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Castle Rock FUMC Worship Info for 6.9.24

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8:30 a.m. Outdoor Chapel

10. a.m. Modern Service

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Liturgical Sunday:4thSunday After Pentecost

Liturgical Color: Red

Sermon Title: The Feeding and the Seeing

Scripture Reading: mark 8 & 10

Preaching: Josh Hay and Mission Trip members

View the Gospel of Mark Reading Plan for the next month here

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Daily Scripture Readings

For the next month read along with us the

Gospel of Mark.

June 10th: 8-9:1

June 11th: 9:2-29

June 12th: 9:30-50

June 13th: 10:1-34

June 14th: 10:34-52

Quote & Prayer of the Week

Everyone holds the possibility of being a teacher;

everyone can also be a student.~ Amy Jill Levine

Dear Lord,

Like Bartimaeus, I cry out to you, "Jesus, Son of David,

have mercy on me!" (Mark 10:47). Open my eyes to see

your presence in the world around me. Grant me the faith

to trust in your healing touch, both physically and




Loving God we lift up to you…

The United Methodist Church

Mountain Sky Annual Conference

Our Pastors and Staff

Little Blessings Families

Conflict in the Middle East

Jan and Bud Richter

Kathy Spackman neighbor of Julie and George Curran

Sid Jordan, brother-in-law to Julie Bailey

Leona and Garrett Mathes, sister and brother-in-law to Chuck Bailey

Tom Johnson

Velva Baines

Maxine Ferguson

Connie Williams, mother of Chris Sorah mother in-law of Kari Sorah

Connie Berry, cousin of Denny Pottenger

Bess Christianson, mother of Chip Christianson

Anne Shuman

Barbra McMinn aunt of Cheryl Smith

Griffn Hammel, Great Grandson of Sarah McAneny

The family of Shelly Heredia

The family of Ty Burgess

Family of Doug Conrad

Family of Phil Ferguson

 Keep up with the 150th events here: 

6/13: Leah Circle UWF lunch in the park on Plum Creek Parkway, 11:30 am 

6/20-23rd Mountain Sky Annual Conference

6/22: All-church Service Project for Help and Hope Food Pantry, 9-3 pm

6/29: Celebration of Life for  Lois Burgener at 11 am in the Sanctuary 

7/3 Celebration of Life for Phil Ferguson

7/7: Sesquicentennial “Old Time Ice Cream Social”; 11 am  lunch with ice cream, games and other activities following

7/17: Celebration of Life for Betty Grant, 11 am in the Sanctuary

7/28 8:30 a.m. Outdoor Chapel 10 a.m. Brunch Church 

8/25, Sesquicentennial Special Worship Service celebrating FUMC 150th Year in Castle Rock

9/1 8:30 a.m. Blessing of Animals 10 a.m. Brunch Church 

9/8: 9 a.m. Modern Service 10:45 a.m. Traditional Service 

9/22: Paul's Mystery Ship Walk 1:30 p.m;


Pledge Cards: Please return your pledge cards to the office ASAP this will help us craft a budget for 2024-2025 Program year. You can find the cards on the registration desk in the sanctuary. You can also email Theresa your commitment for the year as well. 


Tuesday Morning Bible Study will begin a 10-week study of the book of Romans on April 16, meeting from 9:30 - 11 am in the church library.


Contemporary Bible Study Group: Next Book: Amy-Jill Levine’s The Gospel of Mark: A Beginners Guide to the Good News gathers.

In-person on Mondays from April 15, 2024 to May 20, 2024; 6:30PM to 8:30;

Zoom Sessions meet on Fridays from April 19, 2024  to May 24, 2024; 6:30PM to 8:30PM

Save-the-Date — Saturday, June 22 for our all-Church Food Drive for Help and Hope. There will be a sign-up sheet for volunteers to help collect food at 3 different King Soopers locations. More complete details will appear in the May and June newsletters. Chairperson Phyllis Tumey ( will graciously answer any questions you may have.

Sesquicentennial Teeshirt Orders: If you ordered teeshirts on History Night (April 17), either in person or via email, they will be ready for pickup on Sunday, June 2 between services. Joyce Morales-Caramella asks that you have your payment ready (cash or check). If you have already received your teeshirt but have yet to pay for it, please do so on Sunday, June 2. If you missed ordering one, when we have an order for ten more, we’ll place an additional order this summer.

Ice Cream, Ice Cream! We all scream for ice cream! Do you have an ice cream-making machine and would you be willing to donate your time, talent, and ingredients to preparing ice cream for our July 7 Old Time Ice Cream Social? Please sign up at the welcome center if you can help. If you have questions, see our ice cream social chairs, Lisa Andrews and Rose Andrade.


Print Copies of the Church Newsletter. If you would like a print copy of the monthly newsletter reserved for you, please let Julie Bailey ( know so you can be added to the list. These copies will have your name on them and be available for pick-up in the church office. A few more will be available for our guests at the Welcome Center.

Paul's Mystery Ship The Church has done a great job of supporting Paul’s Mystery Ship over the past years. Here are some events to take note of. 

·       Picklepalooza Rally Against ALS: Pickleball Tournament Sat., June 8th from 7-1 p.m.

·       September 22, 2024 @ 1:30 p.m. Walk starts/Ends @ 105 W. Brewing Co.

for more info about Paul’s Mystery Ship go to


Support the Youth on the Mission Trip 

We are inching closer to departing to Puerto Rico don't forget to support the youth's fund drive they have opportunities to buy dinner, and help pay for transportation or other items that will be needed on the trip. You connect with Josh Hay to find out what the needs are. You can email him at


Quilts and Old Photos: Do you have old family photos or an heirloom quilt you’d like to have on display as we celebrate our Sesquicentennial in August? The kiosk at the back of the church already contains photos from previous historical celebrations, but we’ll be adding more as we move through the summer months. We’ll make copies of these precious photos and return them to you. See Linda Pottenger or Julie Bailey for more details. Your ancestors may not have settled in Douglas County before or since statehood, but their lives somehow initiated your journey to our church.


Fun with Music: Summer Pop-Up Choir: During the traditional services at 8:30 am this summer, you’re invited to “pop in” at 8 am in the choir room to run through the hymns before the service begins. It’s going to be a fun summer of sweet and simple old hymns.  If you’re a musician/singer who would like to share your talent in a solo or duet, please let Nancy Docksey or Rev. Matt know ahead of time.


Kitchen Clean Up: 

Please make sure if use the kitchen you clean the kitchen. We. have had a few issues lately where things have not been left as clean as they should be.

Where do you want to Serve? We are searching for people to help in the following areas. 

  • Outdoor Chapel Setup and Tear-down

  • Ushers (fill-ins needed)

  • Mowing the Church property. 

  • Driving Golf Cart for Outdoor Chapel  

If you are interested in any of these please let Pastor Matt know. He is willing to train.

What About the General Conference?

This website has a good list of what passed and when it goes into effect. I will host a Zoom meeting on June 26th at 6 p.m. 



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