One Colorado’s “We Are Colorado” Tour Stop in Colorado Springs

One Colorado Tue, Jan 31, 2017
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
We Are One Colorado Tour: Colorado Springs
Starting on January 26th and continuing through March, One Colorado is bringing their “We Are One Colorado” tour to 13 cities across the state to talk about how to build on — and protect — victories and continue to advance equality for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Coloradans and their families. One Colorado will also present the findings of their statewide LGBTQ needs assessment that was conducted in 2016.

For more information, check out their website. 

What: We Are One Colorado Tour – Colorado Springs

Where: Pikes Peak Metropolitan Community Church | 1102 S. 21st St. |  Colorado Springs, CO 80904

When: Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 6 – 7:30 pm.

Worship Series: Jesus’ Happiness Project

Just as Jesus called the first disciples to follow him, we are invited to be followers of “The Way.” In what’s known as the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus offers first a glimpse of the promise of life with God. As anyone who attempts the journey knows, it is never as simple as it seems. So after sharing the hope of what the world can be, Jesus offers practical advice on how exactly we as followers can begin to choose another way in our everyday lives–the way of happiness.

Sundays at 10 am
January 22 – February 26

Becoming An Ally

Saturday, February 4
10 am – Noon
Pikes Peak Metropolitan Community Church
Free & open to the public

This session will be a conversation about prejudice, white privilege, and anti-racism work. This session is about what it means to become an ally (ally as a verb, not a noun) with people of color and standing against racism. We will explore these ideas:

  • What are microaggresions?
  • What does it mean to stand in solidarity with people of color?
  • What spiritual practices can support the journey of becoming an ally?

While this conversation is especially helpful for people
who identify as white, anyone is welcome to attend.
Facilitated by Rev. Alycia Erickson