The health and well-being of our congregation, staff and community are top priorities. We are monitoring COVID-19 updates from medical professionals and local health departments and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and studying the guidelines and requirements outlined by state and local governments. Our leadership team is determining the practices, protocols and timing necessary for in-person gatherings in our unique setting.
We will continue online-only worship until at least July 12, and possibly not return to in-person worship until August. When we gather again, safety and sanitation measures will be implemented. Ministries for adults, students and children will continue online-only through mid-August.
Vacation Bible Camp is coming to you July 20-24, when children will learn to Live Like a Champ! With special VBC kits, awesome videos and online worship, kids pre-school – 5th grade are invited to participate from their homes. Register here and invite friends to join you for VBC 2020 – Live Like a Champ!
We are so proud of our high school and college graduates! We would like to send a gift to Resurrection Family graduates; please register here. Congratulations and know that we are praying for the next steps of your journey!
Find ways to care for our community, connect through online opportunities and more in this edition of enews.
Memorial Weekend is a time for us to remember loved ones who have passed and honor those who sacrificed for our country. Join us wherever you are for worship with beautiful music and a message about remembrance from Pastor Adam.
Our online worship schedule:
The Memorial Garden near the Wesley Covenant Chapel in Building C at our Leawood Campus will be open on Memorial Day, May 25, from 10 am - 2 pm. Please enter through the south doors of Building C. The Memorial Garden north of Building A is open during daylight hours and accessible from outside.
High unemployment brings increased need for food assistance. You can help by donating at our Pop-up Donation Drive Friday, May 22, 9-11 am, Leawood Campus Bldg. A in the circle drive. Drop off non-perishable food items for Phoenix Family, an organization that helps to empower children, families and seniors with resources they need to improve their lives and break generational poverty. See items needed here.
We'll also collect sanitizing products for use in classrooms at our Partner Schools.
If you would like to speak with one of our Care Pastors or another member of our team, please call 913-544-0712. After standard office hours, call our emergency pager at 913-544-0799. Find more information about requesting care on our website.
During this time of social distancing, please click here for testimonies and resources including online meetings. Many support groups continue to meet using video chats; please check with your leader to get connected in that way. As always, our Recovery Community is in our prayers.
Please submit your prayer requests online. We have a team dedicated to praying for these requests.
Visit our Facebook page at 8 am, Monday - Saturday, or at your convenience, to hear words of hope and encouragement from our Care Pastors.
Each of our Church of the Resurrection locations is sharing hope and encouragement through messages and music on social media. If you usually worship at Resurrection Leawood, our Facebook groups offer connection:
KiDSCOR is Live on Facebook each week:
Sign up for KiDSCOR Leawood newsletter for more ways to keep the kids engaged in positive ways.
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