Church-Archer-Pasley Funeral Home provides funeral and memorial services with a personal touch. Since 1922, our caring team has been committed to serving families in Liberty, Missouri, and the greater Kansas City area.
- Catered Receptions
- Funeral Celebrants
- Event Space
- Multicultural Funerals
Funeral home amenities
At Church-Archer-Pasley Funeral Home, we are happy to offer complete funeral services in our spacious funeral home, which features an arrangement room, a visitation room and chapel that accommodates up to 150 guests. We also offer ample on-site parking.
Personal care and guidance
Families can rest assured they will receive personalized, individual attention when making arrangements with Church-Archer-Pasley Funeral Home. Our professional and caring team members understand the loss of a loved one is a very personal experience and are here to help.
Meet with our team to find the options that best suit your family. We host traditional and contemporary funerals and cremations, as well as celebrations of life with catering and music. Each person is different and we feel funeral services should be, too.
With a focus on understanding and support, we'll walk you through the process and discuss funeral costs, location, special requests, obituaries and other memorialization needs. For us, it's about more than hosting a service. It's a commitment to building long-lasting relationships.
Contact our team
Church-Archer-Pasley Funeral Home has a long history in the Kansas City area. We have assisted families for over 95 years. Whether you want to plan for a funeral in advance, wish to learn more about the benefits of planning ahead or have an immediate need, we're here to help. Please contact us for more information or visit our welcoming funeral home in Liberty.
The Church-Stephens Furniture and Undertaking Company first advertised in a local publication in 1922. At that time, the funeral home was located on the south side of the Liberty Square at the corner of East Kansas Street and Main Street. Today, that building is Restoration 1894 located next to La Costa Mexican Restaurant.
A new start
In 1923, Church separated from the furniture business and joined Edgar Archer to form Church-Archer Funeral Home and relocated to the northwest corner of the square. Later, they purchased a 3-story brick house at 111 North Water Street. The funeral home remained at that location until July of 1980. In 1944, Church sold his interest in the funeral business to the Archer family.
Step back in time
As for the history of the Pasley Funeral Home, we return to the early 1900s. Looking to the east side of the Liberty Square, you would have found the Hills Funeral Home. Mr. Hill opened his funeral home in 1908 and built our present building in 1923. It was known as the Hill Funeral Home from 1908-1930. It then changed to Hessell Funeral Home from 1930-1939, the Corder Funeral Home from 1939-1949, the Pasley-Tyler Funeral Home from 1949-1961 and the Pasley Funeral Home from 1961-1980.
Amenities and service additions
In 1980, Church-Archer purchased Pasley Funeral Home from John Pasley and combined both operations into our current location at 119 East Franklin Street. In 1986, the D.W. Newcomer’s Sons group purchased the business from the Archer family and retained the name Church-Archer-Pasley Funeral Home.
Today, we are members of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. We continue to create meaningful ways to pay tribute to loved ones with compassion and the understanding that each life is truly unique. For us, there is no greater responsibility than honoring and preserving the story of one’s life.
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"The staff was exceptional and remembered everything for me before and afterwords. Dealt with family issues very well."
"Our needs were taken care of in a timely manner. Service was great."
"It was refreshing to get what he paid for and they went out of their way to get the ashes to use for the service even though it was not to be at their facility."