Due to inclement weather, all daytime in-person programs have been canceled for Thursday, Feb. 9 at each of our locations and the cafe and bookstore at the Leawood location are closed until 5 pm. Evening programs will be held, as scheduled.
We are watching the weather and at this time the Car Show is still on as scheduled for the public, open from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. We will keep you updated as conditions change.
We continue to invite you to join us in prayer over our Generation to Generation Capital Campaign, a pivotal step in our journey to create a church for all generations, showcasing our unwavering commitment to this vision. Over the past few weeks, we’ve shared our plans and our dreams for Resurrection’s future, designed to resonate with students, children, and adults, leaving an enduring impact for generations to come. As we fully embrace our purpose of creating a Christian community where non-religious and nominally religious people of all generations are becoming deeply committed Christians, we invite you to reflect on how God is calling you to be a part of this campaign as well as through your commitment to Resurrection’s Annual Ministry Fund. Bring your commitment cards with you next week on Commitment Sunday, where we’ll worship together and offer our gifts, shaping a brighter, unified future for a church that stands the test of time.
We are so excited about our growing student ministries here at Resurrection, and we want to be sure to invite all our students to join us for our Fall Student Retreats happening in November. These retreats are life changing. If you have students or know of students, or if you are a student, we’d love for you to join us this November, you can find out more information about these retreats and you can register using the button below.
Meta Middle School Retreat – November 10 – 11 | Youthfront West
Activate High School Retreat – November 17 – 19 |Youthfront West
Join Pastor Adam and Pastor Ashley Morgan Kirk on Thursday, November 9 from 6:30 pm CST for a Zoom meeting as we dive into the future of our Generation to Generation Capital Campaign plans for online and television. This virtual gathering will be an opportunity to explore the boundless possibilities that lie ahead, as we share our aspirations for expanding our presence and our depth of options for going deeper in faith both online and on television. This meeting’s aim is to walk through our plans so that you can have the most information possible as you discern your commitment. To secure your spot and receive the Zoom link, simply click here.
For the next four weeks, beginning October 8, we’ll be exploring – Incredible Stories: Unlocking the Parables of Jesus. Each week we’ll look at the different stories that Jesus told, with a different pastor each weekend in worship. Next week you’ll hear from Pastor Robert Johnson as he preaches about the Parable of the Sower. Then for the weeks to follow, you’ll have an opportunity to hear from different Resurrection pastors. You won’t want to miss the powerful lessons we’ll be learning through these parables.
We’re currently seeking volunteer leaders to serve on key committees and elected positions: Finance, Trustees, Staff Parish Relations, Foundation, Nominations, and Lay Delegates to Annual Conference. Click the button below for descriptions, requirements, and to submit your interest by Monday, October 9.
Step into a world of enchantment at Mathew’s Ministry Performing Arts Concert and Art Exhibit. Be captivated by the extraordinary talent of the Matthew’s Ministry drama groups and the mesmerizing melodies of the Sonflower Ringers. Journey through beloved fairytales and timeless folk music as our performers breathe life into these cherished stories. Before the curtain rises, explore the enchanting artwork crafted by the Sonflower learners in the Commons. Join us for a memorable evening filled with delightful performances and help support Matthew’s Ministry. We can’t wait to see you there! For more information, click the button below.
Trunk or Treat is right around the corner, and we need you and your trunk! This is an incredible outreach opportunity, reaching families with young children, and we want you to be a part of the fun. Let your imagination run wild and create a fun, spooky, or creative trunk. Learn more and register to help by using the button below.
On Mondays, beginning October 2 from 6:30 – 8 pm, join us for a 4-week study and reflection on Martin Luther King Jr.’s collection of sermons, Strength to Love, led by Pastor Robert Johnson. Hosted by Allies for Racial Justice, this is a unique opportunity to connect with others from Resurrection and St. James United Methodist Church.
October 2 and 16 – Leawood
October 9 and 23 – St. James UMC
Learn more and register using the button below.
Each Tuesday evening, Pastor Adam shares hope and encouragement on his Facebook page. Follow him on Facebook to get notifications for when his Vespers message begins, or watch his latest message in this video.
Resurrection offers fun and welcoming programs for children and teens!
Resurrection Kids is a fun, engaging way for your child (birth – grade 5) to know, love, and serve God. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Resurrection Students welcomes middle school and high school students to worship, serve, and grow in faith together. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Matthew’s Ministry provides awareness, outreach, and support for individuals with special needs and their families. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Resurrection is blessed with a team of pastors and caring volunteers who look forward to praying with and for you.