A New Look at 11:00 a.m.

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This fall we invite you to take a new look at Country Club Christian Church’s 11:00 a.m. worship service. Be inspired by the traditional worship. Be renewed by the classical music. Be challenged by the progressive message.

At our 11:00 a.m. service each week, you’ll experience:

  • Passed communion for all who wish to partake.
  • More time for silent meditation, because our lives are often hectic and noisy.
  • Prayer and sermon later in the service, because it’s not always easy to find time to be still in God’s presence.
  • Classic hymns and pipe organ because even in the modern times, there is power in tradition.
  • Featured musical guests, along with our Chancel Choir, with musical offerings of varying styles consistent with traditional worship.
  • More involvement of youth and families because we are enriched by intergenerational experiences.

New Sermon Series Begins Sept. 8: A Life of Meaning

In these turbulent times we are bombarded with demands to follow, like, post and text. In this series, Rev. Carla Aday and Dr. Mike Graves return to the classic texts of the Christian faith, offering space to imagine a way through the noise, to rediscover what makes life meaningful and how you can pursue it with all your heart.

Featured Music

Sept. 8: The Kansas City Brass
Sept. 15: Andrew Morris, Organist
Sept. 22: Violetta Strings
Sept. 29: Country Club Combined Choirs
Oct. 6: University of Kansas Chamber Singers
For more information about classical music
every Sunday and our October concert series, visit www.cccckc.org.

Our doors are open to all, every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary.

Concert Series

Be inspired by three unique concerts in our sanctuary. All are free, open to the public and followed by a reception.

University of Kansas Chamber Singers, directed by Dr. Tucker – Oct. 6, 4:30 p.m. Proceeds from free will offering will go to Southwest Good Samaritan Ministries located in Rio Grande Valley on the U.S./Mexico border, assisting refugees with necessities as they make their way to the next place of safety.

Nancy Zschietzschmann Memorial Bach Concert – Oct. 13, 2:30 p.m. The church, along with the Kansas City Alumni Chapter of the Mu Phi Epsilon International Music Fraternity and Fritz Zschietzschmann, present the Nancy Zschietzschmann Memorial Concert featuring the music of Bach. Nancy was a longtime church member and devoted member of Mu Phi Epsilon for 62 years. This concert will honor her, recognize emerging pianists, and encourage younger players. Student performers will be Mu Phi Epsilon members. Two professional musicians from the Kansas City Mu Phi organization will also perform. A reception will follow in the parlor. Refreshments will be provided by the Koinonia Sunday School Class, the class to which Fritz and Nancy belonged for many years.

Classical Music Sampler for Children (Adults Welcome Too!) – Oct. 20, 5:00 p.m. Get a closer look at some of the most well-known classical instruments. This fun and educational concert will feature an assortment of instrumentalists presenting classical solos, duets, and small ensemble pieces designed to appeal to children and adults.