes (Youth pastor)
Email: pastorsteve (at) trinityaogstl.org
Meets the fourth Sunday of the month (after their church service) at 7:15 PM for 2 or 3 hours.
This coffeehouse is run by the church's youth pastor. It can handle small musical groups in a side room with a cozy atmosphere. Or for full bands they use the church's auditorium. You won't forget that you are meeting in a
church, but they have done a good job at making it feel casual. A nice place to drop by in South St. Louis and so close to Ted Drews.
House of Hope Coffee House
A ministry of New Halls Ferry Free Methodist Church
14550 New Halls Ferry Rd
Florissant, MO 63033
Contact: Jensen Church
Phone: (314) 524-0185
Email: rock4thecross (at) hotmail.com
Cover charge: none.
7:00 - 11:00 PM, the second & fourth Fridays of every month.
This coffeehouse is in the basement/youth room of the church, but all ages will feel right at home here. Seating for 60 or so and much more standing up (has outside overflow). They have lots of board games and provide a nice environment for socializing. Serves decent food and drinks quite inexpensively. Open to all kinds of music including full bands and louder music. Provides a PA system if needed. They have some really nice lights as well - the only coffeehouse in the St. Louis area I am aware of with theatre lights. The main contact - as well as the pastor - does a great job of making everyone feel comfortable.
Righteous Blend Café
A ministry of Abiding Savior Lutheran Church
4355 Butler Hill Road
Saint Louis, MO 63128-3717
Near the intersection of I-55 and Butler Hill
Phone: (314) 894-9703
Contact: Terri Roberts (Minister of Discipleship)
Email: TRoberts (at) AbidingSaviorLutheran.org
Web: under development.
8:00 PM - 11:0 PM, the second Friday of every month.
Sometimes a cover charge, maybe $5 depending on the band.
A youth oriented coffeehouse but open to all - they are looking to draw more late teens and twenties as well.
Also has a number of games including foosball, air hockey, ping pong, big screen TV, cards, checkers, chess.
Serves simple fare such as drinks, pretzels, muffins, etc. Room for about 100, meets in the church's youth room which was their old sanctuary.
A PA system is available to the bands but most bring their own. They will having 2 bands per evening soon.
The White Wall
A ministry of Hazelwood Baptist Church
In the gym of the church, far end of the building
Phone: (314) 739-6152
St. Louis area Christian concerts.
Christian Concert Calendar
Lists national bands playing in St. Louis. Provided by Stel Pontikes at Y98 - "The Answer Radio Show".
"Events, Tunes, Connections"
Local events magazine put out by The Good News Herald. Christian music, events, seminars and more.
"Unifying St. Louis Christian bands and clubs for Christ"
Now has streaming audio of local music!
A list of activities in St. Louis, Illinois, and Indiana.
To let them know about an event, click here.
Christian Concerts USA
List of Christian, religious, and gospel concerts within 100 miles of St. Louis.
MO Gospel Announcers Guild
Concerts and Ticketing
Christian Concert Authority
"World's Largest Concert Search Engine"
Festivals / Music Events
Agape Music Festival
Greenville, IL May 6-7. (50 miles from St. Louis)
Bushnell, IL June 30-July 3. (193 miles from St. Louis)
KTBJ 89.3 & 91.9 FM
Solid Bible Teaching, Passionate Praise & Worship Music
WIBI 91.1 FM
Contemporary Christian Music
KFUO 850 AM
Lutheran teaching, Christian music
"Joy FM" KPVR 94.1 & KHZR 97.7 FM
Contemporary Christian Music & Christian Oldies
Listen Live (Plug in req)
KSIV 1320 AM & 91.5 FM
Solid Bible Teaching
Listen Live (plug in req)
KJSL 630 AM
Christian Talk Radio (check out Tim & Al: 6:00 - 9:00 AM) Also, Sunday mornings at 7:00 - 8:00 AM: Shout Aloud Contemporary Christian Music Hour hosted by Angie Perino, playing the latest in Christian Music, updates on upcoming concerts, artist interviews.
