Hosting: Richard on ZOOM.us
|January||Fireside Legacy Fund – CC Foundation – Over and Above Offering||275|
|Fireside Legacy Fund – Scheduled Giving/Total Deposits – (Reported year-end)|
|February||Disciples Mission Fund – Week of Compassion||550|
|March||Disciples Mission Fund – Easter (March 28/April 4)|
|April||Project Angel Heart – Dining in for Life (April?)|
|May||Disciples Mission Fund – Pentecost (May 23)|
|July||LGBTQ+ Alliance – Over and Above Offering|
|LGBTQ+ Alliance – Monthly/Annual Scheduled Giving – (Reported year-end)|
|August||Colorado Village Collaborative – Over and Above|
|Colorado Village Collaborative – Scheduled Giving – (Reported year-end)|
|September||Alzheimer’s Association (Walk Sept 19)|
|October||Disciples Mission Fund – Reconciliation (October 2)|
|October/Dec||Tennyson Center – Over and Above Offering||200|
|Tennyson Center – Scheduled Giving – (Reported year-end)|
|November||Disciples Mission Fund – Thanksgiving|
|December||Disciples Mission Fund – Christmas|
|CRMR Regional Church – Scheduled Giving – (Reported year-end)|
|Anti-Racism Support (ongoing)|
|COVID-19 Relief Support (ongoing)||1100|
|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.
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 April 4 (Easter) host is Sherrill.
- Our April 11 host is Debbie.
- Richard led our Lenten discussion on Mary Oliver’s poem, “The Poet Thinks About the Donkey.”
Joys and Concerns:
- Prayers for all those suffering with COVID-19, for their caregivers and healthcare workers, and for those who are feeling the strain of being isolated.
- Prayers for all those suffering the pain of injustice.
- Prayers for our democracy and our capacity to find common ground.
- Kathi is in Denver Hospice to give Cos some much-needed respite care. Her care team will be reassessing her current needs tomorrow and may decide to continue with in-patient care.
- Cheryl had her second COVID shot.
- Cheryl’s parents are settling in nicely to their new assisted living residence. Cheryl is working hard to close out the home in Loveland. A program at Heart of the Rockies was the grateful recipient of many of her parents’ belongings, which they no longer need in assisted living.
- Sherrill reconnected with her cousin on Facebook. Sherrill and Tory will spend Easter together.
- Lisa is going to visit family in Kansas for Easter. Her house goes up on the market this week, and she has been working very hard on getting it ready for sale.
- Tory will participate in a sleep study Wednesday evening at Swedish.
- Bruce is hoping to retire in May.
- Ellen and family had a great time skiing this weekend.
- Sarah is volunteering once a week at a COVID vaccination clinic in Phoenix.