We are extremely proud of our rich heritage from 100+ years of serving the Lord in Kennett, MO. Numerous people and events have contributed in making Slicer Street the congregation it is today. Throughout 2011, several special events took place to help us celebrate, reminisce, and honor 100 tremendous years!
To listen to sermons from the Centennial Celebration, click on the speaker’s name.Sunday, March 6 LaMar Hester
The evening service focused on youth and served as a youth group reunion for those who grew up in Kennett.Sunday, April 3 Sam Hester
Impersonation of Marshall Keeble as we “Worship Like It’s 1911.”Sunday, April 17 Joe Gibbs
Celebrating the “Colored Church of Christ” from the 1950’s.May 11 – 15 Johnny Hester
Johnny Hester conducted a tent meeting on the exact dates of the original tent meeting 100 years ago. It was out of that tent meeting that the church here in Kennett was formed.June 26 Martel Pace
We returned to the Opera House on the square, where the church first met weekly.Sunday, September 11 Don Williams
A final celebration of reflection on the past work of the church.November 6 – 9 Danny Boggs
One of Kennett’s very own returned to start the church on the next 100 years.