SEPTEMBER 10, 2014


Bishop Gonia is on vacation Sept. 5-16

Since he will not be responding to emails and does not wish to return home to 1000 emails, we ask that you kindly do not send emails to him while he is away. If you have immediate concerns, please email Kent Mueller or Janice Ladd-Horkey directly while he is away.


Hear James Alison September 26 & 27 

at the new RMS Lutheran Center

James Alison is our 2014 keynote guest at our fall Theological Conference in Colorado Springs, and we are offering the opportunity for everyone to hear him at a special event at the new RMS Lutheran Center. These "Conversations with James Alison" will take place Friday and Saturday, September 25 and 27 at 7375 Samuel Drive, Denver, CO, 80221.


Friday, September 26, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
"Where are we now, and where are we going?" 

Thinking through Christianity and the LGBT emergence

Saturday, September 27, 9 - 11 a.m.
Jesus the Forgiving Victim

Presenting a new course of introduction to the Christian faith for adults (

event poster with details



"God's work. Our hands."
Sunday was Sept. 7


Throughout the Rocky Mountain Synod and the ELCA, members of congregations demonstrated their faith in action! Photos are posted on the RMS Facebook page.


Send photos and stories of your ministry to Erin Power so we may gather them and share them.



RMS Women's Organization Biennial Convention is October 10-12


The Rocky Mountain Synodical Women's Board is asking all RMS leaders to encourage the Women of the ELCA in your congregations  to make plans to attend their 11th Biennial Convention. The event will take place at The DoubleTree Hotel, 3203 Quebec St., Denver, CO, on Friday, October 10, through Sunday morning, October 12. The registration deadline has been extended to September 20, but registrants must make their hotel reservations directly with the DoubleTree Hotel by September 9 to receive the convention rate. Registration forms and instructions, the Nomination form for board positions and the Stephanie Bowes Scholarship Application form may be obtained from the July issue of the newsletter "Views from the Rockies."  Go to the RMS website to print the forms.


The Convention offers the Women of the ELCA worship opportunities, with Bishop Gonia leading closing worship, Pastor Geri Cunningham as Convention Chaplain, several workshops, Rev. Sarah Moening as Keynote Speaker, a banquet Saturday night followed by entertainment provided by the Hard Road Trio of Las Cruces, NM, and offerings will be taken to support many ministries in the Rocky Mountain Synod as well as Churchwide.  Urban Servant Corps of Denver will be the recipient of in-kind gifts that the women will bring to Convention.

Contact Carol McGill President, or call 303-443-0431 

We ask your help in getting the word to as many women as possible so we will have a successful Convention.


"Looking for Roommate"


Pat Kenning is looking for a roommate for the RMS Women's Organization Biennial Convention Oct 10-12, 2014. She can be contacted at 303-794-0357.



Register now for Sept/Oct Missional Gatherings in RMS Conferences


The focus of the 2014 Missional Gatherings will be on "Lutheran Spirituality" with special breakout sessions on networking with other congregational councils and networking with your local community. All rostered leaders, council members, outreach and evangelism committees, and congregation members are invited. Youth and young adult participation are encouraged.


Bishop Gonia and other representatives of Synod Council and the Office of the Bishop look forward to meeting with you for a time to be church together.


please register at least five days prior to each gathering


Saturday, September 20

Metro West (Mountain), Zion Lutheran Church in Montrose, CO


Sunday, September 28, 2:30 pm

Metro East, All Saints Lutheran Church in Aurora, CO 


Saturday, October 11

Wyoming, Faith in Lander, WY 


Sunday, October 19, 2:00 pm (refreshments at 1:30 pm)

Boulder/Broomfield, Bethlehem in Longmont, CO 


Saturday, October 25, 11:30 am

Utah, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Taylorsville, UT 



Saturday, November 1, 10 am

Metro West (Metro), Advent, Westminster, CO 


Sunday, November 2, 3 pm

North Colorado, Faith Lutheran Church in Eaton, CO 


Saturday, November 8, 2 pm
North New Mexico, St. Timothy in Alburquerque


Sunday, November 9, 3 pm

Southeast Colorado, First Lutheran in CO Springs


Saturday, November 15, 10 am

Border, Trinity in Las Cruces, NM


Saturday, December 6, 9 am

Metro South, Christ the King in Denver, CO



Please Pray for Our RMS Service Corps 


26 new long-term volunteers have begun the 2014-2015 year of service in the Rocky Mountain Synod!  Border Servant Corps and Urban Servant Corps welcome those who will live in intentional community, learn about living simply, work for social justice though service, and explore spirituality in Denver, Colorado and the U.S./México border.  In peace y justicia, we give thanks for your support through offerings of prayer throughout the year!


