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Men’s Golf Scramble

Friday July 1 | 8:30 AM | Shiloh Springs Golf Course

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What’s Happening

Legacy is excited to host a Men’s Golf scramble. Gather some friends as a team of 4 and come ready for 18 holes of competition and fun! This is a great opportunity to invite a neighbor, a friend, a co-worker or a family member! Winners will receive prizes and bragging rights!

Registration Details:

The cost is $40 per person. Please register yourself and include the men you’d like to have on your team in the registration fields. Teams are a maximum of 4 people. Those without 4 team members will be plugged in to fill team spaces. If you have questions, please reach out to Brittany Schools ([email protected]).

Other Information:

  • Check in begins at 7:30am and ends at 8:15am.
    Playing starts promptly at 8:30am.
  • Drinks, Snacks, and lunch will be provided.
  • 4 players per team.
  • Play best shot from the group of four.
  • Bogey is your friend.
  • Every team starts playing at the same time on different holes.

About Shiloh Springs Golf Course

Not far from Platte City, Shiloh Springs Golf Course offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Shiloh Springs Golf Course difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round.

Legacy Check In Experience


Go to, tap on The Sunday Center, and then tap CHECK IN!



For your first time using the new Check In platform on a device, you’ll need to verify that device. This is accomplished using a mobile phone number lookup or by logging in and staying logged in to your user account (this is a one-time-ever step per device in the check-in process).

Verify My Device Create A user account


If you are verifying using Mobile Phone Lookup, you’ll receive a text message with a 6-digit confirmation code. Enter this code and tap “Next.”


After you’ve verified your device, select the location where you are worshipping today. If you’re not onsite, always let us know when you’re worshipping online.

Note: This is where the check-in process will begin each week after you’ve completed steps 1 & 2.


Select EVERYONE who is present with you for worship! 


A confirmation screen will appear!

If you have children, you can register your whole family’s attendance before you arrive at church on Sunday and expedite the check-in process! Scan the QR code generated on your mobile device at Kids Check-In to get your security tags!

Basics of Christian Living Study Guide

Download the guide now!

Basics of Christian Living Study Guide

As a biblical community living the Word, it is Legacy’s prayer that you use this study guide as a resource to intentionally put your faith into action! Download the study guide, listen to the Basics of Christian Living studies from Jan 2-Feb 27, and bring a friend along this growth experience with you!.

Download the guide now!

Parents Night Out Digital Invites


Facebook or Instagram Story

Hold down the image and save it to your camera roll! Post it to your story and tag Legacy Christian Church!

Text or Social Media Post

Hold down the image and save it to your camera roll! Send it as a text message to invite someone to Parents Night Out or post it your social media page!

Youth Night

March 11 | 6:30-10:00pm | blue valley campus (143rd and metcalf)

Register for youth night! Sign Urban Air Waiver Lcc Waiver

Students are invited to come to the Blue Valley Campus on March 11 for pizza, games, and a 2-hour session at Urban Air! Invite your friends for a night of fun and hanging out! The cost is $10 per student and you can pay online or in person! If you’re new to Legacy, a signed LCC Waiver is required.

Can’t wait to have some fun!

Year End Giving

Thank you for considering Legacy Christian Church as part of your year-end giving plan! Whether or not you itemize deductions on your annual tax return, the current tax law provides temporary opportunities that might encourage you to invest in charitable organizations like Legacy. This is so important that the IRS issued a special “tax tip” earlier this fall for generous givers like you. Don’t miss out on this opportunity as these provisions are currently set to expire on December 31!

Donors must deliver or mail (and postmark) checks on or before December 31 in order to claim a charitable contribution deduction for 2021. Legacy’s offices will be closed the last week of December, so please make advance preparations.

Thank you again for opening your heart to the work that God is doing at Legacy Christian Church. The prayers, support, and financial resources you have invested are blossoming in amazing ways.

This year giving statements will be delivered electronically (via email) on or before January 31, 2022, to those who meet IRS guidelines for charitable contributions receipting.  Please contact Ally Gomer to confirm we have your correct email address on file.


Our Beliefs and Heritage

Our Beliefs

  • Jesus Christ is the one and only Son of God who died for our sins and arose from the dead. (1 Corinthians 15:1-8)
  • The Bible is the inspired word of God – a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path. (2 Timothy 3:16)
  • Every person has worth as a creation of God, but that all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. (Romans 3:23)
  • Forgiveness of sins and the promise of eternal life are available to those who trust Christ as Savior and Lord. (John 3:16)

  • Those accepting Christ should repent of sin, confess their faith and be baptized into Him. (Romans 10:9; Acts 2:38)

  • The Church is the body of Christ on Earth, empowered by the Holy spirit and exists to save the lost and edify the saved (Ephesians 4:1-16).
  • Jesus Christ will one day return to Earth and reign forever as King of Kings and Lord of Lords. (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18).

our heritage

Why does Legacy Christian Church just call itself a “Christian” church? To answer that question, one must understand the history and purpose of the Restoration Movement (also called the Stone-Campbell movement), which is our heritage.

The Restoration Movement began in America around 1800 focused on the goal of restoring the church to the order and ideals pictured in the New Testament. The two primary concerns of the movement’s founding fathers were:

  1. The unity of all Christians based on scripture rather than the subjective concepts so prevalent in denominational Christianity. (John 17:20, 21)
  2. An uncompromising commitment to the Bible as God’s inspired, authoritative Word and the Church’s only rule for faith and practice. They believed it was the various creeds and denominational structures that most divided Christians. The restoration pioneers believed that divided state of Christendom was the greatest hindrance to the church fulfilling its primary mission – the evangelism of the world.

This vision of a unified, undenominational church following the faith and pattern of the New Testament captured the imagination of thousands and became the fastest growing religious group of nineteenth century America. Today, in all of her expressions, the Restoration movement remains the largest religious group indigenous to the United States. Today, over 6,000 independent autonomous congregations compose a loose knit worldwide “brotherhood” with about two million people in membership. Together, these congregations support over 1,500 missionaries, 35 Bible colleges, three seminaries and several hundred para-church organizations (publishing companies, benevolent agencies, youth organizations, campus ministries, etc.).