Located in the heart of Boulder, we are a vibrant, intergenerational, multicultural, theologically progressive Christian church. As a congregation of the United Church of Christ, we believe in a God who is “still speaking.” In other words, we trust, as our Pilgrim forbears prayed, that “there is yet more light and truth to break forth from God’s holy word.”
We celebrate our commitment to be a congregation living out faith as a journey, compassionate service, and inclusion of all. In our life together, through worship, learning, service, and care, our lives are formed and transformed as followers of Jesus. We listen for the movement of God’s Spirit in our midst as we endeavor to respond to God’s callings to do justice, show mercy, extend God’s radical welcome, and share God’s great love with the world.
One of our best gifts is the depth and expression of our care. Our welcome is warm and our joy is genuine. We support each other, learn from each other, enjoy each other, and are always looking for ways to extend our generosity and love to others.
Our life together is also formed and guided by six covenants we have adopted as a congregation:
We believe that God is too big to be fully comprehended, so we use language for God and humanity that is expansive and inclusive. Our worship is rich with metaphor and poetry.
We are concerned with overcoming violence and alleviating systemic injustice of all kinds as we seek to “do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with our God.” (Micah 6:8)
We care about the integrity of God’s creation and the well-being of all God’s creatures, seek to be wise stewards of the resources of the earth, and work to restore its balance and beauty.
We are a church open to and affirming of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities in membership and church leadership.
Extending God’s extravagant welcome to all people, we seek to understand, include, and empower people with all differing abilities and disabilities, apparent or unapparent.
We Welcome, Include, Support, and are Engaged in mental health ministries.