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United Methodist Churc...
Grand Avenue Temple
Nettie Thompson Grove
Edward L Scarritt
Ray, Mrs Sam (Mildred...
Minister, Mason, Wilbur N.
Portrait of Wilbur N. Mason, pastor of the Country Club Methodist Episcopal Church located at 416 W. 57th Street.
Minister, Murphy, Andrew J.
Portrait of the Rev. Andrew J. Murphy, pastor of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church at 29th and Holly, coming in 1926.
Minister, Needles, Joseph C.
Portrait of Joseph C. Needles, pastor of the Arlington Methodist Episcopal Church located at 22nd and Propect. He was living at 3221 Montgall.
Minister, Perryman, Willis L.
Portrait identified as the Rev. Willis L. Perryman, pastor in 1928 of the Kenwood Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, South located at 59th and Kenwood.
Minister, Robbins, Grant A.
Portrait of Rev. Grant A. Robbins, pastor in 1926 of the Broadway Methodist Episcopal Church at 74th and Broadway.
Minister, Stidger, William L.
Portrait identified as Dr. William L. Stidger, pastor of the Linwood Boulevard Methodist Episcopal Church. Known to have had association with author Sinclair Lewis.
Minister, Tetley, William A.
Portrait identified as William A. Tetley, pastor of the Westport Methodist Episcopal Church, South located at 40th and Washington, coming in 1923.
Minister, Woolrich, LeRoy (Leo)
Portrait identified as LeRoy (Leo) Woolrich, pastor of the Campbell Street Methodist Episcopal Church located at 14th and Campbell.
Ministers Viewpoint: Is It Time to Put Up or Shut Up?
Photo and biographical article (largely an essay about religion in the community) about Reverend Stuart Whitney, "pastor of the Linwood Boulevard Methodist Church" since 1973. Native of Trenton, Missouri...
Mo. Methodists Get New Bishop
August 1, 1956
Various news about religious matters in the Saint Louis area, including Presbyterian, Jewish, Methodist, and other churches.
National College was founded in October 1899 as the Fisk Bible and Training School. It ceased operations at the end of the 1963-1964 academic year, and at that time the campus was taken over by the Saint...
Early names according to the card catalog card: (1) Kansas City National Training School for Deaconesses and Missionaries, (2) National College for Christian Workers, and (3) National College.
National College, Kansas City, Missouri
National Register Update
Nomination for the National Register for the temple, at 205 East 9th Street, adjacent to the office building, uniquely funded in mutual relationship.
News of the Christian World: L. D. S. Assembly Reports Growth
May 30, 1956
Various news about religious matters in the Kansas City area, including "the biennial conference of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints" in Independence, a potential Methodist seminary,...
Oakhurst Methodist Church
April 14, 1905
File containing a program about a church meeting held at the Oakhurst Methodist Church at 18th and Spruce Avenues in Kansas City.
Oakley Methodist Church
Obituary for Reverend Glen Beaty
January 11, 1972
Obituary for Reverend Glen Beaty, pastor of the Wesley Methodist Church at 6030 Peery Street from 1932 to 1935 and a Methodist minister in Missouri for 41 years, dying in 1972.
Old Time Religion
Photo and description of Reverend Thomas Wallace, "pastor of the pioneer Methodist church of Independence in 1837" and "the first circuit-rider" on Pearl Street in Kansas City.
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