PRAIRIE CAMPUS DRIVE-IN CHURCH
Sundays at 10 AM
Banning Lewis Preparatory Academy Parking Lot
9433 Vista Del Pico Blvd.
Drive-In church instructions, click HERE
Song lyrics and scripture passage, click HERE
ONLINE WORSHIP SERVICE AVAILABLE
Sundays at 12:30 PM
HOW TO WATCH THE SERVICE ONLINE
The drive-in service will be live streamed to Facebook and the website at 12:30 p.m. on Sundays.
You will receive a link to the live stream on the Prairie weekly e-newsletter for the Sunday service.
Prairie families, THIS IS BIG NEWS!!! Over the next 5 weeks we’re going to journey together and find out "Where in the World is God?" This is an amazing virtual experience that a former FUMC Children’s Minister put together and you’re NOT GOING TO WANT TO MISS IT! So, I've included your boarding passes and have everything ready for the first week! I can't wait to see "Where in the World God" is with you all! Ms. Stacy
Worksheets and experience click here.
Video for this week click here.
VBS 2020 COMPASSION CAMP
Ms. Stacy and Ms. Marjorie have VBS 2020 details for you on the FUMC facebook page!https://www.facebook.com/FirstUnitedMethodistChurchColoradoSprings/
REGISTER by WEDNESDAY, JULY 8!
REGISTER ONLINE: https://form.jotform.com/201736125229148
A NEW ANTI-RACISM DAY GROUP
Thursdays at 9:00 AM, starting June 25 by zoom (6-weeks)
Using the book, "Waking up White" by Debby Irving
This new day group will meet in lieu of the previous Sunday night group.
A zoom group led by Kymm Hockman and Steve Earnshaw. To sign up [email protected] or [email protected]
Waking Up White: And Finding Myself in the Story of Race - Irving's recollections of her experiences of being an American white woman and coming to terms with the complexity of race in the US.
“If I, a middle-aged white woman raised in the suburbs, can wake up to my whiteness, any white person can. Waking up white has been an unexpected journey that’s required me to dig back into childhood memories to recall when, how, and why I developed such distorted ideas about race, racism, and the dominant culture in which I soaked. Like the memoir by the guy who loses two hundred pounds or the woman who overcomes alcohol addiction, my story of transformation is an intimate one. In order to convey racism’s ability to shape beliefs, values, behaviors, and ideas, I share personal and often humiliating stories, as well as thoughts I spent decades not admitting, not even to myself. I invite you to use my story to uncover your own, so that you too can discover your power to make the world a more humane place to live, work, and thrive.” Debby Irving
OTHER ANTI-RACISM ZOOM GROUPS BEING OFFERED:
Thursday nights, 7-8:30 PM, starting June 25 – led by Becca Day and Steve Burnett, to sign up [email protected] or [email protected] A 6-week book group using, Waking Up White: And Finding Myself in the Story of Race, by Debby Irving.
Wednesday nights, 8-9 PM, led by Tim Founds and Cam Scott. Helpful for parents who can get their kids to bed and then participate, starting June 24, to sign up [email protected] or [email protected] A six-week book group, using How to be an Anti-Racist by Ibram X. Kendi.
Patty has a few copies of the books available. Waking up White - $20, How to be an Anti-Racist - $30. [email protected]
Mission & Values
A church isn’t a building, it’s a collection of people. We know that firsthand. We meet in a school. So, for us, church is definitely not about location. It’s about a people who gather in the midst of God’s love, which is present even in a school gym!
Our team, led by Rev. Patty Walker, is excited to lead this new campus into growing together and serve the community around us to show them the love of God.