We're in this together!

We believe that the love and support of the church and the nearness of our God is what lowers anxiety and makes tough situations like this pandemic easier to navigate.  

What's on this site:

Find out more about who we are and what it's like to join us.
Find links to our online worship opportunities.

Find resources to deepen your faith.
Find opportunities to help others.
 
 
 
Find facts about COVID-19 and our work to keep people safe and connected.

During this time of pandemic and social distance, life can can get overwhelming and lonely.  If you would like to connect with Pastor Mike, please call the church office at 816-781-7991 or send him an e-mail.

Latest News:

- ONLINE WORSHIP -

Worship is held live online each Sunday at 9:30.  Drive-thru Communion is available Sundays 10:45-11:45.

- IN PERSON WORSHIP -

We gather in person each Sunday at 9:30.

Masks are optional. Space is reserved for those wishing to sit in a section with other masked attendees.  Read about our precautions.  

Updated Saturday, June 19:

  • It is with sadness that we share new of the passing of longtime Hosanna! member, Shirley Harnish, on June 19.  A memorial service is being planned, and details will be shared as they come together.  

  • Join us for a congregational kickball game next Sunday, June 27 at 6:30pm.  We’re playing for fun, so anyone can play, from 1-year-old to 101-years-old.  Even if you’re not interested in playing kickball itself, bring a chair to watch and spend time with friends.  Come and go as you need.  We’ll finish up the game with frozen treats!  The event will be held on the ballfield at Canterbury Park, just off Canterbury Drive.  

  • We've narrowed down the logo options to 3 finalists, and we'd like you to vote on which logo we adopt!  Vote online now.  

  • Christ in Our Home quarterly devotional books have arrived for July-September.  Pick one up during office hours (9-3 Mon-Thur.) or call the church office to have one mailed to you. 

  • As our nation celebrates Juneteenth, commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, we give thanks for freedom and pray for an end to oppression everywhere.  Learn more about African American history in the Liberty area at the Liberty African American Legacy Memorial website.  

Past Updates:

  • We'd like to be more intentional offering hospitality and support to kids, adults, and families with neurological differences (such as Autism, Asperger’s, ADHD, OCD).  If you’d like to join a group thinking about what this ministry might look like for Hosanna, please reach out to Pastor Mike.