Family Promise Holiday Gift Drive~ thru Sunday, December 2nd
We are participating in the annual Family Promise Holiday Gift Drive by providing gifts for 3 of families who are currently experiencing homlessness. If you are interested in supporting a family with gift donations, please stop by the F.P. Christmas tree in the sanctuary lobby. The donor is asked to purchase 1 gift per adult, 2 gifts per child and one $25 family gift card. Each gift should be in the $15-20 range. The wish list provided is a guide with suggestions.
Please do not wrap the gifts. Label the bag of gifts and return to USCD by Sunday, December 2nd. Consider teaming up with someone to share in gift giving for a family! Thank you!
Child Rescue Foundation ~ “Santa’s Corner”~ thru Sunday, December 9th
Once again this holiday season, we are teaming with Child Rescue Foundation & Denver Human Service sto participate in “Santa’s Corner”. This program will bring Christmas magic to metro Denver children in crisis by providing a gift of $25 or less. Our display will be in the sanctuary lobby. If you would like to participate, stop by and pick up a child’s name and “wish gift list”.
Please return the wrap
ped gift, including a tag with the child’s name and counselor’s name, by Sunday, December 9th to the box in the Children’s Garden.
Click below to watch the video shot at Unity Spiritual Center Denver about our partnership with Family Promise of Greater Denver.
Questions? Contact any three of our volunteer coordinators:
Last Saturday of the month. ** WILL NOT MEET IN AUGUST, SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER**
"What you do to the least of them you do to me." - Jesus
The purpose of the Feed the Homeless project is to give those less fortunate food for the body and to help feed their souls by seeing in them what God already sees—a beautiful worthy human being. The group usually meets the last Saturday* of every month at 9 a.m. at the church to prepare sandwiches and put together toiletry bags. Everyone is invited to help prepare food, donate items or money to prepare, and/or come downtown to help distribute the items. Any help given is always appreciated.
Our welcoming system is more than a program, it is a consciousness that is held within our entire spiritual community! Serving as a welcoming greeter on Sunday mornings is also an easy way to get to know others in our community.