We love having guests and want your first experience at KiDSCOR to be awesome!
The first time your child participates in weekends at KiDSCOR, we suggest arriving 20 minutes before the service starts. When you arrive, stop by the KiDSCOR Welcome Center in Building A. To save time before the service, pre-register your child now.
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Come join KiDSCOR on Wednesday nights!
Elementary students will love our new Wednesday night program created just for them called ZONE. Kids will come together and make new friends and grow in their love and understanding of Jesus through worship, games, and snacks. Join us on Wednesdays from 6:15-7:45!
Students will be divided into three distinct age groups based on grade, K-1, 2-3, and 4-5. Each group will be custom designed for its' age group and offer unique experiences for the kids.
A family meal will be offered each week before ZONE. Join us at 5:30 pm in The Foundry. Cost is $5 per person and children in 5th grade and below eat free!
There is no fee to come to ZONE but we would love for you to register to help us with our planning. Children do not have to attend every week; just come when you are able! Feel free to invite a friend whenever you’d like! REGISTER KIDS FOR ZONE!
When kids arrive for ZONE they will check in using the computer check-in screens and then proceed to their designated areas. See the specifics for each group below.
Check In Room B206/Check Out is Self-Release
Z45 is the all new ZONE just for upper elementary pre-teens (4th and 5th grades). Our nights together will include fun games, epic snacks, worship time, small group Bible Studies, and some fun field trips!
We can do more together!
We need volunteers to provide the safe, welcoming environment our elementary students deserve. Join us for the fun! If you are in middle school or older we can find a spot for you. Serve every week or specific dates, you pick. Here are some of the options.
Want more information about our Family Night programming? See what classes are offered for adults and teens. Check to see what's for dinner! CLICK HERE FOR FAMILY NIGHT INFO
For questions about ZONE - Mid-week Fun for Elementary Kids call Nick Ransom at (913) 544-0759, or email using the form below.
2018-19 school year enrollment going on now!
KiDSCOR Early Learning Program is an early childhood education program designed for children ages 2-5. It is supportive of each child's spiritual, physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth.
The High Scope early childhood curriculum is implemented in the program. Through a variety of developmentally appropriate experiences in art, music and movement, science, literature and math, children learn what they need to know and be able to do to be successful lifelong learners.
Our emphasis is on helping each child discover his/her interests and abilities. The teaching staff provides a warm, nurturing environment where each child can grow in confidence knowing that she is safe and loved. Classes are large enough to provide children with opportunities to make friends, and small enough to give each child individual attention.
Learning what it means to be a Christian is incorporated into weekly chapel times and throughout the school day as teachers expose the children to prayers, Bible stories and songs. Christian principles are woven into the fabric of every day and every interaction among children and adults.
For questions about KiDSCOR Early Learning Program call Holly Fohlmeister at (913) 544-0726, or email using the form below.
Encourage early learning and creativity in your children through the sheer joy of music and movement. Kindermusik allows children to explore the world in a secure, stimulating environment, filling them with a sense of curiosity and the delight of self-expression.
We offer three sessions each year: Fall, Winter/Spring and Summer. The Fall and Winter/Spring sessions are 13 weeks each, and the Summer Session is 8 weeks. You may join a session at any time, if space is available, for a prorated cost. Enroll in Winter classes now! To enroll late in our current semester, please email Jenny Nehrbass for an enrollment link and the pro-rated fee.
For more information about the Kindermusik program at Resurrection Leawood, download our Program Guidelines.
Cost for the 13 week fall session is $140 for Foundations, Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3. These all include 3 sets of home material curriculums. Classes are 45 minutes.
Cost for the Level 5, Kindermusik for the Young Child, is $210. This class will be 15 weeks in length and each class is 75 minutes. This includes your home materials.
You may cancel registration for a refund minus $15 until the start of classes. After classes begin, there are no cancellations.
Winter classes are beginning soon. Download the winter class schedule here or browse below.
Cuddle, bounce, and bop with your baby in Kindermusik's newest curriculum. Whether your baby is five weeks or five months, this class will be perfect for you!
With age-appropriate activities for newborns, infants and crawlers, this parent-child music and movement class will help you strengthen those early parent-child bonds, understand your baby’s development, and heavily focus on child development and communication with your baby. You and your baby will enjoy instrument play, dance, exploration time, and together time—and you’ll get expert advice and parenting resources based on the most recent research in baby development.
Get ready to sing, play, and move with your little one in this high-energy music class designed to be just right for children under two years of age. This Kindermusik curriculum focuses on your child's beginning movement, helping to build the muscles your baby needs to walk, and vocal development, helping to nurture your child’s speaking and singing voice.
With a mix of both parent-child joint activities and child-focused activities, you’ll be able to join right in on all the singing and dancing while also getting the chance to observe how your older baby or toddler learns on her own. Embark on Kindermusik’s fun new exploration of singing, swaying, laughing, and playing through Sing & Play, a just-right mix of early-childhood vocal play and language development, together time, and music and movement activities!
