Adult Programs

The Adult Education Program at KUCC provides a safe, nurturing, and non-judgmental environment for adults to explore the life-long journey of their faith. Classes meet regularly on Sunday mornings and various evenings throughout the year. Sunday topics relate to the intersection of one’s faith with spiritual practice, the Bible, and contemporary issues. Evening classes focus on specific studies or books and meet intermittently. Discussions are always lively, respectful, and thought-provoking. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate.

Sunday  Morning  times: 10:45 – 11:45

Sunday Evening times: 6:30 P M

Sunday morning and evening programs  will meet in the Adult Education classroom unless otherwise announced.


August 6–General Synod Report

KUCC members Barb Bedenstein and Rev. David Mehl, who served as Synod delegates for the Missouri Mid-South conference, will share with us their reflections on the our denomination’s biannual General Synod Meeting, held June 30 in Baltimore, with the theme “Make Glad.” Representatives from all over the nation’s UCC churches met to discuss, pray, and discern the direction they believe God is calling us to follow.  Come learn about the issues raised at the meeting and what the Synod’s decisions mean to the local and larger church.

August 13, 20, and 27–Summer Movie THE HUNDRED FOOT JOURNEY


When Indian refugees, traveling through France, decide to open a restaurant across the street from an English woman’s acclaimed French restaurant, she is ready to do battle. The rivalry escalates until she sees the unanticipated harm she has caused and must take steps to undo the damage. Meanwhile, the son of her Indian neighbors struggles to find his way and learn how to use his amazing culinary talent to find true happiness for himself and others. Even if you have seen the film before, join us to see it with new eyes, asking what it can teach us about faith, forgiveness, and finding one’s way in God’s world.