Casey Carlson LCEF

Did you know LCEF collaborated on these projects? Since 1978, LCEF’s greatest joy is watching LCMS ministries and workers thrive. Because of this, we will continue to make precious resources available. These projects are great examples of this commitment of LCEF across the Missouri District. We want to be part of your great and exciting work now and long into the future! Have a facility improvement in mind? LCEF can help with that. Contact Casey today!  314-221-4503

CCLS   Kirkwood

Concordia Lutheran Church opened a new Center for Christian Education. This facility houses the CCLS middle school with special areas such as the Innovation Center – a STEAM space for students – and classrooms with Clevertouch interactive displays. There is also a new space for the Early Childhood program, which has infant classrooms, a new playground, and a soft play area.

Lutheran High   St. Charles

Lutheran High expanded their campus to accommodate a growing student body. The building addition features a new gymnasium, locker rooms, chemistry lab, music and choral room, and a STEM/Engineering lab. There was also a renovation of existing facilities, including the remodeling of the Library/Media Center, Commons, entry lobby, creation of a 48-seat lecture hall, and updating of art studios and multiple general classrooms.

St. Paul's   Des Peres

St. Paul’s built a 32,000 sq ft. facility to house all students K-8th and expanded the Early Childhood Center. Students now have access to 15 tech-enabled classrooms, a science and STEM lab, art studio, and library.

This new state-of-the-art school building designed by the Ittner Cordogan Clark Group and built by K&S Associates, Inc.

Faith   Kirksville

Faith Lutheran School in Kirksville has also been blessed with a major expansion project. They have a new gymnasium, new classroom space, and have added additional restrooms for a growing school. There is also space for two future classrooms.

St. John's   Arnold

Not all school improvements come in the form of a major building addition. St. John’s has been working hard to make many smaller-scale, but impactful improvements. They have built a school entrance canopy and installed rubber tile on the playground surface. They are also in the process of replacing the exterior fence and installing a playground shade structure.