Brewatitudes

August 18 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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Join us August 18 from 3-4:30 at Landlocked Ales (3225 S. Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood, CO 80227) for this monthly gathering to discuss theological topics in a casual atmosphere. Each month we will engage in a new topic at the intersection of theology & living, faith & culture. August’s topic will be the role and understanding of interfaith work in our church and world. Food is available nearby, beer is optional, openness to good conversation a must. Discussion will be facilitated by Rev. Mollie, contact her with any questions!

Summer Film Series 2019: City Slickers

August 12 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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An annual staple of our summer adult education offerings has been the Summer Film Series. This year our series will focus on cinematic answers to the question, “What’s the point of life?” In each film, the protagonist is struggling with a version of this question. Some are funny. Some are sad. All will help us engage the questions of life, death, and what we do with what we’ve been given in between.

 

August 12

City Slickers (PG-13)

Mitch (Billy Crystal) is a middle-aged big-city radio ads salesman. He and his friends Ed and Phil are having mid-life crises. They decide the best birthday gift is to go on a two-week holiday in the wild west driving cattle from New Mexico to Colorado. There they meet cowboy Curly who not only teaches them how to become real cowboys, but also one or two other things about life in the open air of the west.

 

Summer Film Series 2019: Garden State

August 19 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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An annual staple of our summer adult education offerings has been the Summer Film Series. This year our series will focus on cinematic answers to the question, “What’s the point of life?” In each film, the protagonist is struggling with a version of this question. Some are funny. Some are sad. All will help us engage the questions of life, death, and what we do with what we’ve been given in between.

 

August 19
Garden State (R)

Andrew Largeman (Zack Braff) ran away from his home, parents, and any sort of real responsibility. He shuffled through life in a lithium-induced coma until his mother’s death inspired a vacation from the pills to see what might happen. He began to feel the pain he had longed for and began to have a genuine relationship with a girl who had some problems of her own.

 

Summer Film Series 2019: Julie & Julia

August 26 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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An annual staple of our summer adult education offerings has been the Summer Film Series. This year our series will focus on cinematic answers to the question, “What’s the point of life?” In each film, the protagonist is struggling with a version of this question. Some are funny. Some are sad. All will help us engage the questions of life, death, and what we do with what we’ve been given in between.

 

August 26

Julie & Julia (PG-13)

In 1949, Julia Child (Meryl Streep) is in Paris, the wife of a diplomat, wondering how to spend her days. She tries hat-making, bridge, and then cooking lessons at Cordon Bleu. There she discovers her passion. In 2002, Julie Powell, (Amy Adams) is about to turn 30 and is underemployed with an unpublished novel. She decides to cook her way through “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” in a year and to blog about it. We go back and forth between these stories of two women learning to cook and finding success. Sympathetic, loving husbands support them both, and friendships, too, add zest.

 

 

This Sunday in Worship

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Sunday, July 28, 2019

Luke 11:1-13
How did you learn how to pray? Did someone teach you? Did you memorize certain prayers? Did you discover prayer on your own? Jesus’s followers asked him to teach them how to pray. It seems that they either didn’t know how or thought there was a “right” way to pray. Join us this Sunday as Pastor Curt preaches on the gift of prayer and how we sometimes make it more complicated than it needs to be.

 

This Sunday in Worship

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Sunday, July 21, 2019

Luke 10:37-42
In this week’s reading we meet Mary and Martha. These two sisters receive and welcome Jesus into their home. But while Mary is fawning over Jesus’s every word, Martha is left in the kitchen to do all of the work. She asks Jesus to ask Mary to help her. Jesus’s response may surprise you. Join us this Sunday as Pastor Curt preaches on Mary and Martha and finding balance between work and wonder.

 

Barbecue Fellowship

July 21 @ 11:30 am - 12:00 pm

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On Sunday, July 21st we will have an all-church barbecue, so start thinking: baked beans, potato salad, pasta salad, watermelon and other fresh fruits, cakes, brownies, home-made ice cream, and more! Fellowship Committee will provide the smoked pork and smoked chicken, buns, condiments, pop, and water. Y’all bring the rest! A signup sheet is now in the narthex in front of the Fellowship Hall.

Brewatitudes

July 21 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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Join us July 21 from 3-4:30 at Landlocked Ales (3225 S. Wadsworth Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80227) for this monthly gathering to discuss theological topics in a casual atmosphere. Each month we will engage in a new topic at the intersection of theology & living, faith & culture. This month’s topic will be the theology of play. Food is available nearby, beer is optional, openness to good conversation a must.

Earth Hour Dinner & Documentary

June 29 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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Care for Creation and South of Sixth Sustainable Neighborhood will be hosting an Earth Hour dinner and documentary on Saturday, June 29th at 6:30 PM. Please bring a covered dish along with any plates, bowls, and flatware you will be using as we strive to make this a Zero Waste event. During the dinner, we will be viewing “From Paris to Pittsburgh,” a documentary that celebrates how Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change.

This Sunday in Worship

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Sunday, June 23, 10:15 am

1 Kings 9:1-15a
The sounds of summer are in full swing – barbecues, splashing in pools and lakes, kids running around the neighborhoods, crackling of campfires. In the midst of the start of summer, we hear the story of Elijah seeking God’s presence on a mountainside. Elijah, who has experienced God in big and loud ways, now hears God in an unexpected way- in the sound of silence. How do we make space to hear God in obvious and unexpected ways? Join us this Sunday as Rev. Mollie preaches on the sounds of silence and the substance we find in the pause.

 

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