Wednesdays, Nov. 4–18, 6:30 pm
Uncertainty is all around us. The pandemic, a global recession, and the strain of national elections make us feel a paralyzing sense of fear and anxiety. But in the midst of our uncertainties, God is sitting with us, calling us onward, to live with courage and hope.
As we lean into this call, we have to engage both our minds and our hearts, resting in both hope and lament. For this class, we are being led by a psychiatrist and a psalmist – Dr. Kelly Bisel and pastor/songwriter Matt Bisel – to help us confront our fear and anxiety with practical lessons that unite science and faith.
We know the world can't be changed overnight, and that the journey towards justice is long. In this class Rev. Cheryl Jefferson Bell, along with other Resurrection staff, will lead you in practices to help renew your soul and provide a solid foundation for the work ahead.
For questions about Spiritual Tools for the Justice Journey call Katy Bagwell at (913) 735-6373, or email using the form below.
The Enneagram is a powerful tool to help us better understand how we receive and respond to the world and why we do the things we do! It guides us on the path to becoming the best version of ourselves, helps us improve our relationships and grow in compassion for others.
Begin your Enneagram journey with this introduction to the 9 Types and their unique traits.
Eugene Peterson translates Matthew 11:28-30 as follows in The Message: “Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out on religion? Come to me. Get away with me and you’ll recover your life. I’ll show you how to take a real rest. Walk with me and work with me—watch how I do it. Learn the unforced rhythms of grace. I won’t lay anything heavy or ill-fitting on you. Keep company with me and you’ll learn to live freely and lightly.” Join Pastor Angie McCarty to discover a Biblical view of Sabbath keeping, working to live into Jesus' promise of living freely and lightly.
For questions about Sabbath Keeping in a Hurried World call Katy Bagwell at (913) 735-6373, or email using the form below.
What does it mean to live a generous life? Join Debi Nixon, one of Resurrection’s Executive Directors for a 3-week study using Pastor Adam’s book Enough. Together, we will find the keys to experiencing contentment, overcoming fear, and discovering joy through simplicity and generosity as we look to the Bible’s wisdom for prudent financial practices. This study could change your life, by changing your relationship with money. While not a requirement for participation in the class, Adam’s book Enough can be purchased in the Bookstore.
For questions about Enough: Discovering Joy Through Simplicity and Generosity call Katy Bagwell at (913) 735-6373, or email using the form below.
The aim of Cultivate is to reduce our feelings of fear and insecurity and to encourage a lifestyle of sharing our faith, of communicating the Gospel, in winsome, generous and loving ways. We want you to feel confident in your own story and equipped to share it with others. We will walk you through 3 lessons designed to prepare you for inspired meaningful, and relational conversations about faith with others.
For questions about Cultivate: Developing a Lifestyle of Sharing Your Faith call Katy Bagwell at (913) 735-6373, or email using the form below.
The Marriage Course is a series of seven sessions, designed to help couples invest in their relationship and build a strong marriage. Nicky and Sila Lee, authors of The Marriage Book, developed The Marriage Course for couples looking for practical support to strengthen their relationship. The course is designed to help couples build strong foundations, learn to communicate more effectively and resolve differences well. This fall, we’ll be hosting online!
The course runs exactly as it would be if you were attending in person, except that you will be able to do so from the comfort of your own home - where you can replicate your own date night:
Wednesdays | Oct. 14 - Nov. 23 (last class will be on Monday due to holiday week) | 6:30-8:30 pm | Online
For questions about The Marriage Course | Fall 2020 call Stephani Holmes at 913-544-0286, or email using the form below.
THURSDAY 9:30-11:30 am Nov 5, 12, 19
"Story" written and led by Michelle Funk
online Zoom format | unlimited class size | breakout discussion groups
Every story has a plot, with a beginning, middle and end. The beginning introduces the setting, the characters and the problem. The middle tells how the characters react to the problem. The end usually solves the problem. When thinking about your faith, what's your story? What's your beginning, middle and end? How can you tell your story along with God's story to others?
Resource for this study: CEB Women's Bible. This bible offers an invitation to a deeper conversation with sidebar articles written by biblical scholars, pastors, and leaders who equip faith communities with the knowledge and love of scripture. Writers who tell stories about human experience of life together in relationship. Each week, a contributor who authored an article will join us to share her story!
For questions about "Story" fall bible study for women call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
Wednesdays, 6:30 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. We have four sessions of this small group available:
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.
You must register in advance for in person classes. Due to Covid-19 guidelines, classes are limited and may require weekly registration.
Breakfast and Bible Study
20-30’s|Singles and Couples | 9:00am | 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, an online meeting invitation, or to register to attend on campus in Leawood.
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, an online meeting invitation, or to register to attend on campus in Leawood.
Faith and Fellowship
55-70's | Singles & Couples | 9:00am | 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 1st and 3rd 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 | 9:00 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 | 9:00am | 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 |9:00 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 |10:30am | 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 | 7:00pm | 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.
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, Sept. 21 - Nov. 30, 6:30-8pm. We are meeting online.
For questions about Alpha Online | Fall 2020 call Stephani Holmes at 913-544-0286, 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.
Our classes will start the week of Sept. 7th and utilize Zoom for online meetings
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.
Registration for the 2020/2021 sessions is now open.
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 in online to experience teaching, meaningful discussion, and great connection among others seeking to know more about God through the study of Scripture. Classes will meet using Zoom.
For questions about Live Bible Study call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
Join other men for thought-provoking talks, discussions and fellowship.Men's Fellowship is currently studying "I Believe in the Gospel of Jesus" written by Jeff Kirby on Tuesday mornings from 7:00-8:00 am. This class will be online using the Zoom platform. To sign up for Men's Fellowship, register below.
For questions about The Fellowship call Jeff Kirby at (913) 544-0736, 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.
For more information about United Methodist Women, visit 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.
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.
November 3 at 10 an
December 1 at 10 am
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.
October 8 at 7 pm
November 12 at 7 pm
December 8 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.
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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