Kansas City: 9:00am & 10:45am
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Pastor Jeff Adams sits down with Pastor Kent Liles and Pastor Ron Haley to announce a new opportunities for both of them in ministry.
Whether you have been around church your entire life or this is your first time checking one out, Graceway is a church where we are learning to love God and others well. This desire was born from Luke 10:27. We believe that loving God and others impacts every area and relationship in life and that this is God's greatest desire for our lives.
Join us this Sunday at our 9:00 am or 10:45 am service and experience what it means to love God and others well!
Our First Step class is designed to help every individual find their place at Graceway and in the global mission. This one week course covers Graceway's core beliefs and ministry philosophy. We'll also help you discover opportunities in service based upon your interests, gifts, and existing relationships.
Our First Step class meets on the first Sunday of each month at 10:30am & 12:15pm in the Conference Room.
This relational study is designed to help direct your spiritual growth and provide a deeper understanding of the basics of the Christian faith. This is a great way to meet people, develop friendships through biblical community, connect on a personal level, and find your place to serve at Graceway. The course material provides a foundation for you to become a follower of Christ and understand God’s plan for your life.
Everyone has a need to belong and Graceway is a church of small groups. Small group is the place to learn how to love well. There are a variety of small groups available at Graceway to accommodate schedules, interests, needs, and natural friendships. If your new to Graceway or haven't yet signed up for a small group, we encourage you to use our small group finder tool to locate a small group that is right for you and your family.
Engage is the final step in equipping you to participate in God's mission: making disciples of all people groups. Engage includes training in classroom and practicum environments; giving financially to support international missions, community assistance programs, and humanitarian efforts; and serving globally and in our local community.