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Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church, Kansas City

 

KANSAS CITY PLACES OF WORSHIP


Kansas City, MO

Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church

DESCRIPTION: Founded in 1896, this is one of Kansas City’s oldest black religious congregations and heavily involved in community service; this historic edifice was purchased for the First Baptist congregation in 1983 to accommodate its growing congregation; many famous speakers have graced the pulpit, including Rev. Jesse Jackson and former President George Bush

SUNDAY WORSHIP: 7:15a, 11a, and 3:30p

ADDRESS: 2310 East Linwood Blvd  MAP

PHONE: 816-923-3689

WEBSITE: http://www.metrombc.com

Jamison Memorial Temple CME Church

DESCRIPTION: The original church at 1815 Paseo Blvd, was very prominent when 18th & Vine was jumpin’; now home to the Holy Ghost New Testament Church; the new church is much larger for its growing congregation

SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a

ADDRESS: 3115 East Linwood Blvd  MAP

PHONE: 816-921-8126

WEBSITE: http://netministries.org

Paseo Baptist Church
DESCRIPTION: A distinguished church in KC’s Black community; ministries include
Pray & Bible Study Groups, Social Service, Music, Drama, and Missionary

SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10a

ADDRESS: 2501 Paseo Blvd  MAP

PHONE: 816-921-6842

WEBSITE: http://paseobaptist.org

Ward Chapel AME Church
DESCRIPTION: Possibly the oldest remaining AME church in Kansas City

SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:45a

ADDRESS: 2126 Prospect Ave  MAP

PHONE: 816-241-3719

WEBSITE: none

St. James United Methodist Church
DESCRIPTION: One of the largest Black churches around with over 1,200 members in a new sanctuary; pastor Rev. Emanuel Cleaver, II was the first African American mayor of Kansas City

SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8a & 11a

ADDRESS: 5540 Wayne Avenue  MAP

PHONE: 816-444-5588

WEBSITE: http://www.stjamesumc.com

Kansas City, KS

United Nation of Islam

DESCRIPTION: The United Nation of Islam is no relation to Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam; here the focus of this place of worship seems to be self-help leadership in the community bent on creating a new positive image; a new diner, renovated gas station, bakery, colonic center and supermarket, all with a conspicuous lack of security bars and all served by bowtie-clad gentlemen and equally polite ladies; regardless of one’s religious persuasion or lack thereof, you have to admire what has been accomplished here

SUNDAY WORSHIP: 11a

ADDRESS: 1121 Quindaro Blvd  MAP

PHONE: 913-342-0758

WEBSITE: http://unitednationofislam.com

 

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