Join us for an Easter Egg Hunt in nearby Dailey Park on Saturday, April 15 at 10am! Please RVSP by following the link below:
RSVP for CCD Easter Egg Hunt on Sat Apr 15
In the book of Acts in the New Testament (sometimes referred to as The Acts of the Apostles) we see the beginning of the Church. God had clearly been working in the world up to that point as we can see in the Old Testament. It leads us, as readers of God’s Grand Story, to wonder what was new, what was beginning, and what continued. Join us as we consider what it might mean to the Church in Denver.Read More
In the book of Acts in the New Testament (sometimes referred to as The Acts of the Apostles) we see the beginning of the Church. God had clearly been working in the world up to that point as we can see in the Old Testament. It leads us, as readers of God’s Grand Story, to wonder what was new, what was beginning, and what continued. Join us as we consider what it might mean to the Church in Denver.
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Most people, upon considering the biblical account of Jonah, think of the story of the fish swallowing the man. While it certainly is a part of this story, it is not the central theme…it only takes up 3 verses in the entire story! What the readers of this story are invited to reflect upon is God’s incredible compassion as it is shown to not only Jonah but, more importantly, to the Ninevites. It is not an “Us vs. Them” mentality that the people of God are to be imbued by,Read More
Lent is a 40-day (plus Sundays) journey to the cross that Christians around the world embark on each year as we look forward to Easter and the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection. But the first journey to the cross was much longer. For three years, Jesus gradually made himself known and where he purposely marched forward to his death. Much of Jesus’ disclosure about himself happened around the dinner table, the centerpiece of relationship and
Today’s worship service – Sunday, Feb. 22 – has been cancelled.
Please join us again next Sunday, March 1st for worship, and our rescheduled potluck and congregational meeting.Read More
“Separating life into distinct categories of ‘sacred’ and ‘secular’ damages, sometimes irreparably, any attempt to live a whole and satisfying life, a coherent life with meaning and purpose, a life lived to the glory of God. Nevertheless, the practice is widespread. But where did all these people come up with the habit of separating themselves and the world around them into these two camps? It surely wasn’t from the Bible. The Holy Scriptures, from beginning to end, strenuously resistRead More
Advent Prayerbook from Liberti Church Philadelphia, PA (One of our sister churches in www.cityclassis.org/', 'City Classis');" title="CityRead More
There he is: baby Jesus, lying in a manger with a halo strapped on, no tears, and with well-groomed shepherds, sheep and angels singing about the beauty of this moment. Yeah right. That’s the way Christmas pageants and Hallmark greeting cards tell the story, but the Christmas story is anything but sanitized. And it’s not just Mary and Joseph that can put a damper on a Christmas party. Jesus’ family tree is full of questionable characters. But rather than an embarrassment to minimized or a mistake to be covered up, the gospel writers point us back to Jesus’ scandalous familyRead More
How to Be Wise (October 5 – November 23)
The Book of James
The Christian life centers around the gospel that says, “There’s nothing you can do to make God love or to earn his favor. God already loves you in Jesus.” This truly is good news, but it can leave a person scratching his/her head, asking, “Okay, I believe that; now what?” In a very practical, direct, and at times convicting manner, the book of James answers reminds us what it looks like to believe the gospel in everyday life. Join us this Fall as we consider what it looks likeRead More