Interfaith Summit on Homelessness
Mar
28
9:00 am09:00

Interfaith Summit on Homelessness

  • Iliff School of Theology

Interfaith Summit on Homelessness

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM MDT
Iliff School of Theology
2323 East Iliff Avenue
Denver, CO 80210

Cost:  FREE

We are seeking faith leaders from interfaith congregations across Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson counties interested in learning sustainable ways for their congregation to address homelessness in their community. Whether you are a pastor, rabbi, imam or are tasked with leading a ministry or missions committee, you play a vital part in leadership toward ending homelessness through access to housing. This summit will feature a panel from community and congregational leaders, interactive breakout sessions from community agencies, time for networking and an action plan to equip you with the tools needed to educate, engage and advocate around homelessness in Metro Denver.

REGISTER HERE!

Women's Retreat - SISTR
Apr
28
Apr 30

Women's Retreat - SISTR

  • Highlands Camp & Retreat Center

Sisters in Spirit Women's Retreat

“WHERE IS GOD WHEN I AM AFRAID?”

Keynote Speaker: Rev. Dr. Dee Cooper

Let’s face it, we live in a world with many opportunities to be afraid.  So much of our world, our nation, our daily input from others is influenced and driven by this strong emotion …. FEAR.  When we feel afraid, it is easy to feel alone or isolated, and even wonder, “where are you, God?”  To be clear, fear is a gift of God that warns us we need to pay attention to our environment and our safety. And yet, fear increases adrenaline in our system, which impacts our health. When we are experiencing fear, we cannot access the cerebral part of our brain to make wise choices, decisions, or even consider options. 

During this weekend, we will consider how our own perspective of God impacts our understanding of fear. We will explore the impact of fear in our lives and in our bodies.  We will practice techniques of moving fear through our bodies, so that we can be fully present and responsible in our lives and authentically connected to each other.  We will also wonder, what would we be doing if we were not so afraid?
 

RETREAT HOSTS
Presbyterian Church of the Covenant
Genesis Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church, Lakewood
Green Mountain Presbyterian Church
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Arvada Presbyterian Church
St. Paul Presbyterian Church
Church of the Hills, Evergreen 

Click here for brochure and registration form.

For more information, contact Sharon Blackstock.

WilderSoul: Untamed Mind of Christ
May
16
May 18

WilderSoul: Untamed Mind of Christ

  • Golden Gate Canyon State Park

WilderSoul Retreat

The Untamed Mind of Christ is an experiential introduction to our four day nature-based immersion designed to help Christian leaders encounter, explore, live and lead from our innate human wholeness.

You will learn skills to cultivate your own wholeness for leadership and practices you may integrate within your own ministries in Christian leadership:

  • Self-designed ceremony
  • Guided invitations to solo-wanders in sacred conversation with God and nature
  • Contemplative prayer practices
  • Creative expression through the arts, journaling, worship
  • Group work in circle, dyads and triads
    You will discover unique expressions of the story and pattern of Christ within your own life within a safe and authentic community of fellow pilgrims. Renew your vision and compassion for deeper service to a world desperately longing for the authentic and transformative contributions of visionary leaders, sacred priests, and social prophets of the cultural renaissance happening in our time. This training is also preparation for our longer 4-5 day immersion where we invoke our wholeness as we deepen into the treasure hidden in the field, our own wild souls.

PROGRAM INFORMATION:

  • May 16th-18st, 2017. Intensive starts 1 pm Tuesday and ends 1 pm Thursday.
  • Golden Gate Canyon State Park at Reverend's Ridge Campground.
  • Cost: $250 - Early Registration Special (before Feb 15, 2017)! Includes guide fees, lodging & meals for two days, two nights. Registration opens November 15th, 2016.
  • Limited Space Available (12 spots)

More information, click here, email Rev. Matt Syrdal or call 303-319-9464.