This music-filled class celebrates the unique joys of your growing child. Each week your child will love singing, dancing, and playing instruments with you and her new friends and you’ll love helping her practice a wide variety of abilities such as gross and fine motor skills, turn-taking, social skills, and active listening.
In class, we’ll also share tips and ideas for using music throughout the week. Plus, the fun (and learning!) continue with the Kindermusik home materials, including music from class, musical activities, and each month’s story.
Each week in class we combine your preschooler’s natural love of music, storytelling, and imaginative play with age-appropriate activities that introduce early music concepts and foster independence, social and emotional skills, language growth, and self-control. We also connect you with other parents who share in the wonder of parenting a preschooler. Parents join class for the final activities.
The Kindermusik home materials bring the music, activities, and each month’s story everywhere you go. The repetition enhances the learning—and the fun!
Young Child prepares the young child who is eager for first experiences with musical symbols and instrument discovery but is not yet ready for formal lessons and traditional music reading with an instrument. It is grouped into four 15-week semesters. While each semester builds on the previous, there is sufficient review for new students to be added each semester.
Enrollment includes developmentally appropriate curriculum for children ages 5 to 7 years in a 60- to 70-minute class (caregivers attend the last 10-15 minutes). One set of Home Materials comes with a children’s folder with stickers and Music At Home cards, Family Songbook, instrument (wind, string, or pre-keyboard instrument depending on the semester), CD of music from class, canvas bag (during first semester) and games bag.
Here's what a parent and child will experience in class:
Class times for Level 5:
For questions about Kindermusik call Jenny Nehrbass at (913) 544-0752, or email using the form below.
Matthew's Ministry is Resurrection's awareness, outreach and support ministry for persons of all ages with special needs and their families. It is our desire to show the love of God to all people and to incorporate them into the life of the church.
Our purpose is to support, empower and encourage individuals of all abilities to become deeply committed Christians by knowing, loving and serving God.
For questions about Matthew's Ministry for Individuals with Special Needs call Jennifer Ross at (913) 544-0295, or email using the form below.
Angel Care Providers are available at Sunday 10:45 am and 5 pm worship services. We invite all individuals with special needs to attend for quality care during worship service. We also provide one-on-one, individual care for participants, allowing them to join classroom activities or interact solely with Angel Care Providers.
For more information, contact Matthew's Ministry at 913-544-0295 or email Jennifer Ross.
For questions about Angel Care call Jennifer Ross at (913) 544-0295, or email using the form below.
KiDSCHOIR is for children who are in Preschool (age 4 prior to Sept. 1) thru 5th grade. KiDSCHOIR costs $15 per family per year. The family discount works only when a parent registers multiple children PRIOR to checkout. Discount will not be applied if children are registered and checked out separately.
Rehearsals are held (choose one):
(if you are coming at 10:15 please come to the Commons Entrance, Building B & check-in for choir. Someone from KiDSCHOIR will open the door for you!)
For questions about Children's Music & Choirs call Lin Sanford at (913) 544-0279, or email using the form below.
New and experienced ringers, join a great group of kids who have an awesome time on Sundays learning to read music, making a joyful noise and hanging out with friends! All 3-5th graders are welcome!
We practice from 4-4:50 pm in Building A, the robe room behind the sanctuary. We play for the children's Christmas Eve & Easter service plus out in the Narthex twice a year. Our big highlight visiting and playing for an assisted living facility!
For questions about Children's Handbells call Lin Sanford at (913) 544-0279, or email using the form below.
Resurrection Music Academy offers world-class music education in a Christian environment. Our instructors have a long history of producing professional musicians both in the church and marketplace, and many of our students are now serving in various ministries at Church of the Resurrection as well as in other ministries.
We offer private lessons, semi-private lessons (two students), and class lessons (three or more students). Lessons are offered for ages 7 and up – no previous music experience is necessary!
We offer lessons on the following rhythm section instruments:
Resurrection Music Academy has four lesson blocks per year. Each lesson block is 12 weeks long. Enrollment is offered at any time during the 12-week lesson block for private and semi-private lessons.
Rhythm and keys is a basic music class designed specifically for beginners. Students will learn rhythm and music literacy. This program gives students a head-start into the Resurrection Music Academy after completing the one year course.
There are Rhythm and Keys classes for students ages 7-8, 9-10, and 11-12. Classes meet once a week for 40 minutes and are divided into two 20 minute interactive sessions.
We require payment in full at the beginning of each lesson block and we only accept checks for tuition payments.
For more information about Resurrection Music Academy or to enroll, please contact Kevin Rogers at email@example.com.
For questions about Resurrection Music Academy call Kevin Rogers at (913) 232-4179, or email using the form below.
Imagine serving in a racially and socio-economically diverse area. Imagine caring for people from all walks of life. Imagine a place and time where you and your 3rd grader can grow to know, love and serve God more fully and grow together to become more deeply committed Christians.
KiDSCOR is taking eight 3rd grade students and one parent each on a wonderful journey of mission and discovery!
We plan to:
The cost for a parent/child team is $525 This trip is not tax-deductible.
