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Worship in the Park

Mark your calendars: the annual Worship in the Park and Church Picnic is Aug 4th at 10:15AM, Dublin Park (corner of Roundtop and Tuckerman 80918). Barb Gilliland will preach our words of inspiration and GLO will lead us in songs of praise.  Potluck to follow worship. Chicken & tableware will be provided – bring a side dish or dessert to share. Please bring your own chair, sun hat and sunscreen to enjoy in the fun.  



Summer Church Renewal Book Study

For the summer of 2019, the Adult Sunday School Class will discuss this year’s church renewal book by David Fitch, Seven Practices for the Church on Mission.  Our lively discussions will be led by pastor Tom Letts. Chapter titles include The Lord’s Table, Reconciliation, Proclaiming the Gospel, Being with the “Least of These,” Being with Children, The Fivefold Gifting, and the Kingdom of Prayer.

We meet in the Gathering Place downstairs at 9AM. Coffee will be available in the Fellowship Hall, so grab a cup before you join us!

For those who don't participate in Adult Sunday school, Rev. Letts will a lead large group book study during fellowship hour on Sunday, 6/23 and Sunday, 7/14. The Renewal Commission participants will be on a panel to interact with Rev. Letts during these large group discussions. 

Fellowship commission will organize a potluck on both of these Sundays.

The book study will culminate in our Service Worship on Sunday, 7/21 putting what we have learned into action through hands-on service activities. Sign ups for the various service worship activities will take place on 7/14 after the book study group concludes.
Hiking Group

On Tuesday, July 9th we’ll hike Lovell Gulch in Woodland Park. Please meet at east end of Safeway parking lot Colorado Ave and 32nd St. at 7:30am. Contact the office if you want to join.

Thursday Book Group
The Thursday Book Group meets on 2nd Thursdays in FH at 2 pm. On Thursday, July 11th, we’ll discuss You're Stepping on My Cloak and Dagger, by Roger Hall. With a sharp eye and wry wit, Roger Hall recounts his experiences as an American Army officer assigned to the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II.  Called one of the funniest and most perceptive works ever written about life in the OSS, the book includes a wealth of unforgettable personalities that Hall encountered over the years. If you’d like to join us, you can borrow a PPLD copy of the book in the CR.



Community Garden

Weed Patrol:  we are looking for volunteers to check for and pull weeds as needed for our newly planted community garden. Contact the office if you want to help.