Many of you have had the chance to send a note or picture to one of our church members who may be isolated and unable to connect with others much these days. If you have not and would like to connect – let April know and we will get a …
It occurs to me that some of you reading this do not have a personal memory of September 11, 2001, and the events known as 9/11. You may not have been born yet or were too young to have memories of that fateful day. Suffice to say that the attacks on our soil were horrific and heartbreaking.
Country Club Christian Church’s own Sharman Wilson is the guest speaker at the November Faith & Grief Virtual Support Gathering, for anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one. Sharman’s reflection is called “Choosing Hope and a Future.”
In this year with so much death and loss, we have not been able to gather to grieve as we would normally. Join us for a live-streamed service of remembering, grieving, and sharing our faith in the resurrection.
Thank you for making personal calls to members and visitors to strengthen our relationships during this time when it is difficult to be together in-person.
Have you missed being at church during the pandemic? If you’ve missed the beauty of our grounds we invite you to download this Prayer Walk guide and take a field trip to church.
If you missed the annual State of the Church meeting, you can view a recording, the meeting slide show, and the 2019-2020 annual report here.
Faith & Grief Virtual Support Gathering for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Everyone welcome. Hosted by Kansas City area congregations. Prayer and sharing with a guest reflection. Register here. Info 816-381-9249. Tues. Sep. 1 Tues., Oct. 6
Call 816-333-4920 to hear a daily prayer offered by members of our clergy, or leave prayer concerns when you call.
We celebrate all those members and guests of this congregation who have given their time, talent and treasure to the realm of God in the past year. Thank you to all of you who have served.
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 …
In case you missed it, on Sunday, July 26, Rev. Mary Lou Kegler joined Rev. Carla Aday for a unique dialogue sermon on change based on the parable of the two brothers.
Join us for one of three anti-racism workshops led by members of The Open Table’s Anti-Racism Training Cohort.
Earlier this week one of my friends was scheduled to have major surgery to repair an injury from a serious tumble she’d taken over the weekend. The morning of the surgery the doctor came in and told her the insurance company had not finished approving the procedure so they would …
Join us on Sun., Aug. 16 for Part 6: In Relationships, based on Genesis 45:1-15, Rev. Carla Aday preaching.