Service and Community

  • Allies for Peace With Justice in Palestine — working for a just and sustainable peace in Israel/Palestine.
  • Arts for the Soul — promotes all forms of art which encourage a healing connection with a transcendent presence, with others, and with our own best selves.
  • Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP) — offices are housed in an FUMC building adjacent to our church at 2118 14th Street.
  • Boulder United Methodist Mission Partners (BUMMP) — organizes and promotes mission projects at local, regional, national and international locations.
  • Care Ministries — offer a variety of ways to care for one another.
  • Children’s Education and Programs — FUMC has a vital program of education and care for infants through 5th grade, followed by a lively youth program.
  • Growth and Learning — FUMC offers many weekly opportunities for growth and learning, no matter where you are in your faith journey.
  • Hands-on Mission — Ready to put your faith into action? FUMC offers many, many opportunities to be involved in Hands-on Mission.
  • Heartfelt Cafe — FUMC participates with other local churches in providing a safe, warm, consistent place to get a hot meal once a month.
  • Labyrinth — a replica of classical eleven-circuit Labyrinth open to anyone and any tradition to walk.
  • Reconciling Ministry — reflects our acceptance of all persons without regard to sexual orientation or other characteristics that may define cultural status.
  • Social Justice — works to educate the church and others on issues such as environmental sustainability, global AIDS, hunger and other issues.
  • Theologian in Residence — TIRs contribute to the life and spiritual growth of the church and community by sharing their area of study and passion via classes, preaching, weekend seminars, retreats, lectures and/or other approaches.
  • United Methodist Women — A community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Christ Jesus; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.
  • Young Adult Methodists (YAMS) — YAMs is geared towards gathering people in their 20’s through 40’s around events, topics, and projects that appeal to our generations
  • Youth Programs — The youth ministry programs seek to provide a place where middle and high school aged youth can: develop and nurture their own personal faith journey and spiritual growth; enjoy meaningful and mutually respectful friendships; provide service to our local and world community; and have fun!