Giving thanks for the life and ministry

of Pastor Max Diemer 

The Rev. Max Henry Diemer completed his Baptismal journey on August 29, 2014. He was ordained at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Richfield, IA, on June 15, 1947 by his father. He served as a missionary to New Guinea. He later moved to Las Cruces, NM in 1986, where he served some interim ministries. 


For 24 years, every Monday, Pastor Diemer served as Volunteer Chaplain at Memorial Medical Center in Las Cruces. Up until his death, he visited lonely and ill residents in the Health Care Center at Good Samaritan Village, a ministry he found very fulfilling. On June 10, 2012, the Trinity Lutheran congregation held a celebration to honor Max on his 65th year as an ordained minister. A Celebration of Life memorial service took place on September 6, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Las Cruces, NM. We give thanks for his life and ministry.


LaVonne Johnson-Holt Ordination is September 27 at Epiphany, Denver

All are invited to attend the Service of Ordination for LaVonne Johnson-Holt on Saturday, September 27, at Epiphany Lutheran Church, 790 South Corona Street, Denver Colorado. Holy Eucharist and Rite of Ordination is at 2 pm with a reception following in the fellowship hall.  LaVonne will be serving as Pastor at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Roswell, New Mexico. Rostered Leaders are invited to vest and process. The color of the day is red.


Sunday September 14

Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost

O Lord God, merciful judge, you are the inexhaustible fountain of forgiveness. Replace our hearts of stone with hearts that love and adore you, that we may delight in doing your will, through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. 
Synod Prayer Cycle:  
North Colorado Conference
You are encouraged to include the listed leaders in your Sunday
prayers of the people. Many congregations print the listing in the Sunday bulletin and/or monthly newsletter.  The prayer list for upcoming months is available. Remember in prayer this coming Sunday:

Centennial Englewood, CO
Katie Chullino
Christ Highlands Ranch, CO
Tom Shelly, DJ Dent
Christ the King Denver, CO
Korey Finstad
Evergreen Evergreen, CO
Vera Guebert-Steward



Advent Resources available
supporting ministries in Bethlehem

Bright Stars of Bethlehem supports the ministries of Christmas Lutheran Church in Bethlehem. In partnership with Creative Communications, Inc., Bright Stars of Bethlehem is offering the Bright Stars of Bethlehem Advent Devotional and Congregational Resources for Advent 2014. 


The congregational resource kit hosts a wide array of tools that highlight the relationship between U.S. Christians and our sisters and brothers in Bethlehem and the Holy Land. By using the discount code "STARS" when you order, a portion of the sales will be received back to Bright Stars of Bethlehem! Check out the wide array of resources available and order now by clicking here or calling 800.325.9414 

Idea for adult education
from Peace Not Walls


Gaza: A Nurse's Account of Working with Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). Sarah Woznick is an intensive care nurse who left the University of Colorado Hospital in January 2014 to work with Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Gaza. When Israel's Operation Protective Edge began on July 8, one day before what should have been the last day of her assignment, Sarah briefly extended her mission to support the MSF team's response. 

Sarah is currently living in Denver and is available to speak. Invite her to speak in your congregation and hear about the work she was doing in Gaza and the challenges of providing healthcare in the humanitarian crisis. Contact Sarah by email.


One Year to Live Men's Retreat
October 10-12


Lutheran Men in Mission invite you to a retreat October 10-12 at the YMCA Camp Santa Maria in Grant, Colorado. Men of all ages yearn for real friendships and a closer relationship with Christ. Be prepared for a spiritual boot camp. This 45-hour experience is not for the faint of heart! Download the brochure.



One Year to Live Reunion

Saturday, October 18, 2014

1:00 pm t0 4:00 pm

at The Lutheran Center

7375 Samuel Drive

Denver, CO 80221

We invite all One Year to Live Retreat Alumni and their families to join us for a reunion. We will check-in, catch up, follow the reunion protocol that Lyman Coleman wrote for the current version of the One Year to Live, celebrate what God is doing in our lives, and reconnect. We will have soft drinks, water, and snacks. We intend to conclude with some ice cream.


