Join Us for Worship at 9:30 a.m.
on Sundays in the Sanctuary


Scripture Readings

May 24, 2015
Acts 2:1-21;
John:16:4b-15
Sermon: Happy Birthday

May 31
Isaiah 6:1-8;
John 3:1-17




Pastor Mike’s Previous Sermons

In case you missed them, here's the link to
Mike's previous sermons.

 


A Church for the Community

A gathering place for musicians to rehearse and perform, groups to meet, yoga, AA and NA meetings and a place for those needing to find support. See our calendar of events.

Contact the Church and Rev. Mike Nickerson at 970.925.1571

 


 

A Church Rich with History

Fourth-generation Aspen resident, Tony Vagneur was baptised at the church as was his father. Mary and Jim Hayes were married here 58 years ago. Recognizing the outstanding acoustics of the sanctuary, John Denver and the Dickens Carolers recorded their Christmas album here. For so many Aspen families, the Community Church has been a special place to worship, celebrate and grow in faith. Read about our history.

 

Welcome to Aspen Community Church

A Progressive United Methodist Congregation
with a commitment to community and outreach, and a love of music, learning, and worship

Upcoming Events


All Church Potluck Dinner

Thursday, May 28 at 6;00pm
Please sign up to bring a dish and bring a friend. 970.925.1571


Roaring Fork Chamber Players Concert

Monday, June 8 at 6:30PM

Admission is free but donations gratefully accepted

 



 

Easter 2015 at the Aspen Community Church

 

Church Council Approves Planning Process

At our April 14th meeting, the Church Council approved the launching of a strategic planning process to help us focus the direction for the future of Aspen Community Church. This process will consist of four parts.

1.  Several focus groups of four to eight people will come together in various member’s homes to come up with ideas and visions for the future of ACC.  Some of these groups will meet during the summer so our seasonal members can contribute to the process.

2.  After the groups have completed their discussions, sometime mid to late summer,  a church wide meeting will be held to bring together all ideas and information generated by the focus groups and select potential priorities for the ministries and growth of our congregation.

3.  Priorities will then be assessed and evaluated by way of a questionnaire sent out to members and constituents of ACC.

4.  The returned questionnaires will be tallied and results presented to another church wide meeting for a final structuring of a plan that will most effectively focus our resources toward growth and ministry priorities.

The church council would welcome any comments on the process and anyone who would like to volunteer to host one of the focus groups.

Grace and peace,

Pastor Mike