If you are talking about your home, the second is correct. But "passed" should be the preposition "past".
Are these two okay?
My place is pass the church on the same street.
My place is passed the church on the same street.
It is correct if you make the correction of "passed" to "past."
You need the preposition "past" in the sentence. "Past the church" is a prepositional phrase, acting like an adjective.
You would never use "pass" in the predicate with a linking verb. You would use the past participle "passed." "The time is passed for you to register for summer school."