We seek to create an atmosphere of Inclusiveness, Acceptance and Joy for those who enter our doors.
If you aren’t able to join us on Sunday for worship, you can watch all previous online services on our website at a time that works for you. CLICK HERE to watch an earlier service.
Service at 10:30 am MDT
There are THREE OPTIONS:
Join us on OUR WEBSITE (web page will go live at exactly 10:30 am MDT on Sunday).
Join us ON FACEBOOK (video will premiere at exactly 10:30 am MDT on Sunday, click to play, no Facebook account needed).
Join us on OUR VIMEO CHANNEL.
Links for worship on the website and on Facebook will be added above before Sunday morning.
Coffee Hour on Zoom after Worship
CLICK HERE to join Coffee Hour.
YOU are the Light of the World!
First United Methodist Church of Boulder has closed our building until further notice, and all church events, meetings, and services have moved online. We look forward to reopening our building when it is safe to do so. Wishing you and your dear ones good health; please take care of yourselves and each other in this challenging time.
THANK YOU to everyone who came out for our Spring Clean Up on Saturday, April 24! We had a great time, and got a lot done! And special thanks to Ruth Irvin and Connie Takamine for organizing this fun day. Click on any photo to see it larger, or to scroll through all the pictures.
SAVE THE DATE: an online book study on Zoom for Rev. Michael Mather’s book is beginning on Wednesday, April 28, at 7:00 pm MDT, and continuing on the next two Wednesdays, May 5 and 12, at the same time. Scroll down to find the Zoom meeting information. Pastor Mike’s book is entitled Having Nothing, Possessing […]
We are now accepting applications for the FUMC Scholarship Fund! These scholarships support the higher education goals of students who are members of First United Methodist Church, and who wish to pursue undergraduate or graduate degrees. This amazing, long-standing tradition of FUMC supporting our youth in education began in 1990 with a portion of the […]
I’m tired of “I don’t know.” I’m tired of prayer vigils. There was a massacre, a mass murder, in Boulder this week. 10 people killed in an act of violence in the early afternoon at a grocery store. I’m tired. I’m usually in favor of saying “I don’t know” as we have had to do […]