Worship Service - 9:30 am; Education Hour - 10:45 am

October 21
Worship – Vern Rempel will preach; Sermon title – “The community squirrel of Christ”  How proximity and accidents can create joyful relationships, in the Spirit of Christ.
Adult Education – Kris Rollerson from Sun Valley Youth Center will be presenting.

 

October 28
Worship – Rev. Claudia Aguilar Rubalcava currently serves as Associate Pastor for Justice and Witness at Virginia-Highland Church in Atlanta, GA. She was ordained in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) in 2012. Claudia earned her Master of Arts (Theological Studies) with a specialization in Christian Ethics from Columbia Seminary in 2008 and her Master of Divinity in 2011. She served as a pastoral intern at Mercy Community Church, and Westminster Presbyterian Church of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and as a campus minister at the Pontifical University of Chile and at her alma mater, Monterrey Institute of Technology, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations.Claudia loves her family, her hometown of Mexico City, and exploring Atlanta. She also enjoys cooking and baking for friends and family, listening to music, playing with her dog, and trying to become a master gardener with her husband Doug.
Adult Education – Giving Jeans a Second Chance!  Hassan Latif of the Second Chance Center will be leading the Adult Education hour this week.  You can learn more about the center at https://www.scccolorado.org/

 

 

 

 

FMC WELCOMING STATEMENT

We are an open and affirming congregation which seeks to live the teachings of Jesus.

We believe every person is created uniquely in the image of God, and we — regardless of these unique differences — welcome all into our church family.

  • We welcome persons of every gender identity, sexual orientation, race, culture, age, physical or emotional ability, immigration status, economic situation, and family composition.
  • We welcome persons regardless of where they may be on their spiritual journey.
  • We invite all to participate in the full life and ministry of our church (i.e., baptism, communion, marriage, leadership).

We believe that historical oppression continues, and we commit to continued discussion on how to recognize and stop our own oppressive acts.

Our desire is to embrace all in the name of Christ.

We believe there are hidden seeds of greater wholeness in everyone and everything.”
Rachel Naomi Remen