The Foothills building is closed for the time being. Office hours are in the page footer, below.

Worship streams TWO ways on Sundays:

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Love Unites Us All

We are a church of humanity, progressive in spirit, and hospitable to all forms of thought. Here we believe that every person is worthy of love without exception, and that we are all in this life together. Wherever you are on your journey, we hope you find in this community, a people. In this place, a sanctuary. And in this faith, a lifelong path.

Life Can Be So Much More

We know what it feels like to want something more from life. We do, too. We can be more, do more, craft a life that matters more, when we do it together. We’ll meet you where you are, as you are. We’re not here to fix you or change you—only to offer opportunities to find connection, meaning, joy, and fulfillment.

Unleashing Courageous Love

Courageous Love lives in the practice where love of self, love of other, and love of the world come together and conspire to risk the highest good. By embracing our diversity, growing our faith, and awakening our spirits to the unfolding meaning of this life, we seek to unleash courageous love in Northern Colorado and beyond.

Are We Right For You and Your Family?

We are a church for all ages. A supportive place to wonder, discover and engage the world. And where all are called to live lives of justice making and compassion. If this resonates in your heart and mind, we encourage you to get to know us and hopefully joining with us in living a transforming and transformative life.

Most Recent Sermon

Rev. Gretchen Haley - August 30, 2020

Release to Receive: Part 1

Release to Receive: Part 1

Rev. Gretchen Haley, our Senior Minister, introduces us to the ritual of Water Communion. Explaining how this ritual is rooted in the 1980’s feminist movement within Unitarian Universalism. Rev. Gretchen then reflects on what it means to release to receive. She says, “We release so that we can receive the gifts present here and now.” She goes on to say, “As we pour the water, we release the stories of the past onto the altar of our shared community, symbolized in the shared collection of our water.” This reflection leads us directly into the Water Communion Community Ceremonies. You can learn more about the history of Water Communion at Permission to stream music in these services obtained from One License (A-736246) and Christian Copyright Solutions (9214).


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