The PPMCC Membership Class will be held Saturday, December 1st, 1:00-3:00pm.
Come find out more about Pikes Peak Metropolitan Community Church, meet others from the church, and learn how you can become more connected to the community. (Attendance to the meeting does not require that you become a member of our church.)
Members officially join the church on Sunday, December 2nd. Please sign up on the back table in the sanctuary, e-mail Bea in the office, or call the church office at 719-634-3771 to register.
Join us on Sunday, March 18 after our worship service for a forum designed to collect feedback on Pikes Peak MCC’s updated Vision, Mission, and Values.
This forum will be conducted by our Board of Directors and will last about an hour. If you are unable to attend the forum please provide any comments you may have to one of our board members listed below.
Moderator of the Board: Jackie Grabbert
Vice Moderator: Jim (Hawk) Hawkins
Treasurer: Angie Hansis
Clerk: Jessica Kobylinski
Fundraiser Coordinator: Julia Wedemeyer
Member-at-Large: Lonna Thelen
Pastor: Rev. Alycia Erickson
Please convene in the sanctuary at 11:30 am.
Here is the updated vision, values, and mission. Vision:PPMCC exists to do justice, embrace God’s love for ALL, and to walk humbly with our God.
Spirituality: We support people on their journey to connect with God, and, as a church, we invite people to experience God through the life and teachings of Jesus.
Inclusion – Love is our greatest moral value and resisting exclusion is a primary focus of our ministry. We provide a community where everyone is included in the family of God and unconditionally welcomed at God’s table.
Community – Our deep desire is to offer a safe, compassionate, and open community for people to worship, learn, and grow in their faith. We are committed to equipping ourselves and each other to do the work that God has called us to do in the world.
Justice – We are committed to resisting the structures that oppress people and standing with those who suffer under the weight of oppressive systems.
Mission:PPMCC provides reconciliation, healing and hope for all people by:
Celebrating an inclusive spirituality that respects the diversity of all;
Experiencing God’s presence through authentic worship and meaningful relationships;
Fostering a culture that encourages outreach to our community; and by
Embodying the example of Christ by participating in justice work for the oppressed.
Mountains and Plains US Network within MCC is having their next gathering April 28-29, 3027 in Omaha, Nebraska. A Network gathering is an opportunity to gather with people in other MCC churches in our region to learn, worship, and have fun together. Make plans now to go to this Network Gathering!