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BULLET Two Hundred Years of St. Louis Places of Worship - 1770 - 1970
M - Place of Worship Names
St. Louis Public Library staff presents Two Hundred Years of St. Louis Places of Worship (1770-1970). This directory includes information about churches, synagogues, missions, temples, and other places of worship in the City of St. Louis Missouri between 1770-1970. The directory uses the boundaries of 1876 to define the City of St. Louis.

Listings for places of worship in St. Louis County or its independent municipalities are not included. If a place of worship moved outside the City of St. Louis, information following the relocation is not included.

MACEDONIA CHRISTIAN (Spritiualist) CHURCH [Spiritualist] pre 1935
1120 N. 21st St. in 1935. 1701 Biddle by 1940 [1940]

MACEDONIA GOSPEL TABERNACLE 1923
Organized Feb. 5, 1923, 4301 N. Broadway, Rev. Edward Hilliard, pastor, 1929 [1930]

MACEDONIA HOUSE OF PRAYER pre 1955
1539 N. Jefferson Ave. 1823 N. Vandeventer Ave. by 1965. [1965]

MACEDONIA (Missionary) BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1920
2929 Market, Rev. L. C. Miller in 1920. 4301 N. Broadway, Rev. Edward Hilliard by 1925. 1811 Papin in 1935. 2701 Thomas by 1946. 2618 St. Louis by 1965. [1970]

MAGDALEN BAPTIST [Baptist] (African-American) pre 1910
3529 Bernard, Rev. Richard S. Willis, pastor [1915]
3430 N. Market, Rev. S. T. Jones [1920-25] (white?)
1930 Whittier [1920-25]

MANCHESTER AVENUE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH [Congregational] pre 1895
Macklin Ave. (nr Old Manchester Rd)

MANOR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Presbyterian] 1922
Ella & Emma Aves., Rev. W. D. Vater in 1925. Helen (at Theodore) Rev. D. C. Boyd, pastor, 1929 [1929]

MANSION HOUSE ECUMENICAL CHAPEL 1968
Sponsored by six major Protestant denominations (Disciples Council of Greater St. Louis; Episcopal Diocese of MO.; MO. Conference of the U.C.C.; Presbytery of St. Louis of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.; Presbytery of St. Louis of the United Presbyterian Church; Third Baptist Church of St. Louis) to serve the business community as well as center residents. Dedicated May 19, 1968 at 3rd & Pine (off Broadway at downtown riverfront) [1968]

MAPLE AVENUE METHODIST (Episcopal) CHURCH [Methodist Episcopal] 1892-1957
Organized Apr. 17, 1892 by Pastor C. P. Masden of Union Church. First services of Maple Avenue M. E. Church were held in a hall in the Arcade Building (Arcade & Vernon Aves.). A site was purchased on the SE corner of 5474 Maple and Belt, and a chapel was dedicated on Oct. 20, 1895. This church was destroyed by fire in 1957. [1957]

MAPLE AVENUE REFORMED CHURCH [Episcopal] pre 1900
Maple Ave. (ne cor Clarendon Ave.) Rev. J. C. Horning, pastor. [1910]

MAPLEWOOD APOSTOLIC CHURCH [Apostolic] pre 1940
2199 Forest Ave. [1940]

MAPLEWOOD BIBLE CHAPEL pre 1970
7138 Southwest Ave. [2003]

MAPLEWOOD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH [Congregational] pre 1946
1517 Mc Causland Ave. [2003]

MAPLEWOOD GOSPEL CHAPEL pre 1965
7138 Southwest Ave. [1965]

MAPLEWOOD GOSPEL HALL pre 1925
7138-40 Southwest Ave. aka GOSPEL HALL [1940]

MARANATHA CENTER pre 1970
1238 Hampton Ave. [1970]

MARKHAM MEMORIAL (Third Street) MISSION pre1920
1510 S. 3rd [1935]

MARKHAM MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Presbyterian] 1801-1958
1614 Menard. Originally at Menard and Julia Streets in the La Salle Park neighborhood. An outgrowth of a mission Sunday school, founded by William H. Markham in 1896 The church was organized on Oct.15, 1901 at Julia (ne cor 1614 Menard), first pastor Rev. Charles Stelze. Forced to close due to construction of 3rd Street Highway (I-55). The congregation merged with CARONDELET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH to form CARONDELET MARKHAM MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, in 1958. (aka THIRD STREET-MARKHAM MEMORIAL) [1958]

