Now More Than Ever

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Now more than ever, we know what truly matters: friends, family, kindness. Though this season has been challenging, the spirit, grace and hope that has risen up among us inspires. Thank you for empowering our church to continue to serve at this moment when we are needed, now more than ever. Because of your generosity:

  • Our streamed worship has enabled us to double attendance, reaching friends locally and around the world.
  • Our mission teams have stocked bare food banks, distributed masks to first responders, sent emergency grants to mission partners, and served catered lunches to hospital workers.
  • Children and Youth continue connecting through emerging electronic mediums as well as writing old-fashioned letters to senior adults.
  • Adults are finding solace, hope, community and guidance in Prayer Ministry, Monday night classes, small group gatherings, AA, and more.

Although none of us knows what the future holds, we will complete our 99th year of ministry confident that God will carry to serve for another century. Now, more than ever, what we preach and who we become matters. 

Now More Than Ever Video

Ways to Share Your Giving Estimate

We will dedicate your gifts in worship on Sunday, May 31, so please return your Giving Estimate by that date. The 2020-2021 church year begins July 1 and ends June 30. There are many ways to give. 

Submit Your Giving Estimate Online – Securely submit your Giving Estimate for 2020-2021 at by clicking the button to the left.

Call In or Email Your Giving Estimate – You may call Rachel Clement, Director of Finance, at 816-381-9256 or email her by clicking the button to the left.

Mail Your Giving Estimate Card – You should receive a Giving Estimate Card in the mail on May 18. Mail your card to  6101 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64113.

In Their Words

Read these stories about why now, more than ever, Country Club Christian Church is important.

David Hanzlick – Director, Program and Development, Sheffield Place

In this trying environment, the concern, kindness, and generosity of friends like the members of Country Club Christian Church are valued now more than ever. Read more…

Nancy Ralston

A former Country Club Christian Church minister once said that there are three reasons why people go to church: to be renewed; to be reconnected; and to be reminded. So what happens when Church is closed? Read more…

Sara and Chris Christensen and Stanley

We’d be hustling in at 9:03, 9:04, 9:06 a.m. …wondering if Stanley would make it through the service or if he would squirm and squawk his way to the back of the sanctuary…or even farther.

We’d say hello to friends who are now more like family. In the parlor we’d make note of the Collection Connection item of the month; we’d look at upcoming church events and get signed up and make notes in our calendar.

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