Introducing Cheyenne – Ministry Intern!

We are delighted to announce Cheyenne Boone as our Ministry Intern, who will join us in September and serve with Foothills through May.  Cheyenne (she/her) is a candidate for ministry with the UUA who currently serves as a chaplain resident at University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora. Before moving to Denver in 2023, Cheyenne completed […]

June 2, 2024 Congregational Meeting Summary

We had a great Sunday gathering for our flower ceremony and Spring Congregational Meeting. Here are just a few of the highlights: We elected Susan Williams and Peter Moore as Trustees to our Board to serve 3 year terms. We elected Bonnie Inscho to our Nominating Committee. We thanked outgoing Board President Walter Nash, and […]

Congregational Meeting – June 2, 2024

Foothills Unitarian Church will convene its 2024 Annual Meeting and potluck lunch from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM on Sunday, June 2nd. If you haven’t already, please register for the Congregational Meeting in advance. We also invite you to review the congregational meeting packet ahead of the meeting. Unitarian Universalist churches are independent and self-governing, and our bylaws require a quorum of 10 […]

When Death Comes Series Invitation

Dear ones, Death comes for all of us.  It’s a reality most of us try really hard not to think about, and spend a lot of time and money hoping we can fend off. Death is inevitable, but also somehow we have whole industries selling us on ways to put it off. Death is also […]

Town Hall & Annual Report

Rev. Gretchen led a town hall on Feb. 24th to provide current information on how our church is doing. Here’s the recording from the meeting: Please review the Annual Report and our updated 2024 Town Hall Data Packet for more details.  

December 2023 Series Invitation: Gather In

As we worship for the first times in our new sanctuary, let us renew the ways we gather. The rituals we practice this time of year, the songs we sing, the stories we center, and what we fail to see. The traditions we inherit – what we repeat and what we release. In-person, online, with friends, and with strangers.

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