About Us


 We are the body of Christ.  We welcome all who seek and believe!  Come grow your faith with us today.


Church may be once a week but how else will you get involved?  From youth group to potluck dinners, bible study to crafting, we have a group made for you. 


We are a mission minded church actively involved in our community.  Put your faith to work today and be the disciple you’re called to be. 


Worship With Us!
Christian Education 10AM SUNDAY*
Worship begins at 11AM SUNDAY

*We take a break from Christian Ed during the summer months. Sunday School will pick back up with Rally Day on September 7th. Come and join us to meet the teachers, make some crafts and eat as many hotdogs as possible!  Then regular Sunday School classes for children, youth and adults will begin on September 14th.


Our mission statement 

Guided by the Holy Spirit, we are inspired to:

              Speak, teach and live the gospel (or good news) of Jesus Christ,

              Seek  justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God,

              Welcome, nurture and sustain all God’s people.



About Presbyterians:

Presbyterian and Reformed churches share a common origin in the 16th-century Swiss Reformation and the teachings of John Calvin, and today make up one of the largest branches of Protestant Christianity.  There are about 75 million Reformed/Presbyterian Christians worldwide; about 2.5 million belong to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

The name “Presbyterian” comes from the representational form of church government called presbyterian. In presbyterian churches, governing authority is given to elected lay leaders known as “elders” (or “presbyters”), who work with the congregation’s ordained minister. Presbyterian belief and practice center on the Bible and the sovereignty of God.

Oak Hill is a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA). To learn more about PC(USA) or what Presbyterians believe visit pcusa.org


No matter who you are or what you enjoy, there is a group for you here at Oak Hill. Check the church calendar for upcoming dates our groups will be meeting.

Bible Study

Bible study meets Wednesdays at 11AM.  Join us as we explore our faith and ask the tough questions.  


Share your musical gifts with the congregation as we lift up and praise God through music.  Practice is Sunday before worship. 

Mission Team

We are a congregation of mission.  Join us for our yearly traveling mission trip or pitch in at one of our mission outings in our own city.

Fellowship Time

Join us before and after the 11am worship service for a time of snacks and fellowship with the congregation.

Book Club

Cozy up with our book of the month and join us monthly for a discussion of the book and a time of fellowship with one another. 

Youth Group

Join our youth group on one of our many outings to area attractions or stay the night at a church lock-in.  Youth 6th grade through 12th grade are welcome to join in the fun. 

Presbyterian Women

There is always a place for you at the table with the Presbyterian Women of Oak Hill.  Together with the Caregivers, we are happy to reach out to our extended members and engage in other outreach. 


One of many social groups at the church, we meet and share a time of fellowship over a meal once a month with our sisters and brothers in Christ. 

Crafting Group

BYOC (Bring Your Own Craft) or participate in a group craft activity with our Oak hill Crafting Group.  We meet one Friday evening a month and all are welcome! 

He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God 

Micah 6:8



Whether it's down the street or around the world, our congregation is active in service and mission. Members are encouraged to walk humbly in Christ's shoes through service in the world.

Mission Trips

Join us on one of our yearly mission trips. Past youth and intergenerational trips have visited urban locations like Chicago, Atlanta, Gulfport, San Antonio and Denver as well as rural West Virginia, Arkansas, and Kentucky.

Service Days

Service doesn’t require a long trip. Join us for one of our afternoon outings gardening with Gateway Greening, serving meals with SLU Campus Kitchen, or sorting food at the STL Area Foodbank.


Mission teams from around the country are invited to stay at the adjoining AMEN|Saint Louis house for a week of urban service and reflection.


People Served 


Meals Served


Agencies Served 


God Served 

Our Team

The ministers of Oak Hill Presbyterian Church are its members. They are assisted in ministry by:

Rev. Erin Counihan

Rev. Erin Counihan

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Susan Brown

Susan Brown

Minster of Music View Details
Carole Adams

Carole Adams

Church Secretary View Details
Rev. Erin Counihan

Rev. Erin Counihan


The Rev. Erin Counihan joined Oak Hill Presbyterian in ministry in July 2014. Although she doesn’t fully understand that cheese that guy Imo puts on the pizza here, she has already come to love the parks, museums, neighborhood restaurants, and of course, the people of her new hometown, St. Louis! Originally from Maryland, Erin went to college in Ohio and in Argentina, worked in Colorado, Baltimore, Mississippi and Chicago before heading to seminary in New Jersey. Erin likes to travel. She loves sports and free festivals, knitting and hiking, disaster recovery and elections, and always Cheetos and fancy cheeses. She is passionate about serving both God and neighbor and couldn’t be more thrilled to join Oak Hill in the way they do just that, right here in Tower Grove, right here in St. Louis. Erin holds a BA in Politics and Government from Ohio Wesleyan University and an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary. She lives in the neighborhood with her niece, Tegan, and their adorable dog Eddie.

Erin can be reached at erin.counihan@oakhillpcusa.org.

Susan Brown

Susan Brown

Minster of Music

Susan is the master of all things music. Whether it’s playing the organ, accompanying musicians on the piano, or directing the choir Susan has things under control. We’re blessed to have her and her talents with us at Oak Hill.

Carole Adams

Carole Adams

Church Secretary

Carole wears many hats at Oak Hill. We are most grateful for her service to the church and so glad to have her as a part of the team.

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News and Happenings

We join the greater St. Louis community in praying for justice and peace in Ferguson.
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There will be a number of events this weekend for #fergusonoctober. You can find more information about these events and how to join in at www.fergusonoctober.com.


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Check out this week’s worship service bulletin.

Read this week’s sermon: Wicked Tenants Sermon 5 October 2014

Read our current newsletter

 October 2014 Calendar


Sermon Archives: 

 Exodus1:8-2:10 August 23, 2014

Matthew 15: 10-28 August 17, 2-14.

Matthew 14:22-33 August 10, 2014.

Newsletter Archives: 

 September 2014 Newsletter

August 2014 Newsletter  

July 2014 Newsletter

June 2014 Newsletter

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