Church moves around the corner to Armour Boulevard


With Armour Boulevard apartments towering in the background, pastors cut the ribbon on a new location of the Trinity Family Midtown Church last evening.

Trinity Family Midtown Church of the Nazarene held a grand opening last night in a space at the Westport Central Apartment Building at the corner of Armour and Broadway.

ribbon-curttingTrinity Pastor of Hospitality Sarah McGee said she and senior pastor Andy McGee started the church in their living room in 2011. Services had been held in the Congress Building on Broadway for the past three years, but when the owner notified the church it would have to move, members wanted to stay in Midtown. McGee says many members walk to the services, and the mission of Trinity is to serve Midtown.

The church has about 30 congregants. It serves a meal before its Thursday night services, and also has a clothing closet that is free to the community.

McGee says Andy McGee was a pastor in Gardner, Kansas when he felt a calling to go to Midtown.

After Labor Day, the church will hold services on Sunday night as well as Thursday. It’s space is also open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for people who want to drop in, use a computer or play games.

“People keep bringing other people and friends,” McGee says.

 Trinity Family Midtown website



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