United Methodist Women

Rummage Sale

Furniture PLUS Rummage 2022

Furniture | Lamps | Outdoor | Bicycles | Kids Clothing

Leawood Location at 5001 W 137th St 66224

Drop off July 10 & 11

Shop July 14 & 15 | 9 am – 6 pm


Furniture we ARE accepting: living room, dining room, bedroom, chairs, couches, small wooden desks, kitchen tables, side tables. PLUS we ARE accepting: children’s clothing, bicycles, patio/outdoor furniture and lamps. All items must be in good condition.

We are NOT accepting broken/damaged/stained items, large entertainment centers, rugs, sleeper sofas, large metal/office desks, filing cabinets, fans/chandeliers, mirrors, baby beds, decor items.

Select from the choices below the best way for you to donate your furniture.

Volunteer Shifts Available

Adult and Youth shifts available each day, Sunday July 10 through Saturday July 16.
Youths earn community service hours.
Sorry, no early volunteer shopping — this year it is “early preview” instead! 


  Schedule Home Pick Up

  • click to REGISTER
  • dates of pick up: July 10, 11, 12, 13
  • within 10 miles of church
  • must reserve ahead

  Curbside Drop Off

  • Sunday, July 10, 2 pm – 6 pm
  • Monday, July 11, 8 am – 6 pm
  • enter from 137th & Nall or Roe
  • volunteers help unload

  Hire Pick Up with Bungii

  • visit https://bungii.com
  • “your friend with a truck”
  • Bungii loads/drops off furniture
  • COR2022 code for 10% off

Proceeds support sustainable ministries benefiting women, children and youth through grant giving. 

  Shop Thursday & Friday

  • July 14 & 15
  • 9 am – 6 pm
  • Building B, Leawood Location
  • 5001 W 137th St, 66224

  Cash Only 

  • No credit/debit card sales
  • No checks
  • Visit bank near you
  • Banks or ATMs near church

  Carry Purchase

  • Your vehicle OR hire Bungii
  • visit https://bungii.com
  • “your friend with a truck”
  • COR2022 code for 10% off

Grant Recipients 2021

Rummage 2021 was a great success despite the limited opportunity due to the pandemic. Proceeds support sustainable ministries benefiting women, children and youth both locally and globally, and grants are awarded by the Board of United Methodist Women of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.
Mass Incarceration / School to Prison Pipeline
  • Miracle of Innocence – educate communities about the injustice and needs of innocent prisoners to gain support and advocacy for their release and re-entry success. Grant matched by donor to support the work of representing people wrongly incarcerated and seeking exoneration.
  • Kansas City Community Bail Fund – provide bail for people without the resources to post their own bail while awaiting trial – giving them a higher chance of a positive outcome in their case. Grant funds computer programs for database.
  • Turn the Page KC – curates resources and brings together youth literacy advocates to connect them with communities raising the next generation of Kansas Citians. Grant funds new and inclusive books to be provided to Greater KC students and classrooms.
  • CASA of Jackson County – Court Appointed Special Advocates are specially trained community volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in the pursuit of safe and permanent homes. Grant funds tutoring sessions for twelve children in foster care. 
  • Grace United Community Ministries – inter-denominational, faith-based ministry with a holistic approach to working hand-in-hand with the community to address the area’s largest problems. Grant funds outdoor musical instruments.
Climate Justice
  • The Giving Grove – provide healthy calories, strengthen community, and improve the urban environment through a nationwide network of sustainable little orchards. Grant funds 30 new fruit / nut trees and holistic tree supplies, expanding the program in Kansas City during 2022.
  • KC Can Compostcollect organic waste and divert it from the landfill for composting and educate and train men and women struggling to overcome barriers to employment for work in green industry jobs. Grant funds cameras, pendant satellite equipment and a catalytic converter to keep trucks safe and to enhance services. 
  • Green Works KC – serving students living in the Kansas City Public School District and empowering these future leaders to care for our environment, contribute to our economy, and create healthy communities. Grant funds a student field trip to attend Science City in Kansas City.
Immigration / Social and Economic Justice
  • The Grooming Project – help impoverished families become self-reliant through job training in the high-demand, high-pay trade of pet grooming. Grant funds will purchase of two sets of grooming utensils upon graduation from the training program.
  • Migrant Farmworkers Assistance Fund – MFAF serves, accompanies, and advocates for migrant workers seeking fundamental rights to healthcare, education, and meaningful participation in society. Grant funds will pay for education assistance and college prep activities as well as community building through women’s groups and community events.
  • Della Lamb – refugee support and network of services which move children and families facing emergency needs out of poverty and toward an improved quality of life and, ultimately, to self-sufficiency. Grant funds the work of Della Lamb.
  • Jewish vocational Services – supports new refugees arriving in Kansas City to engage, encourage and empower them to achieve social, cultural and economic integration in the Greater Kansas City metro area. Grant funds will support the emergency assistance fund to address housing needs for incoming families and individuals.
  • Advent Health – grant given in honor of our panelists for the Pathway to Normalcy program hosted at Church of the Resurrection, with knowledge from local doctors and experts serving on the front lines helping families to navigate the pandemic and move forward and maintain an active and healthy life.

Contact Michelle.Funk@cor.org for more information.