In 1964, the Council of Churches in Kansas City became the “Metropolitan Council of Churches.” The name change was a result of the expansion to include Kansas City, Kansas and Johnson County, Kansas. This was an inter-church agency, designed to address many social justice issues.[1]*



*This report on the Metropolitan Council of Churches is meant to be illustrative, due to limited information available.

[1] Guillot, Lawrence, interview by Geneva Blackmer. 2016. Interfaith History in Kansas City (February 15).