Fenton Historical Society and Museum 1 Church St, Fenton, MO63026 The Fenton Historical Society is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and displaying…More Fenton's long history. The group saved the 1906 Swantner House from demolition, rehabilitating it and filling it with memorabilia and remnants of Fenton's past. It is one of the oldest buildings in Fenton, and now acts as a historical museum. The society also maintains an archive that tells Fenton's story, as well as the stories of various people, places and groups.
Fleet Feet Sports 504 Old Smizer Mill Rd, Fenton, MO63026 Fleet Feet Sports of Fenton is part of a nationwide chain of franchises dedicated to running shoes. It carries a wide…More variety of running shoes, running apparel and accessories. Owners Dave and Debby Spetnagel have a long history locally and have many years of experience as marathon runners, coaches and members of the running community. Each store has accomplished marathoners as managers to help serve customers better.
Fenton United Methodist church has a long history and remains strong and active today. Located off of old Gravois…More Road, the expensive church building is perched on a hillside that is visible from Highway 141.
The 171-year-old church had its beginnings in 1839 in a log cabin in what is now old Fenton. The first kindergarten in the Fenton area was started in Fenton United Methodist Church, and is still in operation as a preschool for 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds.
The church is involved with a wide variety of ministries, including Metro Ministry, Kingdon House, Feed My People, Epworth Children's Home, Fund for the Needy and the Prison Ministry.