Join Us for Worship

Sunday Service at 9:30am
in the Sanctuary

Childcare Provided

Office Hours
10am to 2pm
Office is Closed on Fridays

Scripture Readings

July 22, 2018
9th Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: Mark 6:30-34, 53-56:
Sermon: Our Times, Our Lives

July 29, 2018
10th Sunday after Pentecost

Scripture: Ephesians 3:1-12
Sermon: A Place for Foreigners

July 22, 2018
9th Sunday after Pentecost

Psalm 89:1-4
Scripture: Mark 6:30:-34, 45-56
Hymns: It Is Well with My Soul; Sweet, Sweet Spirit; Lord of All Hopefulness
Prelude: Fantasia by Johann Pachelbel
Anthem: I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say, Tune: Kingsford, arr. Lloyd Larson
Postlude: Choral Song, S. S. Wesley

Let us know your special days so that we may celebrate with you.

Worship Liturgist
Are you comfortable reading in public? Will you consider being a liturgist for our worship service on Sunday mornings? Sign up during Fellowship Hour after the service.

Fellowship Host
Every Sunday we have light refreshments after the service. Would you be willing to provide some finger foods or sweets? Nothing elaborate is necessary. All will be greatly appreciated. Sign up during Fellowship Hour after the service.

Want to get our E-Newlsetter?
Give the church office your email address. It’s that simple.

Have A Favorite Hymn?
Contact the church office to program your favorite hymn in a service. Hymns need to be found in the red United Methodist Hymnal or the black In Faith We Sing hymnal.

Large print hymnals are available and located by the sanctuary doors.


A Church for the World

The Aspen Community Church’s outreach and work in Kenya is now in its eighth year – an amazing effort in partnership with other churches and Rotary International – currently providing clean water to thousands of students and teachers at more than 40 schools. Read about Kenya PEAK.



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

The Aspen Community Church building was built in 1890 and has been the home of a Presbyterian congregation, then a federated congregation in the 20’s and became a Methodist congregation in the 30’s.  It has served many generations of people in Aspen.

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, a love of music, learning,
and worship.


Make ACC Be Debt Free

A capital campaign is underway to eliminate the outstanding debt and provide a maintenance fund for the parsonage. The goal is $250,000 which will pay off the $200,000 loan and raise $50,000 for maintenance. We have received pledges and gifts totally $203,600 and only need $46,400 to reach our goal. All pledges and gifts are welcome, no matter how small. Feel free to contact Pastor Mike with any questions  Pledge cards are available in the narthex. Thank you for your help.

The Science of Music

Science of Music returns for a third season for the summer of 2018! Join us for these fascinating explorations of the intersection between music and science, moderated by Alan Fletcher, CEO & President of Aspen Music Festival and School. All lectures are held at Aspen Community Church from 5-6:30pm.

Thursday, July 26th: The Science of Acoustical Design, exploring how architects, acoustical engineers, and artistic directors work together to design concert halls with accurate and stunning acoustics. With Aspen architect Harry Teague and acoustical designer Larry Kirkegaard of Kirkegaard Associates, who worked together to design AMFS venues like the Benedict Music Tent, Harris Hall and the Bucksbaum Campus.

Thursday, August 2nd: Musics of Memory, a new work by Bruce Adolphe, Composer-in-Residence at the Braine and Creativity Institute (USC), explores the connection between music and how memory works. Following the performance, there will be a discussion of music and memory with Adolphe and neuroscientist Assal Habibi.

Thursday, August 9th: The Science of Percussion, featuring Cynthia Yeh, Principal Percussionist for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, continues our investigation of the science behind how musical instruments work.


Aspen Music Festival Spotlight Concerts

Concerts run thru August 18 and are held on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays  at 12:30pm. Concerts are free and open to the public.


For more information, please go to our Outreach/Mission page.