At Resurrection, our purpose is to build a Christian community where non-religious and nominally religious people are becoming deeply committed Christians. This means being the kind of place where everyone can feel at home. For our sisters, brothers, and others in the LGBTQ community, we host several gatherings with a variety of goals.
Maybe you’re looking for a small group to help you dive deeper into your faith. Maybe you’re looking for resources to help you better understand, connect with and care for friends and family. Maybe you just want 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.
Gay Women Abiding is both a community and a small group. We have a fall and spring Bible study where we grow in Christ together. These six session studies vary in topics and materials, and members are asked to try to commit to attendance during the semester they choose to participate. We also have general social events (Coffee in the Park, pot lucks, the Big Picnic at the Nelson, Holiday Party, etc.) These are open to all GWA members, not just those in the Bible study. Most of these community building social events occur during the summer or Holidays.
In response to community health concerns, we have use Zoom, when warranted, to continue meeting or studying together. Otherwise, we meet in person for socials and Bible studies. Our members are all ages and situations in life and all women from our diverse LGBTQIA spectrum are welcome.
For more information, reach out to Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about Gay Women Abiding call Shannon Dyer , or email using the form below.
Build faith through fellowship and study. Guys and Yahweh provides space for gay Christian men to connect and share in the journey of knowing, loving and serving God and others. Through fellowship, study, worship and service, our small group will strengthen the spiritual discovery and growth of each participant. It is our hope those who have been hurt by previous experiences or have limited church exposure will find a welcome place in our group. As we share the story of our lives with others and see more clearly how our story connects with the larger story of God’s redemptive activity, we make progress toward the goal of becoming deeply committed Christians.
We normally meet on a weekly basis: Monday evenings from 6:30-8pm at the Church of the Resurrection, Overland Park location. More info is on our Meetup site https://www.meetup.com/Guys-and-Yahweh/. We also offer a Zoom option for those who don't feel comfortable meeting in person.
For more information, please email Ryan Conrad.
For questions about Guys and Yahweh: Gay Men Small Groups call Ryan Conrad at N/A, or email using the form below.
We will be meeting in person starting September 15.
True Colors offers a safe and respectful environment where we can celebrate our authentic selves, create community in which to explore a more profound faith, topics specific to the LGBT community, and build deep and meaningful relationships.
For more information, email Andy Huggins.
For questions about True Colors: an LGBT and Allies Community Group call Andy Huggins , or email using the form below.
RETURNING SOON - SPRING 2022
High school students are invited to grow in their faith alongside others who identify as LGBTQ. The group meets on Wednesdays at 7 pm, both by Zoom and in person (hybrid). This group is led by Care Ministers and specialized student care volunteers.
For more information, email Tyler Walkenshaw.
For questions about LGBTQ Small Group for High School Students call Ashley Morgan Kirk at (913) 544-0715, or email using the form below.
Rev. Adam Hamilton - January 2020
As part of this sermon series focused on the concerns of young adults in the church, we turn to the gospels to see what Jesus would say about diversity and inclusion.
Rev. Adam Hamilton and Dr. Hillary McBride - February 2019
Author/therapist Hillary McBride joins Pastor Adam Hamilton to discuss the science of human sexuality, the importance of attachment, fear of the other, and the impact faith communities have had on LGBTQ persons.
Rev. Adam Hamilton - February 2019
Pastor Adam discusses the Special Session of the General Conference regarding paragraphs in the UMC Book of Discipline concerning human sexuality.
Rev. Adam Hamilton - May 2017
As part of this sermon series focused on human sexuality, Pastor Adam talks about God’s love LGBTQ people, and key biblical ideas for healthy intimate relationships.
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