This cost includes:
This cost does not include:
Please note, we only have spots available for eight kids and one parent/legal guardian each. With the exception of multiples (twins, triplets, etc.), no siblings will be allowed on the trip and only one parent/legal guardian may attend for each child.
Submitting an application does not secure a spot on the trip. Applications that meet all criteria will be considered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Please email Rev. Lisa Holliday with any questions. Thank you!
For questions about Third Grade Faith Passage Mission Trip (St. Louis) March 22–25, 2019 - This trip is full! contact Lisa Holliday at (913) 544-0792, or email using the form below.
Imagine serving all of God’s creation! Imagine learning about and caring for God’s earth, animals and people! Imagine a place and time where you and your kindergartner can grow to know, love and serve God more fully and grow together to become more deeply committed Christians. KiDSCOR is taking eight kindergarten students and one parent/guardian each on a wonderful journey of mission and discovery!
On this trip, we plan to:
This trip costs $290 per parent/child team and is not tax-deductible.
This price includes:
It does not include:
Please note, we only have spots available for eight kids and one parent/legal guardian each. With the exceptions of multiples (twins, triplets, etc.), no siblings will be allowed on the trip and only one parent/legal guardian may attend for each child.
Submitting an application does not secure a spot on the trip. Applications that meet all criteria will be considered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Please contact Stacy Bartolich with any questions. Thank you!
For questions about Kindergarten Faith Passage Mission Trip (Omaha) April 5-7, 2019 - THIS TRIP IS FULL! contact Lisa Holliday at (913) 544-0792, or email using the form below.
June 3 - 8, 2019
Imagine serving as God’s hands and feet in the largest and most racially and ethnically diverse city in the country.
Imagine sharing God’s love with people who are undernourished, homeless, and lonely.
Imagine a place and time where you and your fifth grader can grow to know, love and serve God more fully and grow together to become more deeply committed Christians.
KiDSCOR is taking eight (8) fifth grade students and one parent each on the journey of a lifetime!
*Visit the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and area neighborhoods to learn about immigration and other cultures.
*Serve in a food pantry, a homeless shelter, a neighborhood feeding program and a community garden where we will use our hands and feet to help others in need.
*Visit the World Trade Center Memorial, the Museum of Jewish Heritage and other sites to learn how we can be people of God’s love, peace and grace in the world.
*Worship at a Jewish synagogue.
cost for a parent/child team is $1,300.00 based on two parent/child teams (four people) per room.
This trip is not tax-deductible.
Six days/five nights in New York City
Overnight accommodations at the Comfort Inn (or a similar hotel) near Times Square based on four people per room. Each parent and child will share a room with another parent/ child team of the same gender. (People will be matched on a first-come first-serve basis. If the gender split does not turn out evenly, one parent/child team may need to have their own room, in which case their cost would increase by approximately $800. That parent/child team would be notified as soon as possible and they would be able to determine whether or not they would like their application considered.)
Full breakfast each morning at the hotel
Subway transportation within New York City
Entrance fees for museums and Statue of Liberty ferry
Seminar/site expenses for our United Methodist partners in New York City
This cost does not include:
Airfare to and from New York City (or Newark, NJ)
Transportation to and from airport to hotel (estimated cost $75 round trip total)
Lunch, snacks and dinner (estimated cost $25-30 per person/per day)
Please note, we only have spots available for eight kids and one parent/legal guardian each. Except in the case of multiples (twins, triplets, etc.) within a family, no siblings will be allowed on the trip and only one parent/legal guardian may attend for each child.
*Participants must be able to walk 6-8 miles each day at a brisk pace.
Submitting an application does not secure a spot on the trip. Applications that meet all criteria will be considered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please contact Rev. Lisa Holliday in KiDSCOR at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Thank you!
For questions about Fifth Grade Faith Passage Mission Trip (New York City) June 3-8, 2019 - This trip is full! contact Lisa Holliday at (913) 544-0792, or email using the form below.
Be the hands and feet of Christ for our kids. Serve in our infant and toddler classrooms during worship or throughout the week. One-time and scheduled interval commitments available.
Together we can welcome all of God's children!
(After clicking Register Now below, if prompted, click Register as a Guest to access the volunteer application form.)
For questions about KiDSCOR Nursery & Childcare Volunteer contact Rachel Fetters at (913) 544-0239, or email using the form below.
Join us at Vacation Bible Camp this summer! Camp will be June 10-14 from 12:30-3:30 for elementary aged children.
Our greatest need is for adult volunteers (18 and up!) to serve in classrooms for kindergarten-5th grade.
Adult volunteers - Where will you serve this year? We have spots for people of all ages from behind the scenes, greeting, recreation, craft, as well as classroom volunteers. Benefits of volunteering at camp:
Youth volunteers – If you are a current 6th – 12th grader we’d love your help! There are limited spots available, be sure to register early! You can help in activity rotations (craft, science, missions or recreation) or in the classrooms.
For questions about Vacation Bible Camp Volunteers contact Gail Gunnerson at (913) 544-0757, or email using the form below.
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