This summer, thousands from across our denomination’s national and international network will gather for our first General Assembly since 2019. This year, our own Rev. Tyler Heston is serving as the Arts Engagement coordinator and is working with five Resident Artists to create immersive and interactive art installations to live in the exhibit hall at General Assembly.
Human Rights Pilgrimage
This pilgrimage to Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama, is a partnership with Swope Parkway United Christian Church.
New Monday Night Classes Starting Soon!
MONDAY NIGHT CLASSES: WHOLE NEW WORLD April 17, 24, and May 1, 7 – 8pm, Youth Room A pandemic, politics, personal matters, and more— our world has changed over the last few years. What does this mean for us as people of faith and as a church community? This series …
Native Plant Sale Going On Now!
The annual native plant sale gives members the opportunity to order native plants for spring planting. Selecting plants that thrive in our climate are important and a great addition to any garden.
Faith and Grief Luncheon: Experiences with Life and Grief
Join us for lunch on Tuesday, March 7, 2023 at 12pm, as guest speaker Al Eidson will share his experiences with grief after losing his first wife, Dianne, to pancreatic cancer in 2010.
Monday Night Classes: Jesus’ Vision for a Flourishing Life
Jesus’ death is significant, but so is his life and ministry. What does a life worth living look like according to Jesus?
LENTEN SMALL GROUPS NOW FORMING
During Lent, we’ll have opportunities for all to take part in small groups to share in the series “Questions Christians Ask.” Check out all the options and get signed-up HERE.
“LGBTQ and the B-I-B-L-E” NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
“All Are Welcome”…a familiar phrase used in churches everywhere, and for good reason, it’s the heart of God’s good news. Unfortunately, not all of those churches practice it, especially regarding human sexuality and LGBTQ persons. In a conversation led by Dr. Mike Graves, explore what the Bible does and does …
Join Us For Lunch!
Sun., Sept. 18, 11:00-1:00 Join us for a day of fun at the Block Party on the front lawn. This event is open to the public. Invite a neighbor!
Everyday Justice Field Trip
“Redlined” Exhibit at Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center Sat., July 9 The Everyday Justice ministry invites you to a field trip to the “Redlined: Cities, Suburbs, and Segregation,” an exhibit at the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center (8788 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, KS). The exhibit takes visitors on …
Everyday Justice: Gun Violence
In response to the tragic shootings in recent weeks some in the congregation have asked for action steps they might take to accompany our prayers. In the days after the shooting, local Kansas City clergy gathered to call for increased gun safety and better mental health as well as a host of …
2022-2023 Leadership Slate
The leadership slate for the 2022-2023 year has been approved by the congregation. Officers and At Large Members of the Congregational BoardChair: Jennifer AustenfeldBoard Chair Elect: J.J. JonesSecretary: Becky McElduffTreasurer: Glenn MillsPersonnel Chair: Sara EngberNew Board Member: Liz CopelandNew Board Member: Phil Klever Endowment Fund Trustees Nancy Lear Eric Adler …
American Public Square: Protect and Serve Kansas City
Apr. 6, 6:00 p.m., Sanctuary Local needs, local interests, local issues—state control. This has long been the framework for the Kansas City Police Department. Yet heightened civil unrest, escalating crime rates and the national police reform movement has generated increased interest in returning control of the police department to the …
Holy Week and Easter
Celebrate the miracle of Easter at Country Club Christian Church.