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TIR Hal Taussig Returns Sept 16-Oct 21: Race, Ethnicity, and the Bible

From September 16-October 21, Dr. Hal Taussig returns for his twelfth Theologian-in-Residence at First Church Boulder. Although most of Hal’s previous series have focused on cutting-edge studies of the New Testament and recently discovered early Christ literature in the first 200 years, this fall’s sessions will have a different New Testament focus. This year’s series […]

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Reducing Food Waste

There are concrete steps you can take to reduce food waste! Thank you to Becky O’Brien, Director of Food & Climate for Hazon, The Jewish Lab for Sustainability, for sharing this resource about reducing food waste with us! Click the purple text to take a look!

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Ideas to Save Water

Written by Bonnie S., a member of the 11th Hour Calling monthly bell ringing group calling for action on climate change. We offer ideas for climate action through saving water at four levels: 1.) PERSONAL 2.) FAMILY /FRIENDS 3.) LOCAL/COMMUNITY 4.) GLOBAL/ECONOMIC POLICY PERSONAL ACTION (from Bonnie S.) Water and the Spiritual Level 1. Respecting […]

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Celebrating Communion during August

During the month of August, First Church will be celebrating Communion each Sunday. As we look forward to a time in the future when it is safe and healthy for us to gather to celebrate Communion in person, we will ALL be celebrating Communion together during the month of August, from wherever we are, during […]

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Meet Rev. Mike Mather, Our New Pastor!

Lenna Kottke, Chair of our church’s Staff-Parish Relations Committee, gave this introduction of Rev. Mike Mather during his first worship service with us on Sunday, July 5, 2020. Our new Senior Pastor, the Rev. Michael “Mike” Mather, comes to us from the Indiana Conference, where, for the past 34 years, he has served two churches, […]

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Plastic Free July and Beyond

Plastic waste and pollution is one of our generation’s biggest challenges. It may feel overwhelming, but there are many things that we all can do! I started reducing our family’s use a couple of years ago, and we’ve managed in the past year to reduce our waste sent to the landfill to 10 bags a […]

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Virtual Compassion Camp July 27-31: Registration is OPEN!

Due to gathering restrictions and safety precautions, we will be offering Virtual Compassion Camp from July 27-31 rather than Arts for Kids’ Souls Camp, which was originally planned for this summer. Parents can now register their family to participate in Virtual Compassion Camp by clicking THIS LINK. A few things to know about camp at […]

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