Lack of shelter was a reality for Mary and Joseph as they prepared for the birth of Jesus. This year, our Christmas offering lifts up three local agencies that seek to bring safe and supportive shelter to families. Sheffield Place, Amethyst Place and Jerusalem Farm will benefit from your generosity …
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.
This fall, our our traditional Monday Night Class series continues, and, in a partnership with William Jewell College, we are also offering some Tuesday night class options.
As our partnership with Scraps KC winds down, over 400 local teachers will be coming to our building to gather needed supplies. Sign up to welcome, help and direct them.
“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 …
During the months of June and July, we will offer complimentary breakfast on the lawn from 9:45-11:00 a.m. Join us to enjoy a time of connecting with friends as we celebrate the summer.
Worship with us this summer at 9:01 on the front lawn of the church.
Celebrate the miracle of Easter at Country Club Christian Church.
This year’s Easter Offering supports three local agencies focusing on moving individuals and families into more stable housing situations: reStart, River of Refuge, and Community Assistance Council.
Krista Tippett, Peabody Award-winning broadcaster, New York Times bestselling author, founder and CEO of the On Being Project; and host of the On Being podcast will speak at Country Club Christian Church.
The relief, refugee, and development mission fund of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is responding to the crisis in Ukraine. Click here for more info.
The last few years have fully revealed to us the deep roots of injustice in our community, our country, our world. God calls us to do justice – and we are seeking to answer the call. Doing justice is a daily action, individual and communal. And it takes us supporting one another as …
Classes meet Mondays at 7:00 p.m. in the Youth Center, or connect virtually via Zoom. Click Read More to find link.
We are pleased to offer another session of last year’s popular Life Worth Living course, exploring topics such as: self and others, pain and pleasure, and work and rest.
More than $30,000 in funding is raised for Della Lamb Community Services and its work in resettling refugees.