Gospel Hill was the site of early day Dodge City churches said to overlook the debauchery occurring daily on Front Street. Sacred Heart Cathedral built-in 1916 on the location of the first Catholic Church (1882) is of Spanish Mission architectural style and houses a 26’ by 26’ altar mural, stained glass windows, and is open for viewing. Built-in 1925 on the site of the original Presbyterian Church (1880), the Presbyterian Church has distinctive architectural features, elaborate interior woodwork, and excellent exterior stonework. Saint Cornelius Episcopal Church is the oldest church still in use in Dodge City (built-in 1898).
Presbyterian Church - 803 Central Ave
Sacred Heart Cathedral - 905 Central Ave
St. Cornelius Episcopal Church - 200 W. Spruce St