Resurrection Leawood Sanctuary
Our sanctuary is designed to be a sacred space, a sermon in architecture, and a tool through which we strive toward our vision of changing lives, renewing churches, and transforming the community. We’d love to share our space with you!
We offer guided tours to visiting groups, scheduled at least one week in advance. Registration is required. Please complete the Visiting Group Request Form to provide us with details of your visit. A Resurrection Tour Ministry leader will contact you to finalize arrangements. We will do our best to accommodate your preferred date/time, but please know that previously scheduled events such as church functions, funerals and weddings will take priority over space availability for tours.
The sanctuary is typically open for prayer and reflection Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 9 pm.
If you don’t require a guided tour, you are welcome to visit and enjoy this space at your convenience. Please stop by our Connection Point in the Narthex to pick up a printed brochure that explains the symbolism in the art and architecture of the building.
There may be occasional times when events are happening in the sanctuary, so we ask that you be mindful of disturbing any ongoing activities.
Please Note: There may be occasional times when events (funerals, weddings, conferences, special events, etc.) are happening in the Sanctuary, and we ask that you do not enter the Sanctuary if an event is taking place in there when you arrive. Check our events calendar to find a schedule of events, or contact the reception desk at (913) 897-0120 to verify the Sanctuary’s availability.
Resurrection began building a permanent sanctuary in 2015, after years of thoughtful discussion about what to build, how much was appropriate to spend, and what the sanctuary should look like.After studying scripture, sacred architecture, and prayerful consideration...
Limestone Approximately 20,000 limestone blocks, representing the 20,000 current Resurrection members, form the foundation of the church, reminding us that we are the “living stones” built into a spiritual house described in 1 Peter.Seven Sails Seven stainless steel...
The story of the gardens continues in features throughout the room, including sculptural vines on the walls, natural oak wood throughout, and carpet and upholstery in shades of green. The columns and lights surrounding the room represent the twelve tribes of Israel...