Sunday, April 24: Screening of
This Is [NOT] Who We Are

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Save the Date of Sunday, April 24th for a special event after worship in our church parlor: a screening of the award-winning film This Is [NOT] Who We Are followed by a Q & A with the film’s director, Katrina Miller.

We’ll begin with lunch at 12:00 pm, catered by local Latinx caterer Dunia Anzures (donations accepted).

At 12:30 pm, the screening of This Is [NOT] Who We Are will begin. The film was the 2022 Peoples Choice Award-winning film at this year’s Boulder International Film Festival. After the screening, there will be a Q and A with special guest Katrina Miller, the film’s Director, Producer, Videographer, and Narrator. Another special guest, Zayd Atkinson will also join us for the screening; Zayd suffered abuse by the Boulder police in 2019, and is an important subject of the film.

No RSVP necessary! Please just come, and invite your friends and family! If you have questions, please email Brenda Mehos. All the day’s events are free of charge, and open to ALL.


About This is [Not] Who We Are:
“The happiest place in America is Boulder, Colorado”
– said no Black person ever
A documentary film exploring the gap between Boulder’s progressive self-image and the lived experiences of its Black citizens.

To learn more about the film, and support the on-going work it has inspired, please visit the film’s website.


Visiting First Church: Parking and Public Transit

Parking for the First Church community 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, and enter the garage opposite the church building. Also, street parking in the neighborhood is free of charge on Sundays. Please leave parking spaces in the church’s circle drive available for folks who need closer access to the building.

Public Transit: First Church is located at the corner of Spruce and 15th Streets, two blocks north of the downtown Boulder Walnut Street bus station, which is located at the corner of 14th and Walnut. Both local and regional busses serve this bus station.


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