Vespers in the Courtyard

August 5 @ 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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You are invited to join us for a brief vespers service in the courtyard. Vespers is a simple service of evening prayers and songs, a way of giving thanks for the day that has been and reflecting on where God has been in the midst of the fullness of life. This will be a casual yet meaningful intergenerational service. See Rev. Mollie with questions.

Brewatitudes: Beer and Theology Group

August 19 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

One event on August 19, 2018 at 3:00pm


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Thank you to all who came for a great first gathering of Brewatitudes, a 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, and culture. Our next gathering will be August 19, from 3pm-4:30 pm at Green Mountain Beer Co. Food trucks will be available, beer is optional, openness to good conversation a must! Other upcoming conversations may be around vocation, privilege, violence and the Bible, religious vs. spiritual, and others as determined by the group. Discussion will be facilitated by Rev. Mollie, contact her with any questions.

This Sunday in Worship

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Sunday, July 22, 10:15 am

Most of us know the story of David confronting Goliath. It’s a classic story of the underdog winning the day. In part two of our sermon series on David, we’ll explore our own Goliaths and reflect on what tools we have within our reach that can help us stand tall, face down difficult odds, and stay hopeful in the face of tumult and strife. Join us this Sunday as Pastor Curt preaches on how five smooth stones and God’s presence can make all the difference.

Action Center Volunteer Opportunity

July 30 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

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On Monday, July 30, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, we need 20 volunteers to pack school supplies for needy schools at Steven’s Elementary School, 7101 W. 38th Ave, Wheatridge. Sponsored by the Action Center. Adults and kids 10 or older are welcome. They need all the help they can get, even if for just a couple hours. Bring a sack lunch. We are also collecting school supply donations. The most needed items are:  graph paper, red pens, highlighters, loose leaf paper- wide and college ruled, spiral notebooks, and backpacks.  For more info, contact Mike Fife.

This Sunday in Worship

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Sunday, July 15, 10:15 am

 

Many of us know of King David as one of the great rulers of ancient Israel. But before he was king, he was just a shepherd boy. David had a lot of older brothers who would have been the obvious choice to lead God’s people. But as is so often the case, God doesn’t go with the obvious choice. More often than not, God doesn’t call the qualified. God qualifies the called. God has a way of seeing past the surface into the hearts of humans and drawing forth the gifts we don’t even know we have. Join us this Sunday as Pastor Curt preaches the first of a three-part sermon series on David and how he became the leader God knew he could be.

This Sunday in Worship

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Sunday, July 8, 10:15 am

At church camp and during the Western Regional Youth Event, anytime a young person needs to go somewhere away from the group, they are asked to “take a buddy!” For safety, for caring, to learn from one another, to help one another be brave, going out into the world with a buddy seems like a great idea. Jesus sent the disciples out two by two in our Gospel reading for this Sunday. Beyond keeping one another company, what do we learn from going through this life with a buddy or buddies? How does God work differently through two or more gathered in God’s name? Join us this Sunday in worship as Rev. Mollie preaches on the joys and challenges of “taking a buddy.”

Summer Film Series

July 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

An event every week that begins at 6:30pm on Thursday, repeating until July 26, 2018


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July 12: Sister Act (PG)
This 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg tells the story of Deloris Van Cartier, a Reno lounge singer, who witnesses a murder and must be hidden in a convent under a witness protection program. She immediately clashes with Mother Superior and the rules of the convent. She finds friends and solace leading the church’s choir. This heartwarming “fish out of water” comedy will have you singing along and wondering what kind of music is at the heart of authentic worship.

July 19: Songcatcher (PG-13)
Winner of a Special Jury Prize at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, Songcatcher tells the story of Doctor Lily Penleric, a brilliant musicologist, who after being denied a promotion at the university where she teaches, impulsively visits her sister in Appalachia. There she stumbles upon the discovery of her life – a treasure trove of ancient Scots-Irish ballads, songs that have been handed down from generation to generation, preserved intact by the seclusion of the mountains. With the goal of securing her promotion, Lily ventures into the most isolated areas of the mountains to collect the songs and finds herself increasingly enchanted – not only by the rugged purity of the music, but also by the raw courage and endurance of the local people as they carve out meaningful lives against the harshest conditions.

