To our Community:

After much input from our 301 Faith Partners ministry leaders, we have decided to hold our scheduled 5:00 pm Masses in person beginning June 6th (this Sunday) and provide Zoom for those who cannot attend in person.
We are offering just Bread for Communion, and requesting all to wear masks. We also ask that families maintain a 6 ft separation within the church. We can accommodate up to 50 people (a 301 Faith Partners decision.) No registration is needed.
How wonderful that we can be together and celebrate remotely! 'See' you Sunday!
June 6 Sunday Service
at 5:00 pm
**in Sanctuary and on Zoom **

 Why not call the moment of certainty, the fleeting moment
When everything that ever lived is right behind my pounding heart,
Why not call this moment: 
Beat-of-the-thousand-wings-of-God-inside-my-chest. . . .
Mark Nepoe

We are celebrating the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ on June 6 at 5:00 p.m. in the church and on Zoom. The presider is Father Teri Harroun with Co-Pastor Dcn Rosean Amaral assisting.
Lectors are Lynne Barnes and Pedro Engel. Bill Smith and choir will provide prayerful song. Here is the service document for you to print to assist with prayer.

Zoom Link via browser:
Zoom ID for Zoom App:
  • 431 502 8167
Call-in Audio Only:
  • +1 669 900 6833
Meeting ID:
  • 431 502 8167 #
Schedule of Upcoming Services
June 13 - 5:00 pm 12th Sunday in Ordinary time. 'Seeds of Faith, growing our faith, transformed by faith' Father Michael Nicosia will preside at Mass in the church and will be broadcasted live via Zoom

June 20 - 5:00 pm - 12th Sunday in Ordinary time. 'Be Still, my love, I am God.' Co-Pastor Jane Reina will preside. in the church and will be broadcasted live via Zoom
June 27 10:30 am via Zoom (zoom link TBD) No in-church service - 'Creation Care' 301 Faith Partners Shared Service. Co-Pastor Dcn. Rosean Amaral will give the homily.
Mary of Magdala, ECC Announcements
Call for Volunteers to Share Their Time and Talent - yes, we still have a need.

As we return to in person services while continuing our commitment to reach out to those who may not be able to attend in person, we are needing volunteers to help in the following areas.

Liturgical Assistance - Prepare for Sunday services by setting the altar, or baking bread and/or washing of altar linens.

Technologist - learn and assist with Zoom and audio-visual for in-person services.

Liturgy Planners - Assist with planning and creating the Sunday worship services.

Long-term Financial Planning - A subcommittee of the Leadership Council is being formed to address long-term financial goals.

'We need you! Where are you being called to serve?'
Communication Assistant - Assist with any of the daily and weekly communication via Constant Contact, periodic posting to social media Facebook, Twitter, and managing the Mary of Magdala website.

Lectors & Eucharistic ministers- to be a Sunday reader and/or support Sunday communion.

And not to mention musicians are always welcome to join or anyone interested in serving on the Leadership Council.

If you have interest or questions, please reach out via email at or via phone at 970-493-9536

From Your Finance Committee - Year End Financial Summary May 1, 2020 through April 30, 2021
Our fiscal year ended April 30th and like most organizations, it was difficult to estimate the financial impact of this past year.

It was decided early-on in the pandemic that we would use the previous year's budget and carefully watch our expenditures and income. We had heard that many churches' income was substantially impacted.

By end of year 2020 our income was on par with our significantly reduced expenditures - a blessing. We were able to accomplish this by the continued support from our generous community and by avoiding many costs such as; travel to the national synod, reduction in office, hospitality, and liturgy expenses.
The leadership council thought long and hard on how best approach our stewardship campaign to prepare for our coming year......

Thank you, thank you all!
We are so blessed to have so many of our members volunteer to help serve the families in the FHN program. We had a two week rotation this time, & almost every position was filled.