St. Patrick's Day Dinner - Strasburg Presbyterian Church
Mar
18
5:30 pm17:30

St. Patrick's Day Dinner - Strasburg Presbyterian Church

  • Strasburg Presbyterian Church

St. Patrick's Day Dinner

Strasburg Presbyterian Church
56636 Iowa Street
Strasburg, CO

Enjoy delicious corned beef and cabbage, homemade soda bread, baked potato bar and dessert!

Adults: $10
children: $5

Saturday, March 18th, 5:30 pm - 7 pm

All proceeds benefit the Zimbabwe Mission Project

Reservations and ticket information:
Call Strasburg Presbyterian Church
303-622-4325

Songs and Stories with Rev. Tim Mooney at Bethel Presbyterian Church
Feb
19
10:00 am10:00

Songs and Stories with Rev. Tim Mooney at Bethel Presbyterian Church

  • Bethel Presbyterian Church

Bethel Presbyterian Church
"Songs and Stories"

At 22 I wrote my first song; I was 49 when I wrote my second.  Since that 2nd song I’ve written 75 more and counting!  My songs are about all of life.  But I’ve discovered that though not necessarily intended, my songs serve as metaphors for the spiritual life.  How many times have I sung a song written about another, only to smile at how it speaks to me deeply.  Humbling!  And many people have come up to me to say my songs spoke to them in a meaningful way.   So grateful!  At 10 am on Sunday February 19th at Bethel Presbyterian Church I will offer something I call “Songs and Stories.”  I will sing, tell stories, and invite you to reflect on how these songs meet your own story, and we will explore together how our every day experiences of love, sadness, wisdom, and confusion, and so much more, are the grist for our spiritual growth.  I promise it won't be your typical Sunday!  I hope you'll join me as we listen for the Spirit at work in our lives - in all our lives.

Rev. Tim Mooney

Sunday, February 19th at 10 a.m.
Bethel Presbyterian Church
1395 KING STREETDENVER, CO, 80204

WilderSoul Retreat Offering: Courage Amidst Chaos
Jan
28
Jan 29

WilderSoul Retreat Offering: Courage Amidst Chaos

  • Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center

All around us, the forces of fear and chaos are challenging the forces of love and wholeness. At this mini-retreat, we will explore the conversation between Scripture, soul and the natural world.

Led by Rev. Matt Syrdal at Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center
Saturday, January 28, 2017, beginning at 3 pm and concludes Sunday, January 29, 2017 at noon
Cost: $121.00, includes retreat, lodging, dinner and breakfast

To register contact Highlands by calling 303-747-2888.  For more information about the event and facilities check out their website, click here.

Association of Presbyterian Church Educators is coming to DENVER!
Jan
24
Jan 28

Association of Presbyterian Church Educators is coming to DENVER!

  • Denver

APCE is coming to Denver!

LOCAL EDUCATORS, PASTORS, YOUTH LEADERS AND VOLUNTEERS YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE NATIONAL APCE EVENT HAPPENING IN DENVER IN JANUARY 2017!
COME FOR THE FULL EVENT, JUST A DAY OR ONE OF OUR SPECIAL EVENTS!

Daily registration available:

  • Tuesday, January 24, 2017 Pre-Events including Soul to Soul Suicide Prevention training and Children and Worship Training
  • Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 9 a.m. Protecting Houses of Worship at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant (PCOC) (map) $10 at the door.
  • Thursday, January 26, 2017 night David LaMotte concert—tickets available, click here.
  • Friday, January 27, 2017 at 9 a.m. workshop at Central Presbyterian Church (map)—When Helping Hurts - leaders: Jacqueline Decker-Vanderpol and Robyn Michalove cost: $10 at the door.

RSVP for these events or any questions about APCE, contact Stephanie Fritz

Click here for flyer of workshops. 

To register for APCE and more information, click here.
 

Columbine United Church - Mission/Work Trip to Nicaragua
Jan
14
Jan 23

Columbine United Church - Mission/Work Trip to Nicaragua

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Want to join CUC’s Mission/Work Trip team to Nicaragua?