Brothers, join us please! Email Jim Monkman to let him know you plan to attend or call him at 817-346-0943 or 303-642-1026.



Spirituality, Ethics, 
and Relief

Friday evening, November 7
and Saturday, November 8

The RMS Lutheran Center -

7375 Samuel Drive, Denver


Register for Friday, for Saturday, or for both


Join us as we explore the spirituality and ethics of hunger, the effect of climate change on hunger and ways to provide relief in this country and around the world.  Dr. Samuel Thomas, Associate Professor of Religion at California Lutheran University, Dr. Ryan Cumming, Director of Hunger Education for ELCA World Hunger, and Rev. Nelson Bock, Professor and Co-Director of Wartburg West, will be our guides as we learn more about hunger, its causes, and what we can do about it. Registration will open in September so check the e-Connection and register early!


Fall Leadership Retreat 2014:

Our Life Together

September 22-25
Marriott Hotel
Colorado Springs, CO 
Leaders in the Rocky Mountain Synod are invited to gather together for a time of learning, rest, and renewal as we look at
"Our Life Together." The event begins late afternoon on Monday, September 22 and concludes before noon on Thursday, September 25.


The hotel is sold out, so late registrants must sign up to be a commuter and stay in a different neighboring hotel.


Link to Online Registration 



1st Ever RMS Talent/No-Talent Show
Following worship on Wednesday night, we will gather for the first ever RMS Talent/No-Talent show.  Anything goes! A piano, microphone, and screen will be available.  Email Erin Power with any questions.


Worship Assistants
We are in need of assistants for our two worship services.
Monday evening:  1 communion assistant; 4 prayer station leaders;

Wednesday evening:  2 communion assistants; 2 ushers;
Email Erin Power if you are interested in participating



Seeking someone to share DVD's
for "Animate: Faith"?


Atonement Lutheran Church, Denver, CO, is seeking the DVD's and facilitator guide for "Animate: Faith" before they purchase the whole curriculum. They are hopeful that they can share the resources as a good stewardship measure. Please contact Gayle at .

Young Adult Trip to the Holy Land

Join 17 young adults (ages 18-30) on a pilgrimage of peace and justice to the Holy Land May 12-25, 2015. Goals of the trip include learning about the complexity of the conflict between Israel and Palestine, faith formation via a pilgrimage of "living stones," and empowering young adults in their capacity as change makers.  
Applications and trip information can be found at  Contact Melanie or Natalie at if you have any questions.


Office of the Bishop Eucharist
is Second Wednesday

We invite you to join us the second Wednesday of each month for a staff/community Eucharist Service at 11:30am at the Office of the Bishop. Email Erin Power if you are interested in leading worship!  Our next worship will be September 10.



Read about recent JOB POSTS in the Rocky Mountain Synod. More information 


Organist/Accompanist (Part Time)

Faith Lutheran Church

Golden, CO


The Organist/accompanist exists to provide organ and piano accompaniment for FAITH¹s 8:30am worship each Sunday morning, including prelude, postlude, liturgy, service music, hymn and special music as needed.  This position also accompanies the adult choir including rehearsals once a week (Wednesday evening) September-May. 8-10 hours per week. To apply or to request the full job description, please contact Pastor Jane Jebsen at or 303-279-5379.



Choir Director (Part Time)

Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church

Dillon, CO


We are seeking an experienced candidate to lead the established and outstanding Adult Choir as well as implement programs and provide vision for the growth of Children and Youth Choir(s) at Lord of the Mountains. For a complete position description or to submit a resume, please contact Katie Romanoski at 970-468-6809 or 


Director of Christian Education ­ Children and Youth Focus (Part Time)

Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church

Dillon, CO


We are seeking an enthusiastic candidate to work with the Education Committee to implement programs and provide vision for growth of Children and Youth educational programs and activities at Lord of the Mountains.  For a complete position description or to submit a resume, please contact Katie Romanoski at 970-468-6809 or

Organist/Accompanist (Part Time)

Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church

Dillon, CO


We are seeking an experienced candidate to provide organ and/or piano music to enhance the exceptional worship experience at Lord of the Mountains.  For a complete position description or to submit a resume, please contact Katie Romanoski at 970-468-6809 or



Communication and Administrative Assistant

Highlands Lutheran Church Denver CO


The Communication and Administrative Assistant supports the mission of Highlands Lutheran Church by working closely with the Pastor and another members of the church for more information.

