Waterview Missionary Baptist Church became a reality in August of
1962 under the name of Richardson Missionary Baptist Mission.
Services were held in the McKamy Hall, which was named after T.S.
McKamy who was elected the first mayor of Richardson in 1925, until
property for the new church site could be purchased.
On March 10, 1963 the Mission signed a commitment for property at
the current church site at 408 South Waterview. With the new site,
the church chose the new name of Waterview Missionary Baptist
Church. On May 22, 1964 Waterview Missionary Baptist Church was
formally organized and has been serving North Texans for Christ
Today Waterview Baptist Church stands as a living testimony to the
dedication of her members, both past and present, with a strong
focus on reaching our changing community for Christ.