Blue Summit Baptist Church is a great place to connect with God and His church. We welcome you to join us as we make much of God's grace every week.
Blue Summit Baptist Church exist to Go, Grow, Give and Serve in the name of Jesus.
Blue Summit has a vision to become an ethnically diverse community of believers, as reflected in the community we serve, who worship and grow together in our Lord Jesus Christ. We desire to see people grow in their devotion to Christ through relevant teaching that connects the Bible to everyday life. A place where difficult biblical truths are made simple and where heart felt questions find answers.
Year Founded: 1925
Content last updated: 8/28/2014
1700 Bryan St
Kansas City, MO 64126
- 10:00 am - Worship (English and Spanish)
- 9:45 am - Bible Study
From KC North take I-435 south to Truman Rd exit. Go east on Truman for almost one mile, turn right just before the stone bridge (Blue Ridge). Go up hill to stop sign, then go straight, stay to the right at the Y by the Fire Station, turn first right on 17th street, church is right there.
From KC South take I-435 north to 23rd Street exit. Take the Blue Ridge exit on right. At top of hill turn left, going north on Blue Ridge. When you pass the Fire Station, take the left turn onto Stark Rd, immediately turn right on to 17th Street, the church is straight ahead.
From Independence Ave take Blue Ridge south to Blue Summit, at the Y before the First station stay right onto Stark Rd, immediately turn right on to 17th Street, the church is straight ahead.
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