Candlelight Services, Breckenridge – Christmas Eve 2019
Join us on Tuesday, December 24th for our Christmas Eve Service at Great Divide Calvary Church.
We have two family services (5 PM and 6:30 PM) with Christmas Carols, Worship Music, Scripture Reading and a special candlelight time, celebrating the birth of Jesus and this season of hope.
Times – 5 PM and 6:30 PM
Join us at Colorado Mountain College at 5 PM or 6:30 PM. Each service is one hour long.
Colorado Mountain College – 107 Denison Placer Rd, Breckenridge, CO 80424
A Child is Born
For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given; And the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. 7 Of the increase of His government and peace There will be no end, Upon the throne of David and over His kingdom, To order it and establish it with judgment and justice From that time forward, even forever. The zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this.
“Thinking of tea time evokes pleasant memories of friendships steeping over a hot pot of tea.” TEA FOR TWO
Women’s Christmas Tea – Thursdays at 2 PM
We wanted to invite you to a time of not only nourishment to your body but also to your soul. Please think about joining us each or one Thursday throughout December at 2 pm for Christmas tea and an Advent discussion.
We have county-wide hosts for a beautiful Christmas tea time. We are reading Paul David Tripp’s, “Come Let Us Adore Him” daily devotional in hardback or ebook. Plan to participate in this daily devotional focusing our hearts and minds on the awe and wonder in the coming of Jesus throughout the month of December.
Christmas Tea Dates
A huge thanks to our hosts for this intimate time together
Dec. 5thOur first host is Stefana Mirto located in Breckenridge. Please email or text Sabrina (970-688-2340) for an address.
Dec. 12th Diane Sunshine, Breckenridge
Dec. 19th Sabrina Humphreys, Blue River
“Set aside some time in the middle of the afternoon to turn your attention to the beauty of life that the Lord has set before you. Find beauty and comfort in the people around you, the flowers on a table or simply the delicious aroma of tea brewing. Create a few moments away from the hustle and bustle of your life before returning to the tasks that await you. Give thanks to the Lord for sharing His presence with you.” TEA FOR TWO
Please fill out the form below to let us know you will be able to join us.
Every Thursday morning, we will meet as wives, girlfriends, fiancees, or women and pray for our men. We will work through the book, Praying God’s Will For My Husband, by Lee Roberts and praying through a different attitude each time.
Young Life (High School) and WyldLife (Middle School) groups have kicked-off this year with a strong start!
Interest Meeting – Thursday, Sept 12th
Katie Carden and the Young Life Committee would invite you to a special interest meeting this Thursday at Uptown on Main from 5:30-7:00 PM. This is for all adults in the county to hear more about Young Life and their vision and see if there are way to help this awesome organization grow in reaching out to more middle and high school students.
Young Life Club Meeting Tonight
And if you have any high school students, please encourage them to invite their friends to Young Life Club tonight! It is always a fun and meaningful time together with friends, learning more about Jesus.
WyldLife Club – October 4th
And for your middle schoolers, they are invited to a fun Club meeting on Friday, October 4th. During the week, middle school girls have a Bible Study in Frisco on Thursdays after school. Contact Katie Carden at 720-539-5890 for more details.
During the summer months, we host an outdoor church service on the last Sunday of the month. (Next Outdoor Service – August 25th)
We gather on the lawn outside of the River Center, worship together, and even have a river baptism, weather and water-flow/temperature permitting.
On Sunday, July 28th, we had the honor of having Pastor Ed Young join us from Calvary Church Aurora. He and his family are dear friends and mentors to our pastors and church body.
He shared a powerful message about forgiveness with us. We were encouraged to let go of any hurts, anger, bitterness or resentment and forgive those who have wronged us. This allows true healing and freedom to take place in our own hearts and offers an opportunity for reconciliation in our relationships with family members, friends, and church members.
After the time of worship and teaching, we all headed down to the river to see Jesse, a new believer and friend get baptized. It was a true delight to see his joy and love for Jesus shine.