February 7, 2021
A Weekly Newsletter from Pine Street Church
A Word from Andrew... Thank You, Ash Wednesday, and Today's Chapel Edition Worship Video on YouTube Premiere (10am MST).
Dear PSC Members and Friends, 

The late great theologian and civil rights leader Howard Thurman famously wrote, "Don't as what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and go do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive."

There was abundant aliveness at our Annual Meeting last Sunday. Thank you to all who joined us to celebrate the past year and to look ahead to this year with a feeling of joy and hope. We are coming alive through the vital mission and ministry we share together. I am exceedingly grateful for all of you.

Ash Wednesday is coming up on February 17. We will have two video worship opportunities--one at Noon and one at 6pm. This will be a joint service, as we will be joined by our friends from All Souls Church.

I invite you to check out our newly refreshed website ( with our new messaging and engagement campaign that many of you saw previewed at our Annual Meeting. There will be more content added in the coming days, including a Membership Portal. We celebrate this new-look website along with the increased capacity to connect with newcomers.

Be sure to join us this morning for worship and connection at 10am on our YouTubeChannel. You are welcomed to grab your favorite coffee or tea and hop on earlier to "live chat" with your fellow Pine-heads.

Finally, (say it with me now): Please watch (and share!) today's video worship link and be sure to subscribe to the PSC YouTube channel.

*Note: As always, please be sure to share Hyphenated Life podcast episodes AND this morning's Sunday worship video with your friends and on your social media channels.

Sharing is caring! If you don't wish to share, please like or comment on any social media posts sent out by Hyphenated Life, Pine Street Church, AND our Off Broadway Preschool on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

With heart,
In Case You Missed It

You can download a digital copy of the Annual Report Below.
Season Two launches Thursday February 11th!

Did you miss an episode? Catch up with all of Season 1 at
Hyphenated Life Podcast is a production and ministry of Pine Street Church that explores topics at the intersection of spirituality and culture through the perspectives of faith, art, music, theology, politics, and adventurous conversation.

You can listen wherever you get your podcasts as well as on the Hyphenated Life website HERE.
A celebration of love & friendship hosted by
American Baptist Women’s Ministries - Pine Street Church
Sunday, February 14, 2021,  
1:30 - 3 PM

Join us for:
Anniversary Blessings,
Love Song Medley,
Small group Conversations
& Games
(have paper and pencil handy)
A gift of love for the 2021 ABWM Mission Projects,
ABWM news
& Closing Prayer
Get comfortable, have a beverage & some chocolate!!!

We look forward to seeing you all.
Zoom directions will be emailed to you before the meeting.
Happy Valentine’s Day !

Mary Beth Mankin, Aleta Purcell, Judy Rothe, Barb Schuttenberg, Debbie Setlock, Carol Simpson, Estelle Torpy, Tam Van Spriell
PSC Sunday Worship, Chapel Edition,
February 7th, 2021
CLICK HERE to download a copy of today's worship guide.

Today, we enter week two of a three-week series based on our spiritual mantra, "Embrace Everyone, Inspire Life, Create More."

Today's message focuses on the second two-word sermon, "Inspire Life."

How to Watch Today's Service Via YouTube

  1. If you're familiar with YouTube, this should be a pretty easy experience. You can Click Here to go directly to where today's worship video will begin playing at 10am.
  2. Once at the PSC YouTube channel, click the video with the red “Premier” indicator.
  3. To participate in the chat, click the “Sign in to Chat” button under the chat box to the right of the video and log in to your Gmail/Google account. If you do not have a Google account or YouTube Channel, follow the on-screen instructions to make one.
  4. Type your comment in the “Say Something” box to join the conversation!
  5. *Note: If you have a Smart TV, you can use the microphone feature to say, "YouTube, Pine Street Church"---to view the service on your television.

All worship videos will also be archived and available for you to watch at any time.

Give: Your financial gifts to God through Pine Street Church are more essential now than ever. Make a gift today.
If you are giving online or sending checks in the mail, thank you. If you are a person who normally places your gifts in the offering boxes on Sundays, please consider giving online HERE.
Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday (and the start of the season of Lent) is Wednesday, February 17.

Our Lenten theme will be "Again and Again." In Lent, we’re reminded that, again and again, suffering and brokenness find us. We doubt again, we lament again, we mess up again. And again and again, we begin again! You will receive in the mail before Ash Wednesday a Lenten Care Package to help navigate faith formation and worship at-home during this sacred season.

