YAC Kick-Off

September 9 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Calling all YAC-ers who are in 7th grade and up to kick off our fall program year on Sunday, September 9. We’ll meet at our regular time of 6:30-8pm for games and time to reconnect after a summer of trips, camps, and other adventures. We’ll also spend a little time talking about our hopes for the 2018-2019 YAC year. Contact Rev. Mollie with any questions.

Fall Kick-Off and Potluck

September 9 @ 10:15 am - 11:15 am

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Summer tends to be the sleepy season at Lakewood UCC. School lets out, people go on vacation, and church activities shift down a gear. Everything just moves a little slower. Hopefully by now though, everyone’s feeling rested and eager to get going again. We’ll kick off our Fall season on September 9 with our choirs back in action and a celebratory potluck after the service. Our youth group, YAC, will have its own kick-off as well. More information on that to come!

2018 Women’s Retreat

October 19 @ 4:00 pm - October 21 @ 11:30 am

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This year’s theme is Refresh, Rejuvenate and let the Spirit Flow Through You. You can register here, or there are registration forms on the Welcome Center. The retreat will be held at the La Foret Retreat Center in Black Forest, just north of Colorado Springs. The Registration cost is $130.00.  Scholarships are always available, just contact Pastor Curt.  If you have any questions, contact Linda Andreen.

LUCC Book Group

August 19 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Our next meeting will be held Sunday, August 19th, in the Conference Room after Church. We will be discussing Olive Kitteridge, by Elizabeth Strout. If you have any questions, please contact Linda Andreen.

Fresh Foods and Homemade Goodies Fellowship

August 12 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Here’s your chance to provide our church family with a special treat prepared with your own hands.  Please join us in bringing an appetizer size snack of fresh or homemade goodies. A sign-up will be posted by the Conference Room. Thank you.

Worship in the Park

August 26 @ 10:15 am - 11:15 am

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Join us for our annual “Worship in the Park” service in Anderson Park* (4355 Field St, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033). We’ll get things rolling with a pre-service sing-a-long, then an hour of worship followed by a picnic lunch. Steve and Phil Goebel will provide their special homemade root beer and Fellowship will supply the ice cream to make floats. We’ll also have water available. Please bring any other food and drink you want. This is always one of our most popular services of the year, so mark your calendars now! Contact: Steve Goebel.

 

*Due to construction, the pavilion at Prospect Park was not available this year. We are meeting in a new location: Anderson Park (4355 Field St, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033). See a map here

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.

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.

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 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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


0

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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