Unusually, we had few families to serve , but we wish to thank the following people who stepped up to volunteer👍: Anne Beavan & Ralph Dorland, Susan & Jim Berry, Becky & Matt Chavez, Jean & Tom Christen, Cindy & David Cloyd, Chris Gaebler, Lisa Jones, Sandra & Dick Life, Jodi Merrill, Lisa & Tom Moos, Jared Orsi, Joan & Bill Smith, Mary Vogl, Jim & Lynne Barnes. Muchas gracias, obrigada, merci beaucoup, danke, arigato❤️🙏

Lynne Barnes & Jean Christen
301 Faith Partners Announcements
Bike to Work (or Wherever) Day 2021
Wed., June 23rd
Every June, Colorado celebrates Bike Month and here in Fort Collins, we love anything that highlights and promotes people who ride bicycles. In 2021, we're back on track with Bike to Work (or Wherever) Day, planned for Wednesday, June 23, 2021.

Some have described this event as "Fort Collins' best holiday". Others love the celebration of people who ride bicycles.

301 Faith Partners will host a station. Helpers are needed for our station in back of TLC to setup and host. Stay as long as you like but coordination is needed. Ride your bike there as well. Good times! Contact David Cloyd at 970-227-0792. Free breakfast for bicyclists!

For more information on Bike to Work day in Fort Collins, click here
Nappie Wrap is here! - Sunday, Aug 1st
We invite all 301 faith partners to join us!

Did you enjoy the Nappie Wrap Sessions at church? Well here’s your chance to help the community during Covid! Trinity is hosting a wrap session on Sunday, August 1 at approximately 11 am.

Come join us! If you would like to add a donation, you could donate diapers (sizes 4-7), pull ups, GoodNites (overnight diapers), and/or diaper cream.
Vacation Bible School in June
The 301 Faith Partners are joining together to host River of Life VBS Monday, June 21-Thursday, June 24 from 9-11:30 am, children ages 4 through 6th grade are welcome (teens older than that are encouraged to help). $10/child or $20 max per family (scholarships available).
Register HERE.
Colorado Humanities Presents

Changing the Legacy of Race & Ethnicity: Whites and Racial Justice - July 15, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Plan to join our next conversation. Sign up here to attend. This series is free and will be broadcast live on YouTube and Facebook. Learn more
Prayer Requests and Service Recordings
Praying for peace, health and well-being through challenging times

+Sue Harari - friend of Cathy Engel
+Mary Detweiller - member
+Rob Frank - friend of Kerrie Anderson - member

+Jerry Padilla, father and Ryan Cordova nephew of Lisa Jones - member
+Aidan - grandson of Mother Kae.
+Lauren Roob - friend of Rosanna Bateman
+Liz and Ken Zornes and family, whose daughter is struggling with addiction - friends of Sandra and Dick Life

+Michael Keefe, son of member Yvonne Keefe
+Dona Bosse - member
+Rosemary - Fr Michael's mother
+Dani - niece of the Cloyds - members

In gratitude for all who pray for and with our community.

+Ruth Parker, sister of Dori Carroll
+Joanne Gallagher - member, and for her sister, Dr. Barbara Immroth
+Jim and Lucille Bowen friends of Suzanne King, member

+Leo Sixfather of Michael Six
+Mike Gudim
+Suzanne King - member

For the peaceful repose of souls for those who've passed and comfort for the families.
Mary Crosby - member
Clint Wisdom - brother-in-law of Joan Chapman-Smith
Leon - father of Mother Cynthia

Kristin - daughter of ECC priest Scott Jenkins.
Joan Kneeland - sister-in-law of Bill Kneeland
Rita Ortiz, friend of Deacon Rosean
Margie Weitz - member

Chris Bachman, friend of Lisa Jones
Bob, husband of Joyce Dehaven -
friend of Cathy Engel
David Heyman -member
Service Recordings
Here is the recording celebrating Holy Trinity Sunday on May 30th. The presider and homilist was Mother Kae Madden and her homily is available here. The service is also available in a printed version to assist with prayer.
For all bulletins, reflections, Sunday recordings during, visit our webpage. Please contact us with questions, concerns and ideas for better connection with and for the community -

Newsletters of Trinity Lutheran Church and the St. Paul's Episcopal  
What are our partners in ministry up to? Go here for the Trinity Lutheran Church monthly newsletter, "Tidings". And here is St Paul's weekly bulletin