As a church, we just celebrated our 30th anniversary. Since we were founded in 1990, we have had a total of:
In 2020, your uncommon generosity has allowed us to do more ministry, reach more people, and impact more lives than ever before.
And this is in spite of a global pandemic.
Your generosity has allowed us to move worship and programs to be entirely broadcast and online, reinventing our ministries and reaching thousands of new people in the process.
Jeff Hanson is a gifted young artist who has already given away millions of dollars through his paintings because he is so passionate about giving back to his community.
The Nicolas family shares about the food drives their young sons have organized over the past couple years.
Resurrection member Bill McClave shares why giving of both time and resources is important to him.
As we consider 30 years of ministry as a church, we celebrate the impact we've made in Kansas City and beyond.
Your generosity has helped children and families in our community and has reached out to hospital workers, educators, and other frontline workers to provide encouragement.
Other ways your generosity has impacted the world this year:
Practicing generosity has the power to lower stress and anxiety, improving physical health, offering a sense of purpose and meaning, fight depression, and even increase one’s life span. In addition, a generous life cultivates a growing connection to God and to others that often results in a deeper sense of community, a lasting hope, and an overall greater good in the world.
Most gracious God,
I humbly acknowledge everything I have comes from and belongs to you, and I come to you filled with gratitude.
Lord, I desire to serve you and to invest in your work through my church. I commit a portion of my financial blessings to you for your purpose through our the mission and ministries of my church.
Please use my gifts:
Fill me with your spirit of generosity as I seek to share your love with our world.
In Jesus’ name, Amen.
We believe 2021 will be a remarkable year of ministry. Because we are in such a challenging and unique economic environment, though, we need your help, generosity and support this year more than ever. Your giving is an expression of your faith and your love for God, and is an investment in Christ's ministry through our church.
Every gift makes a difference.
Want to learn about the many ways to give to Church of the Resurrection? Email Debi Nixon, our Executive Director of Development, or read about planned giving, memorial gifts and more.
At the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, our purpose is to build a Christian community where non-religious and nominally religious people are becoming deeply committed Christians. We have a vision to be used by God to change lives, strengthen churches, and transform the world. And we are on a journey to know, love and serve God.