Continue to explore the Journeys and Stories of Catholicism and Methodism with Dr. Joe Tortorici as he presents major documents of the II Vatican Council, and the Joint Declarations of Doctrinal Agreements between Methodists and Roman Catholics.
For questions about Journeys and Stories: Catholicism and Methodism, Part 2 call Ann Oades at (913) 232-4162, or email using the form below.
Are you longing to grow spiritually? What are your next steps on the journey to becoming a deeply committed Christian? Whether you are new to the church or a long-time Christian, this 3-week course is for you. Explore God's big picture for the world, embrace the message and mission of Jesus and engage in the great commandments – to love God and love others.
Embark assists you with the "why" of our church's mission, the "what" of your next steps and the "how" of your participation with God's plan in the world.
Tuesday Grow Night: May 14–28, 2019
6:30–8:30 pm, Room B206
For questions about Embark: A Journey Toward Knowing, Loving and Serving God and Others call Michelle Kirby at (913) 544-0232, or email using the form below.
Meet Your Bible is an overview study designed primarily for people who are new to reading the Bible. All sections are led by Darrell Holtz. This class is 7 weeks. Walk-ins are welcome!
We’ll use the CEB (Common English Bible) Study Bible (offered to all new Resurrection members for free) as the basis for this study, but this class will be helpful no matter which translation and study Bible you use. Learn about different Bible translations and the wide range of tools available to help you understand the Bible. Explore how the Old Testament launches God’s “big story” of redemption and how the New Testament carries on that story. Understand how law, history, poetry and prophecy fit together and how letters, gospels and the vision of Revelation each do their part in carrying God's story to its triumphant completion.
Tuesday Grow Night: March 26 – May 21
6:30–8:30 pm, Room B158
For questions about Meet Your Bible call Darrell Holtz at (913) 544-0274, or email using the form below.
Cultivate is a three-week course designed to help reduce feelings of fear and to encourage and equip you for a lifestyle of sharing our faith and communicating the Gospel, in winsome, generous and loving ways.
Join Chris Folmsbee, Minister of Adult Discipleship, and get practical tools for inspired, meaningful, and relational conversations about the Christian faith with neighbors, co-workers, family and friends.
Cultivate will guide you in your commitment to living out the story of Jesus in everyday life.
For questions about Cultivate: Developing a Lifestyle of Sharing Your Faith Stories call Ann Oades at (913) 232-4162, or email using the form below.
Financial Peace University helps you make the right decisions with your money so you can accomplish your financial goals. FPU gives you the biblical and practical skills you need to be able to walk in financial peace!
Nearly 3,000 Resurrection members and guests have benefited from taking Financial Peace University, and hundreds of thousands of lives have been changed nationwide. This is a wonderful, exciting opportunity to learn how to better handle the financial resources you’ve been blessed with. (Please note that participants are not required to disclose or share personal financial information.)
Each 2-hour class consists of financial lessons taught via video by Dave Ramsey over a 9-week period. Through the entertaining presentations and class discussion, the course covers these essential life-changing topics:
Like the Apostle Paul, John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, encouraged financial stewardship and generosity in all ways, and through all means: "Earn all you can, save all you can, give all you can."
Wesley preached, "Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can."
Nearly 3,000 participants in Financial Peace University at Resurrection have:
For questions about Financial Peace University call Jina Lindsay at (913) 544-0735, or email using the form below.
A small group for Christians who want to confront topics of biblical & social justice in today’s headlines through a study of relevant scripture, UMC Position Papers, Book of Discipline, Pastoral letters, and other materials.
For questions about Topics in Social Justice call David Lytle at 913-787-1278, or email using the form below.
Each month offers a book title to read, with a discussion held the first Tuesday of the following month in an AM group (10-11:30 am) or PM Grow Night (7-8:30 pm). Most books can be found at a local library or in the church bookstore.
This month's selection to begin reading now and discuss on the date below:
For questions about Tuesday Book Club (Women's Ministry) call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
Put your faith into action through this creative, supportive ministry as you share in the joy of children connecting with their mothers or grandmothers, and inmates learning and growing with their children.
Join in the collection of items Ditty Bags on April 27, 10 am in Narthex, Bldg A
Sponsored by United Methodist Women, learn more at cor.org/umw.
For questions about Ministry to Incarcerated Families call Michelle Funk at (913) 544-0771, or email using the form below.
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