MARKUS (Evangelical) LUTHERAN CHURCH [Evangelical Lutheran] 1904
Organized Nov. 18, 1904 as a daughter of Bethlehem Lutheran. Building completed in 1912 at Bell & Cardinal Aves., Rev. Mosheim Rhodes pastor. 4036 N. Twenty-Second St. (at Angelica) (aka ST. MARK’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN) Building now home to Pentecost Saints Tabernacle. [1970]

MARS HILL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1940
3022 Clark Ave. in 1940. 1727 O’Fallon by 1946. [1946]

MARTIN TEMPLE pre 1970
6014 Kingsbury Ave. [1970]

MARTIN TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST [C.O.G.I.C.] pre 1965
1416 N. Garrison Ave. Currently locted at 950 Goodfellow [2003]

MARVIN (Memorial) METHODIST (Episcopal) SOUTH MISSION [Methodist Episcopal] 1875-1970?
On Nov. 14, 1875, a frame mission building was dedicated at 2629 Menard Street. The present building was erected in 1891 and is located at 1129 Sidney Street (at 12th). [1970]

MARVIN MISSION
See MARVIN METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH MISSION

MARYLAND PENTECOSTAL CHURCH [Pentecostal] pre 1955
1856 S. 13th [1960]

MAY FLOWER CHAPEL
See MAYFLOWER CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

MAYFLOWER CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH [Congregational] 1869-1895
Mayflower Congregational Church was established May 15, 1869 as a mission of Pilgrim Church, by Rev. John Monteith and 71 members of PILGRIM CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. A chapel was built on what is now Garfield, west of Grand. In 1876 the name was changed to THIRD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH and the building was moved again in 1882 to a site on the SE corner of Grand and Page. In 1895 they merged with the Aubert Place Church which was then erecting a building at Fountain and Aubert. The name of FOUNTAIN PARK CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH was adopted for the combined societies. [1895]

Mc CAUSLAND (Avenue) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Presbyterian] 1885
2115 Mc Causland Ave. (near Bruno Ave.) by 1910. Rev. William J. Lee, pastor. 1517 Mc Causland Ave. (at Stanley Ave.) by 1905 Rev. John M. Thompson, pastor, 1929 [1940]

Mc CREE MISSION [Presbyterian] pre 1875
New Manchester Rd. Charles H. Burch, supt. [1875]

Mc PHEETERS MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Presbyterian] (African-American) pre 1915
1726 Goode (at Cote Brilliante), Rev. L. J. Washington in 1920. Rev. A. H. John, pastor, 1929. [1960]

MEDITATION TEMPLE (of God) pre 1960
3178 Easton Ave. in 1960. 3203-05 Easton Ave. by 1965. [1965]

MELLOW MEMORIAL (United) METHODIST CHURCH [Methodist-Episcopal] 1941-
6701 Virginia (at Haven) Formerly known as HAVEN STREET METHODIST (Episcopal) CHURCH, South.
Aka First Methodist Episcopal Church South [2003]

MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] 1931
First home at 2726 Pine (Mill Creek Valley) moved to former home of Independent Congregational Church 4001 Fair Ave. (at Margaretta) in 1960. Former home of Anabhangige Evangelical Protestant Kirche. [2003]

MEMORIAL BOULEVARD CHRISTIAN CHURCH [Christian, Disciples of Christ] 1929
Organized May 1, 1929 at 3000 N. Kingshighway & Labadie Aves. Merger of two congregations SECOND CHRISTIAN CHURCH and KINGSHIGHWAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH. (aka HAMMETT PLACE CHURCH). [2003]

MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST [C.O.G.I.C.] 1956
Formerly home of Garrison Avenue Baptist Church. 620 N. Spring Ave. [1970]

MEMORIAL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH [Congregational] 1935
Founded in Cheltenham in 1882 as Cheltenham Church. The church’s present location is 6234 Victoria Ave., part of the Oakland/Clifton neighborhood. [1970]

MEMORIAL METHODIST (Epsicopal) CHURCH [Methodist Episcopal] (German) 1841
Founded by Dr. Ludwig S. Jacoby, with its first meeting in the ‘Old French Market’. Originally known as BETHEL CHURCH, the name was changed to reflect the first half century of German Methodism in St. Louis. In 1891 their Soulard Street building was twice swept by fire, the last reducing it to ruin. A decision was made to build on the present site with the new church dedicated Apr. 23, 1893, 2157 S. Jefferson Ave. (at Accomac St.)
On May 27, 1896 the church was destroyed by a tornado. Rebuilt church was dedicated on Dec. 6, 1897, J. L. Barth their first minister. Also known as GERMAN MEMORIAL CHURCH and/or JACOBY MEMORIAL CHURCH and/or MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. In 1874 the congregation established a mission on Mc Nair Ave. near Benton Park, which later became Ebenezer Church and later still a second mission in Carondelet which became Zion Methodist Church (Virginia & Koeln). [1970]

MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Presbyterian] 1864/1926
Organized on July 4, 1864 as an offshoot of Second Presbyterian, the new group first called itself the SIXTEENTH STREET or WALNUT STREET CHURCH. They later changed their name to WASHINGTON & COMPTON AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN, after a move to 6700 Page in the 1870s. Construction began in 1926 for a new church at 201 South Skinker Blvd., when the current name was chosen, but was not completed until 1931. See also GREELEY (Memorial) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. In 1975, MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN merged with KINGSLAND MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN. [2003]

MEMORIAL SPIRITUALIST SCIENCE CHURCH [Spiritualist] pre 1946
3909 Russell Blvd. [1946]

MEMORIAL TABERNACLE [Presbyterian] 1864
See GREELEY (Memorial) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
See MEMORIAL METHODIST (Episcopal) CHURCH

MENARD MISSION [Presbyterian] pre 1900
Julia (me cor Menard) Rev. Charles Stelzle, pastor. [1900]

MERAMEC BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1910
3320 Meramec, Charles J. Forward, supt. [1910]

MERCY MISSION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH [Evangelical Lutheran] pre 1940
2617 Baldwin [1955]

MERCY SEAT BAPTIST CHURCH [Union Missionary Baptist] (African American) pre 1917
110 N. 13th, Rev. W. M. Gray, pastor, 1929 2758 Clark Ave. [1940]
808 N. 15th [1920] 1335 Morgan [1920]
1103 N. 16th [1930] 3444 Walnut, Rev. L. Q. Laws, pastor, [1917-1935]
3528 Bernard [1925] 4424 Washington Blvd. [1965-1970]

MERCY SEAT (Missionary) BAPTIST [Union Missionary Baptist] (African American) pre 1929
2730 Bernard [1955]

MESSIAH EVANGELICAL CHURCH [Evangelical] pre 1925
6524 Arsenal in 1925. Merged with BETHLEHEM EVANGELICAL to form MT. TABOR EVANGELICAL REFORMED [1925]

MESSIAH (Evangelical) LUTHERAN CHURCH [Evangelical Lutheran] 1907
Founded Dec. 13,1907 at ‘Strassberger’s Hall (Grand & Shenandoah). Formally organized Feb. 24, 1908 with Rev. William P. Wilk as their first pastor. Early services were held in ‘Kleekamp’s Hall (Grand near Arsenal). Their first permanent building was a brick chapel dedicated June 9, 1908, 2846 S. Grand (at 3547 Pestalozzi). Present church dedicated Dec. 1,1929, under direction of William F. Wilk, pastor & architects Le Beaume & Klein (aka EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH; CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH) [2003]

METHODIST EPISCOPAL ZION CHURCH [A.M.E.] (African-American) pre 1910
4280 Lexington Ave. (aka ZION CHURCH [A.M.E.]) [1910]

METHODIST MISSION [Methodist] pre 1925
1530 S. 2nd St. [1925]

METROPOLITAN A.M.E. ZION CHURCH [A.M.E. Zion African-American] pre 1900
See WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN A.M.E. ZION CHURCH

METROPOLITAN A.M.E. ZION MISSION [A.M.E. Zion] pre 1929
3330 Hickory, Rev. N. A. Haskins, pastor, 1929

METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptiast] pre 1940
1401 Carr [1940-19852]
927 N. Vandeventer [1940]

METROPOLITAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH [Christian] pre 1935
3625 N. Garrison Ave. [1940]

METROPOLITAN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1954
Located in the former home of Holy Innocents Episcopal Church, their older church was razed in 1954 for a new and larger church. 1401 Carr in 1960. 5850 Cates Ave. in 1965 [1970]

METROPOLITAN SPIRITUAL CHURCH OF CHRIST [Spiritualist] pre 1960
1120 N. Taylor [1960]

METROPOLITAN SPIRITUAL(ist) CHURCH No. 1 [Spiritualist] pre 1940
2207 Franklin Ave. [1960]

METROPOLITAN TEMPLE OF CHRIST pre 1946
2937 Olive [1946]

METROPOLITAN ZION A.M.E. [A.M.E.] 1878
613 Garrison. Former home to Union Methodist. Same as METROPOLITAN A.M.E. Zion? [1878]

MID-WEST BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1946
3328 Franklin Ave. in 1946. 3542 Easton Ave. [1952]

MIDWEST MISSIONARY (Baptist) CHURCH
See MIDWESTERN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH

