Lamplight Support  Group
Jun
20
7:00 PM19:00

Lamplight Support Group

Lamplight will be shifting to a summer schedule for June, July, and August. We will only be meeting on the 3rd Thursday of the month at our usual time of 7-8:30pm. We hope you can join us June 20th for a discussion with Daphne Chellos about spiritual direction in mental health and August 15th for a discussion about mental health in the queer community with Deacon Tory. July 18th will be our support group format. Our regular schedule will resume in September.

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Taize' with Eucharist
Jun
22
5:00 PM17:00

Taize' with Eucharist

The style of worship in this evening’s service began many years ago in the ecumenical French monastic community of Taize’. The Taize’ songs enable a large crowd, which changes every week and has no common language, to take an active part.  Through the beauty of the songs, the prayers together communicates joy from God in our human world.

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 Taize' with Eucharist
Jun
29
5:00 PM17:00

Taize' with Eucharist

The style of worship in this evening’s service began many years ago in the ecumenical French monastic community of Taize’. The Taize’ songs enable a large crowd, which changes every week and has no common language, to take an active part.  Through the beauty of the songs, the prayers together communicates joy from God in our human world.

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Sunday Worship Service
Jun
9
9:00 AM09:00

Sunday Worship Service

We worship simply, with a deep appreciation for the liturgical tradition of the Episcopal Church. Crossing the threshold into the SMM space is a special experience, for the heavy wooden doors of the southwestern-style building open upon a humble and holy ground. The hand-hewn timber-beamed ceiling, spare white walls, and simple red brick floor are all bathed in the clear warm light of many windows. Depending on the service, one is greeted by the piano, perhaps a bit of guitar or banjo, and lots of happy talk and laughter. At the far end, anchored by windows that frame the distant Rocky Mountains, a glorious cross window draws one toward the sanctuary and into the quiet simplicity of this special sacred space.

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Sunday Worship Service
Jun
2
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

We worship simply, with a deep appreciation for the liturgical tradition of the Episcopal Church. Crossing the threshold into the SMM space is a special experience, for the heavy wooden doors of the southwestern-style building open upon a humble and holy ground. The hand-hewn timber-beamed ceiling, spare white walls, and simple red brick floor are all bathed in the clear warm light of many windows. Depending on the service, one is greeted by the piano, perhaps a bit of guitar or banjo, and lots of happy talk and laughter. At the far end, anchored by windows that frame the distant Rocky Mountains, a glorious cross window draws one toward the sanctuary and into the quiet simplicity of this special sacred space.

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Sunday Worship Service (no music)
Jun
2
8:00 AM08:00

Sunday Worship Service (no music)

We worship simply, with a deep appreciation for the liturgical tradition of the Episcopal Church. Crossing the threshold into the SMM space is a special experience, for the heavy wooden doors of the southwestern-style building open upon a humble and holy ground. The hand-hewn timber-beamed ceiling, spare white walls, and simple red brick floor are all bathed in the clear warm light of many windows. Depending on the service, one is greeted by the piano, perhaps a bit of guitar or banjo, and lots of happy talk and laughter. At the far end, anchored by windows that frame the distant Rocky Mountains, a glorious cross window draws one toward the sanctuary and into the quiet simplicity of this special sacred space.

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Sunday Worship Service (no music)
May
26
8:00 AM08:00

Sunday Worship Service (no music)

We worship simply, with a deep appreciation for the liturgical tradition of the Episcopal Church. Crossing the threshold into the SMM space is a special experience, for the heavy wooden doors of the southwestern-style building open upon a humble and holy ground. The hand-hewn timber-beamed ceiling, spare white walls, and simple red brick floor are all bathed in the clear warm light of many windows. Depending on the service, one is greeted by the piano, perhaps a bit of guitar or banjo, and lots of happy talk and laughter. At the far end, anchored by windows that frame the distant Rocky Mountains, a glorious cross window draws one toward the sanctuary and into the quiet simplicity of this special sacred space.

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Taize' with Eucharist
May
25
5:00 PM17:00

Taize' with Eucharist

The style of worship in this evening’s service began many years ago in the ecumenical French monastic community of Taize’. The Taize’ songs enable a large crowd, which changes every week and has no common language, to take an active part.  Through the beauty of the songs, the prayers together communicates joy from God in our human world.

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Sunday Worship Service
May
19
10:00 AM10:00

Sunday Worship Service

We worship simply, with a deep appreciation for the liturgical tradition of the Episcopal Church. Crossing the threshold into the SMM space is a special experience, for the heavy wooden doors of the southwestern-style building open upon a humble and holy ground. The hand-hewn timber-beamed ceiling, spare white walls, and simple red brick floor are all bathed in the clear warm light of many windows. Depending on the service, one is greeted by the piano, perhaps a bit of guitar or banjo, and lots of happy talk and laughter. At the far end, anchored by windows that frame the distant Rocky Mountains, a glorious cross window draws one toward the sanctuary and into the quiet simplicity of this special sacred space.

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Sunday Worship Service (no music)
May
19
8:00 AM08:00

Sunday Worship Service (no music)

We worship simply, with a deep appreciation for the liturgical tradition of the Episcopal Church. Crossing the threshold into the SMM space is a special experience, for the heavy wooden doors of the southwestern-style building open upon a humble and holy ground. The hand-hewn timber-beamed ceiling, spare white walls, and simple red brick floor are all bathed in the clear warm light of many windows. Depending on the service, one is greeted by the piano, perhaps a bit of guitar or banjo, and lots of happy talk and laughter. At the far end, anchored by windows that frame the distant Rocky Mountains, a glorious cross window draws one toward the sanctuary and into the quiet simplicity of this special sacred space.

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Lamplight Support  Group
May
16
7:00 PM19:00

Lamplight Support Group

Lamplight is a group both for those with mental illness and those supporting loved ones with mental illness. This is not group therapy, but a group to foster support, celebrating successes and sharing compassion for struggles. All are welcome, including all and no faiths.

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Youth Led Worship Service and Celebration of the Women of St. Mary Magdalene
May
12
10:00 AM10:00

Youth Led Worship Service and Celebration of the Women of St. Mary Magdalene

We worship simply, with a deep appreciation for the liturgical tradition of the Episcopal Church. Crossing the threshold into the SMM space is a special experience, for the heavy wooden doors of the southwestern-style building open upon a humble and holy ground. The hand-hewn timber-beamed ceiling, spare white walls, and simple red brick floor are all bathed in the clear warm light of many windows. Depending on the service, one is greeted by the piano, perhaps a bit of guitar or banjo, and lots of happy talk and laughter. At the far end, anchored by windows that frame the distant Rocky Mountains, a glorious cross window draws one toward the sanctuary and into the quiet simplicity of this special sacred space.

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Sunday Worship Service (no music)
May
12
8:00 AM08:00

Sunday Worship Service (no music)

We worship simply, with a deep appreciation for the liturgical tradition of the Episcopal Church. Crossing the threshold into the SMM space is a special experience, for the heavy wooden doors of the southwestern-style building open upon a humble and holy ground. The hand-hewn timber-beamed ceiling, spare white walls, and simple red brick floor are all bathed in the clear warm light of many windows. Depending on the service, one is greeted by the piano, perhaps a bit of guitar or banjo, and lots of happy talk and laughter. At the far end, anchored by windows that frame the distant Rocky Mountains, a glorious cross window draws one toward the sanctuary and into the quiet simplicity of this special sacred space.

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