Resurrection Leawood's Adult Sunday school classes meet weekly, representing all ages and life stages. Groups meet during the 9:15 am or 11 am worship services. All groups are open to visitors. Please explore the list below for more details.
Childcare is available in Building A/B, 10 minutes prior to and 10 minutes following worship services.
For assistance with Sunday morning group connections, please contact email@example.com or 913-544-0717.
For questions about Adult Sunday School Groups call Shari Wilkins at (913) 544-0717, or email using the form below.
How quickly could you locate important personal information and documents if an emergency occurred?
Do your loved ones know where to find your personal and financial records if something were to happen to you?
Is it a challenge for you to find essential documents when needed because they are stored in different locations or you’ve forgotten where you put them?
This 3-session class is designed for all ages so that you can take important steps to getting your personal information organized. You’ll receive a Binder for Life and we’ll help you with a plan to compile all your critical information and documents in one place. We’ll help you determine what you need and why you need it.
Each class will cover key areas and you’ll start building your Binder For Life so you and your loved ones are prepared for unexpected events, medical emergencies and end-of-life matters. Please invite your non-Resurrection friend or family member.
$15 due at time of registration.
For questions about Binder for Life (Personal & Financial Organizer) call Shari Wilkins at (913) 544-0717, or email using the form below.
“In 'The Second Mountain', David Brooks explores the four commitments that define a life of meaning and purpose: to a spouse and family, to a vocation, to a philosophy or faith, and to a community. Our personal fulfillment depends on how well we choose and execute these commitments. Brooks looks at a range of people who have lived joyous, committed lives, and who have embraced the necessity and beauty of dependence. He gathers their wisdom on how to choose a partner, how to pick a vocation, how to live out a philosophy, and how we can begin to integrate our commitments into one overriding purpose.”
For questions about "The Second Mountain" Book Study call Shari Wilkins at (913) 544-0717, or email using the form below.
Resurrection’s Building Better Grandparents seeks to provide opportunities to connect with grandchildren and other grandparents in a Christian community. If you’re a grandparent, you belong here.
BBG will sponsor social activities for grandparents and their grandchildren to enjoy shared experiences together. Mission and outreach events will teach the value of caring for others. Grandparents with grandkids of all ages will grow through educational opportunities with topics especially tailored to the needs and questions of grandparents.
Join Building Better Grandparents on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Classes include a speaker and table discussion on topics that are geared towards grandparents.
September 10 • Generational Differences • Chris Folmsbee, Director of Adult Discipleship, will provide insight on the common generational difference between you and your grandchildren.
October 8 • Active Listening • James Cochran, Director of Counseling Ministries, will teach you how to become a more active listener.
November 12 • Faith Traditions For the Holidays Rev. Lisa Holliday, Minister to Children and Families, and Denise Mersmann will lead us on a journey to discover new holiday traditions that will impart your faith to your grandkids.
December 10 • Preserving Meaningful Memories Photographer Helen Ransom will guide a Discovery of how you can catalog and preserve your most precious memories
Register for all 4 classes for $20 or separate classes for $7 each.
You will choose which dates/times you want to attend on the registration page.
Follow the links below to learn about some of the ministries that you can get involved in and begin serving in the local community or around the world:
Flourish furnishes hope to those in need by collecting, preparing and distributing donated furnishings and home essentials, transforming the lives of program participants, donors and servants into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ. We seek to offer a 'hand up' by meeting the household furnishings needs in Kansas City's urban and suburban communities through donated resources.
Resurrection's Furnishings Ministry seeks to ensure that no child or adult has to live in a home without adequate furniture, and to lead the effort in recycling usable household furnishings.
Please visit the furnishings ministry page for details about all of the available volunteer opportunities.
Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV) For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
For questions about Furnishings Ministry Volunteer Opportunities contact Resurrection Furnishings , or email using the form below.
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Crossroads and Small Group Program DirectorShari joined the staff of Church of the Resurrection in 2003, where she serves as Program Director for Adult Sunday school and Crossroads Ministries. She has a passion for helping people find meaning and purpose at any age but is particularly focused on those ages... Keep Reading
Pastor of Crossroads MinistryAngie joined staff in September of 2018. On staff, Angie designs programming to help people ages 50+ live the second half of life with significance and joy. She also leads the Grandparenting Ministries, which provides opportunities to connect with grandchildren and... Keep Reading
Shari joined the staff of Church of the Resurrection in 2003, where she serves as Program Director for Adult Sunday school and Crossroads Ministries. She has a passion for helping people find meaning and purpose at any age but is particularly focused on those ages 50+.
Shari and her husband have 3 daughters and 12 amazing grandchildren. In her free time Shari loves connecting with family and friends, traveling and enjoying the great outdoors. She also enjoys challenging herself and others to walk at least 1,000-miles a year.
Contact Shari Wilkins at (913) 544-0717
or email using the form below.
Angie joined staff in September of 2018. On staff, Angie designs programming to help people ages 50+ live the second half of life with significance and joy. She also leads the Grandparenting Ministries, which provides opportunities to connect with grandchildren and other grandparents in a Christian community.
Angie is an ordained United Methodist Elder – having served in the Tucson area from 1999-2017. She earned a Master of Divinity degree from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University, a Bachelor of Social Work degree at Arizona State University, and is currently in the Doctor of Ministry program at Saint Paul School of Theology.
Angie loves to work out early in the morning, hang out with her kids, and travel to new places. On top of this, Angie has a husband, 6 kids, a live-in sister, and a rescue dog.
Contact Angie McCarty at (913) 544-0724
or email using the form below.
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