Whether you’re looking to take a class, have meaningful discussions about spiritual things, or looking to make a difference by serving others, you will find opportunities to do that at Grow Night.
Did you miss Dr. Volf's lecture at Resurrection Leawood? Watch it here! Please note: the video begins at 6 minutes, 55 seconds.
Are you longing to discover where you are going on your spiritual journey and how you will become a deeply committed Christian? Whether you are new to the church or a long time Christian, this 3 week course is for you. We explore God's big picture for the world, embrace the message and mission of Jesus and engage in the great commandments -- to love God and love others.
Embark will assist you with the "why" of our church's mission, the "what" of your next steps and the "how" of your participation with God's redemptive plan in the world.
Tuesday Nov. 21st, 28th, Dec. 5th | 6:30-8:30pm |Room B206 | Building B
Tuesday Jan. 16th, 23rd, 30th (2018) | 6:30-8:30pm | Room B206 | Building B
For questions about Embark: A Journey Toward Knowing, Loving and Serving God and Others call Kelly Lyons at (913) 544-0746, or email using the form below.
Meet Your Bible is an overview study designed primarily for people who are new to reading the Bible. All sections are led by Darrell Holtz. Choose to join us for all 10 weeks or pick any of the 2 sections you want to learn more about.
We’ll use the CEB Study Bible, offered to all new Resurrection members for free, as the basis for this study, but this class will be helpful no matter which translation and study Bible you use.
Returning Tuesdays January 2018!
Learn about different Bible translations and the wide range of tools available to help you understand the Bible. Survey how the Old Testament launches God’s “big story” of redemption, and understand how law, history, poetry and prophecy fit together.
Tuesdays | Oct.24 - Nov. 14 | 6:30-8:30pm | Room C141 | Building C | REGISTER HERE
Survey how the New Testament carries on and completes God’s “big story” of redemption, and see how letters, gospels and the vision of Revelation each do their part in carrying the story to its triumphant completion.
For questions about Meet Your Bible call Darrell Holtz at (913) 544-0274, or email using the form below.
Tuesday Bible Study (TBS) is an in-depth Bible study, focusing on specific themes or books of the Bible. This class has fall, winter and spring sessions.
Join Chris Folmsbee, Director of Adult Discipleship, for a four-week class outlining the Christian church in history. This class will look at some of the most fascinating and dramatic events, experiences and people found within our unfolding Christian story. From the birth of the church in the first century, to the church in the Middle Ages, to the church into and through the Reformation, and eventually making our way to today, we will seek to better understand our Christian story and discover how and why it matters to our faith today.
10/17- The Church in its Infancy
10/24- The Church in the Middle Ages
10/31 - The Church and the Reformation/Post-Reformation (Jeff Kirby teaching)
11/7 - The Church in the Modern World
To sign up for email notifications about future TBS sessions, click here.
For questions about Tuesday Bible Study (TBS) call Jordan Buscher at (913) 544-0294, or email using the form below.
Journey 101 courses are designed to create environments where people experience growth and support as they engage in the discipleship Journey. Taught in a large group setting with a meal, a gifted presenter, and small group table breakouts. Each course is offered twice per year. You can take one of these courses, or all three, in the order you choose.
Explore the good news of the Bible and discover Bible study tools and resources to deepen your understanding of the Scriptures.
Learn spiritual practices that will help you fall more in love with God as you grow in your relationship with Him and others.
Upcoming Class: Monday Nights | Oct. 23 - Nov. 27 | 6:30-8:30pm | C144 | REGISTER HERE
Understand the Biblical context for service that will enable you to share your time and spiritual gifts with others.
For questions about Journey 101 call Debbie Hoskovec at (913) 232-4162, or email using the form below.
Creation Care isn't just about saving iconic or obscure plants and animals, it's about saving people too! Explore the facts, the scriptures, and the United Methodist church's perspective (and action) on how to better love the Creator by loving his creation. In this course, we'll learn how to support people in the criminal justice system, people displaced from their homes (both refugees and Native Americans), and people experiencing poverty. We'll also investigate some of the environmental causes and/or consequences linked to each of these groups.
