Join Us for Worship
Sundays at 9:30 am
in the Sanctuary

Professional Childcare Provided

Office Hours
10:00am-2:00pm Monday-Thursday


Office Closures:

Monday, 8/28 (Church Administrator Vacation) and Monday, 9/4 (Labor Day).


Contact the church office to give us our special days so we can celebrate with you!

Liturgical Fellowship:

Please sign up to be a liturgist or fellowship host. Sign up sheet is in the hall downstairs.

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 Bulletins & Hymnals
Large print bulletins and hymnals are located by the sanctuary doors.


Scripture Readings  

August 20, 2017 / 11th Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture: Genesis 45:1-15; Matthew 15L10-20)21-28
Sermon: Undeserved Blessings

August 27, 2017 / 12th Sunday After Pentecost
Scriptures: Romans 12:1–8; Matthew 16:13–20
Sermon: Transformation and Unity

September 3, 2017/ 13th Sunday After Pentecost
Scriptures: Romans 12:9–21; Matthew 16:21–28
Sermon: Paul’s Guide to Living Well 

September 10, 2017/ 14th Sunday After Pentecost
Scriptures: Matthew 18:15–20
Sermon: Family Practices

September 17, 2017/ 15th Sunday After Pentecost
Scriptures: Exodus 14:19–31; 15:1b-11, 20–21,  Matthew 18:21–35
Sermon: Between the Sea and a Hard Place


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.

Coming Up at Aspen Community Church

Stewardship Campaign
Sunday, August 20, we launch our annual Stewardship Campaign. There are personalized packets for you to pick up from the credenza downstairs during fellowship hour. After completing your white pledge card, please bring or mail it to the church on or before Sunday, September 24, when we will dedicate the pledges received. All pledge packets not picked up before Tuesday, September 5, will be mailed out. More information is included in your pledge packet.

Music Ministry

Summers at ACC!
Sunday, August 20 – Chancel Choir offers Ruth Elain Schram’s The Lone, Wild Bird

Chancel Choir
Choir rehearsals are held on Sunday mornings at 8:30am downstairs. No need to read music, just a love of singing. If you are interested in joining the choir, please email Dory Light at

Piano Upgrade
Work has begun to upgrade our fine 1924 Steinway piano. Come to church on Sunday, August 27 and hear what a difference your generosity has made to our music program.

Outreach / Missions

At our August church council meeting we moved forward in supporting international missions.

We voted to put $275 in the budget for this year for our Kenya project. Up until this point all the project has been funded only by special appeals. This is a very small  portion of we have what we have raised to bring clean water, hygiene and education programs to Kenya, but it symbolize the importance church council places upon this ministry. You can learn more about our Kenya PEAK project under the Outreach tab on our web page (

We also voted to begin supporting Paul Jeffrey, a missionary of the United Methodist Church. Paul is a photojournalist who does stories about missions around the world. He has received many awards for his work and continues to bring stories of mission and hope to us all.  His bio is on our web page under missions.  The General Board of Global Ministries has a program that allows small churches to participate by sponsoring missionaries through pledging five dollars per member per year.  This means we pledged $275 for this year. You can find his bio under the Outreach / Missions

While small in amount these two actions symbolize our desire to be in mission around the world.  We do hope to be able to expand these amounts in the future.

In the Community

St. Mary to Worship at Aspen Community Church

St. Mary Catholic Church continues to worship at Aspen Community Church while their church is being renovated. An additional service has been added on Sunday afternoons. Services are: Saturdays at 5:30pm and  Sundays at 7:30am, 11am, and 5pm. We are excited to be providing hospitality during their transition!