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101. Impressive Carving to Be Unveiled Today at Services Impressive Carving to Be Unveiled Today at Services April/14/1957 Photo of completed wood carving at the church.

102. In His Father's Footsteps In His Father's Footsteps January 23, 2008 Wallace S. Hartsfield II is taking over the pulpit from his father, Wallace S. Harsfield who is retiring as minister of the Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church located at 2310 E. Linwood Boulevard in...

103. Independence Boulevard Christian Church Independence Boulevard Christian Church March 19, 1973

104. Inner Inspiration Motivates Pastor Inner Inspiration Motivates Pastor July 28, 1974 Biographical article about Reverend McKinley Dukes, “the 53-year-old pastor of the Greenwood Baptist Church” since 1951. Dukes grew up in Louisiana before coming to Kansas City in the 1940s as a pastor....

105. Installation Services to Be Held for New Minister and Wife of Second Baptist Installation Services to Be Held for New Minister and Wife of Second Baptist June 7, 1946 Obituary with photos for Reverend E. E. Chappelle, the former "pastor-elect of Second Baptist Church, 10th and Park." The pastor's residence was at 2609 Brooklyn Avenue.

106. K. C. Churches in 1890 K. C. Churches in 1890 February/8/1925 Mention of the use of the church at 1019 Grand Avenue in 1890 as a blacksmith shop with a steeple.

107. K. C. Churches in 1890 K. C. Churches in 1890 February 8, 1925 Mention of the use of the Central Presbyterian Church at 8th and Grand Avenue as a dancing academy in 1890.

108. Kansas City's First Catholic Church: Quebec Once Held Jurisdiction over the Roman Catholic Church in Kansas City's First Catholic Church: Quebec Once Held Jurisdiction over the Roman Catholic Church in This Area October/27/1955 History of the administration of the Catholic Church in the area, starting with 1680 to 1776, when it was under the Quebec diocese.

109. Kansas City's First Congregational Church Kansas City's First Congregational Church February 8, 1925 Article mentions the first Congregational Church in Kansas City, at 1002 Grand Avenue, later used as a business house in the 1890s for "carriages, buggies, and omnibuses."

110. KC Churches in 1890 KC Churches in 1890 February/8/1925 Reprinted from the Kansas City Journal, January 27, 1890.

111. KC Pastor Ted Nissen Dies: He Was Longtime Leader of Colonial Presbyterian Church KC Pastor Ted Nissen Dies: He Was Longtime Leader of Colonial Presbyterian Church March/2/2001 Photo and obituary article about Reverend Ted Nissen, "a longtime Kansas City pastor" of "Colonial Presbyterian Church" at Bannister and Wornall Roads, dying at the age of 74.

112. KC Priests Continue Their Journeys KC Priests Continue Their Journeys June 29, 2005 Feature article reflects on the ministry of Rev. Phil Egan with St. Monica Catholic Church and Rev. Norman Rotert, minister of Visitation Church. Egan moves to another parish and Rotert retires.

113. Keeping It Small, Simple and Exciting: New Lykins-Area Church Focuses on Evangelism and Social Work Keeping It Small, Simple and Exciting: New Lykins-Area Church Focuses on Evangelism and Social Work July/11/2001 Photo and article about the "community outreach program through The Rock [an "acronym for the Reclaiming of Christ's Kingdom"], a new church at 934 Norton Ave." in the Lykins neighborhood of Northeast...

114. Kenneth R. Boyle Obituary Kenneth R. Boyle Obituary March 16, 2003 Newspaper obituary for Kenneth R. Boyle, a Kansas City architect. He died March 13, 2003 at his home. After moving to Kansas City in 1955, he started the firm of Boyle & Wilson Architects in Overland Park,...

115. Labor of Love Labor of Love April 19, 2012 Article on Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski. Warshawski has recently started visiting local schools, churches, and organizations to speak on her experiences in the Majdanek and Auschwitz concentration...

116. Leawood 'megachurch' Makes Plan for the Future Leawood 'megachurch' Makes Plan for the Future February/6/2002 The Church of the Resurrection, located at 137th and Roe in Leawood, Kansas, has a larger weekly attendance than any other Protestant church in this area. They currently have over 10,000 members and are...

117. Linwood Christian Church Linwood Christian Church November 20, 1942 "Misfortune struck the congregation November 1, 1939, when its [the Linwood Christian Church's]. ..furnishings were destroyed by fire. Services were moved to the B'nai Jehudah synagogue, Linwood boulevard...

118. Local Church to Celebrate 90th Anniversary Local Church to Celebrate 90th Anniversary June 22 - 28, 2006 Article about 90th anniversary celebration of the First Baptist Church Westside, 801 Avenida Cesar A. Chavez.

119. Love they Neighbor Love they Neighbor November/15-21/2001 Solomon's Porch, a "rock and roll church" that moved into the former Westminster Congregational Church, has angered many neighborhood residents because of its noise, traffic problems and architectural...

120. Loving Hands Revive Old St. Patrick's Loving Hands Revive Old St. Patrick's August 21, 2006 Article features the restoration work being done on Old St. Patrick's Church located at 806 Cherry Street in downtown Kansas City. About 90 families who desire to have the Latin Mass used have taken on...