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Bike to Church was Fantastic!

Our “Bike to Church” Sunday was a wonderful way to spend time together. Following the kick-off of our Season of Creation in worship, we had two different rides with nearly 30 people participating. We had 13 folks on our “little ride” to the local playground and 15 folks who took the ride to Sloan Lake….

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Bike to Church Sunday

Bike to Church Day: This Sunday, July 13th, will be our first annual “Bike to Church” day at Highlands United Methodist Church. We invite you to ride to worship, and then join us for a community bike ride following worship. Feel welcome to park your bike on the west side of the Church where we’ll watch over it…

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Hymns for Summer Worship

Summertime Worship Services at Highlands Methodist Church will include hymn sings.  Yes, we always sing at church but we don’t always get a direct say in what we sing.  The suggestion line is open for your favorite hymn to be considered for worship.  Rather than do all of the verses of one hymn we will be…

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Seasons of Creation Sermons

Here is a glimpse of our own Denver neighborhood’s “Purple Mountain Majesty”over Sloan’s Lake. During the month of July, the congregation of Highlands United Methodist Church will be focusing on the Seasons of Creation.  The hymn, “America the Beautiful will be the inspiration.  If you haven’t read the history of this hymn recently, you can find it…

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Discerning God’s Will at our Annual Conference

Around the world United Methodists gather for Regional or Annual Conferences.  We are one of the only denominations to have both clergy and lay people as voting members of the conference.  It is time again for Highlands United Methodist Church to send delegates to the Rocky Mountain Annual (Regional) Conference, made up of Methodists from…

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Reading Partners – Welcome our Newest Tenant

We are delighted to welcome the Denver office of Reading Partners has moved to the 3rd floor of Highlands United Methodist Church. Reading Partners is a nonprofit literacy organization that recruits and trains community volunteers to provide one-on-one reading tutoring to students in under-resourced schools across the country. Their highly effective program has helped thousands of children…