On October 6th and 7th, our church will host Spire Chamber Ensemble presenting a semi-staged performance of Craig Hella Johnson’s Considering Matthew Shepard in honor of the 25th anniversary of one of America’s most notorious anti-gay hate crimes.
We are proud to be hosting Spire Chamber Ensemble performing “Considering Matthew Shepard” by Craig Hela Johnson on October 6 and 7, 2023.
When I was still teaching at the seminary, I wrote an article about preaching in which I compared the creative process to making a movie. Lots of scholars have borrowed various metaphors over the years to get at what putting a sermon together is like.
Community. That word means many different things to many different people. But for 70 of us here at Country Club Christian Church, “community” meant being a group in the Rocky Mountains.
The 9:01 On The Lawn worship service is held in front of the church Sundays through Labor Day. Check-in, find song lyrics, see announcements and events, and tithe on through this page.
The second episode from the new podcast “No Pulpit Required” with Rev. Bryce Bowers is now available for your listening pleasure!
Earlier in May, we asked members and the Preschool to paint prayer rocks for the future of this church. It was a fun and meaningful activity for all ages.
The first event of the Summer Pop-Ups was held on Wednesday, June 21, 2-23! We had over 50 bingo participants of all ages yelling out “BINGO”, “BOOP” and “JUST ONE MORE”!
One way to describe a sermon is as “a small piece of the Church’s ongoing conversation.” There are obviously two sides to that equation: there is what gets said prior to any given sermon that preachers account for (scholarly commentaries and everyday conversations), as well as the discourse that continues afterward, when the sermon is no longer the preacher’s but hopefully living on in the people who heard it.
By Rev. Joe Walker, Minister of Congregational Care If someone were to ask, “Where is your church,” how would you answer that question? Likely, your first response would be to give the location of the physical building, “It’s that beautiful gothic church on Ward Parkway.” During these summer months, you might …
Demolition on the east side of the building continues to draw crowds!
Easter serves as the culmination of several holy week traditions, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter. We invite you attend each of these services in person or online.
The sun was not shining, but the excitement in the air and the smiles on faces definitely brightened the “Next 100 Groundbreaking” that was held on Sunday, March 26, 2023. Over 150 people of all ages gathered on the east side of the church where the most visible renovations will be taking place.
You are invited to a fun celebration on Sunday, March 26 at 12pm. This year’s annual Spring Fling will include a special groundbreaking as we begin renovations for the Next 100 Years!