INTERFAITH MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HOLIDAY OBSERVANCE

Church & Society invites you to join the Evergreen-Conifer interfaith community on Friday, January 17, 7 - 9:30 p.m. for a FREE showing of the movie "13th". "13th" is a 2016 American documentary that explores the intersection of race, justice, and mass incarceration in the United States. Filmmaker Ava DuVernay explores the history of racial inequality in the United States, focusing on the fact that the nation's prisons are disproportionately filled with African-Americans. After the showing, there will be dessert & discussion in the Fellowship Hall. It is appropriate for 7th grade up. 

INTERFAITH CHOCOLATE TASTING EVENT

The chocoholics of Congregation Beth Evergreen and the Foothills Center for Spiritual Living are excited to announce the second annual CHOCOLATE TASTING.  This fun event with a scrumptious spread of chocolate delights will be Sun Jan. 26th, 2-4pm at Congregation Beth Evergreen.  Those who would like to contribute a chocolate creation should contact Barry Levin for information (barryh.levin@gmail.com) or phone (303) 838-0626.  Admission is $10 and includes tasting and your first glass of Port wine.  Submitting an entry will give you free admission.

UMM (MENS) BREAKFAST: CROSSROADS PRISON MINISTRY

On Saturday, February 1st @ 8:30am, UMCE's own Ruthanne Huber will be speaking on United Crossroads Prison Ministry's mentorship program. 

United Methodist Men invites all church members and friends to come at 8:30 to learn about Crossroads Prison Ministry and Ruthanne's involvement in this extremely important program.

YOUTH SOUPER BOWL SUNDAY FUNDRAISER

Super Bowl Sunday is almost here! On Sunday, February 2, 2020 the UMCE Youth Group will be selling homemade soup to go - perfect for enjoying during the big game. Please plan to take home quarts or gallons of homemade soup to feast on while you watch some great football. And in doing so, contribute to the UMCE Youth Mission 2020. That's a cause fans of both teams can support! Suggested donation: $5 per quart and $10 per gallon.