PHOTO SHOW 2018

Abundant- Rebecca Crummey  When you pay attention you will see hearts everywhere. For me this is a constant reminder of God’s abundant, lavish love for us all. I always seem to see one in the most random places when I need it the most

Abundant- Rebecca Crummey

When you pay attention you will see hearts everywhere. For me this is a constant reminder of God’s abundant, lavish love for us all. I always seem to see one in the most random places when I need it the most

Untitled- Emily Eldridge  On our Lent retreat we went cross country skiing. It was my first time back on the skis after breaking my leg in an accident 13 years ago.

Untitled- Emily Eldridge

On our Lent retreat we went cross country skiing. It was my first time back on the skis after breaking my leg in an accident 13 years ago.

Sunday Brunch - Catie Greene  Many a Mother’s Day I’ve walked past this house, the yard a muddy brown and touched with snow and ice. But the walk this morning yielded a different view, and I couldn’t help but stop and say thank you.

Sunday Brunch - Catie Greene

Many a Mother’s Day I’ve walked past this house, the yard a muddy brown and touched with snow and ice. But the walk this morning yielded a different view, and I couldn’t help but stop and say thank you.

Rest- Anthony Suggs  As morning light comes through the window, the night of rest and restoration comes to and end. Rest empowers us to be our best selves as we do the difficult work of justice and reconciliation. Where can you find time for rest and restoration this month.

Rest- Anthony Suggs

As morning light comes through the window, the night of rest and restoration comes to and end. Rest empowers us to be our best selves as we do the difficult work of justice and reconciliation. Where can you find time for rest and restoration this month.

Wild - Rebecca Crummey  The beauty of the dandelion is that it can grow anywhere without taking over. It brings beauty and nourishment while being in harmony with its diverse neighbors. This is how God class us to live with each other- bring beauty, nourishment and live with integrity.

Wild - Rebecca Crummey

The beauty of the dandelion is that it can grow anywhere without taking over. It brings beauty and nourishment while being in harmony with its diverse neighbors. This is how God class us to live with each other- bring beauty, nourishment and live with integrity.

Untitled - Erin Lammott  This is a space for productivity. The warmth of the light is so welcoming that it puts a pause to your day, soak, enjoy, feel the love

Untitled - Erin Lammott

This is a space for productivity. The warmth of the light is so welcoming that it puts a pause to your day, soak, enjoy, feel the love

Untitled- Chris Canan  When you work for God it’s not always pretty. You are placed in positions with people and places you’d never expect. In a city were people rush to from all over the world for its beauty, the people experiencing the ugly side of life are often forgotten. I hope that this photo serves as a reminder that there are a lot of people who go without what we call the basic necessities every day, and that with everyone of those people there is much more then meets the eye.

Untitled- Chris Canan

When you work for God it’s not always pretty. You are placed in positions with people and places you’d never expect. In a city were people rush to from all over the world for its beauty, the people experiencing the ugly side of life are often forgotten. I hope that this photo serves as a reminder that there are a lot of people who go without what we call the basic necessities every day, and that with everyone of those people there is much more then meets the eye.

Untitled- Chris Canan  Maybe you feel sad, burnt out, or exhausted when all you really need is some snacks, fresh and good converstions

Untitled- Chris Canan

Maybe you feel sad, burnt out, or exhausted when all you really need is some snacks, fresh and good converstions

Formation - Erin Lammott  Morning walks before the people arise and the crazy day begins. A light and delicate path has been illuminated. “May the peace of the Lord Christ go with you; where ever he may send you”

Formation - Erin Lammott

Morning walks before the people arise and the crazy day begins. A light and delicate path has been illuminated. “May the peace of the Lord Christ go with you; where ever he may send you”

Untitled- Monica Parra  Colorado has so many different landscapes. They blend and grow into each other. You can be standing in one spot, look in front of yourself and see three completely different types of mountains. All beautiful,unique, and living together.

Untitled- Monica Parra

Colorado has so many different landscapes. They blend and grow into each other. You can be standing in one spot, look in front of yourself and see three completely different types of mountains. All beautiful,unique, and living together.

Friend Good- Olivia Collette  From day one this year, a theme for me has been vulnerability. This year, I have seen God most clearly in my relationships, especially those in which I have been able to be truly vulnerable.  I have always loved people and relationships, but hated vulnerability. I’m learning though that one doesn’t come without the other. Frankenstein (‘s monster) understands this. All he wants is community and he keeps putting himself out there, even though he continues to get pushed away.  I took this picture of Franken-meter because it has been a reminder all year that the kind of friendships and community worth sharing requires a whole lot of vulnerability, and that the result is totally worth the hard work. Friend good, indeed.

Friend Good- Olivia Collette

From day one this year, a theme for me has been vulnerability. This year, I have seen God most clearly in my relationships, especially those in which I have been able to be truly vulnerable. I have always loved people and relationships, but hated vulnerability. I’m learning though that one doesn’t come without the other. Frankenstein (‘s monster) understands this. All he wants is community and he keeps putting himself out there, even though he continues to get pushed away. I took this picture of Franken-meter because it has been a reminder all year that the kind of friendships and community worth sharing requires a whole lot of vulnerability, and that the result is totally worth the hard work. Friend good, indeed.