Sunday, June 18

10:00 a.m., Hamilton Middle School

The Real Tragedy of the Commons

Christopher Watkins Lamb

Are we inherently selfish or cooperative? Come find out what English sheepherders, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Donald Trump’s America have in common as we explore a radical way to restructure society guided by our covenantal faith.

We are pleased to welcome guest speaker Christopher Watkins Lamb, Young Adult Coordinator & Religious Exploration Music Coordinator at Foothills Unitarian Church in Fort Collins, Colorado. During the service, we  will also be joined by musical guests from the Nueva Escuela de Musica, who will offer music and share why they are passionate about the mission of their school.

Compassion in Action Offering:
Nueva Escuela de Musica


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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).

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Compassion in Action

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.

A note from Kathleen M. Cronan, Executive Director of Earthlinks:

“Thank you for your donation of $1,300 to Earthlinks. Your donation helps us to continue to work at the “grass-roots” level, addressing sustainability issues for our Earth and for our participants. We could not do this without your help…I was so grateful to be able to share in your service…I found it very moving and inspiring. Thank you for this generous donation and for all you do to make our community better.”