Administrative Assistant

Joy Lutheran Church

Parker, Colorado


Joy Lutheran Church is currently seeking applicants for a full time Administrative Assistant, a key position supporting staff members, church leadership, and other volunteer members of the Church.  Overall responsibilities include administrative support, point of contact for callers and visitors, preparation of weekly worship bulletins and slides for worship services, website content updates/changes, maintenance of a database, and coordination of projects, training, and resources for administrative volunteers.  Details are found on our website 


Please send a cover letter and resume with references to Refer to Administrative Assistant. 





Bishop Jim Gonia

  • Vacation

Pastor Ron Roschke

  • Wartburg West
  • Faith Formation Network
  • RMS Global Mission Committee
  • Northern Colorado Conference Young Adult Strategy
  • Northern Colorado Retired Clergy 

Pastor Sarah Moening    

  • Faith Formation Network
  • Church Development Institute, Utah
  • Ascension, Ogden, UT

Pastor Stephanie Quick Espinoza

  • Northern Colorado Conference Young Adult Strategy
  • Mission Developments and Redevelopments 
  • Missional Gathering Planning    

Pastor Kent Mueller  

  • Cross of Christ and Growing Home at the Lutheran Center
  • Lutheran Center administration
Erin Power
  • Theological Conference and Journey of Renewal Planning
  • Ministry Review planning
  • Assembly planning
Ruth Hoffman 
Lutheran Advocacy Ministry, NM   
  • Legislative Health and Human Services Committee
  • Interfaith Hunger Coalition
  • Medicaid Coalition
Peter Severson
Lutheran Advocacy Ministry, CO
  • CU Boulder Campus Ministry
  • Hunger Free Colorado
  • Strengthening Colorado Families and Communities Conference, Keystone, CO


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ELCA advocates for unaccompanied children entering U.S

An estimated 80,000 unaccompanied children will seek safety in the United States this year. The ELCA and its partners "are pursuing both the short-term efforts at achieving safety and relevant social services for these children of God, as well as long-term systemic solutions to stem the flow of children cast adrift," said the Rev. Stephen Bouman, executive director, ELCA Congregational and Synodical Mission. More information.


website calendar




2014 Theological Conference

Marriott Hotel
Colorado Springs, Colorado


2014 Senior High Youth Gathering

YMCA of the Rockies
Estes Park, Colorado    


2015 Middle School
Youth Gathering

Elegante Hotel & Conference Center
Colorado Springs, Colorado



MAY 1-3

2015 Synod Assembly

Sheraton Hotel
Salt Lake City, Utah


2015 Theological Conference

YMCA of the Rockies
Estes Park, Colorado


2015 Senior High Youth Gathering



Cornerstone Time Capsule to be opened 

at Elim Lutheran Church


Elim Lutheran Church, 575 23rd Street, Ogden, is celebrating the 125th anniversary of its 1888 founding by a small group of Swedish emigrants. The old, white frame church built in 1889 was replaced in 1948 by a new, red brick church, and an addition was added in 1963.


When the cornerstone to the addition was dedicated in 1963, a time capsule was sealed behind it. On Sunday, September 14, the congregation will file outside after the conclusion of the 10:00 a.m. worship service, the cornerstone will be opened, and the artifacts hidden behind it will be seen for the first time in 51 years. The historical artifacts will be on display at the church until Reformation Sunday, October 26, 2014, when Bishop Jim Gonia will visit Elim to preside at worship and speak at the 125th Anniversary Banquet. 





Camino de Vida is moving to its own church home

Camino de Vida Hispanic/Latino Ministry, a joint-venture between the ELCA and PCUSA, is finally moving into its own church home. The inaugural service will be Global Communion Sunday, October 5, at 3:00 pm. Please join with your congregation. In the meantime, there is much to do in the process of renovation. If you would like to join us for God's Work, Our Handsthis Saturday or any Saturday before October 5, please contact Pastor Carmen Miranda at 505-249-1987 Donations are also extremely helpful as we will install, among other things, new swamp coolers, a portable classroom, flooring and an industrial kitchen. 



