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May 28 2016 -
9:00am to 12:00pm

Show up and Serve

Thursday and Saturday mornings at My Father's House - Furnishings Ministry. Something for everyone with many projects to choose from. Please join opening meeting at 9am, or arrive as your schedule permits.  Click here for driving directions.

Sponsored by: 
Furnishings Ministry
May 28 2016 -
1:45pm to 5:00pm

Rez Riders DT

RezDowntown’s Bicycle Club is on the road again on Saturday afternoons!

Meet in the 1522 McGee parking lot at 1:45 pm to leave at 2. This will be a 90-minute, no-drop ride in the city. All levels of experience are welcome, and we will divide up if appropriate. We’ll stop for a snack before attending church together at 5:10 pm. (Clothing change optional.) Contact Marilyn Hutchinson to indicate your interest and to receive future notices. RezRiders facebook page (RezRidersDT) will post pictures.

Sponsored by: 
RezDT Community Life
May 28 2016 - 6:00pm to May 29 2016 - 7:00pm

Memorial Day Weekend

Boy Scouts are cooking for us following each service!

Saturday, May 28 - Hamburgers & Hotdogs served by the Boy Scouts, followed by a patriotic concert at 7:30.

Sunday, May 29 - Pancake Breakfast in the morning, Hamburgers & Hotdogs in the afternoon & evening.

Meals starting at $5 (children 4 and under, $3)

Join us for a wonderful evening of Patriotic Music featuring the Resurrection Choir and Orchestra, the CORis youth choir and featured soloists as we celebrate the music that made our country great May 28, at 7:30 pm in the sanctuary of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection. This free concert is a preview of the concert that will be presented June 5 at the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington D.C. The concert is free and open to the public.

Sponsored by: 
Guest Connections
May 31 2016 -
6:45am to 7:45am

The Fellowship (Men's AM Bible Study)

The Fellowship is an ongoing study for men; you are welcome to join at any time. Join us for bagels, coffee, a thought-provoking talk and a time for discussion and fellowship.  

Tuesday mornings | 6:45am - 7:45am | Room C144 | Building C

Sponsored by: 
Men's Ministry
May 31 2016 -
6:30pm to 8:30pm

Meet Your Bible: New Testament

All sections are led by Darrell Holtz. Choose to join us for all 12 weeks or pick any of the 3 sections you want to learn more about. Registration is suggested for all three classes. 

We’ll use the CEB Study Bible, offered to all new Resurrection members for free, as the basis for this study, but it will be helpful no matter which translation and study Bible you use. 

Section 3: New Testament

Survey how the New Testament carries on and completes God’s “big story” of redemption, and see how letters, gospels and the vision of Revelation each do their part in carrying the story to its triumphant completion.

4 weeks: Tuesdays 5/31 – 6/28 | 6:30-8:30pm | Room B214 | Building B | No class 6/14

Visit cor.org/grownight for information on all three sections! 

Questions? Contact Darrell Holtz | Darrell.Holtz@cor.org | 913-544-0274 

Sponsored by: 
Grow Night
Jun 1 2016 - 5:30pm to Aug 3 2016 - 8:30am

rezlife Summer Events

rezlife at the Royals - June 1

Check in: 5:30pm, Room C136, Building C, Leawood Campus

6th - 12th grade students, join the rezlife Team for a fun night of Royals Baseball!!  Cost is just $20.00 for admission and transportation.  Bring extra money for snacks and souvenirs.  A parental consent form is required and can be downloaded here (you can fill out one form for all 3 events).  Spots are limited, so don't wait to sign up!  Register below.

Discover Kansas City with rezlife - July 6

Check in: 10:00am, Room C136, Building C, Leawood Campus

Open to 6th - 12th grade students.  Join us as we "discover" amazing sites located right here in the Kansas City area. Cost is $15.00 which covers transportation.  Bring extra money for lunch ($10.00-$15.00).  A parental consent form is required and can be downloaded here (you can fill out one form for all 3 events). Spots are limited.  Register below.

Sweat and Swim - August 3

Check-in: 8:30am, Room C136, Building C, Leawood Campus

Open to 6th - 12th grade students.  Come and spend the day serving with rezlife in the morning and then dipping into the pool in the afternoon.  We will be serving at Resurrection Furnishings from 9:00 am - Noon where the students will be working on cleaning kits.  We are asking for a suggested donation of 1 liquid dish soap container for the kit.  In the afternoon, we will be swimming at Super Splash!  Cost is $15.00 and students will need to bring a sack lunch.  A parental consent form is required and can be downloaded here (you can fill out one form for all 3 events). Spots are limited.  Register below.

Jun 1 2016 -
6:30pm to 8:30pm

Cornerstones of Great Relationships Group

Wednesdays: June 1, June 8, June 15 and June 22

6:30 - 8:30 pm

This group is for anyone who is divorced, widowed or otherwise never been married.

Join us each Wednesday from June 1 - 22, 6:30pm – 8:30pm for this 4-week class, held at 1508 Grand, as the foundation we need for healthy dating and relationships is addressed. 

There are four fundamental cornerstones to all great relationships. Discover what they are and how they impact yours! You'll also learn many other important elements of extraordinary relationships including great communication, what healthy relationships should look like and identifying red flags of poor relationships. 