July 26: Amazing Grace (PG)
Behind the song you love is a story you will never forget. This 2006 film takes place in 1797, where William Wilberforce, the great crusader for the British abolition of slavery, is taking a vacation for his health even while he is sicker at heart for his frustrated cause. With few allies such as his mentor, John Newton, a slave ship captain turned repentant priest who penned the great hymn, “Amazing Grace, Wilberforce fruitlessly fights both public indifference and a moneyed opposition determined to keep their exploitation safe. Nevertheless, Wilberforce finds the inspiration in newfound love to rejuvenate the fight with new ideas that would lead to a great victory for social justice.

Summer Film Series

July 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

An event every week that begins at 6:30pm on Thursday, repeating until July 26, 2018


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July 12: Sister Act (PG)
This 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg tells the story of Deloris Van Cartier, a Reno lounge singer, who witnesses a murder and must be hidden in a convent under a witness protection program. She immediately clashes with Mother Superior and the rules of the convent. She finds friends and solace leading the church’s choir. This heartwarming “fish out of water” comedy will have you singing along and wondering what kind of music is at the heart of authentic worship.

July 19: Songcatcher (PG-13)
Winner of a Special Jury Prize at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, Songcatcher tells the story of Doctor Lily Penleric, a brilliant musicologist, who after being denied a promotion at the university where she teaches, impulsively visits her sister in Appalachia. There she stumbles upon the discovery of her life – a treasure trove of ancient Scots-Irish ballads, songs that have been handed down from generation to generation, preserved intact by the seclusion of the mountains. With the goal of securing her promotion, Lily ventures into the most isolated areas of the mountains to collect the songs and finds herself increasingly enchanted – not only by the rugged purity of the music, but also by the raw courage and endurance of the local people as they carve out meaningful lives against the harshest conditions.

July 26: Amazing Grace (PG)
Behind the song you love is a story you will never forget. This 2006 film takes place in 1797, where William Wilberforce, the great crusader for the British abolition of slavery, is taking a vacation for his health even while he is sicker at heart for his frustrated cause. With few allies such as his mentor, John Newton, a slave ship captain turned repentant priest who penned the great hymn, “Amazing Grace, Wilberforce fruitlessly fights both public indifference and a moneyed opposition determined to keep their exploitation safe. Nevertheless, Wilberforce finds the inspiration in newfound love to rejuvenate the fight with new ideas that would lead to a great victory for social justice.

Summer Film Series

July 26 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

An event every week that begins at 6:30pm on Thursday, repeating until July 26, 2018


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July 12: Sister Act (PG)
This 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg tells the story of Deloris Van Cartier, a Reno lounge singer, who witnesses a murder and must be hidden in a convent under a witness protection program. She immediately clashes with Mother Superior and the rules of the convent. She finds friends and solace leading the church’s choir. This heartwarming “fish out of water” comedy will have you singing along and wondering what kind of music is at the heart of authentic worship.

July 19: Songcatcher (PG-13)
Winner of a Special Jury Prize at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, Songcatcher tells the story of Doctor Lily Penleric, a brilliant musicologist, who after being denied a promotion at the university where she teaches, impulsively visits her sister in Appalachia. There she stumbles upon the discovery of her life – a treasure trove of ancient Scots-Irish ballads, songs that have been handed down from generation to generation, preserved intact by the seclusion of the mountains. With the goal of securing her promotion, Lily ventures into the most isolated areas of the mountains to collect the songs and finds herself increasingly enchanted – not only by the rugged purity of the music, but also by the raw courage and endurance of the local people as they carve out meaningful lives against the harshest conditions.

July 26: Amazing Grace (PG)
Behind the song you love is a story you will never forget. This 2006 film takes place in 1797, where William Wilberforce, the great crusader for the British abolition of slavery, is taking a vacation for his health even while he is sicker at heart for his frustrated cause. With few allies such as his mentor, John Newton, a slave ship captain turned repentant priest who penned the great hymn, “Amazing Grace, Wilberforce fruitlessly fights both public indifference and a moneyed opposition determined to keep their exploitation safe. Nevertheless, Wilberforce finds the inspiration in newfound love to rejuvenate the fight with new ideas that would lead to a great victory for social justice.

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