MIDWESTERN BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1952
3811 Easton Ave. [1955]

MIDWESTERN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1952
4257 W. Easton Ave. in 1952. 3949 St. Ferdinand in 1960. 3927 N. Market St. by 1965. Aka MIDWEST MISSIONARY (Baptist) CHURCH. [1970]

MISCHGAN ISRAEL CONGREGATION [Jewish] (Orthodox) pre 1925
1428 N. Garrison Ave. in 1925. 1638 Burd Ave. by 1935. 5827 Cote Brillianteby 1940. [1940]

MISSION CHURCH pre 1895
1009 Russell Ave., Rev. C. A. Paxson, pastor [1895]

MISSION CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR [Episcopal] 1867-1869
Chapel built on La Salle Street in 1867. Building was closed and sold in 1869. [1869]

MISSION CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR [Episcopal] (African-American) pre 1875
1220 Morgan, Rev. James E. Thompson, minister. [1875]

MISSION CHURCH OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN [Episcopal] (African-American) pre 1880
6th between Cerre & Gratiot. 2356 S. 12th [1910]

MISSION CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD [Episcopal] pre 1875
8th St. between Lancaster & Pestalozzi. M. A. Hyde, minister. Moved to 2847 S. 9th by 1885. Salena (nr Lynch) by 1900. [1900]

MISSION FOR THE DEAF [German Evangelical Lutheran] pre 1905
Benton (se cor 21st) Rev. Herman Hallerberg, pastor (aka GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN MISSION FOR THE DEAF) [1905]

MISSION OF OUR SAVIOR SUNDAY SCHOOL
See ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL

MISSION OF REDEEMING LOVE
See ST. LOUIS MISSION OF REDEEMING LOVE

MISSION OF ST. BARNABAS/HOLY COMMUNION CHURCH HOUSE [Episcopal] 1888?-1890
3215 Olive name changed in 1890.

MISSION OF THE HOLY CROSS [Episcopal] pre 1866
La Salle St near St. Ange [1866]

MISSION OF THE CHRIST CHILD
See PRINCE OF PEACE CHURCH

MISSION TO THE CITY INSTITUTIONS [Episcopal] pre 1925
1210 Locust, Rev. Henry H. Daniels [1925]

MISSIONARY ASSEMBLY AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH [A.M.E.]
2709 Gamble (basement) [1960]

MISSIONARY ASSEMBLY CHURCH pre 1970
7121 Manchester Ave. [1970]

MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] (African-American) pre 1910
Chambers (se cor 10th) Rev. David Johnson, pastor in 1910. 2101 Wash by 1920 [1920]
2200 Carr [1930-35] 328 Montrose Ave. [1940] 2722 Thomas [1935]
1306 Hodiamont Ave. [1946] 611 Polk [1935] 1600 Wash [1930]

MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION [Missionary Baptist] pre 1965
3161 Morganford Rd. [1965]

MISSIONARY HOST MISSION/MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOL [Episcopal] 1876-1878
3209 Cass (at Francis) [1878]

MISSOURI BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1952
1418 Cass Ave. [1952]

MITCHELL’S MOTHER
See MOTHER MITCHELL’S (Spiritual) TEMPLE OF CHRIST

MIZPAH COMMUNITY CENTER 1929
Organized Mar 15, 1929. A mission of Presbyterian, U.S.A. 5175 Easton, Rev. Elias Newman, pastor [1930]

MIZPAH EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
See MIZPAH (United) EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH

MIZPAH SPIRITUAL ASSOCIATION {Spiritualist] pre 1930
2324 Menard [1930]

MIZPAH SPIRITUAL CHURCH [Spiritualist] pre 1930
4242 Norfolk Ave. [1930]

MIZPAH (United) EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH [Evangelical Lutheran] pre 1935
8649 Park Lane in 1935. 1706 Mc Laren Ave. by 1952 [1970]

MONSIGNOR MC GLENN MEMORIAL CHAPEL [Catholic] 1936
4745 S. Grand Blvd. [1936]

MONUMENTAL BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1935
2631 Gamble by 1935. 2923 Dickson by 1940. 4368 Page Blvd. By 1955. 1218 N. Newstead in 1964. 4368 Page Av. In 1965. [1970]

MOORE CHAPEL pre 1925
1609 Morgan, Rev. W. E. Moore [1925]

MOORISH SCIENCE TEMPLE OF AMERICA pre 1952
4439 N. Market [1952]

MORGAN CHAPEL SPIRITUAL CHURCH [Spiritualist] pre 1946
3838 Finney Ave. in 1946. 1343 N. Leffingwell Ave. [1952]

