Recap

During The 6:8 Project, we put faith into action with mercy and justice projects to make an impact in our communities and across the world.

Thank you for your support!
This past weekend we had 75 new volunteers sign up! We also heard updates on the Marshall Fire Kingdom Assignment, discovered what’s been happening with our Afghan families, supported local families struggling with food scarcity by collecting 3k pounds of food (across all campuses), and learned about current outreach serving opportunities at the 6:8 Serve Fair. Our Thornton and Erie campuses also saw the Filter of Hope demonstration! Reach out if you’re still interested in helping!

FOOD DRIVE

ALL CAMPUSES

Thank you! We collected over 3,000 pounds of food during the latest food drive!

6:8 SERVE FAIR

Thank you to the 75 new volunteers who signed up to help at the Serve Fair this year!
Our local partners in Boulder are the Safehouse, Habitat for Humanity, EFAA, Brookdale Assisted Living, Lamb’s Lunch, the Boulder Pregnancy Resource Center, Calvary’s Refugee Ministry, Compassion International, and University Hill Elementary School.

REFUGEE INFO MEETING

We are thrilled that over 30 people attended this information meeting! If you’d still like to help, email Jen Jones.

FILTER OF HOPE

June 3–10

The mission of Filter of Hope “is to change lives and create hope by providing clean drinking water and sharing the ‘living water’ of Jesus Christ with families worldwide.” This trip gives high school students an opportunity to meet a tangible need of clean drinking water and to share the good news of Jesus Christ.

KINGDOM ASSIGNMENT:
Marshall Fire Fund

The Kingdom life is meant to be shared with those who need it. In Matthew 5:14-16 Jesus tells us to let our good works shine before others so they can give God glory. Kingdom Assignments are a way for us to do good in our community so that people’s hearts can be opened to the Good News about Jesus.We have come alongside friends and neighbors who have suffered great loss due to the Marshall Fire. This has been a tangible way for you to remind people who have suffered great loss that you are with them, your church cares about them, and that God loves them.

The Prophet Micah tells us what good actions God desires; to DO justice, LOVE mercy and WALK humbly with Him. Why does this please Him? Because it reflects His character. Putting Micah 6:8 into action helps us discover God’s heart and our place in His good purposes.