On April 21st, 2022 religious leaders gathered at the Colorado State Capital to celebrate Religious Freedom. Governor Polis was in attendance and shared his own family’s story which included the desire to come to the United States to practice his faith without consequence. One of the best things about the state of Colorado is our…

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In 2019 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced an end to a very long relationship with the Boy Scouts of America. While a large number of young men in the church decided to not continue their path to Eagle Scout that wasn’t the case for Micah Andersen in Arvada. Micah joined Troop…

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Arvada Stake members helped build 100 ash sifters to assist families affected by the Marshall Fire. A group of youth put together many of the sifters and even decorated them with uplifting messages. The sifters were then donated to the Marshall Fire Donation and Resource Center located in the old Nordstrom’s at the Flatirons Mall.

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Denver’s Generosity Shines Through Giving Machines Donations Thousands to receive coats, blankets, meals, chickens DENVER – Denver ranked tops among the 10 locations across the U.S. with the highest average donation during this year’s Light the World Giving Machines campaign. An estimated 14,000 individuals visited the machines, which were located at Writer Square, from November…

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Denver is one of just ten cities around the world to host the Giving Machines – a novel way to support local and global charities. Where Are The Machines Located? Four machines will be installed in a single location in Downtown Denver. They will be hosted at Writer Square on the 16th St Mall. The…

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On August 6, 2021 members of the Denver North Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints helped beautify Thornton City’s Explore Campus. Approximately thirty volunteers picked enough weeds around the Mapleton School District’s Campus to fill over seventy trash bags in two hours. Kids as young as four came to help out.…

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Young single adult members of the church in the boulder area worked along with 18 groups of churches, friends, and local corporations around the Denver metro area to collect and fill backpacks. This backpack drive is an annual endeavor for Lutheran Family Services. These backpacks filled with notebooks, folders, crayons, rulers, pencil bags, and more…

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On Saturday, July 10th 12 energetic missionaries volunteered at the Rose Roots Community Garden in Arvada CO. The group of missionaries turned a horse manure pile and weeded common areas. According to Patricia Sacks, “They approached these mundane but necessary tasks with a positive attitude, cheerfully tossing manure and pulling our pernicious weeds with vigor.”…

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