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Church programs for Monday, Jan. 22 will resume their normal schedule at all locations this evening.

Programming Note:

Leawood’s Sunday night in-person worship has been moved to 4 pm for Sunday, February 11. 

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Pre-K Ministries

Pre-K Ministry

Resurrection’s Vision 2030 includes closing the opportunity gap. Part of our closing the Opportunity Gap is to ensure every four-year-old who will attend our partner schools has access to pre-K education so that they are prepared to succeed in elementary school.

Our partner school preschools serve families, including immigrant and refugee families, with educational childcare and family support services. Classroom activities provide age-appropriate activities to build children’s social-emotional, physical, language, and cognitive skills.

Schools We Support

Project Eagle – KCK
Della Lamb – KCMO
Woodland Early Learning Center – KCMO

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Serve at one of our Pre-K Partners

In-school serving opportunities are available assisting teachers or students. Volunteers can serve during morning hours on a regular basis or help out from time to time as needed. Those with flexible schedules are especially needed.  Click below for serve opportunities or join us for an information meeting to volunteer in the classrooms.  

Join us for an information meeting to learn more about volunteering in the classrooms and training requirements or contact Anne Blessing at

Our Amazon wishlist is a great place to shop online for the incentive store toys, snacks, and hygiene items that support our Partner School need. 

Be sure to select “Gift Registry Address” when you checkout and your donation will be shipped directly to our team. 

Training & Certifications

Attend a Cultural Competency Workshop

Join us as we grow together in our mission to develop cultural awareness and acceptance for all our neighbors.  Cultural Competency training is prerequisite for engaging in our ongoing Kansas City Mission programs. This valuable training is designed to foster a welcoming and secure environment for everyone we support. By participating, individuals will gain empowerment and education, fostering a deeper understanding of our diverse community and enhancing cross-cultural interactions.

The United Methodist Church’s Safe Gatherings training

Screen and educate staff and volunteers to help prevent abuse of children, youth and vulnerable adults. Resurrection staff and volunteers go through several levels of background checks, reference checks, and comprehensive abuse prevention training, they know better — what to do, what to look for, and how to protect those they serve.