KGNA 89.9 FM
Moody Broadcasting Network: Solid Bible Teaching, Christian music
WTSA 90.1 FM
KATZ 1600 AM
880 & 1510 AM, 89.5 & 89.7 FM, TV Channel 24
New Life Evangelistic Center - "Here's Help TV & Radio Network"
KXEN 1010 AM
Teaching & Talk Radio
"The Wood" KCLC 89.1 FM
Lindenwood University's campus station featuring Christian Rock, Alternative, Southern Gospel, and Inspirational on the weekends
KYMC 89.7 FM
Chesterfield YMCA radio station featuring the Ultimate Vision show on Thursdays, 7-10PM
"Y98 FM" KYKY 98.1 FM
"The Answer Radio Show" by Stel Pontikes, Sundays 10PM-Midnight
"Smooth Jazz" WSSM 106.5 FM
"Smooth Praises", Sundays 7:00-7:30AM
These stations broadcast in St. Louis but do not have web sites:
690 AM KSTL - Gospel
1460 AM KIRL - Jazz, Gospel, Talk
102.1 FM WIBV "The Alien" - Alternative, "Christian Music for today's youth" (Mt. Vernon, IL)
Christian Alternative (not in St. Louis yet - but available on the Internet)
National CCM network: they've applied with the FCC for a translator in St. Louis and will need to get approval and then build their tower
Listen Live (Plug in req)
Radio by Frequency
89.3 KTBJ Festus, MO Modern P&W, Teaching (Calvary Satellite Network)
89.5 KNLH Cedar Hill, MO (Here's Help Network)
89.7 WCBW East St. Louis CCM, Gospel (Here's Help Network)
89.7 KNLP Potosi, MO (Here's Help Network)
89.9 KGNA Arnold, MO Teaching (Moody Bible Network)
90.1 WTSG Carlinville, IL Southern Gospel
91.1 WIBI Carlinville, IL CCM
91.5 KSIV St. Louis Teaching (Bott Network)
91.9 KTBJ (K220HT) St. Louis Modern P&W, Teaching (Calvary Satellite Network)
94.1 KHZR (Joy FM) Potosi, MO CCM
97.7 KHZR (Joy FM) Bowling Green, MO CCM
100.1 KDJR Desoto, MO Southern Gospel
102.1 WIBV (The Alien), Mt. Vernon, IL Alternative
630 KJSL Talk, Teaching
690 KSTL Gospel
850 KFUO Lutheran teaching, music
880 WCBW (Here's Help Network)
1010 KXEN Teaching, Talk
1320 KSIV Solid Teaching
1460 KIRL Gospel, Talk
1510 WDID (Here's Help Network)
1600 KATZ Gospel
Good News Herald
Mid-America's Largest Christian Newspaper
St. Louis' Christian News and Events Publication
St. Louis Bookstores
Kingdom Treasures - Fairview Heights, IL
The Master's Touch - Festus, MO
Lay Renewal Ministries - St. Louis, MO
Worship Leaders: did you know every few months or so the "St. Louis Area Ministers of Music/Worship Leaders Fellowship" meets for an hour and a half for worship, prayer and sharing. Those who can make it fellowship afterward at a nearby restaurant.
To be placed on the email notification list, contact Tom Kraeuter: KraeuterT (at) aol.com
St. Louis Songwriters - a blog and announces local meetings as well.
Wedding receptions, church functions, anniversary parties, school dances, birthday parties, company functions
Timbrel & Dance
Christian Disk Jockey Service
Specializing in all styles of Gospel as well as wholesome, non-vulgar music
Christian Drama Resource Page
Studios / Producers
Contemporary Christian Worship - Country - Southern Gospel - Rock
Dre Tech Studios / Production
Music production, art design
RFJ Music Production Ministries / Splendor Songs
Chris Bergmann: 11 years experience producing Christian music.
STL Christian Labels
Parking Lot Praiz' Beats
If you are interested in some of the workings of Christian music, this is an interesting read - it's a 50 page eBook you can download for free. Also, here's a review on it.
STL Christian CD Duplicators
ARCA CD/DVD Duplication
Also provides graphic and web design, audio mastering, supplies, etc.
STL Christian Luthiers
Tom Bills Guitars
Hand crafted custom guitars
ChristianCoffeehouse.info - "Where Christian coffeehouse information begins"
What is a Christian coffeehouse?
Starting a Christian coffeehouse - this is a MUST read for anyone thinking of opening a Christian coffeehouse
Starting a Coffee House Ministry
How To Start A Coffeehouse - secular article from Boston Area Coffeehouse Association
with some practical advice.
Saint Louis Christian Coffeehouse Primer -
article featured in ETC Magazine and the Good News Herald.
Coffeehouse radio interview with Sheldon Kallevig pastor of "The New Earth Coffeehouse" in K.C. and Adam of "Mercy's Child" on KJSL's "Mornings with Tim & Al".
Coffeehouse info - other areas of the country
Kansas City Christian Music
New York City region
New England Christian Coffeehouses
Other Music Sites
MO Gospel Announcers Guild
St. Louis Music Classified
St. Louis Concert Web
A note to local Christian coffeehouse proprietors
A note to local Christian artists
THE ARCHIVES - St. Louis area coffeehouses that are no longer in operation;
past festivals; musicians that have moved away; bands that have broken up.
The Way of the Master
Helps you REALLY share your faith effectively!
Great booklets for new believers with funky graphics and solid teaching.
Is Tithing for Christians?
Good article from the same author of the GNU Growthbooks.
More sites from the same webservant:
HotWorship.com - Worship resources.
FWRobertson.com - British preacher from 150 years ago.