September 25, 2022

Hosting:  Debbie on

JanuaryMarshall Fire Relief Support (Week of Compassion and Other)   825
JanuaryFireside Legacy Fund – Over and Above115
JanuaryFireside Legacy Fund – Scheduled Giving/Total Deposits – (As of June 30)2640
FebruaryDisciples Mission Fund – Week of Compassion (Feb 20 & 27)  700
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
JulyColorado Village Collaborative – Over and Above500
 Colorado Village Collaborative – Scheduled Giving – (As of June 30)520
AugustDisciples Mission Fund Giving Day100
AugustLGBTQ+ Alliance1405
AugustAurora Public Schools’ Educator Emporium325
SeptemberAlzheimer’s Association (Walk Sept 17) 785
OctoberDisciples Mission Fund – Reconciliation (September 25 & October 2) 
October/DecTennyson Center1152
NovemberDisciples Mission Fund – Thanksgiving 
DecemberDisciples Mission Fund – Christmas 
 Max Dash Support for Janet and Gregory100
 WHI/CHUM Collection Items1753
 Anti-Racism Support (As of June 30)6460
 COVID-19 Relief Support / Food Bank (As of June 30)1510
 Interfaith Alliance60
Total 24,205
 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 October 2 Host:  Debbie


  • Debbie led us in our retreat this weekend – Down to Earth: Cultivating Ecojustice Through Ecospiritual Practices.  Twenty people participated in all sessions – sixteen in person and four online – with four more joining us online as time and circumstances allowed.

Joys and Concerns:

  • It was a joy to have participated in the retreat last weekend – and another joy to have Ron join us this afternoon.
  • Judy’s kidney stone procedure went very well!  Judy and Win are enjoying a concert this afternoon.
  • Cheryl has been diagnosed with pneumonia and is recovering with the help of antibiotics.
  • Cheryl is grateful for all the help and support she has received over the past weeks and months as she continues to grieve the loss of her parents.  She’s also grateful that she preached at Evergreen Christian Church today, as the mother of a lesbian daughter visited for the first time, and Cheryl was there to welcome her.
  • Sherrill asks for prayers for friends: a friend who is suicidal; a 17-year-old whose mother is moving to Mexico without her; and a woman who discovered mold in her apartment.
  • Tory is receiving treatment for lymphedema in her legs.  It’s painful at times, but the treatment is helping.
  • Janet was taking a walk today for some selfcare.
  • Ann asks for prayers for Shirley, a long-time member of Mountair Christian Church, who is in need of care.
  • Phil C. preached at United Church of Broomfield today where Shaye Champ is the interim associate minister.  It makes him sad that Disciples and UCC folks are separate and separated when they could be united in many ways.    
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