This Week at Chapel of Our Saviour
June 3, 2018
Second Sunday After Pentecost
Holy Eucharist 7:30 am, 8:30 am, & 10:45 am

Be Moved With Us This Summer!
Free outdoor workouts for all ages and abilities
Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-5:30 
June 11th-27th.  

Chapel of Our Saviour is partnering with Flipshack and Progressive Fitness CrossFit to offer a Summer Movement Series for all ages and abilities.  Join us for fun and challenging workouts using only nature and urban landscapes. Instructors from Flipshack, Progressive Fitness CrossFit and Chapel of Our Saviour will support all ages and abilities through a variety of bodyweight exercises.  Children must be accompanied by an adult. 

If you have questions please be in touch with Krista Dias.  

Bring your friends! 

If you plan to join the fun, please RSVP to

NEW Chapel of Our Saviour Shirts!


Attending the Summer Movement Series? WEAR A CHAPEL SHIRT!


Not volunteering at Feast of Saint Arnold but attending? WEAR A CHAPEL SHIRT!


Ready to evangelize while at the grocery store?  WEAR A CHAPEL SHIRT!

These shirts are comfortable, stylish and a great way to spark  interest in others about the great things taking place at Chapel. Shirts will be available this 
Sunday after services

$18 each
Men's (M-XL)
Women's (S-XL)
Kids (YS-YL)

Scripture Readings for Sunday June 3

Music Offerings
June 3 - September 2
If you would like to sing a solo this summer, or play an instrument solo, please sign up on the bulletin board sheet found on the second floor of the church. Both 8:30 and 10:45 services are open. All are welcomed to participate

Loving Hands Ministry
Resumes September 8th
Loving Hands Ministry will not meet over the summer. 
Meetings will resume Saturday, September 8.

Come Visit the Garden
Sunday, June 10th after the 8:30 am & 10:45 am services
The Gardening Group is inviting everyone out to the gardens! Not to work, but to just come and enjoy them. Zinnias and Marigolds will be available to plant or take home. Hope to see you there! Contact: Debbie

Community of Hope drivers needed
Community of Hope members who are part of a transportation ministry and regularly drive some of Chapel's parishioners to church on Sunday. There is a growing need for transportation, so we have a great need for more drivers, especially in the 80904, 80906, and 80919 zip code areas. You do not have to be part of Community of Hope but some training will be necessary. Please call Jan Lundy, Cathy Sterling or Debbie Leisenring if you feel a nudge to join this very important and rewarding ministry.
If you would be willing to provide a meal, or part of a meal, to families experiencing illness, surgery or bereavement please let Betsi Fredrickson know at

Thursday Morning Eucharist -Saint Mary Chapel @ 7 am
Join us at every Thursday for Eucharist   followed by breakfast and lively conversation.
All are welcome!
Youth Christian Formation
Explore Camp
July 8-14
Rising 3-8th graders

Come explore the outdoors! Explore what it means to be a member of the Body of Christ. Explore Camp encourages kids to find their gifts by digging deeper into the environment around them. Kids experience traditional summer camp at its best: cabins and campfires; games and friendships; challenge courses, archery, and  outdoor learning.  Discover more about yourself, more about God, and more about the wonderful relationship that brings us all together.

Campers: Rising 3rd-8th graders
Cost: $450 (through April 30, then $500)
Junior and Senior Counselors in Training (CITs): ages 15-17
Cost: $250 (through April 30, then $275)

Denver JUICE (Justice: Urban Immersive Cooperative Experience)
July 22-27, 2018
For rising 6th graders and above

Our metro area churches are proud and excited to invite all middle and highschool youth (rising 6th graders with youth minister or clergy recommendation) to our capital to learn about poverty, homelessness, and injustice in our city. This experience will combine service and outreach with education and advocacy, and the YES leadership team is very excited to bring it to Episcopal youth in Colorado.

Focus: service/outreach and education/advocacy around poverty, homelessness, and injustice
Cost: $199/student (Adult leaders are covered in cost of trip.)

