July 17, 2022

Hosting:  Debbie on ZOOM.us

JanuaryMarshall Fire Relief Support (Week of Compassion and Other)   825
JanuaryFireside Legacy Fund – Over and Above15
JanuaryFireside Legacy Fund – Scheduled Giving/Total Deposits – (As of June 30)2640
FebruaryDisciples Mission Fund – Week of Compassion (Feb 20 & 27)  600
MarchUkraine Humanitarian Support2946
AprilDisciples Mission Fund – Easter (April 10 & 17)525
AprilProject Angel Heart – Dining Out for Life (April 28)679
MayDisciples Mission Fund – Pentecost (May 29 & June 5)300
JuneGun Violence Prevention/Education805
JulyLGBTQ+ Alliance1155
AugustColorado Village Collaborative – Over and Above 
 Colorado Village Collaborative – Scheduled Giving – (As of June 30)420
SeptemberAlzheimer’s Association (Walk Sept 17)  
OctoberDisciples Mission Fund – Reconciliation (September 25 & October 2) 
October/DecTennyson Center1152
NovemberDisciples Mission Fund – Thanksgiving 
DecemberDisciples Mission Fund – Christmas 
 WHI/CHUM Collection Items405
 Anti-Racism Support (As of June 30)460
 COVID-19 Relief Support / Food Bank (As of June 30)1310
 Interfaith Alliance60
Total 14,297
 Fireside Legacy Fund Total – CC Foundation$15,102.91

Ongoing Mission and Service Projects:

  • Any contribution to support those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
  • Any contribution to support anti-racism pro-reconciliation efforts.
  • Items for WHI/CHUM.

Our Mission First Goal:

  • to be a church that acts on God’s overwhelming call to respond with compassion to the vulnerable
  • to educate ourselves and others about our life with undocumented people, refugees, and immigrants and to provide assistance as much as possible
  • to address issues of health care, disabilities, and special needs children
  • to work for human rights for all people, including Muslims, Jews, other minority religious groups, women, LGBTQ+, and more
  • to remain committed to the poor, the hungry, the homeless, people with mental health issues, the uneducated, the powerless, and the afraid


  • Our Zoom Socials will continue as desired every Wednesday at 6:00.
  • Our July 24 Host:  Richard (chapter 10) // Communion:  Phil M.
  • Our July 31 Host:  (chapter 11)
  • Our August 7 Host: Judy  (chapter 12) // Communion: Judy
  • Our August 14 Host: Debbie (chapter 13) // Communion: Debbie
  • Our August 21 Host:  (chapter 14)
  • Our August 28 Host:  (chapter 15)
  • Our September 4 Host:  (afterward)
  • Our September 11 Host:  Debbie
  • Our September 17-18:  Retreat at the Stone House at Mother Cabrini Shrine
    • Down to Earth:  Cultivating Ecojustice through Ecospiritual Practices
    • $70 per person
  • Our September 25 Host:  Debbie
  • Our October 2 Host:  Debbie


  • Debbie led us in our discussion of A Human Problem.    

Joys and Concerns:

  • Judy’s brother is doing great after his surgery!  He’s making excellent progress in his recovery.
  • Sherrill received many accolades from professional writers in her field and received a scholarship to another writing academy.
  • Richard’s great-grandson received a full scholarship to a university in Japan.  
  • Max is enjoying the work on his home church’s search committee and feels they are off to a great start.
  • Gregory is acclimating to his chemo treatments.
  • Sherrill’s friend, Tammy, has leukemia. 
  • Phil C. expressed concern for the future of the Christian Church Central Rocky Mountain Region, as four, young, ministers have left the region for other positions, and consequently, left a void in leadership.
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