We are a Christian help center and neighborhood food pantry serving the communities of Rock Hill and Webster Groves
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Family and Community Engagement

At Webster-Rock Hill Ministries, we engage our neighbors in activities that enrich our community and provide opportunities for service to others. If you or your community group have an idea for a partnership, please contact our Executive Director, Ed Johnson at 314-961-5082. If you are interested in volunteering with us, check out the volunteer flyer and download the volunteer form below.
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Volunteer in the community

Martin Luther King Community Celebration

Each year, on the Sunday evening preceding the MLK National Holiday, our community hosts a march, dinner reception, and community-wide celebration and worhsip service in honor of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.

Boy Scouts Scouting for Food

Please contact us at 314 961 5082 for more details.



Make a Difference Day

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Girl Scouts April Showers

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Webster University's Webster Works Worldwide

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Volunteer at our Offices

Community Garden

There are several plots available for community use on the grounds of WRHM. Neighbors interested in maintaining a garden plot can sign up each spring to receive a plot assignment.

Volunteer Nurse

If you are having health issues or need your blood pressure checked, come in and visit with a health care professional.



William Yandell Tutoring Program

Students may bring homework, read books available on site, or engage in enrichment activities.

Community Chess Program

Each Wednesday while school is in session,students gather for fun games with friends and chess instruction provided by the St. Louis Chess Club. Instruction is tailored to each student’s skill level.



Volunteer Lawyer

These issues may include probate issues, utility problems, landlord-tenant disputes, child support, domestic violence issues and more.

Lending Library

WRHM maintains a free lending library in the lobby of our building. We heavily focus on books for children and youth, but there are selections for readers of all ages and reading levels.