2015 Lenten Season Food Drive

by David Taylor

During Lent we will once again be collecting specific food items for the Northland Assistance Center. Please help fill the shelves of the food pantry with the following items:

Vicki Kistler’s path

by David Taylor

On first coming to First Christian Church of NKC, it was bittersweet for me, ending with the sweet. The church I grew up in was closing. My mother had taken my brother, sister and me there since toddler age. It was in another part of the city and although there were churches right here in […]

Souper Bowl Sunday

by David Taylor

SOUP DRIVE Feb 1st & 8th. Bring a soup can to help those less fortunate.  We will be collecting  Sunday February 1st and 8th. Let’s join together and make it a REAL SOUPER BOWL for someone who might be hungry.

Pizza – First Sunday of the Month after Every 2nd Service

by David Taylor

On the first Sunday of every month and after the Sunday Praise and Worship service, FCC/NKC will take orders and have pizza for lunch.  Come join us in fellowship and take the stress out of finding where to go for lunch.  $3 per person and $8 per family. Praise and Worship ends about 12:30ish (depending […]

Our New Website!

by David Taylor

As we enter the 2015 new year, we are proud to announce that we’ve released a new website for First Christian Church of North Kansas City as of December 17th, 2014.  We hope we can help reach new visitors understand the blessing that is FCCNKC! If you notice any errors, please comment on page below.

David’s path to FCCNKC and is it right for you?

by David Taylor

When I first moved back to Kansas City in 2003 after six years of military service, I was having a hard time becoming acclimated back into ‘normal’ civilian life. The regimented time and rough communication skills that had become routine for me was not fitting for life after the military. Luckily for me, I was […]

Why You Need a Small Group

by fccnkc_admin

You will understand the bible better!

If you´ve ever been listened to a minister or pastor and wanted to stop them and say, “But what about…?” or “I don´t understand,” then a small group is for you! Preaching and teaching is one way communication. You listen while the speaker speaks. It´s fine for imparting knowledge but not as effective for personal application as a small group. In a small group setting, you can ask questions, participate in a discussion of the text, and hear others share insights and illustrations of the truth you are trying to grasp. The Bible must be applied to your own personal situations and that happens best in small groups.