Join Erin Chacey as she leads the Samaritan class the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8:30pm in Room B211! Come to any class that your schedule allows!
September 12th: 'I was in Prison' Topic: Criminal Justice (Friday, Sept. 8 is International Literacy Day*) Over half of all prisoners are functionally illiterate.
October 10th: 'I was hungry' Topic: Poverty (Tues, Oct. 17 is International Day for the Eradication of Poverty*) One in six people in America struggle with food-insecurity.
November 14th: 'I was thirsty' Topic: Water, About two-thirds of the world's population faces water scarcity for at least one month during the year. In our own country, pockets of water poverty exist in nearly every state.
December 12th: 'I was a stranger' Topic: Refugees/IDPs, In the US alone, over one million people were "internally displaced" due to disasters in 2016. Globally, 65.6 million people are currently living as refugees or as displaced persons inside their own countries.
For questions about EarthCOR: Samaritans call Erin Chacey at N/A, or email using the form below.
Financial Peace University helps you make the right decisions with your money so you can accomplish your financial goals. FPU gives you the biblical and practical skills you need to be able to walk in financial peace!
Nearly 3,000 Resurrection members and guests have benefited from taking Financial Peace University, and hundreds of thousands of lives have been changed nationwide. This is a wonderful, exciting opportunity to learn how to better handle the financial resources you’ve been blessed with. (Please note that participants are not required to disclose or share personal financial information.)
Each 2-hour class consists of financial lessons taught via video by Dave Ramsey over a 9-week period. Through the entertaining presentations and class discussion, the course covers these essential life-changing topics:
Like the Apostle Paul, John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, encouraged financial stewardship and generosity in all ways, and through all means: "Earn all you can, save all you can, give all you can."
Wesley preached, "Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can."
Nearly 3,000 participants in Financial Peace University at Resurrection have:
For questions about Financial Peace University call Nancy Brown at (913) 544-0275, or email using the form below.
We are not offering Cultivate this fall, please check our spring schedule when it becomes available!
This course is designed to equip Christians with the courage, skills and tools to engage non-religious and nominally religious people in thoughtful, kind and winsome conversations about God, life and faith.
This 3-week course will help you learn the art and ministry of listening, how to creatively share your story of faith in a variety of settings and how to respond to difficult questions and remarks about God, the Bible and Christianity.
Cultivate will guide you in your commitment to living out the story of Jesus in everyday life.
For questions about Cultivate: Developing a Lifestyle of Sharing Your Faith Stories call Jane Fowler at (913) 544-0218, or email using the form below.
Faith for everyday life.
Join us for good conversations and great people on Tuesdays at 6:30pm in Room C136!
Each week is individual, so join us anytime!
For questions about 20/30 Round Table call Chris Abel at (913) 232-4111, or email using the form below.
Each month offers a book title to read, with a discussion held the first Tuesday of the following month in an AM group (10-11:30 am) or PM Grow Night (7-8:30 pm).
This month's selection to begin reading now and discuss on the date below:
Most books can be found at a local library or in the church bookstore.
Future books for the morning group:
Future books for the evening group:
For questions about Women's Book Club call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
Retirement can bring excitement and anxiety for Boomers, who have high expectations to make the second half of life their best half! Join other Boomers in developing an approach that adds joy and fulfillment to life.
Materials/Cost: At The Crossroads by Clayton Smith and Dave Wilson. Available at The Well Bookstore for $5.99 (group study discount). Please read first chapter before class.
For questions about At The Crossroads Book Study call Dave Wilson , or email using the form below.
SERVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS
Join us one Tuesday of each month as we explore serving opportunities in our local mission ministries. Location, time and age limits vary: please check carefully. Childcare is available (pre-registration is required here).
For questions about Faithwork Tuesday contact Dee Dickey at (913) 232-4166, or email using the form below.
Show us those pearly whites!
Be the first face someone sees on Tuesday Grow Night! You will help guests feel welcome as they enter the church building and direct them to classrooms for Grow Night.
For questions about Grow Night | Greeting Team contact Debbie Hoskovec at (913) 232-4162, or email using the form below.
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