Saturday, March 4, 2023 at 9:30 a.m. Children 3 and under, bring your family for breakfast! We will be serving pancakes and have toys available in the Social Hall. Come meet parents with children of similar age.
Reverend Bryce Bowers Biography
Reverend Bryce Bowers joined our clergy as the Executive Minister on January 15, 2023. Bryce’s roles include leading the engagement and enrichment ministry of our church.
ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, Jan. 15 at 10am, Room 301 We are excited to launch a new Sunday school class for the new year to serve folks in middle adulthood! Are you in your fifties or sixties and looking for a space to connect with others? Stop by Room 301 for a chance …
Advent Sermon Series 2022
We know the story of Jesus born in a manger. Shepherds, angels and wise men appear on Christmas cards, as nativity sets and even on stained glass windows, to remind us of his birth. But did you know there are four unique perspectives in the Bible about Jesus’ arrival among us?
SNACKS IN THE PARK
Join Catherine and April at Franklin Park (Roe Ave & Somerset Dr.). THIS THURSDAY! Oct. 20, 3 – 5pm. We will have snacks! Invite friends and find us under a tree or at the picnic tables.
STAFF AND METRO MISSION TEAM MEMBERS BUILD A SHED
A team consisting of several church staff and members gathered at River of Refuge to assemble a shed to serve as storage for bikes and outdoor equipment. After a recent tour of the facility, with Pam Seymour (Executive Director) sharing outdoor equipment was prone to stealing even with a secured gated area, a private …
Change of Season
All this autumnal beauty is a halo around winter’s death and dormancy. This sublime enchantment is a last act, a valedictory display only possible because these leaves are starving. They will not go gentle into the night but blaze against the dying of their light. And here I am: stunned …
Club Kids Grace at Work
Sunday, Oct. 16 | 12:00 – 2:30pm 3rd – 5th Graders will eat lunch together in the Youth Center and then head to Grace United to help winterize the gardens. No skill needed, just a willing spirit, water bottle and work gloves! We have seats for 8 and will then …
Roots Dinner and Discussion
Tuesday, Oct. 18 | 6:30 – 8:30pm Adults in their 20s and 30s are invited to join in a potluck and discuss accessible, tangible spiritual practices. What does it mean to pray? What’s the potential in meditation? What does it look like to connect more deeply to God? Instead of off-site, …
Imposing and Impossible Texts
Oct. 17, 24, 31, 7:00 p.m. The first five books of the Bible (aka, the Torah) are full of wonderful, heartwarming… and troubling stories. Led by respected scholar and Rabbi, Michael Zedek, we’ll explore some of these challenging narratives together.
Donate Your Unused Flower Vases
Do you have a cabinet or shelf filled with empty vases that never get used? Here is your chance to free up that space and spread some joy and inspire kindness!
What’s So Good About the Good News?
The word “gospel” is used in the New Testament to translate a Greek word meaning “good news.” But what’s so good about it, and is it good for everyone?
Sermon Series: Walking Together
This week concludes the Walking Together Sermon Series. Click to see three videos that share how our congregation meets with you on the journey to a life with meaning.
2023 Community Camp
Christian Community Camp for 2023 is July 29-Aug. 5, 2023. Join families and individuals from our congregation for a week of hiking, horseback riding, fishing, crafting, relaxing and fun at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, Colorado. The group of 60-90 folks from all generations stays in a …
Summer Sermon Series
In this series we’ll receive practical wisdom for what it means to be Christian in the real world.