Bishop Spencer PlaceLocated near the Country Club Plaza, Bishop Spencer Place is a distinguished retirement community with easy access to culture, cuisine, and adventure.
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Resident Monty Brown

We're happy to have resident Monty Brown debut his latest original artwork at the Bishop Spencer Place gallery. His vibrant acrylics on canvas have evolved into an exhibit called Energy Art.


BSP welcomes TIME magazine reporter Tom Fox

Bishop Spencer Place welcomed journalist Tom Fox as this week's special guest. Tom worked as an editor and publisher for the National Catholic Reporter for 35 years, including on location in the…


Explore Tony Andresen's Sailing Adventures with BSP

Tony Andresen, son of our own resident Ann Andresen, visited Bishop Spencer Place to tell us about his sailing trip with his family to San Juan Islands in Washington. He, of course, also came to say…



BSP Named "Best of Kansas City" Bronze Award Winner

Thank you so much, Ingram's Magazine, for naming Bishop Spencer Place one of the best retirement communities in the Kansas City area! We love caring for our residents and are so proud of our staff…



Al Fresco Dining on a Beautiful Summer Evening

With these milder temperatures, we decided to make the most of these gorgeous summer evenings with a lovely dinner on the patio. Thanks as always to our partners at PB & J Restaurants Catering and…


Sam Wisman Trio Jazzes Up Summer at BSP

What's summer in Kansas City without a little jazz? Thanks to Sam Wisman and his trio—one of our very favorites— we never have to find out.



Who's Who at BSP?

The rules were simple: our residents were asked to submit a photo of themselves from (at minimum) 30 years ago. Then, a fun game of "who's who" ensued, with everyone poring over these precious…




A Trip to Thelma's Kitchen with Fr. Justin Matthews

Our friend Father Justin Matthews from Reconciliation Services recently followed up with a gang of our residents, and they all decided they were hungry. So, it was decided a field trip to Thelma's…






Larry Figg and His Cello Quartet Brings Us to Tears

When Larry Figg and his cello quartet stops by, it's sure to be a good time. The music weaved beautifully from Bach to the Beatles and even moved some staff and residents to tears. (Happy tears,…


Real Talk with Father Justin Matthews

Father Justin Matthews (the grandson of our own Nancy Duboc) came by recently to chat with us... and what a talk it was! From the Troost divide to Reconciliation Services, and even the history of…