Congregational News, Colorado Springs, September 1880 The new stone church was occupied August 15th. The building is not plastered but it will be comfortable for the winter. Nothing can exceed the heart of the mountain view from the door and front window. The seats are a little mixed in style. There are pews, stained andContinue Reading

“When I get to be 25, I’ll finally be through with school.”   by Rhoda Cordry I was 22 and graduated from college. I began to suspect how ignorant I was. What was all that schooling for anyway? I was told that the education was the goal. At 35 I began to see other worldsContinue Reading

My parents grew up during the depression in the Texas panhandle, moved to Manitou in ’46, opened their business, and raised myself and my two sisters in the apartment behind our Osburn’s Gift Shop. Growing up in downtown Manitou created fun memories for us and brought us to worship at this church. While Mom andContinue Reading