Worship Online: Sunday at 9:00 am

Worship Online With Us on Sundays

Watch our online worship services on:

Worshiping Together Online:

Watch the Facebook or YouTube livestreaming at 11:00 am (you can watch even without a Facebook account). The livestream will begin approximately 5 minutes prior to worship time.

If you do have a Facebook account, comment on the video post to let us know you’re watching so we can connect with you.  You will also be able to view the recorded service after the fact via the Wellshire website or Facebook page.

 

Explore The Bible Walkthrough Blog!

The Walkthrough Bible Blog by Wellshire Presbyterian Church Denver Colorado

Adult Education: “The Walkthrough” Blog

 
During this season of life, we hope to cover quite a range of thoughts, feelings, reactions, and responses. We hope to show that you are not alone but are joined with people not just from your church family, but the faithful throughout our history. In Wellshire’s blog “The Walkthrough”, one Bible passage will be surveyed each Sunday. Together we will examine the Biblical passages and interpretations through music, art, poetry, contemplation, and meditation. Add your voice through comments and questions in the Comments section.
 

Find Your Star Words for 2021

Star Words
Star Words

Star Words

At Wellshire we have a tradition of choosing a “Star Word” for the New Year. These inspirational words are meant to be a starting point for reflection and action through the coming year.

Usually, we are able to randomly choose the word which has been written on a paper star, out of basket. Some words will be mailed out to our members this year, but we recognize that you may need more Star Words for 2021. If you need a Star Word, please choose a number between 1 and 184, and then look it up on the list below. (If you’d like, you can generate a random number on Google here.)

Match your number with the corresponding Star Word from the list below:

Christmas Eve Worship at Home

Christmas eve live stream times
Christmas Eve livestream worship times

Christmas Eve Worship at Home

 
Please join Wellshire Church online for a Christmas Eve Service as we celebrate the birth of Jesus!
 
Livestreaming on Facebook at:

4:00 pm: Family Worship Service – the prelude will start at about 3:50 pm
 
7:00 pm: Traditional Candlelight Service – the prelude will start about 6:50 pm

 

Watch on YouTube after 8:00 am on December 24.

Celebrate Home Advent 2020

Home Advent 2020

Advent in Wellshire Homes!

Join Wellshire pastors and staff for part Advent celebration, part Advent study.

Sign up to join the Zoom group one time per week during Advent.

Sundays –  at 10:00 am
Mondays –  at 7:00 pm
or
Wednesdays –  at 8:00 pm

Click to RSVP (you will be re-directed to Sign-up Genius)

Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes Book

Wellshire’s worship and study will be guided this year by the book Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes by Cynthia M. Campbell.

Purchase Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes here (Barnes & Noble)

Contact Kendal for more information.

Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes
Home Advent Devotional

We invite you to a virtual party with each of the four writers of the Gospels: Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John. We will be using the book Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes by Cynthia M. Campbell to guide us, but you will not need the book to use this devotional. Each week we will visit the imagined home of one of the authors of the four Gospels, exploring what part of the Christmas story they are focusing on and hearing the different perspectives on why we celebrate the birth of Jesus. This devotional will provide scripture passages to explore and questions to ponder as we approach the hallowed story of God becoming human. Click here to download a printable copy of the devotional.

Christmas in the Four Gospel Homes Videos

Mark’s House

Matthew’s House

Luke’s House

John’s House

Advent Worship Videos

November 29, 2020

December 6, 2020

December 13, 2020

December 20, 2020

Help the Hunger Task Force Deliver Christmas Food Boxes

Hunger Task Force
Hunger Task Force

Share the Spirit of the Season

Help the Hunger Task Force to deliver Christmas Food Boxes

In loving memory of Temple Bell and Donna Truskolaski
 
The Hunger Task Force (HTF) is not going to let a pandemic stop us from blessing as many families as possible during this year’s Christmas Season. Our inspiration comes from Temple and Donna, who were dedicated and appreciated members of the Hunger Task Force for many, many years. We invite you to adopt their “can do” attitudes, and join us in pursuit of our goal of serving 100 families this year.
 
Thank you from the Hunger Task Force
Thanks to you, all the Christmas Food Box families have been assigned. We look forward to seeing you on the evening of December 13 in the east parking lot to drop off your food for the Schmitt families and for those shopping and delivering to pick up the gift cards for your family.
 
 

A Light In The City: Living Nativity & More!

A light in the city: Christmas lights and living nativity
A light in the city: Christmas lights and living nativity

A Light in the City

 
December 13, 2020 | 5:00 – 7:00 pm
 
Drive to Wellshire for Christmas lights, brass music and a living nativity!
 
Begin at 2901 S. Colorado Blvd. and enjoy a guided drive-thru of Wellshire’s parking lots to experience Christmas lights, Christmas carols by the Wellshire Brass and the narrated Living Nativity with live actors and animals.

Adult Christian Education: Our Stories of Faith

Our Stories of Faith christian education class
Our Stories of Faith christian education class

Our Stories of Faith – Adult Ed Class

 
September 20, 27, October 11, & 18 | 10:00 am
 
Sign-up using the form below, and then join Katie Robb Davis on Zoom (information will be emailed to those who register). We will learn to tell our stories of faith together in this workshop. Some reflective homework will be assigned to enhance your participation. Sharing your stories will be encouraged but not required.

Learn How to “Be a Light”

Be a light
Be a light

This little light of mine

In his sermon on August 16, Rev. Dr. Bell challenged us all to think creatively about the ways we are able to “be a light,” based on Jesus’ statement to the crowd in the Sermon on the Mount: “YOU are the light of the world.” (Matthew 5:14). As a result, numerous Wellshire folks have been sharing their own approaches to being a light. We hope it gives you some ideas or inspiration.

Financially support Hard-Hit Industries:

  • https://littlejohnproduce.com/ – buy produce boxes to help farmers who sourced restaurants prior to COVID, they also give to people who need food.
  • Order in from restaurants and tip heavily!
  • Support an Artist – join with neighbors to sponsor and host a socially-distanced front porch concert on your street or cul de sac.

Encourage One Another*:

  • Support teachers, students, school staff, administrators – messages, notes, or signs.
  • Howl at 8:00 for essential workers!
  • Put the abundance of kid’s art accumulating in your house to good use by sending letters to seniors or other medically vulnerable forks who are especially isolated.
  • Use sidewalk chalk to make uplifting art in your neighborhood.
  • Simply seek to build up the brokenhearted. Call a friend. Send a letter.
  • (*see 1 Thessalonians 5:11)

Feed the Hungry:

Protect the Vulnerable:

  • Make cloth face masks for neighbors, family, friends, or others. Check out Operation We Can Sew It (operationwecansewit.com), started by a local Presbyterian doctor.
  • Continue to ask neighbors who cannot go out if they need help with errands.

Take Care of You!

  • A city on a hill cannot be hid. Tend to your own light through self are, reaching out for connection, and giving your time, talent, and treasure.

SHINE ON, friends!