The St. Olaf Band to perform in Albuquerque October 14

The St. Olaf Band, dubbed "one of America's preeminent bands" by The New Yorker, will perform in Albuquerque, NM, Monument, CO, and Denver on October 14, 15, and 16 as part of its 2014 national tour. You can find  More information  or by calling 800-363-5487. The St. Olaf Band's national tour program, "Mostly British," will center around music from the United Kingdom. 


ELCA Day of Service Begins 60th Anniversary

Celebration for St. Luke Lutheran in Albuquerque


St. Luke volunteers will launch a whole Season of Service on September 6 and 7. They will be commissioned for service at the worship services. Outdoor enthusiasts will clean up the Bosque and help control invasive vegetation within a portion of Albuquerque's Open Space. Other volunteers will continue to lend helping hands in upcoming weeks and months at Lutheran Campus Ministry, at St. Martin's Hospitality Center, where homeless adults are assisted, and at the St. Luke Preschool, where a number of maintenance issues will be addressed. Bright yellow T shirts, worn by volunteers, will proclaim "God's Work, Our Hands." This message ties in well with the 60th Anniversary Celebration Theme:  Faithfulness through Service and Healing.  A large visual display will depict members putting their faith into action to share the love of God with all of God's people.           


Save the Date!


LAM-NM 2014 Advocacy Conference

Saturday, November 8

St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Albuquerque  




The Grace Race Registration Deadline is Approaching:
Help Rainbow Trail raise $10,000 for world hunger

RAINBOW TRAIL is hosting its 8th Annual Grace Race to benefit world hunger on Saturday, October 4, 2014, with a 4 pm start.  All proceeds and donations will be given to ELCA World Hunger. This is a 5K run/walk around beautiful Sloan's Lake in Denver. There will be food and refreshments for all participants following the race.  The entry fee is $30 before September 26 and $35 after that date.  The September 26 deadline is approaching quickly.

You can register for the race after that date and even on the day of the race; however we can't guarantee you'll get one of the cool long sleeve tech shirts from the race after September 26!  You don't have to be a runner to make a difference.

Last year parents with baby strollers, grandparents with grand kids, and runners and walkers of all types joined in. Encourage the members of your congregation to participate.  Come join us for a great afternoon in the park for a great cause.  You can register on-line! Learn more and register. Bring your friends and family or your whole youth group.  They are hoping for 300 participants.  Help RTLC raise $10,000 for ELCA World Hunger!



Risen Lord Moves to New Home in Conifer, CO

Open House

Saturday, September 27, 11am-3pm

25797 Conifer Road, Conifer CO

The congregation of Risen Lord invites you to help celebrate their move to the Aspen Park Village Shopping Center.  They have relocated to a commercial storefront,in the midst of the marketplace--where the people are! They are calling their open house the "Pay It Forward Picnic & Gratitude Gala." They will be lifting up six local service organizations (including New Beginnings Church) and presenting them each with a gift. Visit for more information.



"Blessed Are The Teachers!"

Hosted by the Colorado Council of Churches

Tuesday, September 30, 2014
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

South Broadway Christian Church
23 Lincoln Street
Denver, CO 80203

Please join us for our next assembly where we will celebrate our educators: Sunday School teachers and superintendents, as well as public school and private school teachers from preschool to higher education! The first hour will feature a worship service, and then immediately afterwards, we will have the following breakout sessions:

How to Grow a Sunday School
Spiritual Care and Renewal for Teachers
How Churches Can Support Our Schools

Please RSVP by Friday, September 26th. Questions? Contact Adrian Miller. This event is free and open to the public. Please spread the word . . . to get as many teachers there as possible!


The St. Olaf Band to perform in Colorado October 15 and 16

The St. Olaf Band, dubbed "one of America's preeminent bands" by The New Yorker, will perform in Albuquerque, NM, Monument, CO, and Denver on October 14, 15, and 16 as part of its 2014 national tour. You can find  More information or by calling 800-363-5487. The St. Olaf Band's national tour program, "Mostly British," will center around music from the United Kingdom


Lutheran College Fairs September 28 & 29

Two college fairs are scheduled in Colorado.

