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Brookes Park (Knobbe House and Little Red School House)
498 Brookes Dr, Hazelwood, MO 63042
Bring your loved ones to Brookes Park to play in and around some significant pieces of Hazelwood history. The Little RedMore School House was built in 1852 and is recongnized as one of the first schools built in St. Louis County. The Knobbe House is an 1800's farm house that was relocated to Brookes Park in 1995. It was renovated in 2007 and was used as the City of Hazelwoods Economic Development Office for some time.
Christ Presbyterian Church
306 Taylor Rd, Hazelwood, MO 63042

If you are looking for a church home with founding principles in missionary work and community service, ChristMore Presbyterian Church is the worship place for you. There are spiritual and learning opportunities, and the congregation regularly participates in church social events and meals for the sick.

Christ Presbyterian Church has a rich history, It was founded in 1958 and was originally part of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Evangelical Synod (RPCES). In 1983, it joined with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).

On April 6, 2008, Christ Presbyterian Church merged with Geneva Presbyterian Church, an Orthodox Presbyterian congregation, and became a member congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC).

First Missionary Baptist Church of Robertson
356 Woodlawn Ave, Hazelwood, MO 63042
One of the very few remaining buildings from a town from long ago, First Missionary Baptist Church of Robertson is aMore piece of history wrapped in a sea of new industrial. A very active part of the community, the church adheres to its name and practices the mission work of God. It originally opened in the Town of Robertson, near Robertson Airfield (now Lambert International Airport). Although the town has since ceased to exist, First Missionary is still very alive and well with church each Sunday and midweek worship and study. Rev. Cornelius J. Obsy pastors and the church's motto is "The family of the first, seeking God first."