MORGANFORD CHURCH OF CHRIST [Church of Christ] 1954
3551 Morganford Rd. [1954]

MORGANFORD ROAD BAPTIST MISSION [Baptist] 1907
5025 (5021?) Morgan Ford Rd., Rev. Joseph A. Skwor
See also KINGSHIGHWAY BAPTIST CHURCH [1920]

MORMON CHURCH
See REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS & CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS

MORNING STAR [Baptist] pre 1900
1643 Sublette Ave. (nr Carlyle) Rev. Alfred Peyton, pastor in 1915. 1641 Sublette in 1925 [1946]
also 1031 N. 11th, Rev. Edwin Buchanan [1940]

MORNING STAR CHURCH OF TRUTH pre 1952
3033 Delmar Blvd. In 1965. 6149 Bartmer Ave. by 1970. [1970]

MORNING STAR (Missionary) BAPTIST (African-American) pre 1915
914 Biddle, Rev. J. Frashier in 1920. 1520 Biddle in 1925. 2101 Wash St., pastor: D. Brown. 1819 Division by 1940. 2614 Dickson in 1955. [2003]

MORNING STAR MISSIONARY BAPTIST [Missionary Baptist] pre 1925
1328 Carr, Rev. F. Troup in 1925. 2632 Chouteau Ave. by 1946 [1946]

MORNING VIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1970
1020 N. Taylor Ave. [1970]

MOSELEY MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1940
3619 Finney Ave. [1940]

MOSLEM MISSION CHURCH pre 1946
3119 Evans Ave. [1952]

MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT
See BLESSED SACRAMENT CHURCH

MOST HOLY NAME OF JESUS [Catholic]
See HOLY NAME OF JESUS CHURCH

MOST HOLY ROSARY CHURCH [Catholic]
See HOLY ROSARY CHURCH

MOST HOLY TRINITY CHURCH [Catholic] (German-Burganlanders) 1848
MOST HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, anctioned by Bishop Kenrick in 1848 was located at 11th and Mallinkrodt, on land donated by Messrs. Mallinckrodt and Farrar, in hopes of promoting German settlement. It has the distinction of being the mother church of four parishes. The 1848 building was replaced with a larger one in 1856. Early priests included Theodore Laurensen (1849), Joseph Blaarer (1849-50), John Anselm (1850-56). By 1897 a newer church at 3519 N. 14th , was designed by Joseph Conradi and completed with dedication on October 22, 1899. The 1927 tornado did severe damage, but the church was repaired. Most Holy Trinity was St. Louis’ third German-language parish. Also known as HOLY TRINITY and/or NEW HOLY TRINITY. Received City Landmark status in April 1979 [1986]

MOST HOLY TRINITY (Slovak) CHURCH [Catholic]
See HOLY TRINITY CHURCH

MOST SACRED HEART (of Jesus) CHURCH [Catholic]
See SACRED HEART

MOTHER MITCHELL’S CONSULING SPIRITUAL TEMPLE [Spiritualist] pre 1946
3341 Market [1952]

MOTHER MITCHELL’S (Spiritual) TEMPLE OF CHRIST [Spiritualist] pre 1946
3111 Laclede. 5625 Wells Ave. by 1960. [1960]

MOUND CHAPEL
See TRINITY METHODIST (Episcopal) CHURCH

MOUND METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
See ST. PAUL’S (United) METHODIST (Episcopal) CHURCH, South

MOUND MISSION [Methodist] 1839
(aka MOUND STATION) One of the first three Methodist churches in St. Louis. Established Oct. 1839 Mullanphy between 2nd and Main. Name changed in 1841 from Station to Mission. [1841]

MOUND STATION
See MOUND MISSION

MT. AIRY BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] (African-American) 1917
1501 S. 3rd, Rev. R. S. Stevens, pastor, 1929. [1960]

MT. AIRY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1955
4700 Maffitt [2003]

MT. ALPHA BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1910
1432 Morgan, Rev. J. H. Brown, pastor [1910]

MT. ARARAT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1952
2915 Cass Ave. in 1955. 3401 Franklin by 1960. 5429 St. Louis Ave. by 1970. [1970]

MT. AUBURN METHODIST CHURCH [Methodist Episcopal, South] pre 1910
2500 Hodiamont Ave. (at ne cor North Market), Rev. Josephus Stephen, pastor [1955]

MT. AVERY BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1935
2810 N. Leffingwell Ave. 4700 Maffitt by 1960. [1960]

MT. BETHANY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1965
5731 Kennerly Av. [1970]

