Over time, a number of congregations have come, gone, consolidated, or changed their names. This page provides a way for you to find a St. Louis congregation alphabetically. Congregations for which StLGS has genealogical data are linked to a separate page that includes the data. The street addresses and dates in the following table represent our best effort to provide accurate information. However, the reader should keep in mind that the information was compiled from a variety of sources including community and church histories and therefore some of the dates may be inconsistent.
More congregations will be linked as we get the records. If you are seeking information on a still unlinked congregation, please send an email to to inquire because we may have some history.
St. Louis Genealogical Society has embarked on a long-range project to collect, preserve, digitize, and index historical records from St. Louis City and County congregations of all denominations. As you can see by using the hundreds of congregations pages on this website, we have made great strides. However, thousands of birth, baptismal, confirmation, marriage, and death records still remain within churches and synagogues, many in conditions that do not ensure their longevity. We are asking for the active participation of fellow genealogists to help us reach leaders of churches and synagogues in St. Louis City and County so we can assist them to preserve and share their precious genealogical records. If you are interested in talking with a congregation leader, please download a copy of our Congregations Project flyer and then let us know if we can assist you further by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the letter range below to see the pages containing the congregations you are looking for.
Last Modified: 10-Feb-2021 13:43