Sunday to Monday | Ascension

“There’s always another level up. There’s always another ascension. More grace, more light, more generosity, more compassion, more to shed, more to grow.”  Elizabeth Gilbert

The first Sunday in June had us talking about Jesus' ascension to heaven so that he might sit at the right hand of the Father. We considered how the ascension story teaches us that with Jesus, nothing can separate us from God's love and mercy. And how we follow Jesus: gathering with other believers, opening our Bibles, receiving and giving forgiveness and acting with power from on high. If you missed being with us, you can watch it here and pray with us here.

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Don't miss these upcoming events! 

  • Thursday, June 6, 6:30-8:00 pm - “Mostly Harmless” outdoor concert at Highland Heritage Park, 9651 S Quebec St, Highlands Ranch. Meet at 5:30 if you are able and bring your picnic dinner and lawn chair.  Call Dot Morton when you arrive and she will tell you where the group is sitting -  303-319-8419.
  • Sunday, June 16, Father’s Day Root Beer Floats before and after 10:00 service
  • Friday, June 21, 6:00 pm – Edwards & Company (Ed & Jake Edwards) at Perry’s Steakhouse, 8433 Park Meadows Center Dr, Lone Tree. Arrive between 5:00 & 5:30 if you are able, to get a seat. 
  • Sunday, June 30, 1:30 pm, Leonardo da Vinci – 500 Years of Genius, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver. Group rate - Adults - $26.95; Children/Jr's 3-18 - $19.45. Contact Mark Autterson at if you'd like tickets.
  • Thursday, August 8. 6:30-8:00 pm  - Jazz at the Mansion, 9950 E. Gateway Dr, Highlands Ranch. Cost - $20.00. Tickets are limited on a first come, first served basis.  Cash bar and light appetizers will be available. Contact Kathy Hassoldt at if you'd like tickets.

Take the message into your week's conversations, reflections and devotions. 

  • What does it mean to change your story’s ending?
  • Where do you need forgiveness? How might you find it?
  • After Jesus had ascended in the Acts 1 story, the disciples stood staring up at the sky. Where do you look for Jesus?
  • Looking ahead to next week: Where are you needing life?

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