The first Real Community Church event began with the official launch of our new church home, after months of team-work and preparation to make it all come together! Our doors opened in Lee’s Summit on Saturday afternoon, September 8th, and again the following Sunday morning where Pastor Shannon and his team were waiting to welcome
Experiencing GENUINE Love. Encouraging REAL Relationships. Equipping HEARTS to Serve.
Real Community Church in Lee’s Summit is promoting the Godly concept of being AUTHENTIC in our daily lives, according to His plan for us. AUTHENTICITY is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we’re SUPPOSED to be and embracing who we REALLY are. Only then can we release our ‘need to please’
Pastor Shannon, like many others, is in awe of the concept of unfailing love. God’s love for his children is perfect and absolute. In this blog, Pastor Shannon explains how God’s unfailing love is possible and how God’s love for us doesn’t stop because we are imperfect! “I don’t know about you…but the older I
“Take no offense. That which offends you only weakens you. Being offended creates the same destructive energy that offended you in the first place – so transcend your ego and stay in peace.” – Dr. Wayne Dyer Pastor Shannon addresses the issue of the destructive power of being offended in an insightful way. A few
Real Community Church successfully launched on September 8th in Lee’s Summit. Pastor Shannon, recently of Grace Church, is working to bring together a community of Christians who value God/Jesus/Holy Spirit, and seek His word through scripture. Today’s message is about how the Power of the Tongue can impact ourselves and our community. Jesus said, “The words that
Real Community Church is launching in Lee’s Summit on September 8th & 9th! Pastor Shannon, his wife Hollie, and children Trinity, Corban, and Shiloh, are excited to welcome you on this exciting journey. Pastor Shannon, originally from the Chicago area, spent several years in law enforcement before transitioning into full time ministry. Since then he