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Religion is on the outs for many people today...

Some have struggled with questions and doubts. Others see Christians act in ways that seem, well…unchristian. Still others feel faith is hopelessly outdated and worn out, like an old piece of furniture.

But what if the problem isn’t faith, but the way it’s been practiced? And what if faith could be restored, positively impacting our lives and the world around us?

New Sermon Series

Restoring Faith

Join us over the next three weeks as we consider what a meaningful, authentic and compelling faith could look like. And in this era of deconstructing faith, what might it look like to reconstruct and restore our faith?

RestoringFaith_TealPaintStrokesApril 7: A Faith for Critical Thinkers

RestoringFaith_TealPaintStrokesApril 14: A Faith that Loves Radically

RestoringFaith_TealPaintStrokesApril 21: A Faith to Heal Our Broken World

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Next Steps at Resurrection

Vacation Bible Camp - The Jesus Tour

Mark your calendars for July 15 – 19 and get ready for “The Jesus Tour,” Vacation Bible Camp’s exciting adventure for kids currently in kindergarten through 5th grade! At VBC, we’ll be exploring Jesus’ message of kindness, respect, compassion, and humility through fun activities, crafts, games, and music. Registration is now open! Secure your spot for in-person camp for just $45. There is also an opportunity to participate in VBC online. And, to make this a week to remember, we need your help. You can register for VBC and sign up to serve as a volunteer by clicking the button below.

A Morning with Philip Yancey

Explore the depths of your own story alongside renowned author Philip Yancey on May 4 from 9 am to noon in the Leawood Foundry. Using his powerful memoir Where the Light Fell as a springboard, we’ll discuss overcoming adversity, navigating complex faith journeys, and the transformative power of grace. Unpack themes of racism, doubt, and fear, and discover how your own narrative can lead you closer to understanding yourself and God’s love. Join us for this insightful conversation. For more information and to register, click the button below.

Do Unto Others - Kindness Campaign 2024

Do Unto Others is a grassroots movement launched by Resurrection, a United Methodist Church, to encourage people to be intentional about treating one another with kindness, even those with whom we disagree.

Our individual actions matter. When we choose kindness during moments of disagreement, we create ripples of respect that change relationships and entire communities.

You can get a jump start on the campaign by ordering your Do Unto Others t-shirt today! For more information and to order,