Dear friends, as I look outside of my office window it is snowing! Can you believe that just a few days before Christmas, snow is gracing our presents. As I sit here working on the Christmas Eve worship, playing through a host of traditional pop Christmas songs, seeing what I would like to use as prelude music to prepare us as we gather before Christmas as a family of faith, I am reminded of the reason why we come together. We come together whether at church or with family, because it is a time to share the love that the birth of Christ brings to our hearts. I personally wish to invite you, your family, and your friends to this years special time of worship. We are going to have a great time singing old familiar Christmas hymns, reading of the Christmas story, special reading by Marcia Hall and Dawn Skerritt, solo’s and duets from Virginia McDugall, Ross Hodgkins, Pastor Steven, and Tom Skerritt, and communion. I hope many of you will be able to join us as we gather at 5 pm for this special time of celebrating the eve of Christmas. For those of you who will not be able to join us, we wish you a Very Merry Christmas and a Blessing for the New Year!
Aug 23rd: Rebecca Tucker will be speaking on mass incarceration and the obstacles people face when leaving prison and attempting to reenter society. Sep 27th: Revs. Jann Holleran (UU) and Greg Garland (UCC) will be speaking on Reproductive Justice. Oct
On the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and fifth Sundays of the months there is an intimate communion led by lay leaders held behind the pulpit. Not all Sundays are always scheduled so ask Rev. Steven.
Our usual worship time is Sunday at 10:00am and lasts about an hour. We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of each week.
Dear friends. I received a phone call yesterday from Rev John Fiscus, sharing the news of Rev Jeannine Lamb’s sudden death, due to a heart attack. Jeannine was our interim pastor for six months after Craig Peterson moved to California,
Blue Christmas, Wed., Dec. 17 th: We have entered the time of joyous Christmas music, stores filled with glitter and gold, caroler spreading the joy of the season. Yet you feel out of sorts, not in the mood for the
Moving Toward the Light By Rev Steven R Mitchell Mountain View United Church, Aurora, Co 12/14/2014 Based on Isaiah 61:1-4 & John 1:19-28 We are starting the third week in Advent, which means we are half way to the
Shine On Us, O God By Rev Steven R Mitchell Mountain View United Church, Aurora, CO 11/3-/2014 Based on Psalm 80: 1-7, 17-19 First Advent Sunday As you came to worship this First Sunday of Advent, you might have