We are delighted to introduce the Russian Bible Fellowship as our new member and community partner:
Russian Bible Fellowship is an open fellowship of Russian-speaking people in Kansas City whose goal is to study the Bible and teach biblical moral values. Many famous people, including from our countryman, having discovered the depth of thought and the inexhaustible source of wisdom and truth in the Bible, did not stop reading and studying it. Here are the words of F. Dostoevsky: “Lord! what kind of book is this Holy Scripture, what a miracle and what power given to a person with it ... And how many secrets are shown and revealed! I love this book! Death to the people without God's Word, for the soul craves this word and all beautiful perception. ”During meetings, children can study the Russian language or sing in the children's choir “Smile”. Additional information is found on our website www.RUBF.org. Welcome everyone to a cup of tea and a joint Bible study.
Russian Bible Fellowship - это открытое общество русскоговорящих людей города Канзас Сити целью которого является изучение Библии и передачи библейских моральных ценностей. Многие известные люди, в том числе из наших соотечественников, открыв для себя глубину мысли и неисчерпаемый источник мудрости и истины в Библии, не переставали ее изучать. Вот слова Ф. Достоевского: «Господи! что за книга это Священное Писание, какое чудо и какая сила, данные с нею человеку… И сколько тайн разрешённых и откровенных! Люблю книгу сию! Гибель народу без Божьего Слова, ибо жаждет душа сего слова и всякого прекрасного восприятия».
Во время встреч дети могут заниматься изучением русского языка или пением в детском хоре «Улыбка». Дополнительная информация на нашем сайте www.RUBF.org.
Всем добро пожаловать на чашку чая и совместное изучение Библии.
Russian Bible Fellowship January Event
We would like to welcome our new member and community partner: Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art! Kansas City’s renowned FREE contemporary art museum, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art opened in October 1994 and draws 100,000 visitors each year. Its mission: enriching lives through the experience of contemporary art by exhibiting, collecting, and educating in a free and welcoming environment. Kemper Museum boasts a growing Permanent Collection that uniquely bridges modern and contemporary works of art featuring artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Keltie Ferris, Helen Frankenthaler, Hans Hofmann, Rashid Johnson, Joan Mitchell, Richard Mosse, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Ursula von Rydingsvard.
The Museum’s celebrated Café Sebastienne serves lunch, dinner, and brunch with a commitment to locally-sourced, simple but elegant dishes, and the museum's Shop offers one-of-a-kind artwork and gifts. Special exhibitions, installations, lectures, and workshops, as well as free youth, teen, and family programs are regularly hosted at the Museum.
For more information visit kemperart.org.
We are fortunate to have the Holy Trinity Orthodox Church as our new member and community partner.
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church was settled in 1917 by Russian immigrants in the Kansas City, Kansas neighborhood known as Russian Hill. Over the last 100 years, Holy Trinity Orthodox Church has grown from a small Russian-speaking parish to one whose members are primarily American-born, English-speaking converts to Orthodoxy. Indeed, the growth of the parish mandated the sale of the small Russian Hill church, to a much larger temple completed in 2002 in Overland Park. The iconography of the church was done in the Russian “Novgorod” style by Fr. Theodore Koufos, an iconographer in Toronto, Canada.
Holy Trinity Church is part of the Orthodox Church in America and in the Diocese of the Midwest. As members of the church have remarked about their own experience, people discover the church to be warm and inviting, and an excellent place to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ and His Holy Church.
The present, pastor, Fr. Timothy Sawchak is a graduate of the University of Kansas and St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary in New York. He has been the pastor Holy Trinity since 2005.
To learn more, visit: www.holy-trinity-church.org