Connecting now - Imagining our future

Conversation Prompt 4

By Diane Jameson
I wonder where you see God in the world?  How does that inspire you to imagine our future at St Andrew’s?

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Conversation Prompt 3

By Shawn Nowlan
What connections do you make at St. Andrew’s? 
And how do those connections help you discern new opportunities to find your ministry?

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Conversation Prompt 2

By Connie Klein
I wonder where you see the Spirit in action at St Andrew’s.  How does it inspire you to imagine our future?

How can we, as a spiritual community, continue to grow our roots and branches–nourish each other and extend ourselves to help others in need?

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Conversation Prompt 1

By Rick Larson
What human connection (such as a past connection, an ongoing connection, or a creative connection) at St. Andrew’s stands out in your mind? How does that connection inspire you to imagine our future?

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Annual Pledge Season 2021

Jesus knew human connections were important. The early church knew human connections were important, and now, centuries later and thousands of miles away, we still know human connections are important. During this time of COVID 19, with social distancing, self-quarantining, and widespread uncertainty, this very simple yet profound need for connection has become even more apparent. 

While we know the challenges of “Coronatide” will end, still we wonder, “What will our future look like?” If we see through the eyes of faith, can we imagine that, during this challenging time, God is making all things new?

Each autumn, we pause to consider and plan for the coming year in this community — the direction, and the resources to support that direction. This year, we want to focus on the human connections within our community, and how those connections can help lay the foundation for imagining our future. 

Over the next four weeks, parishioners will host a series of online written  conversations about human connections within the St. Andrew’s community, and how those connections influence the way they imagine our future. On Mondays and Fridays, you will receive a special email, with a conversation starter from the host, and an invitation to respond in writing by clicking a link. 

We look forward to these conversations and the unexpected gifts and insights they will bring. Connect with the conversation as we imagine our future!

Elizabeth P. Randall, Rector
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Denver
Stewardship, 2021

Download and Print form. Then Mail, and/or Scan and Email the form to the office (requested) by November 16, 2020. Form linked here.

Email to:

Mail to:

Attn: Stewardship 2021

2015 Glenarm Pl.

Denver, CO. 80205