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After 63 years of ministry in the southwest community of Denver, the congregation of Christ Congregational UCC at 2500 S. Sheridan Boulevard concluded their worship life together on March 31, 2019. They simultaneously gifted the Rocky Mountain Conference with their property which includes a functional building and a full square block of property. The Rocky Mountain Conference owes a debt… Read More


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First Plymouth Congregational Church is pleased to celebrate the calling of Rev. Jenny Shultz-Thomas as Senior Pastor. You are invited to a Service of Installation for Reverend Jenny Shultz-Thomas as Senior Pastor of First Plymouth Congregational Church on Sunday, October 20, at 3:00 pm, at 3501 S. Colorado Blvd. Englewood, CO. All Clergy, congregations, community… Read More


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Each year The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado awards three “Force of Good” awards — one each to a Colorado State Legislature, a Colorado non-profit community organization, and a Colorado faith community for their measurable action for radical love and justice in the past year. We are thrilled to share with you that Mountain View United… Read More


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Gotta love Pinedale! On Sunday, June 28, Pinedale Community UCC dedicated seven peace poles in a special ceremony. The ceremony was lovely with a lot of good liturgy and beautiful photos. And a special visitor to the church made his way onto the scene after the dedication. A story on Pinedale Community UCC and the peace poles will run… Read More


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By Daryl Schreiber The United Church of Christ is truly a multiracial and multicultural church. The 32 General Synod kicked off with songs sung in English, Tagalog, and Spanish. Then drummers and dancers from the Indian Community School of Milwaukee set the scene as representatives of the UCC’s Council for Racial and Ethnic Ministries poured water into a… Read More


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On Sunday, June 16, 2019, several UCC churches gathered to march in Denver’s Pridefest Parade. Joining together for the sixth consecutive year, we had our largest turnout yet and were a part of the largest Pridefest in Denver’s history! Our contingent included people from Park Hill UCC, Mountain View United Church, Wheat Ridge UCC, Kirk of Bonnie… Read More


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by Daryl Schreiber Late Sunday night, a bus of 55 asylum-seeking migrants, who had just been released in El Paso, pulled into Denver. First Plymouth Congregational UCC in Englewood sheltered 10 of these migrants and got them connected with their sponsors in the United States. They arrived at First Plymouth at about 3:00 am on Monday morning,… Read More