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We are pleased to announce an extremely exciting offer from Ministry Designs, the United Church of Christ’s web-design partner. From January 1 to February 15, 2017, Ministry Designs will design a FREE website for ANY UCC church, including yours.  Many of our churches are looking to improve their websites, and some churches don’t have a… Read More


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Beginning Friday, December 23 and ending Tuesday, January 3, the Rocky Mountain Conference Office will be closed for the holidays. All phone calls and emails will be answered upon our return. In case of emergency only, please call Conference Minister Rev. Sue Artt at 303.968.9776. For all other issues, please email us at connect@rmcucc.org; we’ll… Read More


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After a very contentious event in early November, we shared a few sermons from RMC pastors that really hit the nail on the head. Or gave us hope. Or made us laugh. Or affirmed our anxieties and sadness. Then, we heard back: “The sermons you shared were so powerful. I wish there was some way to… Read More


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To everyone in the Rocky Mountain Conference: You are cordially invited to attend General Synod 2017 in Baltimore! This year’s theme: Make Glad! Read Rev. John C. Dorhauer’s Welcome Letter All churches are invited to send visitors to Synod; attendees do NOT have to be elected RMC Conference Delegates. The RMC’s delegates are listed below.… Read More


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Boston (Feb. 2, 2007) Ð Sailors assigned to guided missile destroyer USS Mahan (DDG 72) serve lunch to homeless veterans at the New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans. The community service project is just one of several planned events for the Sailors during their brief port visit to Boston. Mahan, assigned to Standing NATO Maritime Group One, are spending a few days in the New England port city before resuming a NATO joint operational training mission. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Dave Kaylor (RELEASED)

On November 12, the Colorado Council of Churches released an ecumenical statement on hunger and homelessness in recognition of National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week. The Rocky Mountain Conference is proud to have signed the statement, along with several other local denominational conferences and churches. While this statement comes from a Colorado-based organization, we know… Read More


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Congregations Alive! 3, which will take place Thursday, February 2 to Saturday, February 4, 2017, is now accepting registrations online! The early-bird registration special will end at midnight on December 15. This biennial event (and third in this series) will again be held at First Plymouth Congregational UCC in Englewood—our most generous and welcoming host church! This… Read More


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It has been an extraordinarily contentious and drawn-out election season, and theoretically, it ended last Tuesday evening. But we have seen that our nation’s true test has only begun. We are a diverse Conference in a diverse country, and the people of Rocky Mountain have likely felt just about every emotion possible in just a… Read More


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Below is a prayer offered by Rev. Tamara Boynton during the Conference-wide Prayer Call held on November 9, 2016. Click here to print or download a PDF version.   O Holy One, We are a divided country, torn in two every four years when we realize the extent of our differences and the passions of… Read More


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On Saturday, Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.,  there will be a Regional Gathering of Latinx¹ in the Rocky Mountain Conference held at Wash Park UCC in Denver. The meeting is the result of an electronic survey conducted earlier this year by the UCC’s Latinax Leadership Transition Team, in which Latinas and Latinos of… Read More


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The UCC Disabilities Ministries Board of Directors has recently announced the release of an updated publication “Any Body, Every Body, Christ’s Body: A Guide for Congregations, Association, and Congregations for Becoming Accessible to All.” Becoming Accessible to All (A2A) is a response to the growing need for churches to become accessible for all persons with… Read More