June 20th, 2021
A Weekly Newsletter from Pine Street Church
A Word from Andrew... Hybrid Edition Worship Today, Happy Father's Day, and Outdoor Worship Next Sunday, and Next Fireside Chat with the Moderator...
Dear Pine Street Church Members and Friends,

Today we enter a new phase of Sunday worship with a live Zoom experience at 10am MDT (along with a few pre-recorded elements, too). Be sure to click the link below to gather with fellow Pine-heads for worship and community. And better yet, be sure to share the love with friends and family and invite them join us!

Happy Father's Day to all of the men in our lives who have guided us in life and in faith. Whether a biological father or any father figure, we thank them for showing us the way. Today's pastoral prayer during worship will be focused on fathers and all examples of fatherly love.

Next Sunday, June 27, we will gather outdoors and in-person for Sunday worship at 10am MDT at the home of Stuart and Adderly Lord. (Location: 2490 Cana Court, Lafayette, CO 80026).

Finally, the next Fireside Chat with the Moderator of the PSC Leadership Council will take place on Friday, July 2, from 10am--10:45am with Dr. Stuart Lord. A Zoom link will be sent next Sunday.

I look forward to seeing many of you later this morning via Zoom worship. I am grateful now more than ever to be on this spiritual journey with all of you.

With heart,
Join Us for PSC Sunday Worship: Hybrid Edition, June 20th, 2021
CLICK HERE to join us via Zoom for todays Sunday Worship Service: Hybrid Edition.

The service begins at 10am and will include live face to face elements, an opportunity for break out rooms and small group fellowship, as well as prerecorded elements such as the sermon and music.

CLICK HERE to download a copy of today's Worship Guide.

A portion of the service will be available to rewatch on the Pine Street Church YouTube Channel by Sunday afternoon each week. However, the best way for you to experience the Hybrid Edition service is on at 10am via zoom.

PLEASE feel free to share the zoom link with anyone who may be interested in joining us.

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.
A Return to In Person Worship
Phased re-entry plan
We're truly excited to announce our plans for a phased reentry to in person worship at pine street church. Check out our 3-Phased plan here.
Work Day Signup: June 26

Thanks for your willingness to serve! We are asking for volunteers to help with outdoor projects around the church. There are several jobs for weeding, raking and applying mulch. Other jobs include removing larger shrubs from the parking lot areas, spray to kill weeds in parking lots, painting, sweeping, power washing and brick clean-up. Really, there is something for everyone, young and older!

CLICK HERE to sign up for full day (9am to 2pm) or less. Please review the available slots and click on the button to sign up. You can indicate your job preferences in the comment section.

Please bring a hat, gloves and sunscreen. You can also bring landscaping tools like a rake, clippers, shovel, etc. Bottled water, breakfast snacks and lunch will be provided. It will be enjoyable to work, sweat and laugh together! Thank you!
Sundays at 9:00am
Art & Poetry - Cubism in Words

What do artists Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall, Marie Laurencin, Henri Rousseau, G. De Chirico, and Constantin Brancusi all have in common? They all benefited artistically and professionally from their relationship with poet and critic Guillaume Apollinaire. Apollinaire was best known for his association with the cubists and his own poetry reflected cubist ideas. If not for his premature death, he would have been as well known as any of the above artists. Join us for our final installment in our Art & Poetry Series as we look at the life and work of this incomparable and fascinating figure and the artists he influenced and championed.
In this series, we explore the history of poetry and its relation to the visual arts. Beginning with the oldest forms, epic and love poetry, we will make our way to the 20th Century, where poetry was seen as a great hope to fill the void left by the "death of God" after WWI.

In our examination, we will include the visual arts since poetry and painting are particularly related. Leonardo da Vinci said, "Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen."

Even if some of us are not fans of poetry now, we may very well become fans after this fascinating exploration. During this series, we all should feel a fresh desire to enjoy the fruits of Calliope's gift, she being the greatest of the muses and the one who inspired Homer.

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

You can learn more about each week's teachings at the WAMA Art Asylum page HERE.
The Men's Fellowship Group has a new meeting schedule. Beginning immediately they will meet in person for Breakfast at the Parkway Cafe on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:30 a.m. They will also hold a monthly Zoom gathering at 9:00 a.m.on the third Tuesday of each month.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 Nurture and Prayer Team also stands by for prayer support. To share your prayer concerns, needs, or celebrations, contact Rev. Carol Simpson at:

PSC's love and sympathy is extended to the family of Pete Sprenkle, who died on June 11th.

We remember with gratitude the gift of Pete's life, and we remember his beloved June and all the family during these days of both celebration and grief. A memorial service will be planned for September and an obituary will also be sent to our church family soon.

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

  • The Israeli-Palestinian conflict
  • The healing of the division in our nation. For unity and peace and an end to violence.
  • Thanks be to God for COVID-19 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
Shirley Scott
Lloyd Collins (Brother-in-law of Polly McDonald)
Tam VanSpriell
Lizzie Parker
Marcia McCarthy (Mary Beth Mankin's sister)
Dan Torpy 

Long term
Vondell Martin 
Shirley Scott 
Butch & Kathy Stanko, Friends of Polly McDonald
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:
Chapel Edition,
Sunday, June 13th, 2021