upcoming events



January 12 - Living the Questions 2.0 Adult Class in Callahan Hall (click for details).

January 26 - Annual Congregational Meeting (agenda)

After the annual meeting, our first fair planning meeting will be held in the youth room. All input is welcomed!

February 4 - Comment Period Ends for Proposed updates to Bylaws 

Please go to the 

Church Business

page to see notice of these changes.




Help & Hope THANKS YOU! for generosity and caring.  We delivered a huge bag of stuffed animals, appx. 10 large boxes of children’s gifts, plus gifts bought on a shopping spree by the teens of our church and 89 gift wrapping packages assembled by the children (ribbon, paper, tape, gift tags & pens).  $500 was contributed to this project through Thrivent’s “Live Generously” Action Program (headed by Don & Shirley Wick), which funded the shopping spree and the supplies for gift packages. We also delivered appx. 5 larges boxes of gently used gifts, and bikes too!!

HOSTS NEEDED: There is a new signup sheet in Callahan Hall for Afterwords Hour for 2020. Please sign up if you will host a Sunday after worship service. Thank you!

Travelers: Please remember to collect hotel, motel and condo toiletries for distribution to homeless and others in need at La Puente, Alamosa and Help & Hope Center, Castle Rock.

SAFEWAY GROCERY CARDS:  Please consider doing some of your shopping and gas purchasing at Safeway. You can get a reloadable card for $10 from Dick Sherer after church. WE NEED MORE SAFEWAY SHOPPERS!

Yoga reminder: Thursday from 10:00 am- 11:00 am. Our instructor, Pi, leads a gentle yoga class in Callahan Hall each week. Pi’s students notice how much better they feel after their weekly practice. They love her teaching style! “Best $10 spent each week!”  

    Our church sign started out as a wood sign on the corner of Democrat and Flintwood Roads. The signposts are still there. In the early 2000’s a stone sign was built by member Doug Stephenson.
    When member Mary Ellen Mellor died, she left $5000.00 to the church. It was decided to use the donation for a sign. Doug and pastor Linda Downey went to a quarry between Boulder and Lyons, CO and selected a piece of Lyons sandstone to be etched with the church’s name. The base was built by Doug, with the help of Tom Lewis.  Doug hand fit pieces of rhyolite found scattered around the grounds from the construction of the church.
    That very sign now provides stability for the new digital sign erected in 2019.  The digital sign has the capacity to show pictures, colors, posts of UCCPH’s activities, announcements and other exciting possibilities.  

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