Please contact Krista or email for more information.

Weekly & Monthly Study Groups
Weekday Wednesday Bible Studies in the Parish House
7:00am  A study in Luke
9:45am Bible Study resumes 13 June, we will discuss 2 Peter and the Letter of Jude

Thursday Book Group (will not meet again until July 5)
10:00am  "God Of Love:  A Guide to the Heart of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam" 
by Mirabai Starr
Chapel Reading Guild: Third Tuesday of the Month at 6:30 pm in the Dining Room
June 12: "All the Light We Cannot See" by Anthony Doerr
July 10: "Historical Jesus" by Crossan
Service and Volunteer Opportunities
Visit the Outreach web page for more information or contact Mary Beth Shively, to discuss how you can help to make a difference in the liv
es of our less fortunate neighbors.
Outreach Meeting
You are all welcome to come to the next Outreach Committee meeting on Wednesday June 13 at 1:30 pm in the Dining Room of the Parish Hall. Please note the time change.

The Lord's Dinner
Can you c ome help prepare, serve, or clean up on Sunday, June 3?   Lord's Dinner is Chapel's opportunity to serve the homeless by preparing and serving a meal three times a ye ar. We meet at 4:00 pm at the parish hall behind Sacred Heart Church on the corner of West Colorado Avenue and 21st Street. We should be finished by around 7:30 p m. If you can only come for part of the time, that's fine too.  Contact Liz Nichol, (719) 578-9061, so she has a feel for how many cooks, servers and bottle-washers she'll have. Hope to hear from you!  Volunteers under 18 need to give Liz a signed release of liability form that can be downloaded at:  

Family Garden Fundraiser
Thank you to those who funded 3  shares in a family garden. Your generosity has enabled  several  families to  thrive over the long term.

B Street Food Pantry - 
*Starting this Sunday, we will have a new offering basket at the front of the church and ask that as the ushers collect the offering, you bring your donations up to the basket.*
    Lunch in a Jar
Summer is a particularly challenging time for our families l iv ing on the edge. Because kids are out of school, they don't get the school lunch. In 2016, in El Paso County, there were  24,579 children under age 18 living in families with incomes below the poverty level. (Source: Kid's Count Data Center.) Last year, Westside CARES fo od pantries served approximately 7,000 of these children. The red wagon will be just inside the main door of the Parish House and donations may always be dropped off there. Our ministry with West Side Cares and B Street Pantry continue to be a blessing to them and to us . If each family brings a jar this month, we can help many families with lunch this summer.  
  • for the first Sunday - fresh fruit and vegetables such as apples, carrots, and potatoes
  • for the remaining Sundays - bring a jar (peanut butter, jelly, etc.)
The Thrift House
Volunteers are needed to work at the Thrift House of the Episcopal Church located at 1027 S. Tejon Street during the first two weeks of the month. Chapel volunteers work with other Episcopal churches in the area to operate a retail store selling gently used items. Profits are distributed to churches based upon volunteer hours worked. The profits are then dispersed to numerous county, state, and global non-profit agencies. To volunteer, please contact    Also, donations and shoppers are greatly appreciated!
6th Annual Feast of Saint Arnold
Feast of Saint Arnold tickets are on sale at for $35. Get your tickets now and save!

If you would like more information please  contact Brian Bennett by email:   or by phone at:  719-231-4803.

Hours and Information
Parish Offices         Monday - Thursday, 8:30am-4:00pm
Senior Staff
The Reverend David Dill, Priest in Charge        
The Reverend Krista Dias, Associate Priest      
Bonnie Linder, Director of Music                        
Sarah FitzPatrick, Office Administrator              
Jack Sterling, Sr. Warden Cliff Wieger, Jr. Warden Barbara Lewis, Treasurer, 
Betsy VanderWerf, Clerk *  Tammy Boettner * Katherine Brennan George Hammond 
Sarah Hogan *  Patti Marrison * Miles Mathieu  Christine Owino Mary Beth Shively