Change at 10:30 am services
Starting Sunday, February 28th, Sunday morning services at 10:30 am will be held in the auditorium only.
A reminder that everyone attending classes or services at the building is encouraged to:
-Wear a mask at all times in the 8:30 auditorium service.
-Wear a mask in all other meeting times and spaces when you are entering and departing and when you are visiting with others.
-Whenever visiting with others, maintain social distancing.
Wednesday evening Bible classes at the building
In-person Bible classes at the building on Wednesdays are happening. Please download the flyer below for more information.
Attending Sunday Services
Attending services at the building on Sunday? Read through our “Welcome Back” flyer below. If you are planning to visit us, please fill out our connect card so we can assist you in attending our services.
Given our state’s mask mandate on July 3rd, the elders are asking everyone “to wear a mask when entering and being seated as well as when departing the building” at all of our worship times and locations.
We have two service times available, 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Each time has two on-site locations, the auditorium and the fellowship hall. In consideration of high-risk individuals or those with significant concerns about virus transmission, we will encourage them to attend the Early Worship assembly in the Auditorium at 8:30 a.m. The elders are asking all members who attend this Early Worship assembly to wear a barrier mask.
Karen Franklin Memorial Video Link
Below is the video link to the Memorial service for Karen Franklin from Saturday, January 16th.
Communion supplies available for pick up
**Updated** The building will no longer be open on Saturdays. If you are in need of communion supplies or want to drop off your contribution you are welcome to stop by the building on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Visit https://www.151cofc.com/sermons-list/ for a listing of sermons and their handouts.
If you would like to give to the church online, please visit this page: https://151cofc.breezechms.com/give/online . You are able to configure a single one-time or recurring contribution using your credit/debit card or an electronic check (ACH) from your bank. This convenience comes with some bank fees, which will be paid by the church. Those fees are deducted from your contribution when the bank processor sends the contribution to the church’s bank. Additionally with this method there will be a 5-8 business day delay as the bank processor clears the e-check or credit/debit card through the system. The fee encountered by the church for using credit/debit cards is 2.9% of the contribution + $0.30 and for an e-check/ACH is 1.0% of the contribution + $0.25.
Through your bank:
Another way to give would be through your bank with the “Bill Payment” capabilities they provide. Most times this incurs no cost and the check arrives in the church’s mailbox at the time you designate.
mail contributions directly to the church address with your only cost being a stamp and envelope:
151st Street Church of Christ, 13875 W 151st Street, Olathe, KS 66062
A box has been placed on the table near the entry way for both the fellowship hall and the auditorium that you can place your contribution into. You may also stop by on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Fridays between 10 am and 2 pm to drop off your contribution.
For information about the midweek teen Bible class (Zoom option available) and Sunday evening get togethers, please contact David Shipley.
Local COVID-19 Resources
For local COVID-19 information, please view:
the Olathe city page at http://www.olatheks.org/coronavirus
the Kansas Department of Health website at http://www.kdheks.gov/coronavirus/index.htm