Great things are going on at Tapestry as we move forward. But first let’s look back.
We had a wonderful first worship service back at the end of August. Over 100 people were there to celebrate with us and worship God for the new things he is doing. Our District Superintendent, Melanie Rosa, was also there with us that day and has included an article in the weekly Conference email about our inaugural service. People are taking notice!
On Sept 20, instead of a worship service, the Tapestry team met Sunday morning and worshiped God by creating more than 50 food bags for a group of at-risk teens who attend the nighttime alternative high school in Highlands Ranch. Many of these teens are homeless and don’t have anything to eat from the time they leave school on Thursday night to the time they get back Monday evening. Among other things, Jesus called us to feed the hungry and this is one way we are trying to make an impact for Christ in our community.
We will be worshiping at the Wildlife Experience again on Sept 27, the last Sunday in September. Moving forward, we will also be adding a second service each month, this time on the second Sunday of the month. So on the second and last Sundays of each month we will meet for a worship service. And now, immediately after the service, we will stay for a bible study or a topical study. On September 27, we will begin with the Adam Hamilton study on world religions. If you would like to join us, you are welcome to do so.
We continue to meet at 6:30 each Monday night at the Caribou Coffee in Lincoln Ave. for the Loom, a weekly fellowship and discussion gathering. We continue to see the group grow and the discussion is always great. I hope you will consider joining us for that (if you are not in Mel’s Disciple 2 class).
If you want to be in the loop as to all that we are doing, like our Facebook page, “Tapestry United Methodist Church.”
Thank you all for your continued support! God bless.