In 2020 Colorado experienced record-breaking wildfires in several parts of the state. According to VolunteerFirefighter.org Colorado has a total of 418 Volunteer fire departments and recruits approximately 3,500 additional volunteer emergency responders to be fully staffed. These volunteer departments are dependent on community donations and occasional grants. As fires rage across the state these teams…

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On the National Day of Service, September 11th, members of the church in Parker hosted 2 Food Drives, one at the Main St. building to benefit the Parker Task Force Food Bank, and a 2nd at the Elizabeth Building to benefit both Elizabeth & Kiowa Creek Food Banks.  All went well!  As always, the Parker…

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September 11th each year is both Patriot Day and a National Day of Service and Rememberance. According to NationalService.gov: On this day Americans across the country are called to volunteer in their local communities in tribute to the individuals lost and injured in the attacks, first responders, and the many who have risen in service…

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In August we were honored to welcome former Colorado governor and current U.S. Senate candidate John W. Hickenlooper for a tour of the Bishops’ Storehouse in Aurora. The storehouse has responded to every call for help during the pandemic – including a 100,000-pound donation to Denver food banks in June – and we expect to serve many…

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The Multifaith Leadership Forum consists of faith leaders across Denver from many different traditions. They work to build relationships of understanding and give support to all believers of different faiths while also being a voice for all those who care about their freedom of religion. In late April the Forum started the “Prayer in Unity”…

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