Lawrence, KS

Students with some connection and relationships with the churches have been attending the University of Kansas in Lawrence ever since the church in Kansas City began in the early 1980’s. Through some saints who moved to Lawrence, a home meeting was raised up over the last 10 years. We currently have 10 saints, including students, on our phone list. In the weeks since the middle of August 2017, we have again had new people, mainly students, and some have been attending the three weekly meetings— home meetings on Friday night, Wednesday prayer meeting, and Lord’s Day table and prophesying meetings.

Currently we have only one full-time brother serving on the campus. There is the need for more local homes and couples. In the church life we also have the need for childcare. More homes and childcare will cause us to grow and create a threefold cord of full-timers, students, and community saints for a very healthy church-life.

The City of Lawrence
Lawrence is the county seat of Douglas County and the sixth largest city in Kansas. Located in northeastern Kansas, Lawrence is just 45 minutes west of Kansas City and 30 minutes east of Topeka, the state capital. It has a diverse economy spanning education, industrial, agricultural, government, finance and scientific research; most of these are related to the University of Kansas, which is the largest employer in Lawrence.

Lawrence is home to two universities, the University of Kansas and Haskell Indian Nations University. Haskell Indian Nations University is the nation’s only inter-tribal university for Native Americans, representing more than 150 tribes from all across the country. For more information see City-Data Profile and Official City Website.

City Stats
City Population – 95,358

University of Kansas – 28,401 students
Haskell Indian Nations University – 1,000 students

Contact Person
Len Lawson
(785) 917-1851

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