Real Estate leaders, Doug and Glenda Osness, lead an evening once a month (third Monday evening) of prayer and work together to strategize with God and one another about the transformation of society in the areas of systemic poverty. If you want to see real change come as God's people get active through Marketplace Ministry, come and be a part of this evening monthly.
Contact Doug Osness for more information (303-960-6784).
7 pm service that begins our walk with Jesus into His passion and crucifixion. This evening is our stop at The Upper Room as Jesus bends down and washes His disciples' feet and teaches them about humility and service. After that He instituted The Lord's Supper or Communion (The Holy Eucharist) as the sacred meal of bread and wine (juice) which marks the beginning of the New Covenant. On Maundy Thursday we enter fully into the Acts of Holy Week as we contemplate what Jesus did and as we ourselves wash one another's feet and hear the words of the Institution of Communion again.
We enter most fully into the redemption of our Savior, Jesus, when we walk the Way of the Cross with Him as He goes to the hill of Golgotha, the Place of the Skull. An evening of somber prayer, readings, songs and visuals, we will walk with Jesus as He takes the Via Dolorosa "all the way to Calvary!"
Meets on the 1st and 3rd Saturday mornings from 8 to 10:00 a.m. They meet at the church with light breakfast, coffee and tea.
The group supports a Bible translator working on a translation into the Dugan language for Muslims in the Afghan region.
Please call Dave Cross for current study information 303-757-3150. Click here to see our webpage
From the second century the church has gathered on the Eve of Easter to hear the stories of God's creation, of our fall and of the redemptive plan of God through the ages in the words of Holy Scripture. The flow of services from Maundy Thursday, through Good Friday and into Holy Saturday take us from light to darkness and back to light! Mid-service in the Easter Vigil is the celebration of the first Communion of Easter and the recommitment of our selves to our Baptismal Vows. This is the oldest continually used service in the Church of Jesus Christ and is not to be missed.
The Daily Office is prayed daily by members of REZ. Please join us online by clicking the link above for prayer as a way to begin your day each day as we learn to listen to the Lord and follow Him day by day, together.
Click above for the most recent listing of sermons by Fr. Phil and others who speak
normally at REZ. We use a podcast service called SPREAKER.COM to capture and post each Sunday the sermons of the week.