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Help Us End Malaria

Imagine No Malaria is an effort to end preventable deaths from Malaria in Africa. As a member of the Rocky Mountain Conference (region), Highlands United Methodist Church is supporting the cause! Each month HUMC’s “Kids for Change” mission focus is Imagine No Malaria On Palm Sunday, April 13, proceeds from the Pancake Breakfast (9-9:30am) will go…

Toddler Music Class

The Children’s and Family Ministry at Highlands United Methodist Church offers Toddler Music Classes for children ages 2-5 on Mondays at 10:am.  This class is is open to the community free of charge.  Wonderful enthusiastic participation is enjoyed by parents and children alike! Class is led by Marian Brackett and followed by a 30 minute play…

Peanut Butter and Jelly Ministry

On the fourth Saturday of each month, members of Highlands United Methodist church gather to make sack lunches to share with the homeless and hungry in Civic Center Park.  We meet at 10:45 a.m in the Fellowship Hall to assemble the sandwiches.   If you wish to help but can’t attend, please consider donating one…

Born This Way Ball – Profiled by OutFront

It can be hard for some LGBT students to really enjoy what supposedly makes up the social highlights of a mainstream high school — prom, homecoming, superlatives and more — all those things that tell kids they’re fitting in, but often come with gender-limiting dress codes and expectations for who makes an appropriate date that…

Denver Wins BIG in Food Challenge

Denver Wins BIG in Food Drive Challenge The United in Orange food drive has been going head-to-head with Seattle since the division championships to see which city could raise more food for local food pantries. With 103,149 items collected, Denver has shown Denver Broncos fans are unmatched in generosity. Gathered at 80 different locations throughout…

#UnitedInOrange made the Washington Times (DC)

“Peyton Manning knows all of Denver supports him when he steps out on the field,” Rev. Laurvick said. “We want every hungry family in Colorado to feel the same kind of support — that there are people behind them, supporting them.” Read the article

9news.com cover United In Orange

Denver vs. Seattle food drive in honor of Super Bowl XLVIII Reverend Brad Laurvick visited 9news to discuss the food-drive challenge between the Methodist churches in Denver and the Methodist churches in Seattle to foster some friendly competition before the cities’ teams appear in the Super Bowl on Feb. 2. Watch our 9news feature