Wednesday Evening Service


Child care available for all ages.

Location: 9077 W. Alameda Ave., Lakewood, CO 80226

Phone:  303-237-8851


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January Three-Week Series: The Joy of Genius

with Dr. Michelle Medrano

Let 2020 be a year of perfect vision of yourself, your life and your genius! Based on the book, The Joy of Genius, by Gay Hendricks, PhD.

Wed., Jan. 8

The Genius Moment and Genius Move

You get hundreds of genius moments every day with each one an opportunity to make a genius move and step into the life you really want to live.

Music: Jennifer and the Mile Hi Band


Wed., Jan. 15

Find and End Your Specific Type of Negative Thinking

We can get stuck in negative thinking patterns that might keep us from our genius. There are ways to spot these patterns to help increase living from our genius.

Music: Thom Lich


Wed., Jan. 22

How to Woo Your Creativity

If we each live from our authentic and creative self, we could change the world.

Music: Jennifer Burnett and the Mile Hi Band

Wed., Jan. 29

Ready to Exhale

with Rev. Jackie Harris

Have you ever found yourself holding your breath in anticipation? We take our breath for granted, yet oxygen is the most important element for humans—far more important than food and water. Spend some time looking at this most important life-sustaining process and its place in our spirituality.

Music: Thom Lich and the Mile Hi Band

7 p.m., Wednesdays, Vogt Auditorium unless otherwise noted.
Child care available for all ages.

Two-Week Wednesday Night Live Series

The Power of Decision

with Dr. Barry Ebert

Based on the book by Raymond Charles Barker

Wed., Feb. 5

Decide to Be Happy

The world of the mind, not form, is the final arena in which to seek and find joy in living. When you decide to be happy, the creative process of Mind moves into action. Look at ways of thinking that keep us anxious and unhappy.


Music: Jennifer Burnett and the Mile Hi Band


Wed., Nov. 12

Decide to Be Creative

An inspired mind is a creative mind. If we keep our minds open and receptive, we discover that new ideas are all around us. With curiosity, inspiration and decision, the open-minded person becomes invincible.


Music: Youth Choir, Gianna Neathammer and the Mile Hi Band


Wednesday Group Gatherings

6 p.m. - Various Locations

The Healing Connection group offers inspiration and resources to  support those facing a health challenge. This group meets in the Vogt Chapel.

The Spirituality in Recovery group is a metaphysical recovery program open to people from every path of recovery to share their experience, strength and hope. This group meets in the Community Center, Teen Underground, Middle School Room.

7:45 p.m., Vogt Lobby