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The RMC Conference Office’s building will be closed today (Friday, August 10), but our staff is still available via 303.984.9118 (which will forward to remote staff) or connect@rmcucc.org. Thank you for understanding; we’ll be back in the physical office on Monday, August 13. Have a lovely Friday, RMC!… Read More


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Hi, RMC! Just a quick announcement that the RMC Office in Denver will be closed beginning tomorrow, June 6 through Monday, June 11, and will reopen Tuesday, June 12. Our 44th Annual Celebration is this week, and will run from Thursday, June 7 to Saturday, June 9. The RMC Staff will be heading to La Foret tomorrow,… Read More


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As Holy Week culminates, we want to wish you the most joyful and sacred of Easters! Sure, the chocolate and Easter-egg hunts are terrific… but the meaning behind this worship and celebration—the reawakening, reaffirmation, and renewal of our 2,000 year old faith—has power beyond measure. Whatever griefs and sorrows have held you over the last year,… Read More


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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! You, the people of the RMC, have done truly amazing work this year. As your Conference Staff, our goal is to make 2018 even more powerful and empowering for our churches! To make sure we hit the ground running in January, the Conference Office will be closed from Saturday, December 23, 2017 through Monday, January 1, 2018.… Read More


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Blessings, Rocky Mountain Conference! Today, the Conference launches the inaugural session of its IGNITE Leadership Initiative, taking place Monday evening through Friday morning at La Foret Conference & Retreat Center in Black Forest, CO. The IGNITE Leadership Initiative is a new RMC program with the goal of developing strong church leaders in times such as these. The world… Read More


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This 4th of July, we are especially grateful for our independence, and those veterans and leaders who have earned it for us. Because the UCC descends from Congregationalists who risked their lives to come to America on the Mayflower in the name of religious freedom, this holiday is uniquely integral to the way we practice our faith. We wish everyone a joyous (and… Read More