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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

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A message from Pastor Duane


“When Jesus went ashore, He saw a large crowd, and He felt compassion for them because they were like sheep without a shepherd; and He began to teach them many things.” -Mark 6:34

Ed Bacon writes in his book, The 8 Habits of Love, “When we are overworked or stressed out, fear breeds like a virus.” Well, it happened to me last week. Cathy, my wife, was COVID positive and dealing with symptoms (thanks for your prayers, we are good). I was tested and found to be negative yet quarantined with Cathy. Even in the midst of practicing these 8 habits: generosity, stillness, truth, candor, play, forgiveness, compassion and community, stress and fear overwhelmed me. Will we ever get back to in-person worship? Will we ever get back to our regular community? Will we get to serve, baptize, and live a life of faith together? These were the questions that ran through my mind.  

It was only when we gathered via Zoom for our new Membership class that I was reconnected to love. Like you, I need to connect with others even if it’s electronically. I need to participate in the work of the Body of Christ; worship, study, service, and fellowship. I know the pandemic is hard. Do the things you need to do that give you life. For me, those things are worship, bible study, running, getting outside, serving, and connecting with others. If you have not made the habit of worship online during the pandemic, I encourage you to begin now. All campus services from multiple weeks are easily and freely accessed on YouTube. Search Cathedral of the Rockies.  

Pray with me: The Light of God surrounds us; the love of God enfolds us; the power of God protects us, the presence of God watches over us; wherever we are, God is! 

Grace and peace,
Rev Dr. Duane A Anders (he, him, his)

P.S. Membership class is open one more week, this Sunday at 4pm. Email to sign up.

Which Way Do We Ghoul? Family Halloween Scavenger Hunt

Saturday, October 31st • 1-3pm • Downtown Campus

This Halloween, we're mixing things up! Wear your costumes and join us for "Witch Way Do We Ghoul?" a Family Scavenger Hunt through the North End.

As a family, you’ll search for answers to tricky, silly questions and riddles that will have you discovering our neighborhood with new eyes! No knowledge of our hunt location is required: only your sharp minds and a good pair of shoes (bikes, scooters, and cars are also welcome). The hunt will take place between 1-3pm and each participating child will receive a safely packed treat bag as a fun and safe alternative to Trick-or-Treating! All families are welcome! Please drop off candy donations to the Downtown Campus.

Contact Hillary if you'd like to help make treat bags, or serve at the event.

All Saints Sunday 

Sunday, November 1st • Downtown Campus

All Saints Sunday is a very special day in the life of our church as we remember and celebrate the lives of those who have passed during the last year. Please let us know if you have lost a loved one this past year and would like to have their name lifted up through prayer and worship on November 1st.

Please email Tracy Quissell by October 26th, with the following information:

Name of deceased:
Your Name:
Cocoa on the Go-Go
Sunday, November 8th • 12-2pm • Downtown Campus

Come as you are in the family car to grab a warm, delicious hot cocoa and supply kit for Orange Family Worship on November 22nd (details below).  We will be outside the Downtown Campus from 1-2pm (Pastors Duane and Debbie will be there serving communion, too) We can hardly wait to see you!
Orange Family Worship
Sunday, November 22nd  • Downtown Campus • Via Online

Kick off the Advent season with Orange Family Worship! The same family fun and worship you know in the comfort of your pjs at home. Be sure to pick up your supplies at Cocoa on the Go-Go on November 8 (details above). If you're unable to make it on November 8, but want to participate, please contact Hillary to make other arrangements to receive your supplies!

Cathedral Young Adults

2nd & 4th Sunday of every month • 5:30pm • Downtown Campus 

Whether you're a recent grad, full swing in the college scene, taking a "gap year", single, or newly married, we have a place for you! Here's a perfect chance to meet other 18-24 ish young adults in a laid-back small group atmosphere and discuss life, love, faith, and everything in between. Come check it out!

For additional questions, contact Tracy Quissell.
The Tree of Gratitude
Multi-Campus Event

Both campuses will have Trees of Gratitude up until Thanksgiving and we need your help to make these trees abundant with gratitude and prayer! Cut out the leaves in the back of your Et Cetera magazine, write down a meaningful thought, then bring them to either campus by mail or drop off. In need of leaves?  There is a box on-site with all the materials you need to leaf your gratitude.
Send Us Your Fall Harvest Photos!
Photo Deadline November 1st  • Downtown Campus 

As we move through this beautiful season, we want to see how you are celebrating fall with your family or loved ones! Send us your photos of your harvest activities. We will feature your photos during the organ prelude and postlude of the Classic Worship broadcast on November 8th.

Email photos to The deadline for photo submissions is Sunday, November 1st. 
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