ON MASKS AT CHURCH

ON MASKS AT CHURCH

COVID and churches – It’s been a minefield. I’m thankful that here at The Sacred Grace Englewood we have prayed for wisdom on how to best care for each other and our literal neighbors and adjusted our ways of connecting accordingly. It’s been a period of constant...
Acoma Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic

Acoma Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic

We were thrilled to partner with the Mayors of both Englewood and Denver to bring a pop-up vaccination clinic to our building. We were so honored to be chosen for this special opportunity and we were thrilled to serve close to 500 of our neighbors.
Blessed are those who mourn

Blessed are those who mourn

Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.– Jesus In the last year pandemic-related anti-AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) rhetoric and actions have been both documented and disheartening. In the wake of the tragic gun violence in...
An evening of presence, prayer, and song

An evening of presence, prayer, and song

We want to create more outlets for our church to sing, pray, and listen. We find these to be important rhythms for moving toward God and sometimes Sundays aren’t quite enough, if we’re honest. We crave more of these kinds of things because God draws us to...
LENT 2021

LENT 2021

The season of LENT is upon us. Ash Wednesday is one of my favorite days of the Christian calendar because it is stark, simple, and contemplative. No matter how good you are at avoiding or deflecting, you are faced with your reality and circumstances in a powerful...
2020 RECAP

2020 RECAP

This is the script I used from the Year-End Family Meeting on Sunday, DEC 20. At the end of every year, over the course of a day or two, Julie and I do an audit of our time. We simply pull up our calendars and scan each month looking for events, both significant and...
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