MT. BETHEL (Missionary) BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1955
2818 Thomas in 1955. 5514 Easton Ave. by 1960. 1524 Belt Ave. by 1965. [1970]

MT. BETHEL ST. JOHN’S SPIRITUAL CHURCH [Spiritualist] pre 1940
4243 West Belle Pl [1952]

MT. BETHLEHEM CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1940
2218 Delmar Blvd [1940]

MT. CABANNE CHRISTIAN CHURCH [Christian, Disciples of Christ] 1891
Their first church, a small stone building, was at Kingshighway & Morgan (Enright). Pastors: O. A. Bartholomew, G. A. Hoffman, and D. R. Dungan. Merged with CENTRAL CHRISTIAN to become UNION AVENUE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. [1900]

MOUNT CALVARY BAPTIST [Baptist] pre 1900
4259A Cottage Ave., Rev. J. H. Oden, pastor in 1905. 1239 Morgan by 1920. [1920]

MT. CALVARY BAPTIST [Baptist] (African-American) pre 1920
901 S. 10th pastor: J. W. Fletcher. Aka CALVARY BAPTIST; CALVARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST. [1920]

MT. CALVARY (English) EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN [Evangelical Lutheran] 1897
The first public services of the mission that was destined to become Mt. Calvary were held Easter Sunday, Apr. 12, 1896 in O’Connell’s Hall (Marcus & Easton). Their first permanet site was a storefront at 4713 Easton Ave. Mt. Calvary came into being on Dec. 15, 1897. First official home was a converted residence at 1607 B. Euclid, dedicated Sept. 11, 1898. Their first pastor was Rev. E. T. Coyner. 1607 N. Euclid Ave in 1900. 1605 N. Euclid by 1915. Building now home to New White Stone Missionary Baptist Church. 1440 N. Union Blvd (at Wells Ave.). [1970]

MT. CALVARY GENERAL BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1970
2325 S. 9th St. [1970] 901 Lami St. [1970]

MT. CALVARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1940
1506 Papin in 1940. 1503 Sublette by 1946 [1946]

MOUNT CALVARY (Protestant) EPISCOPAL CHURCH [Episcopal] 1870 – 1939
Razed (part of I-44)
Organized Sept. 6, 1870 by Red. W. O. Jarvis, in the Compton Hill Mission schoolhouse (Henrietta & Lafayette). Admitted to Convention in 1871. First church was erected on lot given by Henry Shaw. Rev. B. E. Read was pastor of the initial church at Lafayette and Grand. Opened Sunday school at Jefferson and Chouteau oin 1877. A Chapel built at Jefferson and Lafayette in 1878, followed by a church in 1882. Rev. Philip W. Fauntleroy directed rebuilding after 1896 tornado unroofed the building. Grand (nw cor. Lafayette) by 1900. Lot and church at Grand and Lafayette sold to Missouri Botanical Garden in 1912. Mount Calvary Episcopal Church's new church at 3665 DeTonty (nr Grand) was consecrated 1912. Merged with HOLY INNOCENTS and ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH to form ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL in 1939. Building razed for construction of I-44. [1939]

MT. CALVARY TABERNACLE CHURCH [Pentecostal] pre 1946
2421 S. 10th St. [1952]

MT. CALVERY MISSION pre 1920
910 Gratiot [1920]

MT. CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1955
3939 Finney Ave. [1955]

MOUNT CARMEL BAPTIST [Baptist] pre 1900
710 S. 6th, Rev. Henry E. Strickland, pastor [1900]

MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] (African-American) 1904
4559 Evans in 1904. 2000 Biddle in 1925. 2920 Market by 1946. New church constructed in Sept. 1952 under the direction of Rev. Earl Nance, at 3220 Laclede after the old church was torn down. 2544 W. St. Louis Ave. by 1965. (aka GREATER MT. CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH) [1970]
also 1364 Hodiamont Ave. [1970]

MT. CARMEL CATHOLIC CHURCH
See OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL CHURCH

MT. CARMEL HOLY CHRISTIAN CHURCH [Christian] pre 1940
2815 Stoddard in 1940. 2904 Gamble by 1946 [1946]

MOUNT CARMEL MISSIONARY (African-American) pre 1895
116 Poplar., Rev. Thomas Jefferson, pastor [1895]

MT. CARMEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1952
807 N. Garrison Ave. in 1955. 5877 Bartmer Ave. by 1970. [1970]

MT. CARMEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Presbyterian] pre 1875
23rd & Gamble Ave. [1875]

MT. CARRON BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1935
2727 Walnut [1940]

MT. CHAPEL CHURCH pre 1965
1900 N. Sarah [1970]

