“Conversations” Exhibit in the Sanctuary Art Gallery through March 5th

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Work by Betsy Cole

Join us in the Sanctuary Art Gallery at First Church to enjoy Conversations, the latest exhibit in this unique and beautiful gallery space. The show opens on Feb 10th, and the last day to enjoy Conversations will be Sunday, March 5th. The exhibit features the work of five artists: Betsy Cole, Joy Redstone, Barb Olson, Rich Saxon, and Nancy Sullo.



“Threesome” by Nancy Sullo

When Can I See Conversations?

There will be a reception on the Third Thursday of the month, Feb 16, from 5:00-8:00 pm. Come and enjoy the art, meet some of the artists, and nosh on light refreshments.

You can also enjoy Conversations on Sunday mornings after the 10:30 am worship service from 11:30 am–2:00 pm through Sunday, March 5th.


Mark Your Calendars

Next Up: an exhibit called Celebrating Women, which will run March 10–April 30, 2023.


The Sanctuary Art Gallery has a beautiful new WEBSITE!

CLICK HERE to visit the site.

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Parking Suggestions: Parking is available in the underground garage below the TGTHR (formerly Attention Homes) Apartments, next door to First Church. To access this garage, turn into the alley from either 14th or 15th Street (between Spruce and Pine Streets), and enter the garage opposite the church building. Look for spaces marked “FUMC Parking.” There are also two paid parking lots on 15th Street, both within two blocks of the church. One is between Walnut and Pearl, and one is between Pearl and Spruce. All street parking in the neighborhood is free after 7:00 pm, and some free spaces may be found earlier than 7:00 pm on both Pine and Spruce Streets; please read signage carefully. Please leave parking spaces in the church’s circle driveway available for folks who need closer access to the building.

Public Transit: First Church is located two blocks from the downtown Boulder Walnut Street bus station (corner of 14th and Walnut). Both local and regional busses serve this station.


Thank you to the NoBo Art District for their support of our Sanctuary Art Gallery!


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