Care Night

We have classes and groups every Thursday evening to connect you with the support and care you need.

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Welcome to Care Night!

Join us Thursdays in the Foundry for dinner followed by classes, worship & communion that pertain directly to the care and keeping of you. We offer classes on relationships, emotional wellness, and a variety of other topics. Our Support Groups include Resources for Recovery, Divorce Recovery, Grief Support, Job Seekers and more.

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Care Night Schedule and Menu

Dinner 5:30 pm | Classes 6:30 pm | Worship 7:30 pm

Meal is $5 per person. Children 5th grade & under eat free.

Dinner Menu ~ May 23 (subject to change):

  • Smoked turkey breasts, oven roasted potatoes with vegetables, green bean casserole, dinner rolls, coffee (reg/decaf), tea, water

PLEASE NOTE:  This summer, we will be offering two catered meals on the evenings of June 20th and July 11th.  On June 20th, we will have a special speaker sharing strategies for communicating through conflict.  On July 11th, we will focus on the topic of simplifying our lives.  Rather than serving a catered meal every Thursday evening, beginning May 30th, we will have cookies and beverages available before classes start at 6:30pm in the Commons area.  Most groups will continue to meet.  Recovery Groups will begin at 7pm starting May 30th.  We will continue to offer communion in the Firestone Chapel for all groups.  Please connect with our Congregational Care office or Jennifer Creagar at 913-544-0739 or if you need financial resources or information on local food pantries.

Experts in Recovery Panel

Thursday, May 23rd, 6:30pm, Wesley Covenant Chapel (Building C)

Join us for an educational evening to unpack the misuse of opiates and how addiction impacts not only the person with a substance use disorder, but their families and friends. We will be joined by Tom Shaw and his wife, Kim, along with a panel of individuals sharing their experiences with opioids and the consequences that go along with them.

Experts In Recovery Panel

Five Essentials for a Resilient World

Thursday, May 23rd, 6:30pm, Room B206 (Building B)

So many people care about the health of the environment but feel lost or confused about what to do.  Come join Sami Aaron, founder of The Resilient Activist to learn five core concepts that are vital for a healthy and resilient planet.  You'll leave with ideas that will inspire you to make simple changes with a big impact knowing that you can make a powerful difference in caring for Earth.  This evening is co-sponsored by EarthCOR.

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Explore information about our Care Night support groups and classes through the categories below.

Resources for Recovery

Tired of reliving the same hurts or repeating the same mistakes? Learn how to get out of the hurts and habits holding you back.

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Grief Support

If you have lost a loved one, we want to walk with you through this journey of grief. We invite you to join us in one of our several grief support groups led by pastors, grief coaches and counselors.

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Employment Support

Find support, tips, leads, and encouragement for your employment search in these groups and classes.

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Health & Cancer Support

You are not alone in your medical journey. These are groups for those who are currently in the middle of health concerns or who have already been through them.

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Prayer Ministry

Prayer is an important part of our spiritual journey. We have many prayer resources at Resurrection Leawood: a mid-week prayer service, sacred spaces to pray, prayer classes, and pastors who will pray with you.

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LGBT Ministries

Join a safe place to learn, share, and grow. No matter where you are, we want to meet you there. You’re in the right place.

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Mental Health

We have opportunities for a variety of other needs, from classes on aging and life transitions to support groups for families of critically ill children.