First Christian Church

Protection | Kansas | 67127 | Disciples Of Christ

310 S. Washington, Protection, Kansas 67127
310 S. Washington Protection Kansas 67127 US

Duane Brumbaugh

P O Box 146, PROTECTION, Kansas 67127 0.18 mi
HC 65, Coldwater, Kansas 67029 9.66 mi
316-582-2310316-582-2310
P O Box 22, COLDWATER, Kansas 67029 9.66 mi
P O Box 22, COLDWATER, Kansas 67029 9.66 mi
620-582-2132620-582-2132
400 E Main, COLDWATER, Kansas 67029 9.68 mi
310 NORTH MAIN, Ashland, Kansas 67831 15.6 mi
316-635-2919316-635-2919
MAIN AND 7TH, Ashland, Kansas 67831 15.61 mi
316-635-2137316-635-2137
507 HIGHLAND, Ashland, Kansas 67831 15.67 mi
316-635-2885316-635-2885
220 WEST 6TH, Ashland, Kansas 67831 15.67 mi
316-635-2653316-635-2653
408 MAPLE AVENUE, Ashland, Kansas 67831 15.72 mi
316-635-2590316-635-2590
102 WEST 3RD, Ashland, Kansas 67831 15.73 mi
316-635-2691316-635-2691
10TH AND MAIN, Ashland, Kansas 67831 15.74 mi
316-635-4437316-635-4437
P.O. Box 577, ASHLAND, Kansas 67831 15.89 mi
, Wilmore, Kansas 67155 17.78 mi
316-738-4436316-738-4436
321 SOUTH DODGE, Bucklin, Kansas 67834 25.46 mi
316-826-3335316-826-3335
PO BOX 395, Bucklin, Kansas 67834 25.56 mi
316-369-2353316-369-2353
Po Box 477, BUCKLIN, Kansas 67834 25.56 mi
204 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Bucklin, Kansas 67834 25.56 mi
316-826-3564316-826-3564
201 NE FORESTER, Buffalo, Oklahoma 73834 26.04 mi
580-735-2298580-735-2298
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First Christian Church is located at 310 S. Washington in the city of Protection. Protection is located in the beautiful state of Kansas. According to our database, there are approximately 2 churches in Protection, with 0 Catholic churches, 0 Baptist churches, 0 Pentecostal churches, 1 Methodist churches, and 1 other denomination churches. If you are looking for a new church or just visiting Protection, please browse through our church directory to find a church that meets your needs.

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