This Sunday, October 2
10:00 a.m. at Hamilton Middle School
Bind Up the Broken
Rev. Jeannie Shero
This month we will explore the theme that we are “A Community of Healing.” Every person and every community experiences a need for healing. It is important to learn how to heal and how to allow others to support our healing. And, it is important to learn how to help others heal. Working together, with a common understanding of the reality of brokenness and need for healing, we can also reach out to help others in their time of need. Join us for the introduction of the theme.
Compassion in Action Offering: to support the social justice work of our church.
immediately following the service
The mission of our church is “to offer community for connection, renewal and transformation.” The Leadership Development Committee invites all to stay after the service next Sunday to learn about all the ways to connect in our community. Opportunities abound for discussion, meditation, art, music, leadership, learning, social justice work and socializing. Pick up an updated Connections Guide brochure any Sunday at the Welcome Center.
In the latest issue of Happenings, See photos of our new office, learn about our transition to Hamilton Middle School, meet the new FFRE staff team, and get the latest information on one of our biggest annual events, the “Home is Where the Heart Is” live auction and dinner on October 22!
Our permanent building on E. Hampden Ave. is undergoing a major renovation. During the 2016-2017 year, 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). Our temporary mailing address and weekday office location is 9185 E. Kenyon Ave., #275, Denver, 80237 (map). Check back for building updates here.
We thank Mekela Goehring from Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network, who spoke to us on September 11 about RMIAN’s work with children and adults undergoing immigration legal proceedings. We stand in solidarity with all those impacted by unjust immigration policies, and we are grateful to RMIAN for their work in community education and immigrant advocacy.