Denver, Colorado - Sunday, September 28

More information

Bethany Lutheran Church

Financial Aid Seminar: 6:15 p.m.

College Fair: 6:45 p.m.


Ft. Collins, Colorado - Monday, September 29 

More information

Redeemer Lutheran Church

Financial Aid Seminar: 6:45 p.m.

College Fair: 7:30 p.m.

All events will include a financial aid seminar and hors d'oeuvre reception. No RSVP necessary.

New Beginnings Prison Ministry Fundraiser Celebrates 16 years of Ministry on October 10

A Celebration Fundraiser dinner for New Beginnings Prison Ministry will take place on 

October 10 at 6 p.m. Tickets are $30 for adults and children 12 and under are free. It will take place at Augustana Lutheran Church, 5000 Alameda, Denver, CO.  RSVP to Kathy Melies 303-831-7023 or oslc915@juno.comFor Silent Auction donations and inquiries please contact Heiko Meyer at


Peace By Piece Symposium: Fort Collins November 7-9

On November 7-9, Trinity Lutheran Church in Fort Collins will celebrate its first annual learning event for our Northern Colorado community focusing on issues of peace and justice: the Peace by Piece Symposium.


The Peace by Piece Symposium will begin on Friday, November 7, with an evening reception and opening remarks by our keynote speaker, Evan Hodkins, M,A, M. Div. and director of the school of Alchemy. On Saturday, November 8, the event will focus on primary discussions/information and will include special guest speakers, testimonials, and panel discussions. Additional Information about the Symposium.

A Taste of Campus Ministry Beer Tasting & Friend-raiser!

Friday, September 19, 7pm

Niwot Market (7980 Niwot Rd, Longmont, CO)


You're invited to Lutheran Campus Ministry at CU-Boulder's first annual friend-raiser! We'll have six tastings from local, craft breweries with food pairings by Chef Justin of Niwot Market. In between the beer, you'll get a taste of campus ministry at CU-Boulder. We'll also have a selection of local craft ginger and root beers. While we hope to raise some funds for LCM-CU, we also want to bring together all the different people who make our ministry together on campus possible; alumni, friends, and local congregations. Everyone's invited!

The cost is just $25 and gets you a commemorative tasting glass. You can purchase tickets online with PayPal through the Facebook event page 

or by emailing Pastor Zach Parris. We look forward to seeing you there!


South Metro Conference forms networking group

A new networking group is forming in the South Metro Conference.  Everyone-laity, professionals, community leaders, clergy (of all denominations), neighbors and friends interested in building relationships and networking with our neighbors to help serve our community-is welcome. An informational meeting, WITH DINNER,will be September 29, at 6:30 p.m. at Lutheran Church of the Resurrection in Lakewood. The council of Resurrection is graciously providing dinner so please RSVP to Resurrection, 303-922-0596 by September 22.

If you have questions or thoughts to share for this group, please email Pastor Michael Tekroney or Pastor Lyn Crase


Theater & Theology kick-off is September 23 

in Denver with The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Once again we invite your congregation to participate in Theater and Theology (T&T), which Rocky Mountain Synod Front Range congregations have been enjoying for nearly 25 years.

What is Theater & Theology? Participating congregations (and individuals) have enjoyed a special arrangement with the Theater Company of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA). After viewing a performance, we engage cast members in a moderated talkback on theological issues in the play. We see each of the company's productions at a reduced group price. Thew first play of the 2014-15 season is The Unsinkable Molly Brown on Tuesday, September 23. Reservation deadline is Tuesday, September 2. Ticket price is $35.

2014 Play schedule

Theater and Theology Information





Marriage Encounter weekend is October 10-12

Enjoy a weekend of discovery together with Marriage Encounter! The next Weekend will be offered October 10 - 12, 2014, in Denver, CO. Apply now or contact

Bud & Cindy Amack or 303-796-9119 for more information. Weekends fill fast and pre-registration is required. Registrations must be received by September 17.




Kent Mueller - Assistant to the Bishop
Maria Sutton - Communications Assistant 
Rocky Mountain Synod
800-525-0462 / 303-777-6700 / fax 303-339-4744

Announcements for eConnection are due before noon on Thursday for the issue the following Tuesday. Event announcements are included for about two weeks. Please submit your announcement at the time it should appear, ready to copy and paste into the newsletter, with a link to your website for more information.