Operation Declutter! Your Sacred Space needs your help!
On Saturday April 17, we will begin in the Community Room to go through the contents of closets, cabinets, drawers, etc., disposing of items no longer useful to Cameron and its ministries, and staging others for review. The appropriate persons will determine their importance to Cameron and all will be stored appropriately to make our space more inviting than ever! Please click hereto sign up! Many hands make light work!
Do you have any visions for Cameron into the future? Contact any member of the Cameron Today4Tomorrow team: Pastor Jackson, Pastor Denise, Rev. Jeremy, Mary Strizek, Jason Bell, Mike Hyman, Mary Jane McCormick, Catherine Teutsch. Thoughts/ideas about re-entry? Contact Mary Strizek, Emily Ward, or Eric Robinson.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for AfterHours! We hope you can make some time to help with our monthly mission, preparing sack lunches to serve to the homeless in Civic Center Park on Saturday, April 17! If you have not yet participated in AfterHours, this is an enriching experience and an opportunity to spend some time with each other. Sign up here to donate food supplies and prepare sack lunches! Click here for more information.
Lenten Book Study: Thank you to everyone who participated in the Lenten book study of My Grandmother's Hands, led by Rev. Denise and Debbie. We closed out our study with participants sharing photos or art they created in response to the question, "In light of this book study, what does race mean to me today?" It was a meaningful and challenging series of discussions.
We don’t want the conversation to stop, so beginning on Wednesday, April 21 we will begin a book review/study on a novel. Watch for further details. For more information, click here. the Zoom link is on the Cameron calendar.
Good Trouble at Cameron is our commitment to advocacy and action to ensure that every human being enjoys the basic human rights of equality, justice, equity and dignity. If you would like to join us and participate in the direction and definition of our work, please contact Good Trouble at Cameron. For community and anti-racism resources, click here.
Fun and Games: On April 19 at 7 p.m. We will be asking the question "Do You Have.....?" For example:
Do you have something that symbolizes what you will do when COVID is under control?
Do you have something you collect? Show us.
Do you have something from high school that is significant to you?
Do you have a picture that has significant meaning to you?
It will be a fun time sharing, and learning about one another while enjoying our time together. The Zoom link is on the Cameron calendar. Our goal is to build community, laugh, have fun and enjoy each other's company. We meet the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome!
The Spirit and Soul Care Team at Cameron continues to pray for each person who is part of the Cameron Community. We will be planning some social times in the weeks and months to come to offer a venue for sharing how re-entry into society is working for you. From recent news reports, we have learned that some folks (especially introverts) may be struggling with this. Any member of the Spirit and Soul Care Team is ready with a listening ear. Peace and Love, Pastor Denise, Mary Jane McCormick, Marti Davidson, and Kim Creadick. To connect or get information, click here.
FYI:Our teens between sixth and twelfth grades are always invited. The focus of FYI is to provide a time to connect and build community. Contact Pastor Denise for more information. April 11 and 25 at 2 p.m.
Sunday School:Sundays at 8:15 a.m. All children are welcome. Click here.
Guild for Sacred Studies: Join us for our monthly meeting on April 12 at 7 p.m. Contact Mary Jane for more information.
King Soopers Loyalty Cards work! If you haven’t already linked your King Soopers loyalty card to Cameron Church, sign up here. Every little bit helps!
Cameron Choir:Thursdays at 7:15 p.m., currently paused.
What is a Cameron Trustee? This important committee is responsible for every aspect of our Sacred Space, from changing light bulbs to coordinating roof repairs. When we resume in-person worship we will have a lot of opportunities to support online worship! There is a LOT going on! If any of this sounds like you can lend a hand or have expertise, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more and join the team!
Cameron Strong: I Can See Clearly Now
Cameron Church is open to all who wish to worship.
Every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. www.CameronChurch.org
Sunday School provided for Toddlers, Children and Teens