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ECC Rocky Mountain Region
OUR 5 COLORADO COMMUNITIES

(in order of their founding or joining the ECC)

All are welcome!
Worship may be in-person, virtual, or a hybrid of the two, depending on county health guidelines;
follow links to church websites for details.

 


8811 E. Hampden Avenue, Suite 101, Denver CO 80321
Mass: 10am Sundays
Pastoral Team Lead: Dcn. Mike Weil
(303) 369-9000
admin@holyfamilyco.org
www.churchofholyfamily.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/HolyFamilyColoradoECC 

Mission Statement: The Church of the Holy Family strives to be an inclusive family in Christ celebrating our Catholic tradition in an atmosphere of acceptance and support; sharing ourselves and our gifts with each other and our community. We are committed to the spiritual formation of all members and welcome all those who desire a relationship with God.

ECC Church of the Holy Family, Denver CO

at Northglenn United Church of Christ
10500 Grant Drive, Northglenn CO 80233
Mass: Saturday 5pm
Pastor: Bishop Kae Madden
(303) 489-7046
MotherKae@churchofthebeloved-ecc.org
www.churchofthebeloved-ecc.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChurchOfTheBelovedECC

Mission Statement:  “To Love and Be Loved”  The Church of the Beloved is an inclusive independent Catholic Community, welcoming each and all as the Beloved of God.  We are ecumenical; we celebrate the rich heritage of Catholic spirituality while honoring all spiritual traditions.  We strive for justice and peace, and respond to the call of discipleship by loving deeply and rooting our lives in prayer and service. 

The core values of our community include Hospitality – welcoming all, Inclusivity, Forgiveness and reconciliation, Genuine caring for one another, Humor and Laughter, the Sacredness of Life, Community, Lay empowerment, a Catholic Sacramental Life and Honoring Tradition, and valuing Love over Law.

ECC Church of the Beloved, Northglenn CO
ECC Light of Christ Ecumenical Catholic Community, Longmont CO

at Bethlehem Lutheran
1000 West 15th Avenue, Longmont CO 80501
Mass: Saturday 5pm, Wednesday 9am
Pastor: Fr. Teri Harroun
(303) 772-3785
churchoffice@lightofchristecc.org
www.lightofchristecc.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/LOCLongmont

Mission Statement: Light of Christ Ecumenical Catholic Community is a vibrant, inclusive, and welcoming community for all who, following the teachings and example of Jesus Christ, seek compassion, justice, and peace in the world.  We seek to live our faith through liturgy and prayer, community building and collaboration, study and service.  

ECC Mary of Magdala Ecumenical Catholic Community, Fort Collins CO

part of 301 Faith Partners with Trinity Lutheran and St. Paul's Episcopal
301 East Stuart Street, Fort Collins CO 80525
Mass: Sunday 5pm
Co-pastor: Rev. Jane Reina
Co-pastor: Mother Rosean Amaral
(970) 493-9536
marymagdalafc@gmail.com
Website: www.marymagdalafc.org

Facebook: www.facebook.com/maryofmagdalaecc
Instagram: @marymagdalaeccfortcollins

Vision Statement: “With the heart and mind of Christ, we transform the world.” It’s a bold statement, and we believe it to be true. It is our north star and direct reference to Philippians 2:5, asking us to do more. “Let the same mind be in you that was in Christ Jesus.”  It is not just about honoring what he did and how he lived but rather a challenge for our path in this life.

​Mission Statement: Mary of Magdala is an inclusive, independent catholic community, welcoming each and all as the Beloved of God. We are ecumenical; we celebrate the rich heritage of catholic spirituality while honoring all spiritual traditions. We strive for justice and peace, and respond to the call of discipleship by loving deeply and rooting our lives in prayer and service.

ECC St. Paul Catholic Community of Faith, Denver CO

at Sixth Avenue United Church of Christ
3250 6th Avenue, Denver CO 80206
Mass: Saturday 4:30pm
Pastor: Fr. Don Sutton
(303) 813-1005
StPaulDenverECC@gmail.com
https://stpauldenverecc.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/stpauldenverecc

Vision and Mission:  As inspired by St. John XXIII and Vatican II, we strive to return to the simplicity of early Christianity. We aspire to be a community which  brings its members into a deeper relationship with God through their relationship with His Son, Jesus Christ and enables them to live joyfully in the freedom of God’s children; recognizes the dignity and integrity of its members as they live out their baptismal commitment on this journey of faith; honors the decisions made in faith and prayer which its members make, encouraging them to be adults before God and not children before the church; supports its members in times of struggle and distress and celebrates with them in times of joy; celebrates the diversity which exists in its midst and in the world; yearns for unity in the Body of Christ.

As the Body of Christ incarnate in this place, we commit to being "in the city for good" by partnering with the Colorado Council of Churches, our partners at 6thAveUCC, Capital Heights United Ministries and the Women's Homelessness Initiative.

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