Take a deeper look into scripture with a group in Disciple Bible Studies. As you study, reflect and pray together, you’ll learn about the Bible, grow deeper in faith, and develop deep, lasting friendships. The first class provides a foundational overview of the Bible, from Genesis through Revelation. With that foundation, you can continue by choosing one of the other great studies.
Meet Your Bible” is a 6-week class that provides an overview of every book in the Bible. Weeks 1-3 summarize the epic sweep of the Bible’s entire story of God’s saving work, and trace how the Old Testament (the Hebrew Scriptures) launch God’s “big story” of redemption through law, history, poetry and prophecy. In the last 3 weeks we see how the New Testament carries on and completes God’s “big story” through letters, gospels and the vision of Revelation that carry the story to its triumphant completion
For questions about Meet Your Bible | Fall 2022 call Katy Bagwell at (913) 735-6373, or email using the form below.
Looking for fellowship with other men here at Resurrection? Join us for the Fellowship starting Tuesday, September 13th in Room B252 in Building B at 7-8am for coffee and snacks. We have an exciting calendar of speakers, short courses, and small group discussions planned for the upcoming year. This is a great opportunity to meet other men, grow in your faith, and have some fun.
For questions about Men's Fellowship Group call Katy Bagwell at (913) 735-6373, or email using the form below.
Relationships are built and the Bible comes to life in Resurrection LIVE Women's Bible Studies. Women of all ages gather to connect in a variety of studies and formats designed to draw you into a deeper relationship with Christ and with one another.
Learn to live at peace with others (even when you disagree) by studying biblical stories of rivalries in Common Ground by Amberly Neese.
Whether it is in politics, the professional world, a party, or a pew, we face conflict every day. As discussions get more heated and social media is deluged with opinion-spewing, hurt feelings, and broken relationships, we need hope and practical tools to navigate the tumultuous waters and live at peace with everyone.
Fortunately, the Scriptures hold the key to living at peace despite our differences. In Common Ground, a four-week Bible study, Amberly Neese combines stories of sibling rivalries from the Bible with personal experience, humor, hope, and her love of God’s Word.*
Join online or in person for this 4-week study. Women will enjoy refreshments and a welcome plus video teaching as a large group, followed by small group discussion with the same leader each week. You’re sure to gain insight into scripture and also grow meaningful connections with other participants.
For questions about Bible Study for Women call Melanie Hill at (913) 232-4173, or email using the form below.
Resurrection Leawood's Adult Sunday school classes are meeting online and in person! Due to circumstances related to Covid, please contact the class leader before attending a Sunday School class. Class meeting format can change from week to week.
For assistance with Sunday morning group connections, please contact Angie McCarty or 913-544-0724.
Please reach out to the leader listed to receive information on how you can join a class. We look forward to meeting you!
Classes Meeting In Person Only
60-95 | Singles and Couples | 9:15 am | Building A Parlor
ABC/Morning Star members are committed to the development and enhancement of individual spirituality and fellowship. Members examine and reinforce their beliefs through this diverse Bible-Centered class. We are committed to being followers of Christ, carrying his message forward in our everyday lives, letting others see Christ living both within us and through us.
For those seeking kinship with fellow Church of the Resurrection members, the class provides an immediate close-knit support group for its members, their joys, sorrows, spiritual growth, and development. Contact Al Donoho with questions.
The Next Phase
40-50 | Singles and Couples | 10:20 am | Room B253
This group of empty/emptying nesters enjoys a range of studies from books of the Bible to Christian topics.
Contact Beth Hull with questions.
60+ | Singles | 10:45 am | B158
Our curriculum includes single-topic books and Bible studies, both Old and New Testament. The class is discussion-based with all opinions honored.
We also have many service projects where we put into practice the things we have learned, including: Bless the School, Johnson County Christmas Bureau, local and foreign mission support, and Healing House to name a few. The class has an adopted daughter in Africa through Compassion International.
We celebrate each other’s joys and concerns through prayer and manage time to socialize and build great friendships. Contact Kay King for more information.