This group will be led by Rick Soetebier who is an author, blogger, speaker and dating coach.

The cost for this class is $20; scholarships are available. 

Parking is free on the street after 6pm and is available in the skinny lot (22 spaces) south of the 1522 McGee building. 

For questions, contact Rick Soetebier.

To register, click on the "Register Now" link below.

Sponsored by: 
RezDT Community Life
Jun 1 2016 - 6:30pm to Jun 22 2016 - 7:30pm

Summer miniMusic

Wednesdays in June from 6:30-7:30 p.m. 

This 4-week class for toddler – pre-K children is designed to encourage early learning and creativity through the sheer joy of music and movement. During the class, children will learn rhythm, pitch, movement, dance and games. We need at least one parent or guardian to stay in the class with your child(ren).  Free!

Wednesday, June 1 Pop-up Play-date at Armstrong Park in Grain Valley - I will bring my accordion to play sing-along songs. There is also a playground and a walking trail. Canceled if it is raining. 

Wednesday, June 8 Pop-up Play-date at Rotary Park in Blue Springs - I will bring musical children's books that parents can read to their kids. There is also a playground and a walking trail. Canceled if it is raining. 

Wednesday, June 15 Pop-up Play-date at the Butterfly Trail in Grain Valley - I will bring movement scarves and ribbon sticks for kids to use while we walk around the trail. Strollers, wagons, tricycles, etc. welcome. Canceled if it is raining. 

Wednesday, June 22 Pop-up Play-date at my house - Parents can bring musical instruments to demonstrate for the kids and I will have some out for kids to try. Rain or shine. 

Sponsored by: 
KiDSCOR - Blue Springs
Jun 2 2016 -
9:00am to 12:00pm

Show up and Serve

Thursday and Saturday mornings at My Father's House - Furnishings Ministry. Something for everyone with many projects to choose from. Please join opening meeting at 9am, or arrive as your schedule permits.  Click here for driving directions.

Sponsored by: 
Furnishings Ministry
Jun 2 2016 -
6:30pm to 7:30pm

Jun 2 Preparatory Baptism Class

Preparatory Baptism Class held in the Wesley Covenant Chapel. No registration required.

Sponsored by: 
Baptisms - Leawood
Jun 3 2016 -
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Singles Game Night

Join us Fridays at 7pm (unless otherwise noted) in room C136. Bring a snack and game to share!

Sponsored by: 
Singles (STaRZ)
Jun 4 2016 -
8:45am to 1:00pm

FaithWork June 4, 2016

For all opportunities, please arrive at the Leawood campus Narthex and check in between 8:45am & 9am. Onsite serving opportunities are usually completed around 11:30am; community serving opportunities usually last until 1pm.

*Featured Opportunity! Mission Adelante Spend the morning in this vibrant store which works to create a welcoming community for the refugee and immigrant population in Kansas City. You will be creating displays, sorting donations, and making an impact on the types of families we supported with our Easter Offering. Ages 8+ FULL

Kansas City Rescue Mission Cook and Serve a simple meal for about 60 persons who are homeless. Suitable for adults and youth 12 years and older accompanied by an adult. Six volunteers needed. (1520 Cherry St. KCMO)  Reserve Here

The Heritage of Overland Park Baking cookies with dementia residents and playing board games. Family friendly suitable for children of all ages accompanied by an adult. Fifteen adult volunteer spots are available, you do not have to preregister children under twelve. (10101 W 127th Street OPKS) Reserve Here

Grace United Community Ministries Soup Kitchen Cook and serve a meal for 75. Family friendly suitable for adults and youth 12 years and older accompanied by an adult. Ten volunteers needed. (801 Benton Blvd KCMO) Reserve Here

My Father's House Help assemble Kitchen Kits, Cleaning Supplies, Buckets, load furniture and/or other fun and meaningful activities that offer a 'hand up' to those who are in need of household furnishings. Lunch is provided. Suitable for adults and children 8 and older accompanied by an adult. Twenty five volunteers are needed. (2100 Manchester Tfwy, KCMO) Reserve Here

Assemble Meal for GRT Assemble a simple lunch at the church, to be delivered to the Gentlemen of the Round Table. Four volunteer spots available, one adult/family needed to deliver meal to KCMO when the lunches are packed.  Family friendly suitable for all ages 5 years and older accompanied by an adult . Reserve Here

Create Flash Cards for the Juan Wesley School in Honduras Cut out magazine pictures to use with simple sight words to make flash cards in English & Spanish. Twelve spots available, family friendly suitable for all ages 5 years and older accompanied by an adult. Reserve Here

Make Mats for the Homeless Make mats out of recycled plastic bags. Family friendly suitable for adults and children 5 years and older accompanied by an adult. Fifty volunteer spots are available. Reserve Here

Learn to Crochet Plarn (plastic yarn). Learn how to crochet recycled plastic bags into mats for persons who are experiencing homelessness. You can learn this skill and make even mats at home. Suitable for adults and children 5 years and older accompanied by an adult. No reservation required.

Knitters for Those in Need No supplies necessary, no skills required. Everything you need will be provided. Make caps for newborns, prayer shawls, etc. (The Spring Coffee Shop) No reservation required.

Sponsored by: 
FaithWork