MT. CHAPEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1935
2030 Carr in 1935. 1801 Division by 1952 [1952]

MT. CORUM BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1946
2706 Lawton Blvd. [1946]

MT. EAGLE BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1960
1488 Shawmut Pl. [1960]

MT. EAGLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1960
1701 O’Fallon [1960]

MT. ERA CHURCH pre 1965
1411 N. Grand Blvd. [1965]

MT. ESTHER (Missionary) BAPTIST CHURCH [Berean Missionary Baptist] (African-American) pre 1929
4364 Cottage, Rev. James Watson, pastor, 1929. 4720 Greer by 1970. [2003]

MT. GIDEON MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1965=
2900 Delmar Blvd. [1965]

MT. GRACE CHAPEL OF PERPETUAL ADORATION [Catholic] 1927
1428 East Warne Ave. (at Adelaide, across from O’Fallon Park) Land for the chapel and convent was donated by Mrs. Theresa Backer Kulage. Home of the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration "Pink Sisters". [1970]

MT. HARMON MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1970
5588 Easton Ave. [1970]

MT. HEAVEN BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1955
2637 Chouteau Ave. [1955]

MT. HEBRON (Missionary) BAPTIST CHURCH [Berean Missionary Baptist] (African-American) pre 1929
203 S. 21st St., Rev. J. W. Thomas, pastor, 1929. 207 S. 21st St. by 1930. 3128 Brantner Pl. by 1960. 801 N. Beaumont by 1965. 2719 N. Taylor [2003]

MT. HELBOU MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1970
2649 Delmar Blvd. [1970]

MT. HERALD MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1960
3801 Ashland Ave. in 1960. 3627 Sullivan after 1970. [2003]

MOUNT HOPE EVANGELICAL CHURCH
See COMPTON HILL CONGREGATION CHURCH

MOUNT HOPE PROTESTANT CHURCH (same as MOUNT HOPE EVANGELICAL CHURCH)
See COMPTON HILL CONGREGATION CHURCH

MT. HORAH BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1955
911 N. Jefferson Ave. [1955]

MT. HOREB MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1970
5740 Minerva Ave. [1970]

MT. JOY (Missionary) BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1960
1353 N. Garrison in 1960. 2957 Sheridan Ave. by 1965 [1965]

MT. LEBANAN CHURCH pre 19651218 Goodfellow [1965]

MOUNT LEBANON BAPTIST [Baptist] pre 1900
4623 St. Louis Ave. [1900]

MOUNT LEBANON MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1970
1414 N. Taylor Ave. [2003]

MOUNT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1965
1900 N. Sarah [1965]

 MT. MONA BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1930
1401 Carr [1930]

MOUNT MORIAH FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1970
3944 Olive St. [1970]

MT. MORIAH (Missionary) BAPTIST CHURCH [Berean Missionary Baptist] (African-American) pre 1910
1241 Lucas Ave., Rev. M. C. Conley, pastor in 1910. 1429 N. 12th, Rev. D. L. Davis, pastor, 1925. 1401 Carr by 1935. 4001 Garfield Ave. by 1952. 4300 Gano by 1965. [2003]

MOUNT MORIAH TEMPLE pre 1960
3625 N. Garrison Ave. [1960]

MT. NEBO (Missionary Baptist) CHURCH [Union Missionary Baptist] pre 1929
1739 Division, Rev. D. Fisher, pastor, 1929. 3001 Market in 1946. 3001 Bell in 1964. 4981 Theodore by 1989. [2003]
3101-03 Bell Ave. [1955-1965] 2957 Clark Ave. [1935] 3408 Union Blvd [1970]
2200 Biddle [1935] 3301 Market [1946-1952] 2236 Wash [1940]

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] (African-American) pre 1885
Sophia Ave. near Margaretta in 1885. 759 S. 2nd in 1890. Biddle at 13th by 1900. 1700-02 Wash St. in 1920, pastor L. Langford. 1429 N. 12th in 1920. 4370 Finney by 1929, Rev. D. L. Langford, pastor. 1700 Cole St. 2912 St. Louis Ave. in 1964. [2003] ]
1700 Cole [1946-1955] 2338 Papin [1935-40] 1700-02 Wash [1930-40]
3040 Hickory [1930] 2912 St. Louis Ave. [1960-2003]

MT. OLIVE CHRISTIAN SPIRITUAL CHURCH (No.3) [Spiritualist] pre 1930
1035 Selby Pl. [1935]

MOUNT OLIVE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST [C.O.G.I.C.] pre 1960
4224 Easton Ave. [1970]

