Contact Eleos at:  info@eleoscoffee.com

Eleos Kansas City

 

Located in the Historic Northeast of Kansas City, Missouri, Eleos Coffee House Kansas City is serving the poor and needy in a community of over 40 different ethnic groups.  

 

3401 Independence Ave KCMO 64124

816.231.3401   info@eleoscoffee.com

Tuesday - Friday: 7am-2pm

Saturday: 8am-2pm

Take a look at our menu by clicking here.  Call in your order to enjoy in our shop or get it to go!

 

Call 816.231.3401 with your order!

Service Opportunities

Eleos Coffee is passionate about great coffee but more than that, we are passionate about showing the love of God by serving our community.  Contact us if you would like to bring your group to the Northeast to help us bless this neighborhood.

History

I Corinthians 15:58 says, Therefore my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord.

 

As we considered what it meant for us to abound in the work of the Lord, we saw two specific things demonstrated by Jesus: First, early on in His ministry Jesus began and continued to preach repentance: to turn from sin and follow Him, believing that He was the Son of God, the Savior of the world (Matthew 4:17; Luke 4:43-44; 13:2,3). Secondly, He taught and exemplified that those who truly followed Him would reject self advancement and have a passion to minister to the needy (Matthew 9:35-38; 11:4-6; 25:31-46; Luke 9:57-62; 12:13-34; 14:25-33; 18:18-23).

 

In February of 2011 in response to the command of Christ to make disciples of all people, through much prayer, and the leading of the Spirit of God, Eleos Ministries was formed.

Neighbors

Northeast Kansas City, Missouri is an amazing melting pot of over 40 different ethnic groups.  African, Asian, and Latino cultures are all represented well.  We are surrounded by historic communities with some amazing architecture.  Unfortunately, the area also includes a lot of homelessness, poverty, addictions, prostitution and violence.

 

We've planted ourselves intentionally in a spot that needs the light of the Gospel and the demonstration of God's love through acts of compassion.