Help Stock Food Pantry for Attention Homes Apartments Residents

Our neighbors at St. John’s Episcopal Church (across the street from FUMC) run the Whittier Neighborhood Pantry out of their church to help folks in our neighborhood with food security. St. John’s is expanding the Whittier Neighborhood Pantry to accommodate clients from the Attention Homes Apartments; move-in is now being planned for October 2019. Members […]

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Honoring the Holy Spirit, Caring for the Earth’s Water

In the book Embracing Wholeness: An Earth Perspective For Covenantal Living, Jessica Stonecypher begins with an affirmation that everything that God has created is good. It is our world around us that God has created, and it is abundant and magnificent. It is not possible to honor the holy spirit without honoring the world that […]

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Volunteer at Boulder Pridefest!

                Boulder Pridefest is coming up on Sunday, September 8, from 11:30 AM to 6:30 PM in Boulder’s Central Park. This fantastic, fun annual celebration of the LGBTQ community is organized by our partners at Out Boulder County. Our church will have a table at Pridefest this year, […]

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Resources for Learning More about Climate Change and Faith

Our church library is a great resource for learning more about climate change, and the connection between our faith and our stewardship of the Earth. One example: Praying with the Earth: A Prayerbook for Peace by John Philip Newell. Here’s an excerpt: May the deep blessings of earth be with us. May the fathomless soundings […]

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TIR Hal Taussig Returns 8/18-9/1: Jesus Sings the Odes of Solomon

Dr. Hal Taussig, Professor Emeritus of New Testament at Union Theological Seminary, will once again be with us as a Theologian-in-Residence (TIR) on two upcoming Sundays: 8/18 and 9/1. On both mornings, Hal will lead Forum at 9:00 AM, and preach during our 10:30 AM service. Hal’s topic, building off of our summer Voices of […]

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Much to Do about Recycling

This is urgent: the majority of recyclables in the United States have to be thrown away. Several non-profit sites, GrownNYC.org to name one, point out that eighty percent of recycling in the USA is thrown away because of contamination. With contamination, recyclables cannot be processed into new and clean material. Here is a list of […]

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Fellowship Potluck Groups Forming Now

Want to have some fun? All members and friends of the FUMC community are invited to participate in the Fellowship Potluck groups. It’s a great opportunity to meet new people in the church or to get better acquainted with old friends. Each potluck group consists of four couples and/or singles who meet once in the […]

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