Faith and Grief LunchOctober 18, 2018Crystal Webster lost more than “just” her beautiful daughter, Madelyn Elizabeth, when she died in Crystal’s arms shortly after birth in 2010. Crystal struggled with infertility, self-worth, and purpose. Sharing Madelyn’s story with the world – through Sharing Solace – helped Crystal to heal her heart and helped others know ... Read More
A Big Something….Or Not?October 18, 2018By Rev. Catherine Stark-Corn, Interim Minister to Children and Families Sitting in the reception hall for a friend’s wedding – the music plays an engaging melody while the newly married couple takes to the dance floor. Twinkling soft lights give off a fuzzy glow that makes the space a bit ... Read More
Oils of the Bible Class in The WellOctober 18, 2018Learn about oils used in Biblical times: frankincense, sandalwood, myrrh and more. You will learn what they are, how they work and where they come from. Wed., Nov. 7, 5:30 p.m., Sign up in the Well. $5/person .
MOPS Holiday MartOctober 18, 2018Wednesday, October 24, 6:30-8:30 Get your holiday shopping done early while supporting our MOPS group. Vendors will be selling jewelry, clothing, food, children’s gifts, personal care, and much more. Country Club Christian Church, 6101 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, Missouri, in the Social Hall.
Pathways to Learning this FallOctober 18, 2018Sun., Oct. 21 A Long Fight for Justice: The Story of Lamonte McIntyre with Cheryl Pilate, partner with the law firm, Morgan Pilate In Jesus’ first sermon in the Gospel of Luke, a key trait of his ministry is setting prisoners free. More than once, attorney Cheryl Pilate has ... Read More
Monday Night Classes with Mike GravesOctober 18, 2018Led by Dr. Mike Graves, from 7:00-8:00 p.m., Social Hall From Pew to Pulpit Sept. 10 and 17 Sermons mostly go in one direction, from pulpit to pew. Preachers talk and the people listen. But preaching can go in both directions, and once did in the early church. Together, we ... Read More
Guest Gathering on November 11October 18, 2018Whether you’re a new visitor, or you’ve been attending for a while, we invite you to join us for pastry and coffee on Nov. 11 at 10:00 a.m.
Anchored in GodOctober 18, 2018“For a spiritual life is simply a life in which all that we do comes from the centre, where we are anchored in God. . . .” This line jumped off the page for me during my morning reflection time earlier this week.
Fall 2018 FaithPubOctober 17, 2018Led by Mike Graves with guest speakers each gathering, this group for men of all ages provides space to connect with other men looking for sacred conversations around stuff that matters. 7:00 p.m. at Bier Station. Thurs., Sept. 20: Rev. Corey Meyer, Director of Mission Partnerships Thurs., Oct. 11: Darrell ... Read More
Thanksgiving Dinner is November 15October 17, 2018Julián Zugazagoitia, Director and CEO of The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, will be the speaker at our Thanksgiving Dinner celebration on Thur., Nov. 15
FaithbistroOctober 17, 2018For women of all ages, with guest speakers on spirituality and real-life issues. Connect with other women looking for conversations that matter. Meets at District. Pour House + Kitchen, Oct. 25 (speaker TBA), Nov. 29 (speaker Rev. Pam Bauer Nolan, an ordained United Methodist minister). 7:00-8:00 p.m
New Rideshare Program AnnouncedOctober 11, 2018A new partnership will bring together church members who cannot drive to church and those who are able to offer rides.
New Sermon SeriesOctober 10, 2018Some topics that appear repeatedly in the Bible are rarely spoken of in church. Why? Our faith compels us to engage the real life issues we daily face.
Woven TogetherOctober 4, 2018Last week I gathered with family for a reunion, with colleagues for a conference, with neighbors for a homes association dinner, with church leaders at a Board planning retreat, and with friends at a small dinner party. At each gathering, I felt a mixture of belonging and discomfort. When shall ... Read More
Neighborhood CommunionOctober 4, 2018Neighborhood Communion is a small group fellowship concept designed around the idea of communion and community—gathering with others in a casual setting to share fellowship and a small bite to eat.