The Fellowship is a study for men.
Join us for donuts, coffee, a thought-provoking talk and a time for discussion and fellowship.
The Fellowship is currently studying a course called The New Testament From 20,000 Feet written by Jeff Kirby. This is a 10 week survey of the books of the New Testament. Each session contain 3o minute teaching followed by a small group discussion.
For questions about The Fellowship call Jeff Kirby at (913) 544-0736, 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.
Interact with other men who understand. This ongoing group is designed to be a safe, confidential setting where men can share what it’s like to go through divorce. The class will include educational presentations and group discussion. Topics covered include loss and grief, stages of divorce, coping with anger, basic rights and needs, healthy relationships, effects on children, exploring forgiveness, negotiating the holidays and moving forward with confidence as we allow God to heal us.
This group is led by Congregational Care Ministers Terry Smith and Jim Cook.
We offer two ongoing support groups (one for men and one for women) on Thursdays evenings at for those affected by cancer.
1st Thursdays | 5:30-7 pm | Room B153
The Men's Cancer Support Group is a monthly ministry for men in all stages of cancer treatment. This ministry offers men emotional and spiritual support. This group is led by Congregational Care Minister David Contag.
4th Thursdays | 5:30-7 pm | Room B153
The Women's Cancer Prayer Support Group, or Glow Girls (God Loving Optimistic Women), is a monthly ministry for women who are currently experiencing cancer treatment or learning to adjust to life after treatment. The ministry offers women of all ages prayerful comfort, encouragement, support and the compassion of new friendships. God walks with us as we journey through cancer and we feel this presence as we travel through both dark valleys and bright meadows. This group is led by Congregational Care Minister Sharon Lovell.
Childcare is available for these classes. If you are interested in making a childcare reservation, please do so here.
Questions? Contact Cheryl.Greenough@cor.org or call 913.544.0238.
Job Seekers Prayer and Support, led by Congregational Care Minister and local business leader Elizabeth Allen, offers prayer, group support, encouragement and information during your career change. No registration necessary. Open to everyone.
Childcare is available for this event. If you are interested in making a childcare reservation, please do so here.
For questions about Job Seekers Prayer and Support call Jennifer Creagar at (913) 544-0739, or email using the form below.
Prison ministry is a richly rewarding experience where you get a front row seat to watch God change people’s lives. You can serve one on one with inmates or as part of a group of volunteers who seek to offer inspiration, transformation and to reflect the love of Jesus Christ. Opportunities exist for service and prayer, both inside and outside of correctional facilities.
According to the Kansas Correctional Association newsletter, “most prisoners come from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many have not completed high school. Many can barely read. Roughly one-third were unemployed before imprisonment. Another third had annual income of less than $5,000. Children of incarcerated parents have an increased risk of anxiety, depression, aggression, truancy, attention disorders and poor scholastic performance. African Americans are 7.8 times more likely to be imprisoned than whites, when convicted of the same crime.” (KCA Eagle, January 2008).
In-Prison @ Lansing Correctional Facility, KS (Men and Women can participate) – Monday & Thursday Nights
Help facilitate Alpha with inmates at Lansing Correctional Facility, Lansing KS. Classes meet weekly for a 14-week period. You can explore this serving opportunity without any commitment or required training. No previous Alpha participation is required. Contact Gerry Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In-Prison @ at the Johnson County DOC Adult Residential Center Facility in Gardner, KS (Men and Women) – Tuesday Nights
Help facilitate the Alpha course with inmates at the Johnson County DOC Adult Residential Center Facility in Gardner, KS. Classes meet weekly for a 12-week period in the spring and fall. No previous Alpha participation is required. Contact either: Gene Ronsick email@example.com or Gerry Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Note: there is generally a 2 week lead time for screenings to be complete for any visitors to these locations. Must be 18 years or older. Please see the calendar for specific dates.
In-Prison @ Leavenworth Federal Prison, Leavenworth KS, (Men & Women can participate)-Wednesday Nights
Help facilitate Alpha with inmates at Leavenworth Federal Prison, Leavenworth KS. Classes meet weekly for a 14-week period. You can explore this serving opportunity without any commitment or required training. No previous Alpha participation is required. Contact Gene Ronsick email@example.com
Provide one-on-one mentoring to inmates at the Lansing Correctional Facility in Lansing, KS. Mentors should have a deeply grounded personal faith, a willingness to be fully present to another person and an openness for personal growth. Mentoring takes place on your schedule. A 12-month commitment is required. Special KDOC training’s provided.
Contact Stewart Curtright at firstname.lastname@example.org
Provide one-on-one mentoring to inmates at the U.S. Penitentiary in Leavenworth, KS. Mentors should have a deeply grounded personal faith, a willingness to be fully present to another person and an openness for personal growth. Mentoring takes place on Monday afternoons, Tuesday evenings or Wednesday evenings. A 12 month commitment is required. Special training is provided.
Provide one-on-one mentoring to ex-female-inmates in the Kansas City Area who are working with the Kansas Department of Corrections. Mentors should have a deeply grounded personal faith, a willingness to be fully present to another person and an openness for personal growth. Mentoring takes place on your schedule and a 12-month commitment is required. Special KDOC training is provided.
Contact Stewart Curtright at email@example.com
Provide one-on-one mentoring to inmates at the Johnson County DOC Adult Residential Center Facility in Gardner, KS. Mentors should have a deeply grounded personal faith, a willingness to be fully present to another person and an openness for personal growth. A 12-month commitment is required. Special Johnson County DOC training provided.
"I was in prison and you came to visit me... Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me." (Matthew 25:36c, 40b)
For questions about New Day Prison Ministry contact Stewart Curtright at (913) 544-0710, or email using the form below.
Resurrection's Car Ministry provides repairs to cars owned by qualified individuals who have no other means of transportation and could otherwise not afford to get their vehicles repaired. Teams of skilled mechanics and mechanics-in-training perform the repairs at a donated professional facility.
If you are a member or regularly attend services at The Church of the Resurrection and are unable to pay for needed car repairs, contact Jennifer Creagar or call 913-544-0739.
If you are not a member and need car repairs, contact Roberta Lyle or call 913-544-0254.
Interested in volunteering in this ministry? Serve Tuesday or Thursday evenings in south Johnson County. No experience necessary. Contact Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For questions about Cars Ministry contact Roberta Lyle at (913) 544-0254, or email using the form below.
Each spring the men of Church of the Resurrection gather for a time of spiritual encouragement, friendship, worship and renewal. Relive the retreats by watching the inspiring video talks below.
Rev. Glen Shoup
Rev. Glen Shoup
13720 Roe Ave.
Leawood, KS 66224
24000 W. Valley Pkwy
Olathe, KS 66061
1601 Grand Blvd.
Kansas City, MO 64108
601 NE Jefferson St.
Blue Springs, MO 64014
8412 W. 95th St.
Overland Park, KS 66212
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