When traveling to Kansas, Olathe offers a variety of activities for visitors. Museums, nature centers, laser tag, art galleries, and glow in the dark miniature golf are just some of the features of this suburban community in Kansas, Olathe. Most travelers to the city have no trouble finding these activities or hotels to stay at while visiting, but many travelers forget an important thing. They forget about attending church. When on vacation travelers tend to completely abandon their routines and schedules, one of which is what they do every Sunday. However, in Kansas, Olathe offers a variety of churches open to guests.
One of those churches is the Center Point Community Church. It's a great place to go with a family, as special services are held for young children and teens during the regular worship service. They also have greeters available at the door to welcome you and direct you and your children to the appropriate service. They provide worship in a relaxed atmosphere and don't care what you're wearing.
St. Paul's Catholic Parish is a catholic church Olathe, Kansas, is home to. It offers mass once a day during the weekdays, a special 5 p.m. service on Saturday, and five masses throughout the day on Sunday. They do offer one of the masses on Sunday in Spanish, and have childcare available during the 9 a.m. mass.
Another church open to visitors to Kansas, Olathe Christian Church offers flexibility through its three worship services on Sunday. Visitors are welcomed on an individual basis and aren't forced to wear a visitor's badge or be introduced in front of the whole congregation. Special services and child care are available during worship. Casual clothes are acceptable, and the church serves coffee, tea and cookies upon arrival at the church.
As part of the Bible belt in Kansas, Olathe is home to several other churches. The Christ Family Church, started in 1998, believes its purpose is to know Christ, be known as a Christian, and to make Christ known to the world. The College Church of the Nazarene strives for its members to know God, grow in their faith and to show God's love. They offer bible study and worship service on Sunday morning, and visitors can return to the church in the evening for a special evening praise service. The First Baptist Church offers two services on Sunday morning with coffee, food, and fellowship following both. They also offer two Sunday schools in between the two services. Graceline United Methodist Church, Olathe, Kansas, offers Saturday evening communion worship and has Sunday morning worship three times, with bible study in between worship services.
No matter what your religion preference in Kansas, Olathe offers a variety of churches. Each church has a different belief or a different atmosphere. By learning a little bit about the church before you attend, you can find a church that will substitute great for your regular church back home. In the meantime enjoy your stay in Olathe. Enjoy the many things the city has to offer and its friendly Midwest attitude.