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GOD IS WAITING FOR US TO MAKE THE MOVE

Bldg 1900 Gardens of Divine Hope Worship: 4:00 p.m. Sundays

We invite you to take part in our Weekly Conversations    7:00 p.m. – Weds

Where:  16th and Ogden Street, Denver, Colorado  in the beautiful historical church that sits on the corner.  We are a new Christian group waiting for you to join us.  We are mission-driven, with a focus on individual thought as it relates to our life today and how we can help others.  This Fall we will be having a Revival on Sunday, September 14th, where we will have a worship service, lots of food, music and good conversation. Come for the good music.  Come for a blessed time resulting in building relationships in a Christian atmosphere.

Our Revivals will take place every quarter during the year which will give you a time to refresh, rebirth, and rejoin the life, love and laughter of Jesus Christ.

Let this Fall be a special time in your life.

Love and Peace,

Pastor Karen W. Schneider

 

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A COMMUNITY GARDEN IS A BLESSED PLACE!!

It is a wonderful sight to see the vegetables and fruits grow in a Community Garden.  Not only are the vegetables and fruits a great joy but the people who planted them are an even greater joy.  Become part of our group and plant each year, assist in nurturing the garden, and help harvest.  Remember, you are helping others and offering a way to express your love for Jesus Christ and your fellow man.

During the winter months, we will be helping serve meals, assisting people find shelter, and helping those in need to become more self-sufficient.  This will be done through counseling, education, and career building.  Join our group “huddle” in offering these services to those who are in need.  Contact pastor_karen_schneider@yahoo.com or call her at 720-308-8418 to discuss what we do.  We will have worship services every Sunday at 5:00 p.m. at First Baptist of Denver starting September 8, 2013.

A COMMUNITY GARDEN IS A SPECIAL PLACE

I was working at our Community Garden yesterday and was watching the various people unloading dirt, nurturing and spreading soil for more planting.  What a delightful sight to see, those people giving their time and their heart to an effort to help others.  Those people giving their time for “food for justice”, a concept where a garden grows and the harvest goes to those who are hungry.  Can it get any better than that?

Stop by and see our Community Garden where Gardens of Divine Hope is located, right in the middle. We are at the Community Garden of Metro CareRing downtown Denver at 18th and Downing.   Our Garden is starting to grow.  Give us a visit!!

God Bless,

Pastor Karen W. Schneider

SHARING YOUR THOUGHTS WITH GOD WILL HELP YOU

Have you ever had an idea or thought and everyone thought you were crazy?  Or have you thought of something different and no one seems to understand?  God is the answer.  Our God is open to all ideas and understands everything.  No one is judged, no one is categorized, and no one is “crazy”.  Ideas are what make our future and if you have a good one, then you will be a leader of our future.

Share your idea with God and see what happens.  You will be amazed at the outcome of your efforts.  If it weren’t for good ideas, we would not be where we are today.

Love and Peace,

Pastor Karen

THE GARDEN IS STARTING TO GROW

Our garden is starting to grow and flourish.  We now have corn, squash and peas  starting to show their faces in our Garden located downtown Denver at Metro CareRing at 18th and Downing.  What a delightful sight to see, a large Garden that is growing to “help others”.

Stop by and see our Garden, and join us for worship in the Fall at First Baptist of Denver at 5:00 p.m. every Sunday evening.  September 8th, is our first worship service First Baptist.    Gardens of Divine Hope Church (First Baptist)  is located at 14th and Grant, across the street from the Capitol Building.  We have an hour of worship and music to set your heart on “fire”.  Let this be your church.  We are open to everyone whether you are of a denomination or not, it doesn’t matter.  Join us!!

Our Garden is not only a Garden in the literal sense, but it is Garden of people as well.  People are what make a church and getting together as a “Huddle” to worship is a way to find the path to God.

Blessings,

Pastor Karen W. Schneider

PLANTING IS FOR THE SOUL

Gardens of Divine Hope Church is seeking people to help plant gardens throughout the year.  You don’t have to be an expert gardener, all you have to do is show up and we will teach you.  Since Jesus is at the core of this activity, it is more meaningful and worthwhile.  You are doing work for others, you are helping others, you are extending yourself to the betterment of other people.  All of the proceeds, vegetables and fruits produced from the Gardens go to the homeless, oppressed and helpless.

Do something for others by becoming a part of Gardens of Divine Hope Church.  We are seeking 100 volunteers.  If you don’t like to garden, there are many other activities you can take part in to help others.  These are year around activities.

We have worship once a week.  Contact Pastor Karen Schneider for more details at pastor_karen_schneider@yahoo.com or call at 720-308-8418.  We will be waiting for your response.

HAVE YOU STARTED PLANTING YET?

If you haven’t starting planting your gardens, now is the time.  The recent weather has not been conducive to planting our vegetables and flowers but now it is great!!  If you feel like helping others who are less fortunate than you and if you have a passion for planting, then join in on the volunteer list for Gardens of Divine Hope Church who have a community of people planting for others.  It is not only fun, it is rewarding and your time is well spent.  Contact Pastor Karen Schneider at pastor_karen_schneider@yahoo.com or call her at 720-308-8418 for a further explanation.  We are looking for volunteers to plant vegetables and fruit for others.  We are looking for 50 volunteers.

GARDENS OF DIVINE HOPE NEEDS HELP IN FUNDING FOOD FOR JUSTICE

Hi Everyone,

We have recently established grounds for planting our fruits and vegetables.  We need volunteers to help us plant our food.  If you have any time, please contact Pastor Karen W. Schneider and let her know when you can help.  We need 50 volunteers as soon as possible to help in planting food for the poor so they have food to eat.  We have available lots and gardens throughout the city.

Contact Reverend Karen if you would like to help this missional church and assist the oppressed who don’t have enough food to eat.

Gardens of Divine Hope Church meets once a week in the form of a “Huddle” to discuss ways and means for planting, sowing and reaping their seeds to make a faith statement to our community and to our world.  We normally meet at First Baptist Church of Denver at 14th and Grant Streets at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings.  Contact Reverend Schneider at pastor_karen_schneider@yahoo.com or call her at 720-308-8418 for more details.

Love and Peace,

FOR ALL YOU GARDENERS

IF YOU LIKE TO GARDEN, THEN THIS IS THE PLACE FOR YOU.  We are offering a worship service with the main focus on gardening and  people who like to garden.  Come to Gardens of Divine Hope Church on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Denver at 14th and Grant Streets and find out more about gardening but with Jesus at the center of your garden growing process.  This is very informal,  non-denominational, everyone is welcome, and  learn more about gardening.  We will have different services focusing on different gardening topics.  Join others who like to do what you do.    Contact Pastor Karen Schneider at (720) 308-8418 if you are interested in attending, she will tell you more.  Pastor Karen’s e-mail is pastor_karen_schneider@yahoo.com.

We also meet in Wednesday nights at First Baptist for a fellowship and fun time together.  This starts at 6:00 p.m with food, conversation, discussion, and fun times such as board games and getting acquainted.

If you like to garden, this is the place to be.

Blessings and Peace,

Pastor Karen W. Schneider