Join us on Thur., May 11, at 7:00 p.m. to hear Gin Phillips, author of The Well and the Mine, about her book and how fiction and literature can help us become more empathetic, kinder people.
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.
Dr. Glen Miles’ last Sunday at Country Club Christian Church will be Sun., Feb. 5. There will be only one service that day, at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary, followed by a reception in the Social Hall.
Two mission teams from Country Club Christian Church are serving at Christian Hospital Mungeli in India. Follow this blog to learn more about their work.
On New Year’s Day, January 1, we will have one worship service, at 10:30 a.m. Dr. Glen Miles preaching “Glory,” John 1: 1-18. No Sunday School classes or child care.
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.
Due to the dangerous icy conditions, Country Club Christian Church is cancelling all worship services for Sunday, January 15. Please stay safe!
Join us on Sun,. Dec. 11 for this holiday tradition for all ages. Designed so you can enjoy all or part of the festivities as your schedule allows. Bring your kiddos for cookies with Santa, come just for the program, or stick around to carol with your friends.
Make plans to attend this free Advent workshop for children birth through 5th grade on Sun., Nov. 20, 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., in the Social Hall. Enjoy a light lunch and make-n-take session to prepare your family and home for the Advent season.
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.
Rev. Bob Hill will be the speaker at our annual Thanksgiving Dinner celebration on Thur., Nov. 17. Rev. Hill is the former senior minister of Community Christian Church. Tickets available on Oct. 30, Nov. 6 and 13.
This series on Politics and Elections continues on Oct. 30, featuring Rev. Brian Ellison, executive director of the Covenant Network of Presbyterians and frequent contributor to KCUR. 10:00 a.m. in the Social Hall. Everyone welcome.
The Christmas carol, “I’ll be Home for Christmas,” is a reminder of the desire of every human heart to find its way home. This sermon series invites us to let the light of Christ’s birth guide us on a journey to peace, hope and joy. Beginning Nov. 27.
Join us for Trunk or Treat on Sun., Oct. 30 in the Chapel parking lot. Dress your little ghoul or goblin in his or her Halloween costume to trick or treat between decorated cars. Chili, caramel apple station, pumpkin decorating, games and more!
Every act of courage, no matter how great or small, takes place within the life of an ordinary woman or man. No one is born courageous. This sermon series, starting Sun., Sept. 18, explores how courage is built by love and grace, faith and hope.