MT. OLIVE (Evangelical) LUTHERAN CHURCH [Evangelical Lutheran] 1926
From a simple beginning as Shaw Mission, in a rented store at 1816 Klemm, Mt. Olive Lutheran began in April 1926. Two years later they adopted their current name and convereted a residence on the present site into a all purpose parish center (church, Sunday school and parsonage). They incorporated in 1928 and became part of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, Rev. Richard R. Caemmerer, pastor. 4246 Shaw Blvd. [2003]

MT. OLIVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1925
5145 3rd St., Rev. J. G. Hooper [1925]

MT. OLIVE SPIRITUAL CHURCH [Spiritualist] pre 1940
1417 Wash [1946]

MT. PILGRIM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1940
1201a Armstrong in 1940. 1230 Armstrong in 1965. 1201 Armstrong Ave. by 1970. Currently at 1201 Mackay Pl. [2003]

MT. PISGAH BAPTIST [Baptist] (African-American) pre 1910
6207 S. Broadway, Rev. J. W. Hunt, pastor [1915]

MT. PLAIN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1952
1723 Glasgow Ave. in 1955. 1329 Cole by 1960. [1960] & 1723 Glasgow Ave. [1960] 2519 N. Sarah St. [1970]

MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST [Baptist] (African-American) 1905
5347 Hall by 1910. 816 N. 15th in 1920. 4817 N. Broadway (nr Palm), pastor: S. L. Walker in 1925 [1935]

MT. PLEASANT (Missionary) BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1925
1520 Biddle in 1925. 2854 Abner Place (at St. Louis Ave.) [2003]

MT. PROVIDENT BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] (African-American) pre 1915
2624 Papin [1915]

MT. SINAI MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1920
716 N. 16th in 1920. 3028 Hickory by 1946. 3028 Hickory by 1965. 4457 Martin Luther King Dr. after 1970 [2003]

MT. TABOR (Missionary) BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1940
1243 N. Garrison Ave. in 1940. 815 N. Beaumont by 1946. 1009 N. Compton by 1955. 3820 Page Blvd by 1965. [1965]

MT. TABOR EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCH [Evangelical] 1928
6520 Arsenal St. Founded July 1928 as the result of merger of the former BETHLEHEM GERMAN EVANGELICAL and MESSIAH EVANGELICAL congregations. 3550 Morganford Rd, Rev. George M. Poth, pastor, 1929. New church, designed by P. John Hoener, was built in 1949. Continued as MT. TABOR UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST. [1965]

MT. TABOR UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST [U.C.C.] pre 1957
6520 Arsenal (aka MT. TABOR EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCH) [2003]

MT. VERNON BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1952
2722 Thomas in 1952. 1445 Webster by 1960 [1970]

MT. VERNON CHRISTIAN SPIRITUAL TEMPLE [Spiritualist] pre 1946
205 Ranken Ave. [1955]

MT. VERNON MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH [Missionary Baptist] pre 1955
2936 Chouteau Ave. in 1955. 2308 Chouteau by 1960. 4042 Easton Ave. by 1965. [1970]

MT. VERNON SPIRITUAL CHURCH [Spiritualist] pre 1960
3416 Franklin Ave. [1960]

MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Colored) [Baptist] (African-American) pre 1870
Rear 2333 Cozens St., Rev. Lewis Lane, pastor, 2333 Papin between Prate Ave & High, 1875, 2624 Papin in 1885.
2765 La Salle St. by 1925 till at least 1986

MT. ZION CHURCH pre 1965
2643 Delmar Blvd (basement) [1965]

MOUNT ZION GENERAL BAPTIST CHURCH [Baptist] pre 1960
4370 Vista Ave. in 1960. 4349 Manchester Ave. by 1965. Currently at 7451 Blanding. [2003]

MT. ZION MISSION pre 1970
4127 N. 20th St. [1970]

MT. ZION SEVENTH DAY PENTECOSTAL CHURCH pre 1965
3932 Finney Ave. [1965]

MOVEMENT OF GOD PENTECOSTAL HOLY WORKING MISSION CHURCH pre 1955
3330 Franklin Ave. [1960]

MOZART HALL MISSION [Indepdent?] pre 1875
Nw cor. 5th & Biddle [1875]

MUHAMMAD’S MOSQUE No.28 pre 1965
1434 N. Grand Blvd [1970]

MUHAMMAD’S TEMPLE OF ISLAM No. 28 pre 1960
4831 St. Louis Ave. [1960]

MYSTIC MIND SCIENCE CHURCH pre 1970
1006 Bates St. [1970]

MYSTIC MIND SCIENCE TEMPLE pre 1960
5862 Delmar Blvd. [1960]


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