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MILE HI CHURCH OFFERINGS
AND ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

APRIL 19, 2020

 

 

SERVICES, ONLINE CLASSES, AND MEDITATIONS

  • Sunday Service at 10 a.m. and Wednesday Night Live Service at 7 p.m.
    Watch on any of these platforms when service begins.

Watch Page      Vimeo      Facebook      YouTube

 
  • Youth Church Zoom Meeting
    Every Sunday at 11:30 a.m. for families with elementary-age kids featuring a short fifteen-minute lesson.
    Zoom meeting zoom.us/j/899404470 or call 346-248-7799 Meeting ID: 899 404 470
         
  • Daily Online Meditation With the Ministers
    Mon. – Fri. at 11:11 a.m.
    Take a short fifteen-minute sanity break in the middle of your day.

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PRAYER AND SUPPORT GROUPS

  • Prayer Practitioners are available for phone sessions. Call 303-232-8851 to schedule an appointment.
     
  • The ministers and practitioners share daily prayers for the wholeness and health of all. Sign up for our Daily Pearl or like/follow our Facebook page.
 
  • Support groups meet on Wednesday evenings by Zoom:
    » Healing Connection Support Group: Every Wed. at 5:45 p.m. with Revs. Kay and Linda.
       Zoom meeting zoom.us/j/611335780


    » Grief Support Group: 1st and 3rd Wed. at 5:30 p.m. with Dr. Patty.
       Zoom meeting zoom.us/j/161041585

    » Recovery Support Group: Every Wed. at 6 p.m. with Rev. Carol.
       Zoom meeting zoom.us/j/792558509
 

 


 

WAYS TO HELP IN AND AROUND OUR COMMUNITY

  • Donate to our community partner, The Action Center. If you are well and not at high-risk for COVID, volunteer at their drive-up distribution center.
 
  • Donate to a local food bank. During emergencies, food banks provide food locally and nationally. Food is a crucial need for families during this time. 
    foodbankrockies.org
 
  • Volunteer with our community partner, A Little Help. They have unique opportunities to help your neighbors during this time. If you are feeling healthy and wondering what you can do to positively support your older neighbors, consider helping spread kindness and telephone-based connection! A Little Help is increasing their care calls to all older members, so more volunteers are needed to call at least once a week. A basic script will be provided when you sign up. ALH also has opportunities for grocery and medication deliveries to our members. Sign up here to help keep our members safe while reducing social isolation.
 
  • Volunteer or donate to the Colorado COVID Support Team. Colorado created a COVID-19 support page to volunteer or share needs. They are looking for volunteers to help at-risk individuals across CO get through the crisis. They are soliciting donations for supplies: masks, gloves, swabs, cleaning supplies, and baby formula.
 

 


 

NEED HELP OR KNOW SOMEONE WHO DOES?

  • Colorado United Way is a great place to start if you need resources: food delivery, housing assistance, unemployment benefits, counseling services, help paying bills. Dial 211 on your phone to be connected to CUW.
 
  • Hunger Free Colorado has created a COVID-19 Food resources page to keep Coloradans up-to-date on how COVID-19 is affecting food access and where people can continue to access needed nutrition. You’ll find information about statewide food delivery, food resources hotline, school meal locations, food pantries, updates on vital nutrition programs like SNAP and WIC, and additional resources from their partners.