Join Us for Worship

Sunday Service at 9:30am
In the Sanctuary
Followed by Aprés Jesus
In the Fellowship Hall

Office Hours
Monday through Thursday
10am to 2pm
Office is Closed on Fridays.

Scripture Readings

October 13, 2019
Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Scripture: Romans 10:9-13
Sermon: Jesus Saves! (And he’s not a goalie…) 
Hymns: See the Morning Sun Ascending (Tune: Unser Herrscher)
  To God Be the Glory (Tune: To God Be The Glory)
  Savior, Again to Thy Dear Name(Tune: Ellers)
Prelude: Air, César Franck
Offertory: Adagio from Fantasie, César Franck
Postlude: Sortie in D, César Franck


Birthdays/Anniversaries:
Let us know your special days so that we may celebrate with you.
Email: office@aspencommunitychurch.org

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.

Worship
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. Jerry Herships 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 Congregation
with a commitment to community and
outreach, a love of music, learning,
and traditional worship.

High Country Sinfonia

present works by

Bach, Elgar, and Debussy

Monday, October 21 at 7:00 PM 

The High Country Sinfonia is a small chamber string orchestra founded by Wendy Larson in 2015.  It is comprised of professional and semi-professional musicians in the Roaring Fork Valley. Our guest soloist is Rob Merritt playing Tommaso Albinoni’s Sonata in C for Solo Trumpet and Strings. We are also playing a very unique piece; Astor PIazzolla’s Oblivion arranged for four violas by Nancy Thomas.

Concerts are free and last about one hour.  Donations are appreciated and welcome.



Thank You, Jon Busch!

For an untold number of faithful years Jon Busch has been our Communion Steward and our Acolyte, as well as our organ curator and benefactor. And now the time has come for Jon to retire as our Communion Steward. Many thanks, Jon, for your years of faithful ministry!

Communion Steward

We are in need of someone to volunteer once a month, on the first Sunday of the month, to be Communion Steward. Contact Don Bird, Jon Busch, or the church office for details.

 

Organ 101 – I Didn’t Know That ….

Follow the link to find out more about our fabulous organ!

 

SOCK DRIVE!

Great news! Our sock drive is gaining momentum! Socks and checks keep arriving at the church! An overflowing container is set up in my office and for the next 12 weeks (until the Sunday before Christmas) we are collecting socks for our friends without homes. Plain cotton crew socks are best and can easily be ordered on Amazon. Size 6-12 works best. Feel free to bring them in any Sunday you show up for church, knowing you are helping keep someone warm this winter. (Socks are the least donated and most requested item.) The socks will be distributed thru us and various agencies. Can’t wait to watch our miracle occur as we get closer to seeing the miracle of Jesus’s birth! Get ready: Miracles are on the way! Pastor Jerry

Click here to purchase from Amazon.

Hurricane Relief

For those wishing to contribute to the hurricane relief effort, you may go to UMCOR.org or make a check out to the church with the memo designated to UMCOR. When you give to UMCOR, 100% goes to relief, nothing to administrative costs. 

 


Wesley Heritage Tour

Join Bishop Karen Oliveto on a Wesley Heritage Tour In England

April 13-21, 2020

www.eo.travel
Tour: HE20

Read More |Learn more about the Wesley Heritage Tour



Deep Peace Within - Among - Beyond
Five Day Academy for Spiritual Formation

The Mountain Sky Conference's Five-Day Academy for Spiritual Formation will be Sept. 29 to Oct. 4 at Flathead Lake United Methodist Camp in Montana. The Academy is a ministry of The Upper Room for all persons – lay and clergy, any denomination – who hunger for a deeper relationship with God. The theme for this Mountain Sky Five-Day Academy is Deep Peace: Within - Among - Beyond. Many of us long for peace in turbulent times. How can we embody peace - truly deep peace? Not the peace that comes through avoidance and separation, but an integrated sense of shalom – present to our own internal and external struggles. Come to the water's edge at Flathead Lake United Methodist Camp for five days of contemplative space and time to explore your soul's longing for deep peace. Our faculty will be Amy Oden and Hy Xuan Lee. The worship leader is Elise Eslinger. 

https://www.mtnskyumc.org/eventdetail/12793068


Partnering With Iliff for Fall Workshops

Don't miss out on this incredible series of workshops, available in-person and online, called "Shifting the Narrative: Vitality, Funding, and Ministry Context." Through our partnership, Mountain Sky Conference clergy and laity will receive 75 percent off of the registration cost! You will be able to subscribe to the entire series or for individual workshops. The value will be in having all of the course readings and recordings, whether you are able to participate fully or not. The online platform is called Canvas, and you will receive information when you register. Visit resource.Iliff.edu and use discount code MTNSKY2019 for 75 percent off the registration cost!