In response to God’s generosity, we at Country Club Christian Church share with the world a legacy of love for worship, spiritual growth and service.
KC Community Gardens and CEPAD gardening programs will be recipients of this year’s Easter offering.
This season’s Christmas offering will be directed toward two local organizations that are providing food to the hungry and healthcare to those who are under-served in our community: Harvesters and KC Care Clinic.
Year to date giving and serving numbers for fiscal year 2017-2018, from July 1, 2017 through December 1, 2017
Something shifted within me. I saw something beyond what I was seeing. The adorable children were singing on the front steps of the church. There were 13 voices. They captured each note in a way that conveyed the meaning of the lyrics. Their eyes focused Alex as he directed. Their smiles melted me as they finished singing.
Through your generosity, this month we are providing $4,000 to our food pantry partners to restock their shelves.
On behalf of the members and friends of Country Club Christian Church, the Outreach Grants and Special Offerings Team was able to present to the Veterans Community Project a check in the amount of $32,596. The total amount of the offering was $41,082. This is the largest amount that our congregation has ever raised for a Easter/special offering.
God sets a place at the table for you and calls us to create a place at the table for others! Learn more about our 2017 Stewardship Campaign, and plan to join us for four Sundays of campaign events starting Apr. 30.
This year the Outreach Grants and Special Offerings Team has designated housing for homeless veterans and Haitians whose homes were lost to Hurricane Matthew.
This year’s special Christmas offering will be directed to Heart to Heart International, a local organization providing relief and help for the victims of Hurricane Matthew. Our annual Christmas Offering is a way for our church to extend its reach and to carry out the Christian mission to help others in need.
Your generosity has made 2016 a great year for Country Club Christian Church. Watch our year-end video here, and click for more information on year-end giving.
Week of Compassion, the relief, refugee and development mission fund of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the United States and Canada, continues to provide emergency support to partners in Syria, and especially in Aleppo.
On July 24 we welcomed Rev. Julia Brown Karimu, President of the Division of Overseas Ministries of our denomination and the co-executive of Global Ministries (Disciples of Christ and United Church of Christ), and her associates.