Service and Outreach

Marching for Human Rights

On Saturday, January 21st, we will field a delegation to march under a Highlands UMC banner in the Women’s March on Denver. A sister march to the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., the event is “sponsored by women, for everyone.” Its mission is to defend the basic human rights of all people. To learn more about…

Sweet Cow for a Cause

On Monday, January 9th, from 4 to 8pm, Reverend Brad will be “guest scooping” at Sweet Cow ice cream. 10% of sales will benefit local children’s charities, so have as much as you like! Sweet Cow is located on the northeast corner of 32nd & Lowell.

A Special Christmas Service

Special “Blue Christmas” Service This Sunday at 7pm we will have a special worship service that is deeply meaningful. The holiday season can bring up all sorts of feelings- sadness, anger, anxiety, grief… This service creates space for these very real feelings. Reflection, communion, prayer, lighting candles, and intentional music create an evening that allows…

PEACE IS TOMORROW’S GIFT

A visit from the bishop this Sunday, updates on upcoming events, and a great story to share. View this email in your browser Receive the Gift of Peace Each week of Advent offers us another gift, inviting us to let our souls feel their worth. This week we celebrate Peace- something every individual life and…

MUSIC, FOOD, AND GRACE – ALL IN ONE PLACE

Bluegrass Service w/ Potluck- this Sunday! This Sunday at 10am we will enjoy great live bluegrass under the big tent in the parking lot. Our 3rd annual Bluegrass Worship will be a “don’t miss” Sunday- please invite friends and neighbors. Following worship, we will have a potluck lunch while the band offers us a little…

BLOOD DRIVE-HUMC-DENVER

Sign Up to Save Lives Use code 7267 to get signed up today. Blood Drive this Week- sign up now! Please help us save lives by signing up to give blood this Sunday! The blood mobile will be in our parking lot so you can donate easily and comfortably. Use code 7267 to get signed…

Promises of hope…

What promise you can make to our community and neighborhood, our city and home. What promise can you make that will bring hope, bridge separation, heal wounds? These are the questions we asked the more than 100 people who joined us at Highlands United Methodist Church for our Community Vigil for Hope and Peace. Here…

Community Vigil- recap

At the invitation and encouragement of Denver’s Mayor Hancock, Highlands United Methodist Church hosted a community vigil for hope and peace Sunday, July 10th. More than 100 people gathered in NW Denver on the church steps, filling the sidewalk and spilling into the street. 90% of those in attendance were from outside the HUMC congregation….

Working for a Better World: A Faithful Response to Orlando

Amidst Pride Month, a season of celebrating God’s love for ALL people, we are once again reeling from an act of violence that has interrupted life. The attack on the GLBTQ community at Pulse nightclub in Orlando has received great attention and countless requests for prayer… but is prayer enough? Hear the “Working for  Better World”…