We seek to create an atmosphere of Inclusiveness, Acceptance and Joy for those who enter our doors.
Our Youth Group is once again collecting WARM clothing for the Nederland Food Pantry and Clothes Closet. Please bring in your donations by Sunday, February 9. Click HERE to learn more.
Please join us for our 10:30 AM worship service on Sunday, January 19. We will celebrate Human Relations Day, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Pastor Matthias Krier will give the message entitled Living Out Our Baptism! based on John 1:29-42. As always, absolutely EVERYONE is welcome!
Our beautiful, hand-painted labyrinth is open for walking and contemplation every Wednesday evening (excepting holidays) from 6:30-8:00 PM. There is no admission charge, and absolutely everyone is welcome! You can also walk the labyrinth Monday-Thursday, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, or on Sunday mornings from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Visit our labyrinth page to learn more.
The Youth Group is starting their annual WARM, slightly-used clothing collection for our Nederland neighbors served by the Nederland Food Pantry and Clothing Closet. As you clean out your drawers and closets to make room for your new Christmas clothing, please bring in your unwanted, gently-used WARM clothing items to the church office. We will […]
Now that the first residents are moving into the Attention Homes (AH) Apartments, on-going efforts to support them are underway. Our neighbors at St. John’s Episcopal Church, across Pine Street from FUMC, are opening their Whittier Pantry to AH Apartments residents to help them with toiletries and other household needs. The items most needed […]
Have you noticed the new exhibit in our sanctuary gallery? Seeing Nature features works by three artists: Karen Dombrowski-Sobel, photographer, painter, and author of Trees Speak; Barbara Olson, fiber artist; and Rich Saxon, photographer. The exhibit will run until sometime in early 2020; a specific closing date has not yet been decided. Feel free to […]
Bishop Karen Oliveto of the Mountain Sky Conference preached at First United Methodist Church of Boulder on March 5, 2017, our twentieth anniversary celebration of becoming a Reconciling Congregation, fully welcoming of LGBTQ people and their loved ones. After this uplifting service, the members and friends of First United Methodist Church came forth to speak […]