An Easter Story

Easter is coming. Last Easter season I told this story. I want to share it with you again in these days before Easter:

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What’s Important to God?

I wonder if we could take some time in these last few weeks before Easter and think about what might be important to God. I wonder if we might ponder what God invites us to embrace as anchors of meaning and purpose in our lives. I wonder if we might consider the ways that God wants us to live together in this world. Are there ways to know? Do we have any hints? Are there any clues? These are really good questions.

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Pat’s Apology

Last Sunday, March 4th, we celebrated the 15th Anniversary of our becoming a Reconciling Congregation of the United Methodist Church. On March 4th, 1997 we made the decision to intentionally reach out to our sisters and brothers who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer, questioning and allies (LGBTQA) and to fully welcome LGBTQA persons into the life of our church family. We did this because we want to follow the teachings of Jesus: all people are beloved children of God and are our precious sisters and brothers.

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Anniversary Celebration this Sunday!

First United Methodist Church of Boulder welcomes everyone. We believe that diversity is a gift from God and that our intentional efforts to grow an increasingly diverse and inclusive faith community makes God happy. Jesus not only embraced those marginalized by the dominant culture of the time but also, those who were condemned by the mainline religious culture. We are blessed to follow in the walk of Jesus.

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