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Protestant churches often were named based on their location and if a church moved with the membership, the name of the church may have changed accordingly. The street addresses and dates in the following table represent our best effort to provide accurate information. However, the reader should keep in mind that the information was compiled from a variety of sources including community and church histories and therefore some of the dates may be inconsistent.

Bibliography

Tucker, Frank C. The Methodist Church in Missouri 1798–1939. Nashville, Tennessee: Parthenon Press, 1966.

Showing records 1 to 20 of 88.

ChurchesApproximate DatesYears Address TidbitsClergy
Arlington United Methodist 1914-Open • 1915 - Arlington Ave. • 1914 - 5404 St. Louis Ave. • 1961 - 3770 McKelvey Rd., Bridgeton • 1920 - 2801 Union Blvd. Clergy
Asbury United Methodist 1914-Open • 1914 - Leffingwell Ave. & Pine St. • 1918 - 8400 N. Broadway Blvd. • 1924 - Taylor & St. Ferdinand Sts. • 1952 - 4001 Maffitt St. Clergy
Beckville Methodist Church 1892-1911 • (see Christy Memorial United Methodist)
Bellefontaine United Methodist 1806-Open • 1806 - Private home • 1854 - 10600 Bellefontaine Rd., Bellefontaine Neighbors
Bethel Methodist 1859-Open • 1873 - 17500 Manchester Rd., Pond • 1859 - 2500 Wild Horse Creek Rd., Wildwood Clergy
Bridgeton Methodist Episcopal 1844-1901 • 1850 - Bridgeton Station Rd., Bridgeton Clergy
Cabanne United Methodist 1896-Open • 1897 - Vernon & Arcade Aves. • 1902 - 5760 Bartmer Ave. • 1896 - Goodfellow & Union Aves. Clergy
Carondelet Methodist Episcopal • See Kingshighway United Methodist Clergy
Centenary Methodist 1821-Open • 1821 - 4th & Myrtle Sts. • 2006 - 55 Plaza Sq. • This is the second oldest Methodist church in St. Louis. In 2005, the address was 55 Plaza Square; however, it is the same downtown location as in 1842. • 1839 - 5th & Gratiot Sts. • 1842 - N. 16th St. at Pine • 1841 - 5th & Pine Sts. Clergy
Central Methodist 1869-1890 • This church merged into Lafayette Park United Methodist in 1888. •  Chouteau Avenue Methodist • 1850 - 8th St. & Chouteau Blvd. • 1848-1887 • 1888 - Lafayette Park
Christ Community United Methodist Unknown-Open • 2006 - 8841 Lucas & Hunt Rd., Jennings
Christ Methodist Unknown-1952 • This church merged into Union United Methodist.
Christy Memorial United Methodist 1892-Open • 1892 - Morganford Rd. & Chippewa St. • 1911 - 4601 Morganford Rd. & Neosho St. • Formerly Beckville Methodist Church South until 1911. Clergy
Church of Our Redeemer 1943-Unknown • Only information at this time is the clergy list Clergy
Clayton United Methodist 1888-Open • 1888 - 101 N. Bemiston Ave. at Maryland Ave., Clayton
Clifton Heights Methodist Episcopal 1888-Closed • The Clifton Heights church burned in 1905 and the name was inadvertently changed to Dr. Fry Memorial Methodist. • 1892 - 2501 Clifton Ave. • 1888 - Frisco Park, (formerly the Scullin Steel Mill site)
Coldwater (St. Louis) Circuit 1820-1865 • Only information at this time is the clergy list Clergy
Concord Trinity United Methodist 1856-Open • This church originally called Trinity Methodist Episcopal. • 1955 - 5275 S. Lindbergh Blvd., Concord Clergy
Cook Avenue Methodist Episcopal 1885-Closed • 1937 - Closed and merged with Salem-in-Ladue United Methodist. • 1903 - 4435 Elmbank Ave. (used Elmbank name) • This church was called Ebenezer or Elmbank Methodist. Refer to Salem in Ladue United Methodist. • 1885-1937 •  Ebenezer or Elmbank Methodist • 1885 - Taylor & Cottage Aves. (used Ebenezer name)
Eden Methodist Episcopal 1852-Closed • Overland

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