Wednesday
Jun272012

Mill City Summer

Summer is here so that means it's time to enjoy the great Colorado outdoors...together!  There are several events and activities planned throughout the summer.  Whether you are up for frisbee at the park, a boat day at Horsetooth, a Rockies game in Denver or a hike in the mountains there is something for everyone. Stay posted to the Mill City blog for details and let's enjoy a Mill City summer!

Events will be removed after the date has passed.

 

MOVIE - BLUE LIKE JAZZ

WHEN: Thursday, July 12th at 7:30PM

WHERE: Lyric Cinema Cafe (300 E. Mountain Avenue)

Help get the film Blue Like Jazz, based on the best selling book by Donald Miller, a showing in Ft. Collins.  This film has been 4+ years in the making.  In 2010 production was put on hold indefinitely due to lack of funding. Fans of the best-selling book wouldn't have that, though.  Thousands of fans donated the necessary funds to make it a reality.

Tickets are $10 each. To find out more about this movie, watch the trailer check out the official Blue Like Jazz website here. For more information about Blue Like Jazz in Ft. Collins and to buy tickets click here.

If you have any questions email Daniel at: onelegendary1982@aol.com

 

SKYDIVING

WHEN: Saturday, July 21st

WHERE: Mile-Hi Skydiving in Longmont

Is skydiving on your bucket list? Why not check it off this summer? Cost is $200/person, but will go down depending on the number of people. To reserve your spot email Brandon at: bwribble@rams.colostate.edu

 

 

LONGS PEAK

WHEN: Friday, August 10th

Want to hike into the clouds? Climb Longs Peak and bag a 14er with Mill City this summer. The hike is nine miles each way and rated as moderate to difficult. We will meet in Fort Collins so we can coordinate parking and gear.  Email Nick at tompkins@millcitychurch.org for details.

Tuesday
Jun192012

Middle and High School Students: Desperation 2012

Attention all middle and high school students! At Mill City Church we believe it is vital that young people grow in their understanding of God and cultivate a passion to follow Jesus all of their lives.

As an investment to this end, Mill City is taking a group of students to the Desperation Conference in Colorado Springs, July 11-13. Desperation is a youth movement for local churches empowering the next generation to willingly spend their lives in desperate pursuit of God.  These two and a half days are packed full of times of worship, teaching, and prayer. Check out the Desperation website and the video below for an idea of what to expect.

The cost is only $65 for transportation, lodging, registration and meals. For more details email Grant and Carly Barron at: grantbarron@me.com  To register click here. You don't want to miss it!

Sunday
Jun102012

baby Dedication: Livingston Barron

Congratulations Grant and Carly! What beutiful daughter and what a privilege to be a part of her dedication!  We stand with you as you point her toward Jesus!

We dedicate babies out a heart of gratefulness to God, recognizing that children are a gift from Him, much like Hannah dedicated her son Samuel in I Samuel 1:26-28. Baby dedications happen at Mill City on the second Sunday of every month. To schedule a dedication email: tompkins@millcitychurch.org.

Photo by @codeysmith

Sunday
Jun102012

Baby Dedication: Will Chevalier

What a joy to dedicate Will to the Lord at Mill City. Mike and Virginia, we will continue to pray that he cultivates a passion for Jesus as you train him up in the way he should go.

We dedicate babies out a heart of gratefulness to God, recognizing that children are a gift from Him, much like Hannah dedicated her son Samuel in I Samuel 1:26-28. Baby dedications happen at Mill City on the second Sunday of every month. To schedule a dedication email: tompkins@millcitychurch.org.

Photo by @codeysmith

Saturday
Jun022012

Current Series: RECKLESS

If you grew up in church, you may have heard the Parable of the Prodigal Son quite a few times.  It is easy to take one angle on it and think we have seen it all.  But what if we look at it with fresh lenses?  Are there some things we have overlooked or only seen in 2D? Let's take a look at this story from a few different angles with the hopes that it comes alive in a new way...just like seeing something in 3D.

This story isn't only about one son who is lost and later comes home. This story is about several characters, and when Jesus tells the story his goal is that we would all find ourselves in the story.

Join us for a story about a dad and his sons like you have never heard before.