Upcoming Service Opportunities

2023 Souper Bowl

Help feed those experiencing hunger in the Kansas City area. Last year we contributed over 700 cans. Can we do better this year?

Like last year, we have two opportunites to get invloved with Harvestors during our Souper Bowl!

GIVE: Bring canned soup (chicken, bean or tomato preferred) to the Mission table in the Family Foyer now until Super Bowl LVII Football Championship on Feb. 12!

SERVE: We are looking for 8-10 familes to distribute Harvestors collection bags to our surronding neighbood. See Linda Neal for details.

Helpers Needed – Come seve in ccKids:We have a wonderful opportunity for you to get involved in our Children’s Ministry Program! We need volunteers to serve by helping in Kids Worship in January and February. This is an essential need for our Children’s Ministry during this period of transistion. Blythe Jones has planned a simple curriculum with fun activities. Everything you will need is set up and ready to go! Contact Blythe Jones at blythejones@live.com for more details and sign up to serve here!

January 2023 is a special month for Country Club Methodist Child Development Center. We are celebrating our 5-year anniversary! To celebrate this special anniversary, we are hosting a Family Art Event on Tuesday, January 24th, from 4:30-6:00 p.m.

This event will embody who we are as a center, focusing on process art and building relationships within our CCMCDC community. Families are invited to participate in various art stations together with their children, exploring things like painting, weaving, sculpture, and more. As you experience these art activities with your child, we hope that you will get to see first-hand the wonder and curiosity that open-ended art activities can provoke. Some of this art will become part of a center-wide multimedia mural, incorporating recycled materials and loose parts, that we will hang in the center after the event to celebrate the creativity of our children and families. Other art will go home with you as a memento of the event.   Give opportunities available, sign up here!  

Past Service and Giving Projects

Souper Bowl 2023

Newhouse Women’s Shelter —   Some of our families spent a Saturday morning serving Newhouse & Show Me KC Schools at a free of charge Christmas Boutique. We helped shoppers, passed out stockings, new winter socks and wrapped lots presents! We also collected warm winter clothes to be donated to Newhouse.

Della Lamb — During Operation Holiday we sent volunteers to help organize canned goods, sort toys and adult gift items. In additoan, we collected a special Christmas offering to support Della Lamb.

Pennies for Trees — During the Lenten season we issued a challenge to our  ccKids to collect pennies to help buy trees to plant in our church yard or in a designated heat island in our city. Over the year, we have collected $624 pennies! Thanks to Carol Mehl for leading this effort and for all those that contributed.

Brookeside Charter School — Our partership with BSC kicked off with a book drive. We donated over 80 titles to the Library at Bookside Charter.

Kansas City Community Garden A special Easter offering was gifted to KCCG in support of thier mission. They currently support  670 community garden and orchard sites as well as 2,548 home gardeners!

Blue River Rescue — On the first Saturday in April, we join the Swope Park community clean-up project at Montello’s Holler, a tributary of the Blue River.

Souper Bowl 2022 — during the souper bowl season we partnered with our Child Development Center and neighborhood to collect 999 lbs of canned goods, or 833 meals for families who are food insecure in our community.

Festival of Sharing — personal hygiene kits donated to provide necessities for people in homeless shelters, at community centers and prisons.

Newhouse Women’s Shelter — Provided Children’s Books for the families receiving care and safety at the shelter.

Hope for Families: Coping with the Pandemic — a community event  Sept. 18, 2021 offering support with play therapy, music therapy, prayer and meditation to help families during hard times.