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Directions to Cross Points Church
ADDRESS: Cross Points Church
6824 Lackman Road,
Shawnee, Kansas 66217
Approaching Kansas City from the West (on I-70): I-70 East, exit to I-435 South. 2 miles past East end turnpike toll plaza.
On I-435 South, exit Shawnee Mission Parkway (Exits 6A-B)
Bear left, exit Shawnee Mission Parkway East (Exit 6A)
East on SM Pkwy, exit to Lackman Road, turn right (south)
Church is 1/8th of a mile on the West (right) side of the street
Approaching Kansas City from the North (on I-35 South / I-635 South):
If on I-635 South, Exit to I-35 South
On I-35 South, exit to Shawnee Mission Parkway WEST
West on Shawnee Mission Pkwy 4 miles, exit to Lackman Road.
At Lackman road, turn left (south), 2 blocks. Church is on the West (right) side of the Street.
Approaching Kansas City from South (on I-35) or Southwest (on K-10): If on I-35 North, exit to I-435 West / North.
If on K-10, exit to 1-435 North
On I-435 North, exit Shawnee Mission Parkway East.
East on SM Pkwy, exit to Lackman Road, turn right (south) On Lackman Road, 2 blocks:6824 Lackman Road. Church is 1/8th a mile on the West (right) side of the street.
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