Wednesdays, 6:30 pm, Jan. 6–27
The new year becomes a great time to establish new habits and set new direction for your life! For four weeks in January, join Pastor Scott as he leads us through a study that will allow us to renew our focus on the essentials of our faith and enliven our spiritual lives.
Wednesdays, 6:30 pm-7:45 pm
Looking to connect with others for community and growth? Join 8-12 other people for a 6 week small group experience of The Walk: Five Essential Practices of the Christian Life. Groups will meet online using Zoom.
More dates coming soon!
Join Pastor of Community Justice Rev. Cheryl Jefferson Bell as we examine themes from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'Letter from a Birmingham Jail.' Pastor Cheryl will reflect on the past year, the relevance of Dr. King's words for us today and help us envision the work ahead.
For questions about A Letter to the Beloved Community call Lindsey Arnold Seevers at (913) 232-4163, or email using the form below.
Wanting to talk about real issues, have honest conversations, and find community in these difficult times? Alpha Online is a series of conversations that explore life, spirituality and faith in a fun, non-judgmental and open environment. It’s perfect for skeptics, the curious, anyone with major doubts or hurts.
We would love to have you join us for Alpha Online, a fun evening of online community, in the comfort of your own home.
Mondays, Jan 11 - March 22, 7-8pm. We are meeting online via Zoom.
For questions about Alpha Online | Winter 2021 call Stephani Holmes at 913-544-0286, or email using the form below.
Mark your calendars and join Pastor Matt Bisel, Thursday nights Jan. 7, 14 & 21 on Facebook live in a series of conversations that focus on questions of doubt and faith. Pastor Matt will be joined by experts in science and theology who will share their insight and experience of faith.
Declutter & Simplify is heading your way. The class will take place January 5 - 26on Zoom. This 4-session study will give you the tools, encouragement, and accountability needed to declutter your home and simplify your life. Join Brogan Farren and Scott Weaver in considering what a life of simplicity looks like and why God calls us to simple lives.
Class meets from 6:30 – 8:30 pm on Zoom. Space is limited!
For questions about Declutter and Simplify Class call Angie McCarty at (913) 544-0724, or email using the form below.
Start the New Year right by learning how to tell your money where to go! Whether you have a lot or a little, are a spender or a saver, you will find Andy Stanley’s insights challenging, refreshing, and extraordinarily practical. This 4-week, on-line study is led by Stephanie and Jeromy Hubers.
For questions about If Money Talked: Four Things it Would Tell You call Shari Wilkins at (913) 544-0717, or email using the form below.
Thursdays |Jan 7 - Feb 18 | 9:30-11 am | Zoom
Led by Michelle Funk, Women's Ministry Director
Wonder -- find the holy within and the holy all around during the sacred season of winter. Field notes, blessings calendar, "wonderlists" and recipe box tastings will help us to experience the winter world with joy and curiosity.
Upon contacting the author to ask if she will join us on one of our Thursday mornings, she responded with this: "What a joyful note to receive, and what an even more joyful invitation to accept! Tell the women I cannot wait!"
For questions about Wonder Study for Women call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
Congratulations! You're gifted! Come and learn how God has uniquely gifted you and where your dreams and passions might lead you to serve. You’ll study the Bible, use personal assessments, have a chance to make new friends and receive personalized ideas for putting your gifts into action.
Please purchase the book, "Serving from the Heart" by Yvonne Gentile and Carol Cartmill, at The Well Bookstore and bring it with you each week of class.
For questions about Serving with Your Spiritual Gifts call Melanie Hill at (913) 232-4173, or email using the form below.
Disciple Bible Study is enriching, informational, transformational, faith deepening and offers time to develop deep lasting friendships as you study, reflect and pray together as a group.
Winter classes are now full. Please check back in the fall when we launch new groups.
Books are available to purchase from The Well Bookstore online or at Cokesbury online. All Disciple 1, 2, & 3 classes will be using the new Fast Track materials. Disciple 4 will use the traditional book but use an abbreviated 24 week schedule.
Disciple 1 provides a foundational overview of the Bible. Beginning with Genesis and continuing through Revelation, group members will read approximately 80% of the Bible in this Fast Track 24 week study. Disciple 1 is great for those at any place in their faith journey.
