Contact:

Main Church Campus

6641 Mission Rd 
Prairie Village, KS 66208
913-262-4200
Fax: 913-262-0304

Meneilly Center  

9900 Mission Rd
Overland Park, KS 66207
913-262-4200
Food Pantry Fax: 913-671-2318
Child and Family Development Center Fax: 913-648-6474

Worship & Music



Traditional Sunday Worship

8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. in the Sanctuary  

The Gathering 

10:45 a.m. in Friendship Hall

 


Current Sermon Series | For the Love of God


We say it every week, “We are God’s children and never do we wander from God’s love.” The most central claim of Christian faith is that God, as revealed in Jesus Christ, is a God of love. There is no end to God’s love. Creation was an act of love. The life of Christ was a revelation of God’s love. Our ultimate hope rests in God’s undying love. This series will explore how life is shaped when we trust the love of God.

Oct. 19    Let the Children Come to Me

Oct. 26    For God so Loved the World

Nov. 2    God Loves the Other

Nov. 9    Christ’s Love Lives in the Church: A Celebration of the 65th Anniversary of Village Church

Nov. 16    Jesus Loves Me, This I Know

Nov. 23    God Loves Construction (Rev. Jenny McDevitt)

 

ADVENT SERMON SERIES

The Gift You Have No Idea You Already Have. 


Christmas is often about gifts.  Some gifts are big. Some gifts are small. But most of them are new.  In this sermon series, Rev. Tom Are will reflect on the gifts the season of Advent brings. They are not all new gifts. They are works of God that the birth of Jesus Christ make real in this world, in this life, in your life.  Rev. Are also reminds us that Christian faith always calls us to look forward. The season of Advent invites us less to remember the birth of Christ and more to consider his second coming. But—there you go— in our culture, the second coming is perhaps the most misunderstood and overly simplified teaching in Christian faith. We will reflect on what reasonable and faithful people find meaningful in a confidence that the life of Jesus Christ is not only something in our past, but something in our future. It’s good news. It’s not scary. It’s not silly. It’s hope. It’s hope when you need it the most.


Nov. 30      Let’s Just Get On With Christmas, Already.

Dec. 7        Becoming a Whole Person.
     
Dec. 14      What Do You Think John the Baptist Would Say To You?

Dec. 21      Learning to Trust The Angels.
       
Dec. 24:     Because You Matter.



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