There will be no Sunday services on September 7 due to our congregational retreat.
Thank you for your interest in our congregation. Please take a moment to learn more about us and the many opportunities we offer for worship and fellowship. Feel free to contact the pastor or drop by during one of our services if you have any questions.
- A community of disciples trying to live out the message of Jesus Christ in our world today.
- A place where deep friendships can grow, individual ideas are valued, and those in need can find support.
- Makers of celebration as we joyfully worship, learn, and fellowship together.
We had 9 enthusiastic and hard-working volunteers sorting through various types of bread at Harvesters last Thursday. We filled over 200 boxes of sliced breads, buns, bagels, english muffins, and other sweet pastries and miscellaneous breads. Harvesters’ mission is to … Continue reading
Colbern Road Community of Christ church is again teaming up with Harvesters – The Community Food Network, and will sponsor a food and fund drive from September 14 through October 17, 2014. In addition, on Thursday, September 18th, from 6:00 … Continue reading
A message from Harvesters – The Coummunity Food Network: During the month of December, generous friends like you came together to meet and exceed the $250,000 matching gift opportunity! Thousands of our neighbors will have access to the food they … Continue reading
The results are in for our 2013 Harvesters Food & Fund drive. We collected 250 pounds of food and $550 for a total of 2,958 meals for the Kansas City Community. This, along with our volunteering (see post from December … Continue reading
On Thursday, a group of 17 volunteers organized by Colbern Road CofC met at Harvesters: the Community Food Network in Kansas City. The volunteers packed over 1,200 Backsnacks to help feed thousands of children in the metro area over the … Continue reading
Colbern Road Community of Christ pledged to fill 10 shoeboxes for 7th grade boys and girls at the Omaha Indian Reservation at Walt Hill and Macy Nebraska. The congregation filled 12 boxes plus provided additional stocking caps and notebook paper. … Continue reading