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Centering Prayer on Thursdays @7:00 PM

1255 Centaur Village Drive Lafayette, CO 80026

Call: 303-665-5165 for more information about any of our groups, classes, ministries, and mission projects.

Who We Are

We are United Methodists. Our history dates back to our founder, Rev. John Wesley (1703-1791). Wesley believed faith and daily life were to be integrated in order to experience life at its fullest. He used terms like “personal holiness” and “social holiness” to lead people into practices of worship and devotion, mercy and justice.

We are a diverse community of like-striving individuals with the desire to grow in our faith and discipleship in the pattern of John Wesley. We come to church to worship and pray together. We leave church to go out and serve our community. We do not exist for our own sake. We are here to ‘make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.’

We cherish the opportunity to continually learn and grow and deepen our faith in God through Jesus Christ. We are not there yet! Our church is more like a rehab center for those who are broken than it is like a gallery of saints. If you are not where you want to be just yet, that’s okay! We invite you to join us along the journey to the abundance of life.

We are a Reconciling Congregation. We affirm the inclusion of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities in all our ministry areas. Our faith community chooses to explicitly convey that every person is considered to be worthy of God’s forgiveness and love and a blessing to our Beloved Community.

Meet Our Staff

Rev. Kerry A. McCormick, Pastor

Jamie Stephens, Office Admin

Kevin Harbison, Music Director

Audrey Kaltenbach, Accompanist

Claudia Johnson, Parish Nurse

Carlene Bradley, Custodian

Olivia Fase, Childcare Provider

Along the Journey

  Join us during Lent Season

 What is Lent?

 For us, the Season of Lent is an invitation to 40 days of renewal (“Lent” means “spring”); 40 days to prepare ourselves to take in the Good News of Easter through deeper disciplines of prayer, fasting, and alms-giving.

Dear Brothers and sisters in Christ: The early Christians observed with great devotion the days of our Lord’s passion and resurrection. The custom became a forty-day season of spiritual preparation of the Church before the Easter celebration. During this season, converts to the faith were prepared for Holy Baptism. It was also a time when people who had committed serious sins had separated themselves from the community of faith. They were reconciled by penitence and forgiveness; then they were restored to participation in the life of the Church.

In this way, the whole congregation was reminded of the mercy and forgiveness proclaimed in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

I invite you, therefore, in the name of the church, to observe a holy Lent: through self-examination, repentance, prayer, fasting, and self-denial. All of this done by reading and meditation on God’s Holy Word.

Lent Season: February 14-March 29

Easter: April 1st

What can you give up and replace with God?

Sunday School Bible Study

10:30 am Sunday mornings after worship

Adult Sunday School will be reading Rehab: A Group Study for the next six-weeks starting Feb 18 – March 25. This group study will invite us to explore together the give and take in our own spiritual lives as we undergo transformation.

The cost of the book is $6

Rehab: A Group Study can also be purchased on your e-reader through Cokesbury or Amazon.