If you’re interested in joining with members of Columbine United Church’s (CUC) fourth Mission/Work Trip to Nicaragua the week of January 14-23, 2017, there is room for four more participants.

Cost of the trip is $1,175 for lodging, meals and transportation in Nicaragua and about $650 to $700 for roundtrip airfare from Denver to Managua. Participants will plan fundraisers to help offset the cost. For more details and to sign up, contact CUC trip coordinator Bretha Mahe at bewellnow@msn.com or 303-798-4556.  

Click here for printable information.

Celebrate Rev. Sheri Fry's 16 years at Montview Boulevard
Jan
8
12:00 pm12:00

Celebrate Rev. Sheri Fry's 16 years at Montview Boulevard

  • Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church

Join us in Fellowship Hall on January 8, after 11 a.m. service and do some tribute-sharing, punch-toasting, hand-sharing, thankful-hugging and farewell-praying to honor Reverend Sheri Fry's sixteen years at Montview.

From the thriving youth programs, work trips and beyond, to the robust mission service at home and around the world, Sheri has helped do it all.

Join us to thank her Sunday, January 8, 2017 at noon.

Printable flyer, click here.

Peoples Presbyterian Church - Holiday Classics
Dec
17
3:00 pm15:00

Peoples Presbyterian Church - Holiday Classics

  • Peoples Presbyterian Church

Join the combined choirs and instrumentalists of Peoples and Central Presbyterian Churches for an afternoon of holiday classics!

WHEN: Saturday, December 17, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.
WHERE: Peoples Presbyterian Church (map)
2780 York St, Denver, CO 80205

Good Shepherd Presbyterian - Equipping Spiritual Care Providers for Trauma Survivors
Oct
29
10:00 am10:00

Good Shepherd Presbyterian - Equipping Spiritual Care Providers for Trauma Survivors

  • Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church

Equipping Spiritual Care Providers for Trauma Survivors

Saturday, October 29th 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. 
Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church
10785 Melody Drive
Northglenn, CO 80234 (map)

Front range pastors and church leaders will gather to learn more about some best practices and organize to be more effective and responsive to the emotional and spiritual needs of trauma survivors in our communities.

Presenters:
Professor Carrie Doehring, Pastor Care and Counseling, Illif School of Theology
Rev. Howard Dotson, Pastor and Chaplain, Presbyterian Church USA  
Dr. Alice Hinkeldey, VA Psychiatrist, Johnstown, CO

Lunch will be provided. 
Please RSVP with Rev. Howard Dotson 505-303-8963  or E:pastor1ston4th@gmail.com

Click here for printable flyer.

Link to training resource, click here.

Celebration of Six Decades of Women's Ordained Ministries: Iliff Connections Community Chapel
Oct
26
11:00 am11:00

Celebration of Six Decades of Women's Ordained Ministries: Iliff Connections Community Chapel

  • Iliff School Of Theology, Chapel

Celebration of Six Decades of Women's Ordained Ministries:
Iliff Connections Community Chapel
and Luncheon Remembering Reverend Marilyn J. Phelps

In this Community Chapel we will give thanks for the leadership of Iliff alumnae who were among the early women fully ordained in the Presbyterian Church and the Methodist Church. The legacies of these women continue to encourage persons on the margins to boldly follow callings to leadership of Christian faith communities.

This leadership was illustrated through the second career work and life of Reverend Marilyn J. Phelps, remembered by her daughter and son-in-law, Deborah and Robert Touslee through The Reverend Marilyn J. Phelps Endowed Scholarship Fund. 

Please join us for worship to celebrate the ordained work of women in the past, present, and future, led by Reverend Margaret Hankins in the historical Iliff Chapel followed by community lunch in Iliff's Shattuck Hall.

Registration is appreciated, click here.

