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This class is presented by Margaret Gramley. Based on the book by Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan,
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There are many Adult Education programs held during the year at The Church of the Red Rocks. Check out our 2015 - 2016 Christian Education Brochure to discover that we offer something uplifting for everyone. (Click "Read More" for teachers bios.)
The CRR Book Club will meet on February 19 at 1:00 pm. This month's meeting features book The Amber Keeper by Freda Lightfoot. Set against the backdrop of revolutionary Russia, The Amber Keeper is a sweeping tale of jealousy and revenge, reconciliation and forgiveness.
English Lake District, 1960s: A young Abbie Myers returns home after learning of her mother’s death. Estranged from her turbulent family for many years, Abbie is heartbroken to hear that they blame her for the tragedy.
All-day Choral Workshop Saturday, March 12. Mary McDonald, Composer, has published over 800 choral anthems, contatas and keyboard collections. Besides composing she works as a choral clinician throughout the United States, conducting workshops. Contact Ryan Holder, Director of Music at the CRR for more information. To sign up for this free workshop click here:
We are an Open and Affirming Congregation.
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February 10 is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. We will have one worship service at 4:00 pm with Distribution of Ashes and Holy Communion.
"It is a curious and sad fact that in the long, weary upward march of the human race there was scarcely ever an act proposed for the protection, emancipation or elevation of the poor but met with the most violent opposition from the so-called better classes, as well as from statesmen and philosophers and from many of the clergy." - John Peter Altgeld, first governor of Illinois, Politician and Social Reformer, 1847-1902
Services will be at 8:30 and 10:30 am this week
Pastor Cavedon will read Luke 4: 1-13. Her sermon will be "The Heart of the Matter".
Please join us for coffee hour in Painted Cliffs Hall at 9:30 am.
Second Sunday Lunch will begin at 11:30 am. Please bring a side dish if you plan to attend.
A free will offering of $1.00 per person to defray the cost of the main course will be appreciated.
The grief support group is sponsored by the Church of The Red Rocks and Hospice Compassus. The group meets on the first and third Wednesdays at 1:30 pm in Classroom A. The group is a sharing group that deals with traumatic losses that all human beings experience from time to time, such as loss of a loved one, loss of job, loss of good health or divorce. The group meets for an hour and a half. All are welcome.
We meet every Friday morning in Classroom A at 10:15 a.m. For more information, click "Read More."
From the author of the widely acclaimed A Place at the Table, this is a major work, passionately outspoken and cogently reasoned, that exposes the great danger posed to Christianity today by fundamentalism.
Only the Pure In Heart
Kenneth L. Samuel
"To the pure, all things are pure, but to those who are corrupted and do not believe, nothing is pure." - Titus 1:15
I grew up in a church where it was of utmost importance to keep the differences between the sacred and the secular very clear.
Support group meetings are on the first and third Saturdays of each month at 10:00 a.m., in Classroom B.
In the context of the Christian Church, stewardship is the management of the gift of life and items of sustenance God has made available to us. Our church does very well in the returning to God of time and talents in the forms of teaching, helping, ushering, singing, Stephen Ministries, ministering to others, fellowship and sharing our music ministries, and driving our van with worshipers.