Are you able to forgive someone for what they have done to you? Are you able to forget but not forgive? Join us on Sunday, November 11, 2018 to hear the message given by Reverend Karen W. Schneider as she explains how Jesus would approach these questions.

We meet at 1955 East Arizona Avenue in the beautiful Washington Park area of Denver, Colorado. HIGH NOON is the time, 12:00 p.m. (Lunchtime) – forget lunch and come to our service, we will feed you.

Forgive your neighbor, forgive your loved ones and forgive yourself.

Blessings, Pastor Karen Schneider


If you are like me, you feel the excitement, you focus in on the atmosphere in its beauty and delight, and you soul dive into the wonderful time of the year. From this point on, we will be experiencing the scents and love of the holidays, of Halloween, of Thanksgiving and, of course, Christmas in its glitter and show.

Gather with us on Sunday, October 28th for a time of fellowship, friendship and worship with our Savior, Jesus Christ. Gather with us at 12:00 p.m., High Noon, for a middle of the day celebration of his life. Gather with us at 1955 East Arizona Avenue and enjoy the meditation, the stillness, the quiet and the escape from the everyday life of the outside.

See you Sunday, and be prepared to enjoy the scents of the season.

Blessings, Pastor Karen

“Submitting to our Lord” and loving every minute of it.”

Last Sunday we talked about submitting to our Lord, and we mean FULL SUBMISSION. This means committing your soul, mind, and body to Jesus and to perform his services as he asks. This is a strong mission. This Sunday we will discuss the Love of our Lord by hearing it from three different people. Submitting to the Lord takes a full commitment….if you are ready to do this, come and see us.

We welcome all people, love all people, and worship will all people.

Blessings, Pastor Karen


Church is not a building, it is a “Community of Faith”. So no matter where you gather, whether it be in a field, whether it be in a garden, whether it be in a basement, whether it be at a Rec Center, or whether it be in a beautiful church building, it takes the people to make the church.

Come this coming Sunday, September 2nd, 2018 at ‘HIGH NOON’, 12:00 p.m. and hear why being a Disciple is COSTLY. It takes more than sitting in a Pew and keeping it warm, it takes more than singing in a Choir, it takes more than saying you are a “Christian”, it takes more than praying, it takes more than studying the Word, it takes more than being a Theologian, it takes more than observing the holidays, it takes a lot more to be a Disciple.

Learn what those requirements are by coming and joining in on the worship service led by Pastor Karen Schneider. Come and enjoy the fellowship, the meditation, the quiet and the celebration of Christ’s Life by joining us in great love.


Blessings, Pastor Karen


Are you committed to Christ or do you go halfway. If you are “On the Fence” then you need to come hear Reverend Karen talk about your journey with your Jesus. You probably need some soul searching to discover where you really stand.

Join us at “HIGH NOON”, 12:00 p.m. on Sunday at 1955 East Arizona Avenue in the beautiful Washington Park area to hear “The Word” as it is voiced by Pastor Karen. Be with us as we discover the many ways we can be with Christ in our soul search of 2018. Do you move to the left, do you move to the right, do you sit straight up on the fence? These are all questions we need to research if we are to be a “TRUE DISCIPLE” OF JESUS CHRIST.

If you are “On The Fence”, you really need to be at this gathering on Sunday at Noon.


Pastor Karen


Be part of a wonderful service this coming Sunday where we will BLESS THE BACKPACKS of the children. We will gather at 1955 East Arizona Avenue in the beautiful Washington Park area of Denver, Colorado at HIGH NOON, 12:00 p.m. for a time of worship, reflection, study and hope that only Jesus can give us.

Bring friends, relatives and children for this special time. ALL ARE WELCOME. There will be a fellowship following the service.

Blessings, Pastor Karen

“Live Life in Full Bloom”

Are you living your life in “Full Bloom”, or are you doing just enough to get by. Are you trying your hardest, or are you just sitting back and letting it happen. Are you being proactive or are you being active.

There is a difference. There is a difference in how we approach everything in our lives. Come Sunday, July 29th, 2018 and hear the sermon of Pastor Karen Schneider as she tells you ways of full blooming. Join us at HIGH NOON, 12:00 p.m. at 1955 East Arizona Avenue for a late morning filled with joy, happiness, and forgiveness as we shelter together in an atmosphere of love.

Let your heart do the walking, let your soul do the searching, and let your eyes do the looking. Allow the Lord to come in your soul, no matter what is going on in your day, and allow the Lord to be your guide, your strength, and your refuge.

If you are suffering from loneliness, if you are suffering from neglect, if you are suffering from confusion……live a life in Full Bloom by letting your Christ lead the way. Sunday at HIGH NOON we will experience those good feelings we are all craving.

See you then.
Blessings, Pastor Karen