Sly James to Speak at Thanksgiving Dinner

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Guest Speaker, Sly James: Building Cities for Our Children Sly James, former mayor of Kansas City, will be the speaker at our annual Thanksgiving Dinner celebration on Thur., Nov. 21. We will gather at 6:30 p.m. in the Social Hall for a traditional dinner. Cost is $20 per adult, $12 …

Carla’s Candids for Friday, March 22

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It was 4 a.m. and I was groggy-eyed on the way to catch a 6 a.m. flight, when I heard about the massacre of 50 worshipers in New Zealand. I confess that initially I only felt numb. One more shooting. We all know what follows: talk of sensible gun laws …

Catherine Stark-Corn Biography

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Catherine has worked with children in a range of roles most of her adult life. As an elementary educator she worked with upper elementary students for numerous years after graduating from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX. From the classroom she shifted into non-profit work with organizations in the Kansas …

Thank You for Your Nomination

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Thank you for submitting a Leadership Nomination for the 2019-2020 church year. If you would like to submit another nomination, please click here.

Consider a Year-End Gift

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As we enter this holiday season, please consider making a year-end gift to the church. You may contact finance director Rachel Clement to set up a credit card payment or arrange for a stock transfer. You may also consider giving directly at this link by clicking Give Now. Please note …

Offices Closing at 3:00 p.m. Today

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We will be closing the church offices at 3:00 p.m. today, Mon., Nov. 12, due to the inclement weather. All classes and events scheduled at the church this evening are canceled.

1968 and Now

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By Dr. Mike Graves, Scholar in Residence and Minister of Spiritual Formation All this year, National Public Radio has featured a series on the 50th anniversary of 1968, one of the most traumatic years in American history. Here’s the briefest of reminders: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Bobby Kennedy were …