Worship with us!
Worship Online With Us on Sundays
IN-PERSON WORSHIP BY RESERVATION ONLY
We invite you to join together as a virtual community from home.
Worshiping Together Online:
Watch the Facebook livestreaming at 9:00 am (you can watch even without a Facebook account). The livestream will begin a few minutes prior to worship time. Visit wpcdenver.org/wellshire-on-facebook/
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.
Print out the Order of Worship and hymns here to follow along on Sunday morning. You will also be able to view the recorded service after the fact via the Wellshire website or Facebook page.
Let us be faithful in our prayer for those nations, communities, families and individuals most affected by this outbreak, and for the medical personnel and government officials seeking to respond
In Person Worship
Starting Sunday, May 2, we return to live in-person worship! The service will continue to be available online as well.
Each Wednesday at noon, you will receive an e-mail invitation with details about worship and a link to make a reservation. One reservation can be made for the total number of people in your household attending. If you have trouble with the online system, reservations may also be made at that time by calling or e-mailing Rev. Katie Robb Davis 303-758-2233 x.217 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not on the email list and would like to join, please contact Tim Mietty or sign-up here (choose the eNews Weekly Update).
Limited childcare spaces for ages 5 and under will be available by reservation.
We look forward to seeing one another in person again even as we continue to adapt and take care!
If the event is full, the registration link will let you know. You may check back to see if there have been cancellations, and be sure to join the virtual service on Facebook and YouTube.
Thank you for your continued prayers and patience as staff and volunteers continue to evaluate our procedures. Please continue to pay close attention to church communications, as changes may be made as the situation evolves.