Highlands Bike to Work Day 2017 Aid Station
At Highlands United Methodist Church
On the West End of Highlands Square on 32nd Ave at Osceola St. in Denver
For People on Bikes
As part of the Denver Bike to Work Day 2017 come enjoy free food and drink on your way to work. This is our second year of having a breakfast station and riders last year said we had the best food around. After all, who doesn’t like home made baked goods from church ladies? There are lots of bike racks in front of the church to park your bike and we also have a self service bike repair station if you need some air for your tires or to makes adjustment on your bike. We are proud to be Denver’s first Church that is a Certified Green Business, and love supporting those that bike, walk or take transit to work.
For Church or Neighborhood Volunteers
Come help us as we host a Bike to Work Day Aid Station on 32nd Avenue in front of the church. Bike to Work Day is a long time Denver tradition to encourage people to bike to work. This is a great way for us to reach out to our community. We are looking for volunteers to help set up the station as well as take it down, volunteers to supply baked goods and other breakfast foods for cyclist that are participating in Denver Bike to Work Day.
Our aid station will be active from 630am-9am on Wednesday, June 28th.
Signup to help here
About Highlands United Methodist Church
We open our minds to actively think though our beliefs, which are as varied as the many people who are a part of our community. We engage questions, and we don’t settle for simple answers that ignore the complexities of life.
Our doors are open to all people, with no exceptions. We believe that when we embrace diversity, we embrace God. Through those open doors, we also send our congregation out into the world to serve, because the world needs people who believe in making a difference.
Our worship services take place on Sundays 10am. It is a time to gather support for and embrace the joys of the other six days of the week. We strive to create a sacred, welcoming space through music, prayer, and sermons that engage the deep meaning of everyday life.
We are a reconciling congregation, open to all people including the GLBTQ community.
See our statement of inclusivity here.
We value reaching out into the world to serve others and make a difference.
Find out more about our ministries and outreach opportunities here.
We seek to care for the beauty of creation by having as small an environmental footprint as possible.
We commit to “embrace our responsibility as stewards of the environment, endeavoring to honor God’s covenant with all creation”.
Find out more about our green efforts and opportunities.