ONE KC’s vision is to saturate Kansas City and cities around the world with the Good News of Jesus during Lent, February 27-April 17, 2022.

Be part of one of the most historic movements of God in Kansas City, joining more than 150 churches, simply loving the person to our right and to our left by engaging the Bible with them through the ONE Listening Plan or Gospel Film Watching Groups.

Kansas City is the 10th most diverse mid-size city in the United States with an estimated 65 diverse people groups in the metro!

ONE KC brings people across cultural and language barriers into a common daily listening experience to hear the gospel in their own heart language—the App features over 500 languages!

Listening plan schedule

Connect with a Kansas City church

Join others in KC during Lent exploring the four Gospel with 10 minutes a day through the Bible.Is App

April 13 – Randy Frazee is the Lead Teaching Pastor at Westside Family Church

Over the past couple of months in visiting with area pastors one common theme kept coming up, the importance of connection!

April 6 – James Reed is the Pastor at Berean Family Fellowship

How important has it been for Berean Family Fellowship to take this journey with other churches?

March 23 – Price Wright is the Raytown Pastor at New City Church

What has it been like participating in One KC?

March 16 – Arturo Nunez is the Pastor at FBC Shawnee – Hispanic Campus

Pastor Nunez what will you be sharing about this coming Sunday?

March 9 – Jeremy Eubanks is the Senior Pastor at Northside Christian Church

How have you seen One KC help to unite churches around Kansas City?

March 2 – Alex Gilpin is the Senior Pastor at Revive Church

Having been involved with One KC last year, what were some of the biggest things to come out of that participation?

Melony and T.J. of the Life 88.5 Good Morning show had a chance to visit with Pastor Randy Frazee, the Lead Teaching Pastor at Westside Family Church and one of the visionaries behind ONE KC.

For those that are new to One KC share the mission behind the idea.

Something that is exciting about One KC is that no matter where someone is in life or their walk with Jesus there is a place to go deeper.

How can churches still be part of One KC and why does it matter?

Artist Mitch Langley shared about what it was like working with The Collective KC on a theme song for the One KC campaign.



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