Fast Track Disciple 2 is a shortened version of the original Disciple 2 study. Classes meet for a total of 24 weeks as they study Genesis–Exodus and Luke–Acts for 12 sessions each. Daily preparation is to read 3–5 chapters of the Bible each day. (Disciple 1 suggested pre-requisite)
Fast Track Disciple 3 examines the major and minor Old Testament prophets and the 13 Letters traditionally attributed to Paul. Several themes weave their way through the study-the call to remember; the call to repentance; the need for renewed vision and the place of community. (24 week study, Disciple 1 suggested pre-requisite)
Disciple 4 concentrates on the Old Testament writings not in the Torah or the Prophets, such as Psalms and Proverbs, and the Gospel. (24 week schedule using the traditional study book, Disciple 1 suggested pre-requisite)
Jesus in the Gospels digs deeply into the mission and message of Jesus through a detailed and comparative study of the Gospels. Study the name, the place and the people-a commanding, morally compelling figure as portrayed in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. (30 week study, Disciple 1 suggested pre-requisite)
Christian Believer is a study of the classical doctrines of the Christian faith which includes God's providence, atonement, judgment and eternal life. This class blends together the reading of Scripture with reading classic Christian writings. (30 week study, Disciple 1 suggested pre-requisite)
Access notes of several experienced Disciple Leaders on our Small Group Leader Resource Page.
For questions about Disciple Bible Study call Melanie Hill at (913) 232-4173, or email using the form below.
Join grandparents from all over the nation to learn how to become a better grandparent. Classes are free and open to any grandparent interested in learning about this year's topics. You may register for one class or for all four. We look forward to becoming better grandparents together.
January 12 — Your Grandchildren and Suicide: Awareness for all Ages
Join Emily Demo, Blue Valley Southwest High School’s School Psychologist, as she helps us understand the mental health and suicide concerns facing our nation and what we can do to help our grandkids grow up in an environment supportive of mental health and wellness.
February 9 — Healthy Boundaries for Grandparents: When You Disagree About Parenting
What happens when you disagree with how your grown kids are parenting their children? When should you speak up and when is it better to remain silent? It's not easy to know the right thing to do, but understanding healthy boundaries can help. Let's discuss some common challenges that grandparents face and how to navigate them with love.
Sherry Danner is a former Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist who previously served on the church staff as Director of Counseling Ministries. Now a Boundaries Coach, she specializes in helping compassionate givers set healthy boundaries in their most important relationships. She is the author of Nurturing the Light Inside: Overcoming Addiction and Codependency on the Path to Self-Love.
March 9 — Simple Ways to Connect with your Grandchild and Increase Positive Behaviors
Julie Getting is a Licensed Specialist Social Worker who has been in practice with children for over 25 years, utilizing her certifications in Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and trained in Emotion-Focused Family Therapy (EFFT) and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She offers a unique set of skills that will help us learn how to increase connection and positive behaviors in our grandkids of any age.
April 13 — Grandparenting with Love and Logic
Join Leah Rundle, from The Parents Place, as we learn how to develop enjoyable, fulfilling relationships with both adult children and grandchildren-while helping grandchildren grow up into responsible, caring young people. We will learn sensible, easy-to-use techniques based upon the unique Love and Logic philosophy of working with children. With the Love and Logic techniques, a grandparent's relationships with both adults and grandchildren will grow and blossom.
May 11 — Raising Civic-Minded Grandkids
Jan Kessinger served in the Kansas State Legislature from 2017-2021 and has been a member of The Church of the Resurrection for more than 25 years. As a legislator, he served on Governor's Council of Travel & Tourism, State Use Committee, Kansas Racing & Gaming Commission and Johnson County Education Research Triangle. At Resurrection, he served on the Church Council and has been active in missions ministries. Jan brings a unique understanding of faith influencing civic involvement. As a grandpa, he will offer us ideas on how to raise our grandchildren in a way that teaches them the importance and responsibility of civic engagement and commitment.
You will choose which dates you will be attending on the registration page.
For questions about Building Better Grandparents | Spring 2021 call Angie McCarty at (913) 544-0724, or email using the form below.
Sermon on the Mount from Jewish and Christian Perspectives (Based on Sermon on the Mount, A Beginner's Guide to the Kingdom of Heaven by Amy-Jill Levine.) Book purchase is helpful but not required.
Join us on Zoom for a conversation-starter designed to help us get to know one another as women of strong yet differing faiths. Visit us on facebook for the latest updates at Strangers No More Facebook page or email email@example.com to receive the meeting link.
For the story behind this group, read this KC Star Article
This is a joint project of the Jewish Community Relations Bureau|American Jewish Committee and United Methodist Women of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.
For questions about Strangers No More call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
The women of Maverick and Hope Circle invite you to attend their monthly meetings to experience connection, develop friendships, and learn about important topics in our world today. All are welcome at any time, groups meet online, please register to receive the Zoom link.
See more at https://www.cor.org/umw.
For questions about Maverick & Hope Circle Meetings call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
Join other men for thought-provoking talks, discussions and fellowship. The topic in Men's Fellowship is currently Studies and Interviews on Discipleship. Men's Fellowship meets on Tuesday mornings from 7:00-8:00 am. This class will be online using the Zoom platform. To sign up, please register below.
