This Council is the central information point for the many local service and ministry opportunities available through the church. Service opportunities include:
Collection Connection – Periodically our congregation collects supplies and items for worthy causes such as our congregation’s mission trips or the Don Bosco "Project Yes" school supply project.
February Collection Connection
February’s recipient is Sheffield Place. This organization opened its doors in February 1991 as a community response to the growing population of homeless mothers and their children in the Kansas City area. Since then, Sheffield Place has assisted more than 560 families in making the difficult journey from homelessness to self-sufficiency. Please leave your donations in the the Parlor.
- laundry detergent
- paper towels
- disinfecting wipes
- dish soap, cleanser
- toilet paper
- facial tissue
Cross-Lines Community Outreach/Argentine Food Kitchen – A group from our church cooks and serves meals to people that participate in the various services at the Cross-Lines Community Outreach center, 736 Shawnee Ave., Kansas City, KS. Breakfast is served on the third Saturday of the month, 7:00-10:00 a.m. Dinner is prepared and served the first Tuesday of each month.
Virginia Reed Food Drive – Each month we support local food pantries which serve the homeless and hungry by collecting food donations. Non-perishable food items are collected at the church. Financial donations are also appreciated.
Grace at Work – Grace at Work supports our church and area organizations through our participation in various hands-on projects. Many different volunteer opportunities are available. Through your participation you will have the opportunity to experience fellowship, while assisting others in need and creating visible change in our community. The next Grace at Work day is March 31.
Micah Ministry – Our church serves dinner at Independence Boulevard Christian Church each month, providing free, nourishing suppers to our neighbors in need. Each meal requires 18 to 20 volunteers. Children age 11 and older are welcome when accompanied by an adult. Second Monday of each month.
MORE2 – MORE2 is a coalition of 18 multi-denominational and multi-faith metropolitan congregations working toward resolving issues of social justice such as access to transportation, quality education and access to health care. MORE2 offers opportunities to become involved according to time, talents and interests. Board meetings are the last Tuesday of each month at Community Christian Church 6:00 p.m. Visit the More2 web site.
Kansas City Missouri School District Partnership/Hartman Elementary School Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 – Individuals from Country Club Christian Church volunteer with the Kansas City Missouri School District at Hartman Elementary School in various capacities, including volunteering in classrooms, assisting teachers, and helping prepare food for the Harvesters Community Food Network's Back Snack program. Since August 2011, Country Club Christian Church volunteers have logged more than 200 hours working with students, teachers and classrooms. Volunteers are required to attend an orientation and undergo a background screening. Periodic opportunities also arise for the church to support other schools in the district. For more information on how you can be involved, please contact
Tutoring – Teams of tutors at Argentine Middle School help teach at-risk children skills needed to pass benchmark exams in mathematics. Tutoring sessions are 30 minutes. Argentine Middle School is located off of Roe/18th Street Expressway, near I-35. Tutors are needed on Wednesdays from 1:00-2:15 p.m. Tutors maily help with math, but also provide mentoring and English instruction. Tutors usually work with the same group of students for the entire school year. Contact
with questions or to sign up or call 816-361-6378.