| less than one acre|
| 1925 (1925)-1930|
4 September 1980
| 204 S. 9th St., Columbia, Missouri|
204 S 9th St, Columbia, MO 65201, USA
Gothic Revival architecture
Francis Quadrangle Historic D, First Christian Church, Missouri Theatre, Columbia Cemetery, Tiger Hotel
Missouri United Methodist Church Wikipedia
The Missouri United Methodist Church is a United Methodist church in downtown Columbia, Missouri on Ninth Street. The building was constructed between 1925 and 1930, and is an Indiana Bedford limestone Late Gothic Revival style church. The sanctuary seats 1,000 people. The Stained Glass windows, including the large History of Methodism window at the rear of the sanctuary, are some of the most detailed in Mid-Missouri.
The Missouri United Methodist Church has a long music tradition. It has a large Skinner pipe organ (1928, Opus 750). The Church hosts an annual Missouri United Church Concert Series featuring the Columbia Chorale, the 9th Street Philharmonic Orchestra as well as other well-known groups such as Chanticleer and the Vienna Boys Choir. The church is currently pastored by Senior Pastor, Rev. Amy Gearhart, and associate pastors Rev. Molly Moore, Rev. Larry Williams, and Rev. Trista Soendker-Nicholson. . It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.