Set in the southern part of Kansas City, the Leawood Campus sits (pretty much) right on the state line of Kansas and Missouri. Our worship gatherings reflect our makeup: an intergenerational collection of individuals and families from different communities with diverse callings and distinct gifts. We come together to celebrate God’s redeeming work, encouraging one another as we strive to be integral and influential apprentices of Jesus Christ. While our style of worship is contemporary in nature, blending both old and new, our commitment as a worshiping community is to beautiful and thoughtful worship anchored in Bible-centered, relevant teaching.
what to expect
We’re excited you’re interested in Christ Community. We know contemplating a visit to a church for the first time can lead to questions. We hope the section below will help answer a few of the questions you might have about worshiping at Christ Community. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us.
ministries @ the leawood campus
Opportunities to Connect
Casual Lunch Gathering
First Sunday of each month
We go out to eat together for Sunday lunch on the first Sunday of the month after second service.
Young Adults Community Group
Co-ed group for those in their 20’s-30’s
Sundays at 7pm
The Young Adult Community meets every Sunday night at 7pm for a time of fellowship and discussion.
Meet and Greet
Casual time to meet Young Adults
Summer Bible Study
The summer is a great time to enjoy a different rhythm, reconnect with friends, and grow in Christian community. If you are a recent high school graduate or are of college age you should join us this summer for our study in the book of Galatians. We will be gathering during second service on Sunday mornings at 10:45 in the Student Center starting in early June. We will have food, so come hungry. This is also a great place to invite friends who may be interested in exploring the Christian faith.
Each Sunday we will spend some time hanging out together, enjoying good food, and exploring the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Galatians. This is an amazing book that helps us see the distinction between the grace of the gospel and our natural tendency to earn God’s approval through being good enough. Or, as Martin Luther observed in his study of Galatians, “The law says, ‘Do this,’ and it is never done. Grace says, ‘believe in this,’ and everything is already done.”
We hope to see you on Sunday mornings or at one of our social gatherings throughout the summer.
Join a community group, designed to help connect, build authentic relationships, and encourage one another in our faith.
Apr286:30am | LC 201A
Apr299am-4pm | Youthfront Camp West
Apr2912:00pm | Macedonia Baptist Church
Apr3010:45am | Student Center
May16:00pm | LC 209
May56:30am | LC 201A
May55:30pm | Downtown Campus
May710:45am | LC 209
May710:45am | LC 201A