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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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Discipleship Groups

Sunday School and Confirmation all fall under the heading of Discipleship Groups. These are groups that allow students to grow deeper in their faith as they seek to become more committed Christians.

Common Questions

Discipleship Groups, including Sunday School and Confirmation, are small group opportunities for students of all ages to grow deeper in their faith.

Leawood

Sunday: 9 – 10:30 AM – Building C
– Explore: Middle School Sunday School
– Confirmation: 8th – 12th Grade
– Lead: 9th – 10th Grade
– Commit: 11th – 12th Grade

West

Sunday: 9 – 10:30 AM  
– Explore: Middle School Sunday School
– Confirmation: 8th – 12th Grade

Downtown

Sunday: 9 – 10:30 AM  
– Confirmation: 8th – 12th Grade

Blue Springs

Sunday: 9 – 10:30 AM
– Explore: Middle School Sunday School
– Lead: High School

Sunday: 11 AM – Noon
– Confirmation: 8th – 12th Grade

Overland Park  

Sunday: 9 – 10:30 AM
– Explore: Middle School Sunday School
– Lead: High School

Brookside

Sunday: 11 AM – 12:15 PM
– Confirmation: 8th – 12th Grade

Sunday School is discipleship group where middle school students have an opportunity to explore their faith together while diving into key stories and scriptures from the Old and New Testament with their peers.

Confirmation is a discipleship group where students (8th grade – 12th grade) explore their faith alongside their friends, guided by mentors, as they choose to follow Christ for themselves. Through weekly sessions, students will have the chance to learn more about God and the Church, dig deeper into the Bible, ask tough questions, serve others, and discover what it means to be a follower of Christ. Registration opens in the summer and closes after Labor Day for Confirmation.

Explore

Middle School Sunday School is called Explore because students have the opportunity to explore important Old and New Testament stories and scriptures with their peers. The small group activities and discussion will encourage friendship and a sense of belonging to one another, the church and to God.

Confirmation

In Confirmation (8th-12th Grade), students learn and ultimately have an opportunity to choose for themselves whether they want to adopt the Christian faith as their own.  Students will learn from expert teachers and caring mentors about the tradition of our faith and how it has been passed on over thousands of years. In small groups with their peers will ask tough questions, serve others and discover what it means to believe and follow Jesus. Confirmation culminates with a ceremony on the weekend of April 20-21 where students will make a public profession of their faith and become a full member of Resurrection. There is a $75 fee. For scholarship information, email students@cor.org.

Lead

This High School Discipleship Group focuses on Christian leadership skills and strategies and how those skills are utilized in school and the community. These activated skills enhance teamwork as students learn and practice in a small group. Lead culminates at an event called Lead KC in the Spring.

Commit

Students in grades 11–12 will learn more about themselves and why they believe what they believe in a world that may challenge faith beliefs formed at an earlier age. Questioning is encouraged, especially around difficult issues where there often seems to be conflicting answers. Commit culminates in an international trip in June.