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May 5 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 5 2016 -
9:30am to 11:30am

LIVE Women's Bible Study Thursday AM

ROMANS – journey through this letter and learn about salvation received by grace, and how the practical implications of faith and righteousness work out in everyday life, written and led by Shirley Yarick and Melanie Gribble

EVERYTHING YOU NEEDED TO KNOW YOU LEARNED IN SUNDAY SCHOOL…BUT FORGOT! (part 2) – a light-hearted study of additional classic Bible stories from the Old and New Testament, school is still in session! written and led by Doris Lippe

GOD IS ABLE by Priscilla Shirer - based on Ephesians 3:20, discover a magnificent God who is able to do more than we ask or imagine, led by Holli Pearson and Lyn Marie Wood

THE BEST YES by Lysa Terkeurst - overwhelmed schedule? Underwhelmed soul? Learn the difference between saying yes to everyone and saying yes to God, led by Julie Oltjen

WAR ROOM by Stephen Kendrick – based on and using clips from the movie, learn about spiritual lukewarmness, Christian accountability, grace, spiritual warfare, and trusting God in prayer, led by Marla Hildebrand

Sponsored by: 
Women's Ministry
May 5 2016 -
6:30pm to 8:00pm

Resonate Couples Workshop

Thursday, May 5, 2016, 6:30 - 8:00 pm, Room B206

This workshop is designed for dating, engaged or married couples to learn habits that will keep them connected for a lifetime. 

Resonate addresses several themes including:

• Knowledge That Creates Intimacy
• Enhancing Your Fondness and Affection
• Artful Conflict and Communication
• Vibrant Sexuality
• Cultivating the Spiritual Life in Marriage
• Sharing Dreams and a Common Vision

This workshop is led by Grant Wood, LCMFT, of Resonate Relationship Clinic who specializes in couple dynamics. He is a seasoned clinician who will provide you with insight, direction and hope in your marriage.

Participants are invited to join us for the Care Night community dinner in the Student Center from 5:30 pm to 6:15 pm before class.

Childcare for ages 6 weeks through 5th grade is available from 6:15-8:30 pm, and is conveniently located in KiDSCOR in Building B. Please register children through your class registration or send childcare information to childcare@cor.org.

Questions?  Email Kristen.Howell@cor.org or call 913.232.4125.

Sponsored by: 
Care Night
May 6 2016 -
9:30am to 11:30am

LIVE Women's Bible Study Friday AM

HOSEA: UNFAILING LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING by Jennifer Rothschild – it was an unlikely couple, an unusual courtship, an illicit affair; and yet, a love story that will not quit, led by Donna Ibenthal and Michelle Arteberry

Sponsored by: 
Women's Ministry
May 6 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)
May 7 2016 -
8:45am to 1:00pm

FaithWork May 7, 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! Avenue of Life Read and play with young children while their parents attend classes at Avenue of Life. Volunteers will also sort/clean toys and prepare a light lunch to share with the kids. Suitable for adults and youth 12 years and older accompanied by an adult. 10 volunteers needed. (500 N 7th St Trfy, Kansas City, KS 66101) Reserve here

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

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
May 7 2016 -
8:45am to 12:00pm

MEGA MISSION - Spring 2016

Meet at 8:45 am at Resurrection West for a brief time of breakfast snacks, coffee, instructions and prayer. Then, serve in one of our five local opportunities, including:

  • Packaging diapers at Happy Bottoms
  • Sorting used LEGOS for children in-need through The Giving Brick at the RezWest Mission Center
  • Sorting and organizing donations at Mission Southside or Turnstyles Thrift Store
  • Serving at Rose Brooks Center, which provides emergency shelter for women and children.

All ages are welcome and all are invited to wear a MEGA MISSION t-shirt - extras will be available.  

Due to the specific number of volunteers needed at each location, sign-ups are required. Register here.

Sponsored by: 
RezWest Community Life
May 7 2016 -
9:00am to 11:00am

Upward Spring Soccer 2016

Sponsored by: 
Upward Sports
May 7 2016 -
9:00am to 12:00pm

Urban Volunteer Training 5/7

Urban Volunteer Training: "What You Don't Know Matters"

Urban volunteer training is required before serving in on-going Kansas City Mission programs. Empowering and educational, this training will provide each participant with a heightened awareness about our neighbors in Kansas City's urban core.

Sponsored by: 
Education Ministry
May 7 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 7 2016 -
9:00am to 10:00am

Donation Drop-off

DONATE USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS for families served by My Father's House - Furnishings Ministry.

Current high need for:
Pots & pans, eating utensils, bath towels, twin & full bedding, dressers/bookshelves, cribs, complete bed sets (no King size or solo headboards please), lamps, microwaves (clean), end tables, small electrics, dishware, dishcloths, can openers, clock radios, new/unopened household cleaning materials, toiletries and paper goods.

Please box or bag small items for safe transport.

Items we cannot accept at this time:
Holiday decor
Upholstered furniture with tears, stains, or pet damage
TVs over 32" or needing repair
Beds: King size, water, & Sleep Number
Books
Large wood desks  (student size desks welcomed)
Pet items - we suggest Wayside Waifs.
Pianos/organs
Cabinetry/light fixtures/ceiling fans. (please visit Christmas in October or Habitat ReStore)
Clothing/computers/printers (please visit cor.org/clothing and cor.org/computers)
Propane tanks/paint/open cleaning materials Unframed mirrors/empty picture frames
Exercise machines
 

May 7 2016 -
1:45pm to 5:00pm

Rez Riders DT

RezDowntown’s Bicycle Club is on the road again!

Beginning May 7, we will ride 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. (Costume changes optional.)

Email Marilyn Hutchinson to indicate your interest, to receive future notices or for any information.

Check out RezRidersDT Facebook page for pictures posted from the rides.

Sponsored by: 
RezDT Community Life