This year, we'll be partnering with our friends at All Souls Church for two worship services premiering on our Pine Street Church Youtube Channel at 12pm &6pm
The Psalms: Yesterday & Today
Tuesdays at 7pm

Dr. Bill Mankin is leading this exciting faith formation group in a study of the Hebrew Psalms, their form, types, use in ancient Judea, and use in public and private worship today. They're studying in detail one or two psalms of several types and then writing a contemporary psalm of the same type.

You will be asked to compose a psalm of your own each week, in the style of the psalms studied in the current session. The psalm may address contemporary concerns or historical concerns such as those of the original psalmists. We will collect all the “home grown” psalms into a booklet for each of the participants.

Meetings will be via zoom on Tuesdays at 7pm

To register or for more information, email Bill Mankin at:
Sundays at 9:30am
Art of the Soul - Henry Ossawa Tanner

Best known for painting Biblical subjects, artist Henry Ossawa Tanner's most shown works are "The Banjo Lesson," and "The Thankful Poor," seen here. That's because Tanner happens to be African-American. But Tanner only painted a few works with African-American subjects, even though he received a great deal of pressure to paint such subjects for the advancement of racial equality in America.

Tanner ultimately fled America for France, due in part because of his personal and painful experience with racism. At the time, Tanner had many admirers in his home country, and was experiencing some success. Yet he still felt he must leave, due to another subtler form of racial pressure. He made his home overseas so that he could be known, not as a great "Negro Artist," but simply as an excellent artist, painting the subjects most dear to him.

In this presentation, we will look at representative works of this American artist, who was profoundly moved by his religious upbringing, though he expressed this experience in non-traditional ways. Being faithful to what was in his soul, Tanner achieved considerable success as an artist, while constantly feeling outside pressures to change his art. After examining his life and work, I will invite you to express your thoughts on this artist's dilemma - should a creative talent remain faithful to what is deep in their soul, or use their talents to advance a noble cause?

See you Sunday! And please share this event with kindred spirits.

CLICK HERE to join Art Brunch at 9:30AM on Sunday Mornings.

You can learn more about each week's teachings at the WAMA Art Asylum page HERE.
Thursdays at 1:30pm
The Oasis group will be starting a new book on February 11th. It's called:

From the back cover: "A masterful work, Cynthia Bourgeault invites us to follow Jesus' path of self-emptying love, and she describes wisdom practices that we Christians can use every day to transform our own minds so that we too can see with the eyes of Christ." Jim Marion

For more information contact Mary Beth Mankin:

Tuesdays at 9:00am
Join fellow Pinehead Men each Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. You're invited to gather for fellowship via Zoom Conference Call. So grab a mug of your favorite morning brew and join us! Please contact Bill Mankin for more information on how to join these meetings:
God's desire for us is our wholeness; the Hebrew Scriptures call this shalom. This wholeness incorporates our physical, mental, emotional, and relational being.

*Please note: If you wish to include a prayer need on this Community Care list---or another specific pastoral care need for which you would like prayer, please email Pastor Andrew Daugherty at

PSC's love and sympathy is extended to the family of Jack Fowler, who died on Wednesday, January 13. A Celebration of Life service will be planned for a later date. Read Jack's obituary HERE.

Community Care List
Please use this list today and throughout the week, praying with special intention for:

  • The healing of the division in our nation. For unity and peace and an end to violence.
  • The coronavirus pandemic Please pray for protection for all medical personnel who are treating victims and pray for effective means of "flattening the curve" and treatment to be found quickly. Thanks be to God for vaccines that are being distributed now!
  • Out Boulder County and all those in our LGBTQ+ community
  • PSC's Off Broadway Preschool 
  • Those in our Boulder community who suffer from food insecurity and hunger and who are experiencing homelessness.
  • All who celebrate joys and those who are distressed in mind, body, or spirit, and members of our spiritual family including:

Short term
Barb Schuttenberg
Roger Drummond and Vondell Martin (home was destroyed in the Cal-Wood fire on October 18, 2020)
Lizzie Parker
Larry VanSpriell
Marcia McCarthy (Mary Beth Mankin's sister)
Dan Torpy 

Long term
Vondell Martin 
Shirley Scott 
Butch Stanko (friend of Polly McDonald)
Pete Sprenkle
Jo Judd
Kerry Hassler

Lance & Christina Muteyo, Juan & Denise Aragon, Ruth Fox, Pieter & Nora Kalkman

*Please notify the church office (303-442-6530) or if there are people who should be added to or removed from our community care list.
In Case You Missed It:
Pine Street Church Sunday Morning Worship:
At Home Edition,
January 17th, 2021