For questions about The Fellowship call Jeff Kirby at (913) 544-0736, or email using the form below.
Each month offers a book title to read, with a Zoom discussion held the first Tuesday morning of the following month. Most books can be found at a local library or in the church bookstore at a discount, click The Well Bookstore or call 913-544-0240. Please register to receive the Zoom link.
February 2 at 10 am on Zoom
March 2 at 10 am on Zoom
April 6 at 10 am on Zoom
For questions about Tuesday Book Club (Women's Ministry) call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
Read a book each month, for a Zoom discussion about it on the second Thursday evening. Most books can be found at a local library or in the church bookstore, click The Well Bookstore or call 913-544-0240 and ask for a Book Club discount. Please register to receive the Zoom link.
January 14 at 7 pm
Gum Moon by Jeffrey L. Staley
February 11 at 7 pm
For questions about Thursday Book Club (Women's Ministry) call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
Resurrection Leawood's Adult Sunday school classes are meeting online and in person!
For assistance with Sunday morning group connections, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 913-544-0717.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all classes are currently meeting online. Please reach out to the leader listed to receive information on how you can join a class. We look forward to seeing you online!
Breakfast and Bible Study
20-30’s|Singles and Couples | 9 am | Sunday
This class is for those seeking fellowship, a deeper understanding of the Bible and how God’s will and word relates to their lives.
Contact Katherine Marx for additional information.
The Next Phase
40-50’s|Singles and Couples | 10:30 am | Sunday
This group of empty/emptying nesters enjoys a range of studies from books of the Bible to Christian topics.
Contact Beth Hull for additional information.
Faith and Fellowship
55-70's | Singles & Couples | 9 am | Sunday
These welcoming near retirement and post-retirement class members enjoy curriculum that helps the group spiritually as well as bring them closer as a body of believers.
Contact Sue Hardage for additional information and Zoom invitation.
30's-40's | Singles & Couples | 9:30 am | Sunday
This class meets on the first and third Sundays of each month to grow in their faith and support one another.
Contact Audra Morris for additional information and Zoom Meeting invitation.
40's-70's | Singles & Couples | 9 am | Sunday
The Builders create an authentic environment where our members learn to know God with our heads, love God with our hearts and serve God with our hands while experiencing Christian fellowship and accountability
Contact David Starrett for additional information and Zoom meeting invitation.
Christianity and Culture
40+ | Singles & Couples | 9 am | Sunday
A variety of thought-provoking topics are discussed which relate to how individuals apply Christian principles while addressing or responding to contemporary issues.
Contact Dan Gates for additional information and Zoom meeting invitation.
60's+ | Singles & Couples |9 am | Sunday
The Spiritual Enrichment and Encouragement class studies books of the Bible as well as topical studies and enjoys great discussions!
Contact Jayne Langham for additional information and Zoom meeting invitation.
30's & 40’s | Singles & Couples |10:30 am | Sunday
This class of mostly parents study books on specific parts of the Bible, marriage, kids, finances and tackle tough questions faced in their careers.
Contact Andy Wiltz at for more information and Zoom meeting invitation.
30's-70's | Singles & Couples | 7 pm | Sunday evenings
Bible 101 is for everyone of all ages and backgrounds. The one thing all share is a desire to learn more about God’s word through an organized Bible study class. The Holy Bible is the only reference required.
Contact Gene Ronsick for more information and Zoom meeting invitation.
For questions about Adult Sunday School Groups call Shari Wilkins at (913) 544-0717, or email using the form below.
Trick question... it's both! The main teaching component will happen as a live broadcast through our online streaming page at cor.org/live. After the main teaching, we will break into smaller Zoom groups for discussion. To receive a link to a Zoom group, please make sure you register for the class using the link above!
You aren’t alone. Here's what the process looks like:
We will have a practice Zoom session where you can test all your settings to make sure everything goes smoothly on your first night of class.
Of course, nothing substitutes for face-to-face contact. However, Zoom is a user-friendly platform that allows us to see and hear people in real time. One recent participant said this about an online class: “Zoom worked great and I thought it was time well spent.”
We’ve intentionally scheduled the classes on multiple evenings so that you don’t have to choose just one class. We do ask that you fill out a separate registration form for each class.
Each class is different. However, all class leaders are sensitive to your time constraints. If you don’t have time to do work at home, they all understand.
The church is working on a plan to bring us all back together again. We always want to err on the side of responsibility, so as of right now, we’re opening the campus to essential staff only. Stay tuned for any an all updates.
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Kansas City, MO 64108
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