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Faith in Action: Reflections from Ferguson

Several members from Revolution traveled to St. Louis for the national weekend of resistance known...


Sound to Sight: a Night of Art and Worship

Sound to Sight is an opportunity to gather for great music and inspiring artwork.  During this...


Roots of Faith classes

Roots of Faith is a four week series of gatherings built around stories: the story of Christianity,...

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Oct 12

Death's Door

How would you expect Jesus to react when learning of his friend's death?  Is Jesus stoic or distraught?  Does Jesus grieve?  In this message we watch Jesus confront the death of his best friend.  

Dias de los Muertos

Sep 28

Ignore Them

Scripture reading: Mark 10: 46-52

Watch the video here: https://vimeo.com/107874091

4 Steps to Becoming an Awful Parent

Sep 21

Be Impatient

Scripture reading: 2 Peter 3:8-9

Watch the video here: https://vimeo.com/107329501


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Confession: your pastor loves Christmas.

Confession: your pastor loves Christmas.


He loves it in an absurdly cliched way. He loves the kitsch decorations and the carols and the movies and food and…


I love the holiday season. I love the fact that for more than a month the absurdly beautiful and messy story of God coming to earth as a baby takes center stage. Even the stories that aren’t about that are really about that. Every predictable Hallmark channel movie that’s about second chances and unrequited love that is finally returned is about the...

This is definitely NOT about the Royals...

I’m going to do my very best to avoid writing in praise of the Royals in this pastor’s note.  It’s cheap and unimaginative to make a theological or spiritual point using the Royals’ past three decades as an extended metaphor.  I know this to be true.  Must. Avoid. Temptation.


I’ll keep it at a few sentences.  I’m a huge Royals fan.  Somehow my dad became the only Royals fan in a family (eight siblings!!!) of Cardinals fans.  We listened to Royals games on the radio...


Neighbor2Neighbor serves meals to the homeless and working poor in our Westport neighborhood every single day. Did you hear that? 365 days a year! And they can't do it without us. N2N is hosting a benefit at Westport CoffeeHouse on the 28th -- will you be there? RSVP at http://www.n2ninc.org/rsvp.

Revolution is a United Methodist church in the Westport area of Kansas City, MO. We are liberal and conservative, straight and gay, poor and rich, old and young, and we are One in Jesus Christ. Revolution is also a great place for children to learn. If you have any questions our FAQ’s are a great place to start, or simply Contact Us here. We'd love to hear from you.

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