40's | Single Parents and Married Couples with Kids | 11:00 am | B258
This class of parents studies a variety of materials focused on the Bible, relationships, kids, and finances, as well as tackles tough career questions and midlife concerns. Contact Liz Wakeman for more information.
40-70 | Singles and Couples | 9:15 am | B252
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 in-person class information or to get a Zoom meeting invitation.
30 - 40 | Singles and Couples | 9:00 am, 1st & 3rd Sundays | Online 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.
Hybrid Classes Meeting In-Person + Online
Christianity and Culture
40+ | Singles and Couples | 9:00 am | B152
A variety of thought-provoking topics are discussed which relate to how individuals apply Christian principles while addressing or responding to contemporary issues. We are a diverse group exploring the intersection of Christianity and culture while growing in Christ's love and building relationships.
Contact Linn Ver Meer for in-person class information or to get a Zoom link to join online.
Faith and Fellowship
55- 85 | Singles and Couples | 9:00 am | B251
These welcoming near retirement and post-retirement class members enjoy curriculum that helps the group spiritually as well as brings them closer as a body of believers.
Contact Sue Hardage for in-person class information or to get a Zoom link to join online.
60's+ | Singles and Couples |9 am | B158
The Spiritual Enrichment and Encouragement class studies books of the Bible as well as topical studies and enjoys great discussions!
Contact Jayne Langham for in-person class information or to get a Zoom meeting invitation.
The Living Room
40-60 | Couples with high school or young adult kids | 9:00 am | B259
The Living Room small group was started over 20 years ago in a member’s living room (hence the name). We share the responsibilities of running the class by serving in one of three committees. We take turns leading lessons chosen by our “head” group. We occasionally serve the community in projects chosen by our “hands” group. We also have a “heart” group that organizes social activities and support for our members.
Contact Jacque Madison for in-person class information or to get a Zoom meeting invitation.
Young Adult Connection
20's & 30's | Single and Married | 10:15 am | B149
Join our community of young adults every Sunday morning. We love welcoming new people! Every week we’ll process the major takeaways from the sermon, play a fiercely competitive game or two, and eat some snacks. What else do you need in life, really?!
Salt and Light
40's-80's | Singles and Couples | 9:00 am | B260
Salt and Light is a medium-sized group that comes together to grow in Christ for the purpose of fulfilling God’s will in the world. We strive to live out our calling to be “salt and light” (Matthew 5:13-16) and encourage each other to grow in faith through study, prayer, fellowship and service. Visitors are always welcome!
Contact Liz Hendricks for more information and a Zoom meeting invitation.
30-70 | Singles and Couples | 11:00 am | B153
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 Angie McCarty at (913) 544-0724, or email using the form below.
REDLINED: CITIES, SUBURBS, SEGREGATION takes visitors on a deep dive into the history of redlining and how it both shaped and was shaped by Johnson County and the region. Visitors will learn about the 19th and 20th-century foundations of redlining, how the private practice became federal policy during the Great Depression, the expansion of the practice during postwar suburbanization, attempts to dismantle the system during the Civil Rights Era, and how the legacies of redlining continue to impact communities around the nation today.
An optional lunch and driving tour will be available after attending the museum.
For questions about A Trip to Johnson County Museum call Angie McCarty at (913) 544-0724, or email using the form below.
For the story behind this group, read this KC Star Article.
The summer months are dedicated to planning, please join us in September 2022!
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.
Each month offers a book title to read, with a discussion held the first Tuesday morning of the following month. Most books can be checked out at a local library or the reading cart at church. Please register to receive the Zoom link; group plans to meet online for now.
August 2 at 10 am
September 6 at 10 am
For questions about UMW 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 checked out at a local library or the reading cart at church. Please register to receive the Zoom link.
August 11 at 7 pm
September 8 at 7 pm
October 13 at 7 pm
November 10 at 7 pm
December 8 at 7 pm
For questions about UMW Thursday Book Club (Women's Ministry) call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
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