October 26, 2016
Iliff School of Theology
11:00 a.m. – Chapel
12:00-1:00 p.m. – Lunch in Shattuck Hall

First Presbyterian Church Brighton - Stewardship Presentation
Oct
15
Oct 16

First Presbyterian Church Brighton - Stewardship Presentation

  • First Presbyterian Church

A HEART for God: 
Stewardship as a Response to God’s Love

Guest Speaker: Grace Duddy Pomroy

Saturday, October 15th ~ 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Grace’s presentation will focus on three areas
Embracing Stewardship ~ the heart of a congregation’s life Generational Giving Patterns ~ why people give what they give Stewardship with Adults under 40 ~ what motivates them Light refreshments will be served.

Sunday, October 16th
Worship at 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. with Grace preaching
Open Forum with Grace at 8:45 a.m. ~ coffee, juice, and rolls.

Grace’s book Embracing Stewardship will be available for purchase and can be purchased ahead of time online, click here

This Stewardship weekend is offered by: Brighton First Presbyterian Church in partnership with The Presbyterian Foundation. First Presbyterian Church is located at 510 S. 27th Avenue in Brighton (map).

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Registration for the Saturday workshop is $20/person:
Please click here to register online or by contacting Stephanie Kelley at: stephanie@brightonfirstpres.org or 303-659-2192

Printable flyer, click here.

North Highlands Presbyterian & South Broadway Christian - Workshop responding to Palenstinian Christians
Oct
15
9:00 am09:00

North Highlands Presbyterian & South Broadway Christian - Workshop responding to Palenstinian Christians

  • South Broadway Christian Church

Israel/Palestine: Beyond the Headline


"In recent years the PC(USA) has made history with its strong support for Palestinian rights. This past June, the General Assembly passed an overture calling on Re/MAX to refrain from selling properties in illegal Israeli settlements. The Assembly also approved the use of boycotts and other nonviolent measures in support of oppressed peoples throughout the world.

Interested in learning more about the situation in the Holy Land and why more and more mainline denominations are taking strong positions against Israel's settlement enterprise? Then please plan to attend Israel/Palestine: Beyond the Headlines."    

A workshop responding to the call of Palestinian Christians—their word of faith, hope and love to Christians around the world, asking us to “preserve the word of God as good news for all.” Join with others who are passionate about justice, freedom and equality in the Holy Land. Learn the latest about the current situation in Israel and Palestine; hear from Palestinian Christians and others who are working for a just peace; make connections with issues of race and global social justice movements.

For complete information and to register go to Eventbrite, click here

Saturday, October 15, 9 am – 4:30 pm
South Broadway Christian Church, 23 Lincoln, Denver (map). 
Cost: $25.00/$15.00 Students. Early registration: $20.00 (by October 10)

Printable flyer, click here.

Information: Kelly Baker, North Highlands Presbyterian Church, Denver Presbytery

St. James Presbyterian Church - Dakota Blonde Benefit Concert
Oct
1
7:00 pm19:00

St. James Presbyterian Church - Dakota Blonde Benefit Concert

  • St. James Presbyterian Church

Free admission. A freewill donation will be taken to help our Mission Partnership fund the wells for Zimbabwe Kidz. Clean water so necessary to life and health. So unavailable to some school children and communities in Zimbabwe, Africa. There is s solution!

WHEN: Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: St. James Presbyterian Church, 3601 W. Belleview Ave. Littleton (map)

Click here for printable flyer.

Audition workshop for:The Best Christmas Pageant Ever - Sponsored by Presbyterian Church of the Covenant
Sep
28
7:00 pm19:00

Audition workshop for:The Best Christmas Pageant Ever - Sponsored by Presbyterian Church of the Covenant

  • Presbyterian Church of the Covenant

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

By Barbara Robinson


In special arrangement with Samuel French
DIRECTED BY RICK LONG
SPONSORED BY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF THE COVENANT

AUDITION WORKSHOP
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF THE COVENANT
5400 S. YOSEMITE ST.
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO 80112

OPEN AUDITIONS – ALL AGES
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5TH
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
PLEASE PREPARE A ONE MINUTE MONOLOGUE

PERFORMANCES
DECEMBER 23RD @ 7:00 PM & DECEMBER 24TH @ 5:00 PM

VOLUNTEER ACTORS NEEDED
6 WOMEN (AGES 30+)
4 MEN (AGES 30+)
6 GIRLS (AGES 5-17)
8 BOYS (AGES 5-17)

