Wednesdays, March 7 – May 2, 6:45-8:15p
What does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven? Matthew’s gospel opens with three chapters containing Jesus’ longest recorded message – a sermon given to His disciples early in His ministry to articulate what the life of a Christ-follower would look like. It was a message intended to turn upside down every expectation His closest followers might have. Both practical and profound, the sermon asks of us the same questions it posed to its original hearers: How should a disciple relate to sin? To others? To the Law? How does a disciple think, speak, and act? What is the nature of true righteousness?
In His sweeping depiction of kingdom citizenship, Jesus utters some of the most familiar passages in all of Scripture. Most of us have only encountered the Sermon on the Mount in fragments, considering its subdivisions as complete teachings in their own right – a study on blessedness, a reflection on the Lord’s Prayer, a meditation on lilies of the field. But what if we navigated these three chapters as they were originally heard: as one cohesive, well-ordered message, intended to challenge us to think differently about repentance, salvation, and sanctification? This 9-week study led by Jen Wilkin does just that. Seat yourself on a mountainside to learn at the feet of Jesus. Ask for ears to hear and a heart to respond to the teaching of our King.
Tuesdays, March 7 – May 8, 9:30-11:15a
In this 7-session Bible study, Lisa-Jo Baker and friends from (in)courage explore our relationship with Jesus as the ultimate model for authentic friendship.
In today’s busy world, we’re wired to appear “fine,” warding off authenticity and shielding ourselves from judgment. We hide behind the hum of busyness to escape intimate friendships with the women God has placed in our lives. But we do want a seat at the table. We yearn for authentic relationships and the opportunity to be the opposite of “fine” with people who cheer for us. But comparison, envy, and entitlement often stop us from pulling out a chair at the table. Friendship can be hard, making new friends even harder, and maintaining genuine friendship the hardest of all.
In this 7-session Bible study, Lisa-Jo Baker and friends from (in)courage explore our relationship with Jesus as the ultimate model for authentic friendship. Nothing shapes us like the impact of a friend – it’s how Jesus radically and intimately connects with us. So instead of chasing perfection, overcome your fear of being known and find the courage to connect.
No registration required. Purchase book in Inklings Bookstore.
Wednesdays, on-going @ 6:15 – 8:00 p.m.
A safe place for women who have been sexually abused/assaulted to share their experiences and begin a healing process.
Tuesdays, January 9 – March 31, 2018 @ 9:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Have you ever been falsely accused or suffered from injustice? This study of Joseph is your manual for handling these painful situations. Learn how to rise above difficulties by trusting God.
Thursdays @ 7:00 – 8:30p
English is the bridge to opportunity. Come learn or improve your English. All levels from beginner to advanced taught by experienced teachers. Free except the cost of the book ($10). Free childcare also available. Start anytime.
Tuesdays, September 12 – May 15 @ 9:00 – 11:30
When we’re past the diaper years and sleeping through the night When we’re meeting more emotional needs than physical ones When we’re caught between our children needing us and not, it’s time for MOMSnext. MOMSnext will shape you, ground you, teach you and encourage you. MOMSnext moms are going to be leading PTAs, starting groups, serving in churches, praying for schools, and more.
Thursdays @ 9:00 – 11:30 a.m.
MOPS International encourages and equips moms of young children to realize their potential as mothers, women and leaders, in relationship with Jesus, and in partnership with the local church.
For more information about MOPS Hearts, please contact coordinator Amanda Deitemeyer at: email@example.com. For more information about MOPS Stars, please contact coordinator Kristen Lee at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not have a preference of which group to join, please contact Pam Frakes at 303-325-8229.
Wednesdays, On-going @ 6:15-8:00 p.m.
The Chapel Sanctuary and various breakout rooms
We’re all broken. Whether your brokenness is the result of your decisions, the decisions of others or the general brokenness of the world. re:generation recovery at Cherry Hills is here to walk with you. Our large and small group experiences are here to help you heal from addiction, infertility, abuse, pornography, difficult relationships and everything in between.
First and third Tuesdays of each month @ 6 – 8 p.m.
This caring ministry serves pregnant teens and teen mothers of children birth through age 6.
Contact info: 303.791.4500 ext. 7552
Wednesdays beginning January 10 @ 9:30 – 11:15 a.m.
Understanding Easter through Jesus’ celebration of the Passover
The Passover meal was the last meal Jesus shared before his betrayal and execution. During that meal Jesus instructed his followers to remember his death and resurrection in the breaking of bread and partaking of a cup. We follow those words today in the practice of the Lord’s Supper or Communion. This Seder experience will walk us through the various elements of a traditional Passover meal, explaining their significance in light of the life and death of our savior Jesus Christ. This offering will expand your understanding of why we celebrate communion and the importance of the resurrection; not to mention we will have a lot of fun! Meal not provided, only the symbolic elements will be consumed.
Rest, Hope & Power
Rest, Hope & Power, living in the shadow of the Cross and the light of the Resurrection: taught by Ramona Spilman & Briana Bailey. Week one (February 28) – Rest: practicing Sabbath, a call to trust God. Week two (March 7) – Hope: living expectantly, a call to faith you can bet your life on. Week 3 (March 14) – Power: living a transformed life, a call to be real.