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REMINDER:  The rescheduled event, Invitation to the Future:  Your Voice Counts!  is  just over one week away.  It will be held in the Fellowship Hall on Saturday, May 7, from 2-4 PM.  Child care will be provided.  Hope to see you there. Last Sunday after worship,   I went with 17 children, parents and other adults […]


Weekly News: Pastor Jim

May 1, Sixth Sunday of Easter Scripture Readings: Psalm 67;  John 14:23-27 Sermon:  What is Needed for God and Jesus to Move in with You If you ask many Christians about the place of Jesus in their lives of faith, these are some responses you will likely hear:  “He died on the cross to forgive […]


Can’t Make the “Voice” Meeting? 4 Questions for You

As we prepare for the coming “Let Your Voice Be Heard” (re-scheduled event), the transition team is asking 4 questions. If you cannot make the re-scheduled event on May 7, 2 – 4:00 P.M., we still want to hear your thoughts, opinions, answers. Your name will be held in confidence by Pastor Jim, but your answers […]


Youth Trip To Wolf Center

On Sunday, April 24 the youth and adults headed to Divide, CO for a visit to the Wolf and Wildlife Rescue Center. A good time was had by all, lunch was great, and the trip well worth the ride! The guided tour offered instruction on wolf calls and the group did a great job of […]

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Bell Choir Performance: May 1 Worship Service

“Jesus Loves Me”  Words by Anna Warner, Music by William Bradbury Ringers: Darold Jones, Sandy Hanzlian, Marie Gene Hampton, Bill Hampton,Marlene Willie, Nancy Lindley, Nico Luellen-Sipes, Nina Luelle-Sipes, Olivia Luellen-Sipes, Stevie Astley)


Women’s Bible Study

Women’s Bible Study continues the study of Paul, What Paul Meant by Garry Wills 9:30 a.m., Fellowship Hall, Thursday, April 28


Women’s Fellowship: Quilting for the Community

Reminder! May is the start of quilting through the summer months with an evening session. Evening session is the first Tuesday of each month at 6 P.M. followed by quilting the next day, Wednesday. First Wednesday quilting starts at 9 a.m., Fellowship Hall downstairs. No experience needed and BYOC.


Manitou Library: May Programs

Knit One, Manitou! Mon., May 2nd, 10-11 am We are knitting scarves for the Springs Rescue Mission, a Thanksgiving project. Plantation Slave Weavers Remember Sat., May 7th, 11 am: Manitou Springs Heritage Center, 517 Manitou Ave. Colorado Springs author and fiber artist, Mary Madison,  will tell stories of the Southern plantation textile workers.  She will […]


Westside CARES: Newsletter

Westside CARES News, April 26  Call for volunteers: Feast of Saint Arnold is now registering volunteers for this year’s festival.  Positions include Friday and Saturday morning set-up, Saturday afternoon tear down, Parking Attendant, Vendor Support/Ice Water Stations, VIP Host/Hostess, Pourer, Ticket Sales, and Family Fun Zone.  All volunteers receive free admission to the festival. Shifts are […]


Save The Date: May 21, 2 – 4:00 p.m.

Joanne Steeves Announces: 2016 Missions Afternoon Tea! Theme: May Madness A great idea for a Mother’s Day Gift! Tickets are the same as 2015; adults $15.00, children under 10 are $5.00. Details to follow


New Members Session: May 1

Pastor Jim announces that this Sunday, May 1, following Worship Service is a meeting for people interested in becoming members of Community Congregational Church, CCC.  An informative session is planned and lunch will be served. All are welcome. Please call the office for details, 685.5255.


Buck-a-Bag Fundraiser: Thank you

Goal: 100 Bags or boxes Actuals: 125 to the ARC! A huge thank you going out to all of you for the wonderful support of this project. Not only were you able to do some spring cleaning, but also drop your donations at the church. The bags were sorted into areas of need: ARC, The Hanger, […]


The Hanger: Store For Foster Teens

Donations Can Be Dropped at: CASA Office, 701 S Cascade The Hanger, Saturdays, 1 – 4 pm, 214 N Tejon The Hanger is a store exclusively for foster teens, where they can “shop” for clothes ~ free! Besides being able to select outfits, shoes, accessories, and health and beauty items, teens can volunteer to “work” at […]



  News From Patsy Adams, Church Secretary With great sadness we announce that the nearly ancient refrigerator in the church office kitchen has cooled it’s last cube. If anyone has a gently used, working refrigerator that can be donated please contact Patsy at church office, 685.5255. Harvest Gold and Avocado Green are probably not first choice, but…. On another […]

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Congratulations on 50 years Together!

Congratulations going out to Ernie and Patsy Adams on their 50th Wedding Anniversary. Please join them this Sunday, as they celebrate with the Church Family at the Coffee Fellowship, following Worship service. Cards appreciated. 1 Corinthians 13:4-13  Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It […]


RSS UCC Daily Devotional

  • Still Life Goes On May 2, 2016
    Kaji Douša God, help us to bear good fruit.
  • Song of Peace May 1, 2016
    Jennifer Garrsion Brownell The hum of war is a persistent earworm that you can hear, it seems, wherever you go.
  • Change Happens April 30, 2016
    Lillian Daniel There is no one who can't use more of what this scripture has to offer.
  • The Badge of Busyness April 29, 2016
    Matthew Laney Of all the commandments, keeping Sabbath is the most counter-intuitive.
  • Easter Eggs April 28, 2016
    Vince Amlin I can still conjure up the feeling of being a kid on Easter morning, the magic of waking up to a world transformed.
  • Simon the Great April 27, 2016
    Molly Baskette It is always galling to those who have power, privilege and wealth (among them: you and you and me) to discover that there are still things that money can't buy.
  • "Pop Life" April 26, 2016
    Kenneth L. Samuel  "Life it ain't real funky unless it's got that pop . . . "

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