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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It's Friday! Red Friday!

It's also Cocktail and Mocktail Friday. Sunday the Chiefs will dominate in the playoffs and our residents donned their red gear in support of their beloved team while we delivered happy hour to…


National Hat Day - January 15, 2021

Chapeau. Sombrero. Has. Whatever you call them - this past Friday, January 15th we celebrated National Hat Day with one of the oldest accessories. Our residents donned their favorite hats while…


Shots of Hope

January 20th brought a lot of excitement and hope for our Independent Living residents. Through our partnership with Saint Luke's, all residents who wanted the vaccination received one. Brighter…


New Year Brings Good Cheer

A door to door socially distanced happy hour delivery brings good cheer and mocktails and cocktails to our incredible residents.



Milestone Birthdays

It isn't every day you get the Kansas City Symphony's Victoria Botero and Filip Lazovski to perform on your birthday. But when it's a birthday at Bishop Spencer Place - it only makes sense!


Outdoor Concert with Molly and Joe

Our friends Molly Hammer and Joe Cartwright joined us for a Friday afternoon outdoor concert. Residents met, socially distanced, in the Bishop’s Garden and enjoyed the sounds of cool jazz under…


Father's Day Parade - June 21, 2020

We had a great day celebrating our dads Sunday. We were excited to celebrate your day with a socially-distanced parade of cars. Out with the Father’s Day BBQ and in with the honking, beeping,…


Mother's Day Parade

Thank you to all family and friends who came out to celebrate our moms this Mother's Day! What a beautiful procession of love and celebration of mothers in our community. Thank you to everyone who…


Sports Day

Bishop Spencer Residents participated in Sports Day in April! Decorating their foyers and wearing their favorite sports swag to show a little team spirit...


Opus 76 in the Bishop Garden

The Kansas City string quartet, Opus 76, is no stranger to our Bishop Spencer Place residents, but never has our community had an opportunity to enjoy them in the Bishop Garden. Claude Monet,…


Bagpipes and a Beautiful Day

It was a perfect way to kick off a new week with a random act of kindness from a Kansas City bagpipe musician. Windows opened throughout the community as residents let the sounds of joy float into…


A la Mode

If you haven't heard A la Mode, you simply must! Not only did they bring down the house, they also ended with a rousing "Happy Birthday" to our beloved Mesfin. In case you didn't know, Mesfin isn't…


Speaker Series: Dawn Buehler

Dawn Buehler, Kansas Riverkeeper and Executive Director of Friends of the Kaw, drew a crowd speaking on protecting and preserving the Kansas River. A longtime canoeist and kayaker, Bill Buckner…



Insatiable thirst for knowledge...

Thirst for knowledge can never be quenched for Bishop Spencer Place residents – and hearing Jennie Gusewelle, daughter of Bishop Spencer Place resident Katie Gusewelle and the late C.W Gusewelle,…


Ringing in 2020

Saint Luke's Bishop Spencer Place residents and staff rang in the new year as only they know how: with fun, class, and dancing! Our community, along side their friends and family, were entertained…



Holidays Are Here Again

Holidays at Bishop Spencer Place bring an incredible array of entertainment for residents to enjoy. Heartland Men's Chorus is just one of the many visiting our community this season.


Nelson-Atkins curator discusses Queen Nefertari

Queen Nefertari is making her rounds. Although she wasn't able to come to Bishop Spencer Place, Catherine Futter, director of Curatorial Affairs did come to discuss the exciting new exhibit. Before…