Giving at Resurrection

Stewardship and generosity is a way of life.

Give Now

Everything we have belongs to God, and we are simply managing those resources while here on earth. Through our tithes and offerings, we demonstrate in a tangible way our love for God and our neighbors. Each year, we ask our members to commit to their tithes and offerings for the coming year in support of our church's ministry and mission. We do this for three reasons:

  • All we have is a gift from God, so we believe that giving to God's work is an act of worship.
  • At Resurrection, giving is an expectation of membership. The church does not specify how much an individual should give, but we hope each person will commit a percentage of their income and increase that amount as they are able.
  • Annual giving makes possible: worship, programs for children and students, Bible studies, small groups, pastoral care and support, mission trips and community projects.
Make a Giving Commitment

Giving statements will be sent via email and postal mail the week of January 23.

Stewardship & Generosity

At the heart of our philosophy of giving is a commitment to the good stewardship of our God-given resources. For us, stewardship is a way of life that recognizes that everything we have is God’s and we are simply managing those resources here on earth.

Learn About Stewardship

Capital Campaigns

For the past few years, The Church of the Resurrection has been dreaming and planning to build new spaces that would reach future generations and provide tools for ministry for the next 100 years.

Learn more about the capital campaigns at LeawoodWestDowntown, and Blue Springs.

Give to a Capital Campaign

Memorial & Legacy Giving

Memorial giving is a meaningful way to remember loved ones. Memorial gifts can make a difference now and legacy gifts through the Resurrection Foundation are a purposeful way to support the future mission of our church.

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