This week we kick off our June activities – plenty of opportunity to make connections with your neighbors and with your friends, and church brothers and sisters. Three opportunities for fun, food, and fellowship.
Wednesday June 14th, 6:00pm Kickoff BBQ with some creek cleanup in partnership with Wellman Condo Community just across Wellman Ditch. Come for a potluck meal to kick off the evening and some community creek cleanup.
Friday June 16th, join us at the Brewing Market in Lafayette at Espresso Vino, near Arapahoe and 95th as the Pearl Street Prophets roll out some more music. Last time they worked the the first time kinks and jitters, now they are ready to roll! The music starts at 6:30pm and will go ’til 9:00pm. Food and drinks will be available in abundance. Bring your family, friends and neighbors for a fun evening out on the town. Be there to kick it off in style at 6:30pm and stay as long as you like.
Sunday June 18th, the Freedom Tour pedals through town. This ride has become a tradition of raising awareness and funds for an important cause in our state and community. This year the Freedom Tour is highlighting the tragedy of Human Trafficking and ways to combat this horrible practice in our community. Join the team of 15 riders who are biking from North to South border of Colorado for this cause. We will share a meal together at 5:30pm followed by a presentation.
Further details for all these events are below.
This Sunday in corporate worship, we continue our journey through the teaching of Jesus on how to pray. Our focus will be Matthew 6:11, “Give us this day our daily bread.” Every word in this phrase gives insight into the power of this prayer. Read it several times and put an emphasis on a different word. For example, Give us this day our daily bread. And again, Give us this day our daily bread. Reflect on the understanding that comes from the varied emphasis on different words in the phrase. What insights do you experience?
Can’t wait to unpack this one with you on Sunday – May God fill you will everything and anything that need for this day. No need to worry about tomorrow either, God is already there too.
This Saturday, there is a cleanup scheduled at Maya Rogers home, see details below.
This Sunday we will be having a congregational meeting immediately after the worship service for electing our new deacons, report on our ministry goals for this coming summer and year, and a review/approval of the recommended budget for the new fiscal year.
See you Sunday!!
Check out this entry in Mark’s weekly blog on the
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