2/9 Weather Alert:

Due to inclement weather, all daytime in-person programs have been canceled for Thursday, Feb. 9 at each of our locations and the cafe and bookstore at the Leawood location are closed until 5 pm. Evening programs will be held, as scheduled.

2/12 Reminder:

There is no 5 pm evening worship at the Leawood location. 

Make an Impact

Volunteer at Resurrection

Scripture and United Methodist tradition remind us of the priority God places on human life and how we treat one another. Valuing people and serving them well requires that the safety of children and vulnerable adults is embedded in the way we conduct ourselves in service to others.

Volunteers who regularly participate in church-sponsored ministries serving children, students, vulnerable or elder adults, whether on- or off-site, are required to complete a volunteer application and the Safe Gatherings certification process. The application includes consent to conduct a background check on all applicants age 16 and up.

For volunteers under the age of 18, an application should be completed by a parent or guardian.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

The Giving Garden
The Giving Garden
Blood Drive
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Serve Saturday
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Intro to Cultural Competency Training
We Love Our Volunteers Heart National Volunteer Week Instagram Post
Matthew's Ministry (Special Needs)
In-Kind Donations
Volunteer With Our Partner Schools
Volunteer with the Food Mobile
Volunteer at the Resurrection Overland Park Food Pantry
Resurrection ReEntry-Closing the Justice & Kindness Gap
Backpacks for Hunger
Bookmobile-at-School (1)
Volunteer with The Bookmobile

Step 1: Volunteer Application

The first step to serving at Resurrection is to fill out the volunteer application using the button below. After you submit your completed application, you will receive an email confirmation with more information.

Additionally, here are the documents you will be asked to review and acknowledge as part of your application:

Step 2: Begin Safe Gatherings

After submitting your application, the next step is to check your email for information about how to being the Safe Gatherings certification and training process. Note: Safe Gatherings will require additional information to conduct background and reference checks.

Questions & Concerns

A Report of Suspected Abuse should be promptly filed if you have a good faith concern about the safety of a child or vulnerable adult participating in church-sponsored ministries.

For questions about the Safety of Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy or to report suspected violations of policies, laws, or ethical standards, contact Kate Wood, our Safety, Compliance, and Risk Management Lead Director.