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Eureka United Methodist Church
215 N Central Ave, Eureka, MO 63025
Eureka United Methodist Church strives to offer a welcoming and safe environment for people to worship. Members of theMore congregation can attend prayer services, group events and other programs. Ministries include activities for adults, children and teens as well as music programs, including various choirs. The church also supports numerous educational programs, religious study groups, community activities and youth groups.
Wyman Center
600 Kiwanis Dr, Eureka, MO 63025

Based upon a mission to enable teens from disadvantaged circumstances to lead successful lives and build strongMore communities, the Wyman Center is nationally recognized for its successful adolescent development models. In fact, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services recognizes this center as one of only 28 adolescent development programs pre-certified as eligible for federal investment.

Through the years, Wyman teams took the best teen support theories and wove them into a program to build fully prepared young adults. The Wyman approach consists of four key components: interactive peer group experiences; engaging curriculum that is relevant and challenging; community service learning opportunities; and strong support from adults as positive role models.

Summer programs occur at the Eureka-based Wyman Center, but the other programs are conducted throughout the school year via elective courses and after-school programs. Some teens participate in programs that are designed for multi-year development.

Wyman's Teen Outreach ProgramTM (TOP) is a national program for teens that currently is being administered in more than 400 organizations and schools in the United States, Virgin Islands and United Kingdom.

The center is a member of the United Way of Greater St. Louis, and is managed by a board of directors. Private and corporate donors help fund Wyman's programs.

Rockwood School District -- Administrative Annex
500 N Central Ave, Eureka, MO 63025

As a separate and independent location from the Rockwood School District's Administrative Center,  the AnnexMore houses the following district programs and employees:  Adult Education and Literacy (AEL)/GED online program; Adult/Youth Sports and Facility Usage; Assessement Department; Data Quality and Continuous Improvement; Educational Equity and Diversity; Before and After School/Summer Enrichment; English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL); Fine Arts Department; Guidance/Counseling Department; Health and Physical Education Department; Language Arts and Reading Department; Library/Media Department; Mathematics Department; Practical Arts Department; Professional Development Department; Science Department; and World Languages and ESOL Department. 

This building also is the location for the district's Center for Visual and Performing Arts/Spotlight Production; Drug Free Schools; and Partners in Education.

The historic but remodeled gym at the site is used for Rockwood Community Education sports.

Bethel United Methodist Church
17500 Manchester Rd, Glencoe, MO 63038

Devoted to having an open door, open minds and open hearts, Bethel United Methodist ChurchMore congregants blend history with contemporary activities, Bible studies and missionary work. 

Since 1924, church members have hosted an annual chicken dinner and crafts boutique during autumn.  Additionally, they also host an annual auction with various themes.  Their outreach support goes local organizations, such as Circle of Concern, and globally toward the Chonguene United Methodist Church in Mozambique, Africa.

Preschool children are taught lessons in Bethel's Nursery through the Cokesbury Methodist learning series. Bethel's Nursery is open each Sunday morning for the 9am and 10:30am services. Staffing is provided by a paid worker and a youth volunteer.

BYG Time (Bethel Youth Group, Teens Imitating Messiah's Example) is a program designed for teenagers in grades 6-12.  The Rock Stars program gives a forum to kids in kindergarten through fifth grade for singing and performing.

Various adult leaders take turns being liturgists during the month.

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