Posts by Rev. Gaye Bosley-Mitchell

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Doubting Thomas–When Christ Shows Up!

by Rev. Gaye Bosley-Mitchell

Sunday’s bible reading (click here to read it) begins with scared disciples in a locked room. We can imagine them sweating profusely and can even see some occasionally checking the doorknob to see that it was locked. Other disciples might have been looking out of a peephole or a window because of the fact they […]

Drawn In: New Worship Series Begins Sunday, January 20

by Rev. Gaye Bosley-Mitchell

Do the words “fun,” “deep,” “creative,” and “God” go together in your mind—or in your life? If not, then you may take a particular interest in this series. You may also be interested if descriptors like “stuck,” bored,” “exhausted,” “anxious about the future,” or “in need of better options” fit a little too well in […]

Church Vitality workshop planned for Jan 22 at 6 pm

by Rev. Gaye Bosley-Mitchell

All current and future church leaders are invited to participate in an exploratory session about Church Vitality. Our Rocky Mountain Conference of the UCC has begun inviting churches to thoroughly explore this exciting and intentional “look inward” to see how we can invigorate our “looking outward” and “forward to a vital future.” The Rev. Erin […]

Celebrating 200 years of Silent Night

by Rev. Gaye Bosley-Mitchell

Our worship focus for this Second Sunday of Advent is “Glories stream from heaven afar” The shepherds got quite a wake-up call that night when the sky lit up “like a Christmas tree” (so to speak). Awe at the transformative glory of what God can do in our lives is the focus this week. Glories […]