Reflection and Action for January, 2017

 


Sunday, January 22

10:00 a.m., Hamilton Middle School

What Now?
Rev. Jeannie Shero and Aaron Norris, Ministerial Resident

A community of prophecy looks back to learn from the wisdom of the past. And, it looks forward, asking, “What next? How can we be people of faith in the coming days?” Prophecy is always informed by what has been, sees where we are now with clarity, and urges us toward the possible bright future that we can share together if we will respond. In this month, we are called to answer the call of love. Join us as we seek meaningful answers to the big questions of this moment in time.

January is Membership Month!

If you’ve been considering membership, or would like information about how to become a member at First Universalist, please stop by the Membership Table near the main entrance after the service.


We’re Building for Our Future

While our permanent building on E. Hampden Ave. is undergoing a major renovation, we hope you will join us on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. at Hamilton Middle School, located at 8600 E. Dartmouth Ave. in Denver (map).

BFF Update, January 2017. Visit our Vimeo page for more videos.

News & Events

Stay up to date on church life and events by joining our secure email list, from which you can opt out at any time. In the latest issue of our monthly e-newsletter: see a feature article from our Ministerial Intern, Elizabeth Mount, watch a construction update, and find many great events to add to your calendar.

Most weeks out of year, the congregation gives 100% of the donations collected during the Sunday offering to community partners working for social justice and equity. The Compassion in Action program promotes generosity and raises awareness within the congregation about social justice concerns.

A note from Kenny Hood, Program Coordinator, RMIAN:

On behalf of the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network’s (RMIAN) board and staff members, I extend a most sincere thank you to you and the First Universalist Church of Denver for your recent donation…The students, child crime victims, asylum seekers and others that RMIAN serves simply could not navigate the complex immigration system on their own and RMIAN is honored to provide these vital services to this population. Thank you again for the support and for making it possible to create opportunities for these very vulnerable and deserving members of our community.