We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Starting your day by digging into God's word is just as important! Come and hang out with Dave MaGee, Director of Student Ministries, bright and early on Thursdays, during the school year, for Breakfast & Bible Study. Bring your Bible and your friends!
The Vision: To mobilize students for the renewal of the Church.
Discover your passion. Discover your impact.
Leader Collective is for confirmed students in grades 8-12, who identify themselves as leaders. Whether their path lies in ministry as a career, social work, counseling, law, healthcare or lay leaders in the church, Leader Collective will place each student on an individual path to explore their leader potential. Mentors will provide support, encouragement, resources and options for these students.
We are committed to developing leadership through experiential learning and creating an authentic Christian community where students seek to discern and discover God's direction for their lives.
For questions about Leader Collective call Taylor Ogden Thomas at (913) 544-0216, or email using the form below.
In Confirmation, a group of students join together to explore who Christ is, what it means to know Jesus through a life-long relationship and how we can follow Jesus as United Methodists. Confirmation is not simply a “rite of passage” or just a class to complete. It is a step in a life-long journey of pursuing the height, depth and width of God’s love and making a vow to live in relationship with Jesus for the rest of our lives!
For questions about Confirmation call Teri Chalker at (913) 544-0287, or email using the form below.
Depression, Anxiety, Unhealthy Relationships, Substance Abuse, Loneliness, Hurts and Habits
Looking for a safe place to talk through tough stuff? Seeking to learn more about yourself? Propel may be the place for you!
Teenagers today face and deal with some of the toughest stuff from anxiety and depression to unhealthy relationships, substance abuse and other potential hurts and habits. PROPEL offers a safe and nonjudgmental small group environment with lessons that pertain directly to situations high school students deal with on a daily basis. Through open discussion, the Bible, games and activities, high school students can learn to make healthy decisions and strive to live a joyful life.
Propel meets Wednesday nights (beginning September 20th) from 6:30-8pm in Room C045, lower level, Building C. Students will then have the opportunity to join High School rezlife youth group from 8-8:45pm for worship and large group time in the Student Center (upper level, Building C).
For questions about Propel for High School call Victoria Green at (913) 544-0721, or email using the form below.
Rezlife worship bands lead worship for both Wednesday night youth groups, Sunday School and Sunday morning Confirmation classes. Many bands practice once a week in addition to rehearsal before the start of their ministry programs.
Auditions are held every fall, usually near the end of August or very early September. Students are asked to come prepared with a pre-selected worship song to perform vocally or play on their chosen instrument. Pre-registration is required to receive a specific audition slot.
2018-19 rezlife Band Auditions: Check back mid-August for more information.
For questions about Rezlife Band call Nick Kaufmann at (913) 232-4195, or email using the form below.
Youth Group students enjoy music at the beginning of the 11:00 service in the Sanctuary on Sunday mornings. After the scripture reading, the students move to a classroom, Room B201, to engage in fellowship and Sunday school lessons.
For questions about Matthew's Ministry Youth Group call Jennifer Ross at (913) 544-0295, or email using the form below.
Our handbell choir for differently-abled individuals is composed of high school and adult members, ages 14 and above. Ringers do not have to be able to read music. Sonflower Ringers use a music scroll system for making their music.
All interested members must meet with Beverly Williamson prior to their first rehearsal. Beverly may be reached by email or home phone: (913) 548-2729.
For questions about Sonflower Ringers call Jennifer Ross at (913) 544-0295, or email using the form below.
Come be a part of an awesome group of 6th - 12th graders who share the word of God through music as we travel, serve in mission settings and lead worship. Whether you are an accomplished soloist, a member of your school choir or if you just love to sing, there is a place for you at Resurrection.
We spend lots of time getting to know each other - so making new friends is easy! In addition to learning music that challenges us musically and spiritually. As a part of CORis, you will learn correct vocal technique that will make you a better singer both at church and at school - even if you have never sung before.
We sing in worship each month, go on retreats, sing outside of Resurrection and tour every June on our annual Mission Trip. We love to sing together, eat together, travel together and strengthen our relationship with God and with each other through music, fellowship and service.
Students from all over Kansas City join us (church membership at Resurrection is not a requirement) to come together for rehearsal every week.
Dates: Early June, 2018
We will will travel by charter bus and spend the week singing in outreach mission locations (homeless shelters, retirement homes), doing hands on mission work. The destination for Mission Trip 2018 will be announced in early September, 2017.
Singers and Parent Sponsors are needed.
For questions about CORis Youth Choir call Joyce Blakesley at (913) 544-0200, or email using the form below.
The Rez Youth Orchestra-Handbells are three groups: Orchestra, High School Handbells and Middle School Handbells. These groups rehearse separately, then combine to lead worship, perform outreach, have fun together, develop friendships, grow in our faith and go on a fantastic mission trip in June. There are no auditions for these groups, and they are open to all students in 6th-12th grades.
You do not have to be a Resurrection member to participate in these groups. We are dedicated to building a music program to grow your faith and for serving God with your musical talents.
For questions about the Youth Orchestra, please contact Troy Armstrong.
For questions about Handbells, please contact Gwen Gepford.
For questions about Youth Orchestra & Handbells call Gwen Gepford at (913) 544-0217, or email using the form below.
Adult mentors and junior mentors (high school students who have been through confirmation) are needed to journey alongside the Confirmands. Confirmation is truly a life changing experience for these students, and their mentor is their guide, encourager, cheerleader, and coach along the way.
You and your co-mentors will lead a small group of students through the provided curriculum. Training and all supplies provided- Mentor training is on Sept. 35th in room C050 5:30-7:30pm. Dinner will be provided.
We are not looking for people with all the answers but someone who will help these young people find their own. Kids can never have to many caring adults in their life.
If you have a student in confirmation you can choose whether you'd like to mentor them.
Confirmation for the 2018-19 School year is on Sundays from 10:40 am - 12:15 pm in Student Center Building C.
For questions about Confirmation Mentor contact Teri Chalker at (913) 544-0287, 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 the team of drivers and volunteers that keep the bookmobile rolling and help kids select books to keep and enjoy.
Drivers typically serve for 4-5 hours during regular business hours and occasionally some evenings and weekends. Serve as often or as little as your schedule allows. Must be 21 years of age with good driving record. Please contact email@example.com to learn more about driving our bookmobile.
Bookmobile volunteers help students in need select a "just right" book they can keep and add to their home libraries. Contact Ann Carter to learn how you can serve with the Resurrection Bookmobile.
To get involved, please plan to attend an upcoming Urban Volunteer Training and complete the Safe Gatherings application process. More information & upcoming dates are available on our Urban Volunteer Training page.
Have books to donate? New or gently used books for grades K-6 are in great need. Please consider dropping them off in the donation area just inside the SW doors of the Leawood narthex in the bins marked "education".
For questions about Bookmobile contact Roberta Lyle at (913) 544-0254, or email using the form below.
We take safety and accountability very seriously, so all of our volunteers who work with children, students, persons with special needs, or our seniors, or who participate with our partner schools, serve trips, or as a Congregational Care Minister are required to become certified by the Safe Gatherings program.
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