Reflections & Program Notes

For further details & any questions on the Program’s below,
please give me a call or send me an email:
Steve Walden
303-989-3727 (x203)

The point of a faith community is not to think alike,
but to think together.


Thank you to those who joined in Dining Out for Life,
supporting Project Angel Heart.

This year, at restaurants across the Metro-area, enough funds were generated to provide 39,000 medically tailored meals to individuals facing serious medical challenges. Thank you for adding GMUMC’s support to this exceptional organization.


The Lopsided Labyrinth Coffee & Tea Club

Sunday’s, 9:00 a.m., Room #403

Starting in June: The Faith to Face Consequences:

Series #1 – Conflict & Climate

 The Lopsided Labyrinth coffee jar $$$ benefits the SEED/NarSarah Clinic in Sierra Leone…
to date = $2,978.


 Summer Creation Celebration Outings…

June 7th; 5-8 p.m.

Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design 1600 Pierce Street

Consider joining in this evening to explore the local talent found in the galleries of one of Colorado’s finest arts education institutions. Please note: Some walking and stairs on visit. See me or the program table to register and obtain time & car pool information.


9th Annual Jefferson County

Senior Law Day

Saturday, June 1st, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Registration & Check in begins at 7 a.m.
Jefferson County Administration Building – 100 Jefferson County Parkway, Golden.

For additional information, please see the fliers on the Program Tables, or ask me.


Society for the Advancement
of the Human Attention Span

Taking a Trashy Beach Read Sabbatical – will return in September.

For those interested in this evolving book group…please see me.


 The Shared Journey

…an evolving, supportive community for those that share
the daily challenges of facing the diagnosis of dementia –
as individuals, families, and caring friends.

 All are welcome!
Please consider joining the SJ Support Group for their next meeting:

Wednesday, June 19th, 1:30 p.m., Room #403

SJ is an ever-evolving, supportive, community for those that share the daily challenges of facing the diagnosis of dementia – as caregivers, families, and caring friends. All welcome!



 Church of The Apocalyptic Optimists

An ongoing effort to invest in people and ideas, via an organization called Kiva and the tool of the micro-loan. We currently have 27 members from all faith backgrounds. For information on this playfully-named, nobly-aimed concept please see me.

As of May 20th:
Loan #: 1,117
Total: $30,025


   An Idea Without a Name…yet…

(currently waiting on a new entry, in our area, into the growing “Food Hall” market for our initial “base of food, drink, and conversation”)

The group for those that don’t join church groups…

Does your world view not fit easily into a “faith tradition”?  Does your body resist parallel parking in a pew?  Is the most comforting sign you’ve seen in a church say, “Emergency Exit”?   Is the only “spiritual label” that speaks to your heart & mind, “none-of-the-above”?  You’re not alone — in fact, you may be part of the fastest growing “tradition-less tradition” of the current age.

What exactly is “this”— honestly, we’re figuring that out — together — but it’s not a “church idea,” a clever ruse…it’s no evangelical Trojan Horse.  It’s also not anti-faith, or anti-anything that has the power to make our lives, or our world, a better place.  But we are pro-curiosity, creativity, learning, humor, asking big questions, living without firm answers, and otherwise exploring what it means to be a decent human being.

A life of purpose and meaning does not require a church membership.  Period.  But a community can make our life journey a bit gentler along the blue-sky vistas and mud-filled pot holes.  If you’re looking for fellow travelers, feel free to learn more about an evolving idea without a label.

For information, please see Steve Walden



Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m.

This class uses a traditional, thought-provoking,
Sunday School curriculum to discuss faith and life.


Tuesday Morning Bible Study

Tuesday mornings at 10:30 a.m.

A low-stress Bible Study class, with no homework required.  This group reads scripture together, and discusses the passages openly.  The group shares the rich resources of study Bible notes, and personal experience.  Does not meet in the Summer.  Will resume in the Fall.  Led by the Minister.


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