For An Audition Time, Please Contact:
Natalie Long – Elder for Children and Youth
720-347-5175 or denveractinfo@gmail.com

Brian McLaren, Author of,  “The Great Spiritual Migration: How the World’s Largest Religion Is Seeking a Better Way to Be Christian."
Sep
27
1:00 pm13:00

Brian McLaren, Author of, “The Great Spiritual Migration: How the World’s Largest Religion Is Seeking a Better Way to Be Christian."

  • Highlands Church

Brian McLaren is coming to
Highlands Church!

*This is not a Denver Presbytery Church

*This is not a Denver Presbytery Church

We have a fantastic opportunity coming up soon to hear amazing author, speaker, activist, and public theologian Brian McLaren at Highlands Church! 
 
Two events on Tuesday, September 27:
 
The first is a paid/ticketed afternoon intensive from 1-4:30 pm. called "An Afternoon with Brian McLaren." You can purchase tickets online now! There are special group rates for groups of four or more and ten or more! If you’re a long-time fan of Brian’s work, this will be an ideal opportunity to hear his latest thinking. If you’re unfamiliar with his work, this will be an excellent introduction. The afternoon is geared toward Christian pastors and lay leaders, but faith leaders from other traditions will also find the afternoon relevant, practically helpful, and inspiring. Find more details of the afternoon event (& also purchase tickets) on Facebook!

The second event is a FREE Book Reading event at 7:30 pm Tues, Sep 27 to hear Brian share from his new book, “The Great Spiritual Migration: How the World’s Largest Religion Is Seeking a Better Way to Be Christian." Everyone is welcome!!  Find more details about the free evening event online!

Colorado Council of Churches - Free Social Media Seminar
Sep
27
9:30 am09:30

Colorado Council of Churches - Free Social Media Seminar

  • New Hope Baptist Church

Did you know that on many social media platforms, faith leaders have as much as engagement from their followers as celebrities do? The problem is that a lot of faith leaders aren't on social media, or they neglect the social media accounts that they have started. This workshop will give you a nice introduction to several social media platforms and how they work, and it will give you tips on how these platforms can help your ministry. 

The Colorado Council of Churches is offering a FREE Interfaith Social Media Seminar on Tuesday, September 27th from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at New Hope Baptist Church (map).

Topics covered:

  • The Basics of Social Media
  • Social Media Tips for Clergy
  • How to use social media for fundraising

    For more information, contact Adrian Miller 303.825.4910

RSVP BY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, click here.

Peoples Presbyterian 110 Years - CELEBRATION!
Sep
23
Sep 25

Peoples Presbyterian 110 Years - CELEBRATION!

  • Peoples Presbyterian Church

Peoples Presbyterian Celebrates
110 years!

This year, Peoples Presbyterian Church celebrated its 110th Anniversary.

To honor this monumental achievement we are taking the next 110 days and building up to a three day tribute starting Friday, September 23rd through Sunday, September 25th. 

  • Friday, September 23rd - Family night sponsored by the Deacons of Peoples Church, at the church.
  • Saturday, September 24th - Luncheon with guest speaker at Park Hill Golf Club, 4141 E. 31st Ave. Denver, CO, 80207. 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
  • Sunday, September 25th - Special service with guest speaker and extended Fellowship hour at Peoples Church at 10 a.m.

IF YOU, OR ANYONE YOU KNOW, HAS BEEN INVOLVED WITH THE GROWTH AND LIFE OF PEOPLES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (USA) OVER THE PAST 110 YEARS, PLEASE HAVE THEM CONTACT THE CHURCH AT 303-297-9071.

We are planning a spectacular event and want everyone to join us.

People Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
2780 York St., Denver, CO 80205
303-297-9071
Contact: Dr. Wanda Beauman or Daphne Rice-Allen

For more information about the history of Peoples Presbyterian Church, click here.