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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


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Rev. Chris Gilmore and Rev. Dr. Kari Collins of Sixth Avenue UCC, Rev. Dr. David Bahr of Park Hill UCC, and Rev. Curt Preston of Lakewood UCC are collaborating to offer a BorderLinks experiential learning opportunity for up to 20 people* from around the RMC. During this time, we will have the opportunity to: Participate… Read More


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The United Church of Christ Racial Justice Ministry will host its first Book Discussion Webinar on Thursday, March 7, 2019, 10:00 am MT. You must register and proceed to the Racial Justice webpage to join the discussion. Book discussions are meant to stimulate new ideas for equipping yourself and others to act justly and dismantle systems of… Read More


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The Colorado Council of Churches (CCC) has announced it’s collaboration in a new campaign,  Faithful Tuesdays! As people of faith, we believe we are called to live into our principles by advocating for a just world for all. Faithful Tuesdays will be comprised of a diverse group of faith leaders, organizations, and community members who are committed to adding a deeper,… Read More


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Submitted by Robb Lapp, President – Archway Housing and Services, Inc.    Archway Housing and Services, Inc., a Mission Affiliate of the Rocky Mountain Conference UCC and 501(c)(3) non-profit, was started in 1997 as a mission of the Conference. Since then, we’ve created communities for marginalized and underserved people across Colorado. As of January 2019,… Read More


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To the beloved people of the RMC on this day of Epiphany: Many philosophers, scientists, researchers, and theologians propose the notion that “what we focus on expands.” I am a longtime believer of this proposition, and if it is indeed true that what we focus on expands, then letting ourselves get too tied up in… Read More


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This past Wednesday, Dec. 12, First Plymouth Congregational UCC and First Universalist Unitarian (both in Englewood, CO) hosted their Candlelight Vigil to Remember All Victims of Gun Violence to honor the thousands of people killed or wounded in America each year due to improper use of guns. Daryl Schreiber, our current Executive Admin (and new Manager… Read More


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Right now, the RMC is quietly and radically making history. For the first time in the Rocky Mountain Conference, both of our Conference Ministers—Rev. Sue Artt (CM) and Rev. Erin Gilmore (ACM)—are women. Further, all but one church in the Southeastern Association are led by female pastors. This isn’t an isolated trend, either: As of… Read More


Children's Trust Rally

Yesterday afternoon, Rev. Amy Petré Hill of Mountain View United (Aurora, CO) joined Rev. Peter Sawtell and Rev. Allyson Sawtell of Wash Park UCC (Denver, CO) to participate in a rally supporting the “Our Children’s Trust” lawsuit, or Juliana vs. U.S.  The plaintiffs are youth from all over the country (including the RMC) who are suing… Read More


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This November, Mike McHargue—also known as “Science Mike,” author of Finding God in the Waves and host of both The Liturgist and Ask Science Mike podcasts—will be at First Congregational Church in Greeley!  View Event Flier On Saturday, November 3, Science Mike will give two talks—at 10am and 2pm—focusing on contemplative spirituality in the Christian tradition. On… Read More