Hosting: Debbie and Phil
|January||Colorado Council of Churches||125|
|January||Food Bank of the Rockies||225|
|February||Disciples Mission Fund – Week of Compassion||320|
|April||Disciples Mission Fund – Easter|
|May||Dining Out For Life|
|May||Disciples Mission Fund – Pentecost|
|August||Colorado Village Collaborative||100|
|September||Fireside Legacy Fund Extra Offering – CC Foundation|
|October||Disciples Mission Fund – Reconciliation|
|November||Tennyson Center – Denver Dinner|
|November||Disciples Mission Fund – Thanksgiving|
|December||Disciples Mission Fund – Christmas|
|CRMR Mountain Top Offering (ongoing)||300|
|Fireside Legacy Fund – CC Foundation Deposits This Year (ongoing)|
|Fireside Legacy Fund Total – CC Foundation||$11,127.57|
Current Mission and Service Projects:
- Advocacy for the Colorado Village Collaborative – https://pages.donately.com/coloradovillagecollaborative/campaign/moving-forward
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 weak, and the afraid
- March 8 – Debbie and Phil hosting
- March 22 – Sandra hosting – sharing potluck
- April 19 – Cheryl hosting – sharing potluck
- May 3 – Sherrill hosting
- May 17 – Debbie and Phil hosting – sharing potluck
- Darryl Searuggs, Christine Campbell, and Donna Greene from the CRMR Reconciliation Ministry joined us today. The work of Reconciliation Ministry is being reintroduced to the region. To begin, they are conducting listening tours to determine people’s ideas, hopes, concerns, etc. Christine recommended Healing Racial Divides by Terrell Carter. An online book club may be organized, as well as workshops, anti-racism training events, and summer camp curriculum. More details to come!
Joys and Concerns:
- Sherrill is hospitalized at Aurora Regional Medical Center.
- Sherrill’s great niece, Ember, is now in stable condition and in the burn care unit.
- Lisa is not going to California or China but hoping for another fun vacation locally.
- Lisa has applied for a wonderful, new job opportunity.
- Cheryl has two more Sundays at Evergreen. A long-time friend from Utah is coming to Evergreen to hear her preach her last sermon!
- Richard is joyful on this International Women’s Day that he raised two strong women!
- Kristen and Steve closed on a new house in Castle Rock!
- Prayers for those affected by COVID-19. Richard is grateful for better communication about the coronavirus than had been given around other pandemics in the past.
- Prayers for those in Nashville and surrounding areas as they recover from tornado damage and personal loss.