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Recovery Support Groups meet in person and online via Zoom. Contact your group leader for more information, or email Recovery Pastor Tom Langhofer or call 913-544-0219.

Groups will meet Thursdays at 7 pm, in person and via Zoom. For everyone's safety for in-person meetings:

  • Staff and volunteers will wear masks
  • Participants will be asked to wear masks (provided if needed)
  • Please no contact (e.g. no handshakes, hugs, etc.)
  • Group sizes will be limited to allow for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizing stations have been set up
  • Smoking is allowed in only once location; markers designate social distanced places to stand while smoking
  • Childcare is not available, and children should not be brought to in-person meetings (please join us via Zoom)

We are planning for our expanded program of fellowship, a meal and testimonies to start up later this year; check this page or with group leaders for updates.

Resurrection Recovery Support Groups welcome anyone who has been affected by substance, drug or alcohol abuse or addictions of any kind, including those struggling with mental health concerns.

We will continue posting stories of Recovery on this page as well as on the Resurrection Recovery Podcast site.

Resurrection Recovery: Special Guest Speaker Frank Boal

How does someone find hope in the midst of the tragic loss of a child? Frank Boal, sportscaster with Fox 4 KC and WHB 810 Radio, shares his personal story following the death of his son Brett in a car accident. He talks about Brett’s struggle with addiction and its impact on his family.

Dayton Moore on Addiction

The Kansas City Royals' general manager Dayton Moore spoke at Resurrection to raise awareness about the harmful effects of pornography and how to find hope after addiction. This event was part of our weekly Thursday Care Night programming.

The Johnson County Epidemic: Our Youth and Drugs

We are looking to our youth for answers to why addiction is growing in Johnson County. This conversation took place on Thursday, September 19 in the Student Center.

If you need additional recovery help, please schedule an appointment with our Pastor of Recovery, Tom Langhofer. Email Michelle Varhola or call (913) 544-0702.