Country Club Christian Church hosts David Brooks and Miroslav Volf in a conversation about A Life Worth Living. Register today.
This exciting new course, a follow up to the event by the same name featuring David Brooks and Miroslav Volf, explores what the good life actually looks like, and how people decide for themselves. Register here.
Start the new year with one of the many opportunities for study, worship and fellowship. A variety of classes, small groups and events for children, youth and adults are available to connect you to your faith and community.
The miracle of Christmas comes to life via a drive- or walk-by live nativity scene on the front lawn of the church. See the holy family, shepherds and animals, enjoy a complimentary cup of coffee or hot cocoa.
The season of Advent invites us to reimagine what life means as God comes to make a home with us. Click here to learn more about the Advent sermon series, featured music during advent, and to sign up for advent devotions by email.
During the season of advent, Country Club Christian Church will share advent devotions each week. Read them here.
In a year like no other and in an effort to keep everyone safe, this year’s unique Christmas Eve services will stream at 5:30, 8:00 and 11:00 p.m.
The stained glass windows shape the beauty of our sacred space but more than that, they tell us the key stories of our faith and inspire us to live in the light of God’s beautiful love and grace.
This series looks at how characters in the Bible faced unsettling historical moments and rather than give in to fear, they took action to live out their faith.
This year, since we are unable to travel internationally for our annual mission trips, we’re bringing the mission trip experience home with our Backyard Missions Fair.
Information about all of the spiritual formation and fellowship opportunities this fall is here! Stay connected this fall with small groups and online classes.
Gather with your church friends and family for an afternoon of fellowship and faith. This open house-style event includes opportunities such as quiet meditation in the Sanctuary or Chapel, a prayer walk, live music, and a chance to visit with ministers and staff.
A sizable portion of the New Testament consists of letters to the church from the Apostle Paul, challenging and encouraging readers. What often goes unnoticed is the poetry within those letters, offering beauty and rhythm in an ugly world often out of sync. Join us for this three-part series on The Poetry of Paul.
Call 816-333-4920 to hear a daily prayer offered by members of our clergy, or leave prayer concerns when you call.
Thursday, August 13, 7:00-8:00 p.m. The college and young adult years are always filled with transitions that families have to negotiate, but this year we have the added stress of a pandemic and economic depression. Parents of college students are invited to a conversation to share joys, concerns, observations, and …