Augustana Early Learning Center

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Augustana Early Learning Center
Augustana Early Learning Center is listed in the Child Care Services category in Denver, Colorado. Displayed below is the only current social network for Augustana Early Learning Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Augustana Early Learning Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

Contact information for Augustana Early Learning Center is:
5000 E Alameda Ave
Denver, CO 80246
(303) 388-7012

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Augustana Lutheran Church, Denver added an event.
Sunday, June 4th, wear walking shoes and the color red to worship on Pentecost! Following 10:30am worship, we’ll be kicking off 500 Years on the Move for Hunger by walking together south to Leetsdale, west to Vitamin Cottage and returning by way of Alameda (~1.2 miles). In honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and Martin Luther's commitment to daily bread for all people, the Rocky Mountain Synod’s Hunger Network is encouraging all of our congregations to “Move for Hunger” while raising money for ELCA World Hunger. Augustana's goal is $15,170.00 over 150 days - June 4 - October 29, Pentecost to Reformation Sunday. Augustana’s Global Mission Team and Health Ministry Committee are encouraging individuals and teams to “Move” physically by walking, biking, running or other forms of exercise, or to “Move” spiritually through commitments of time spent in volunteer work, intercessory prayer, and meditation (time will be converted to miles). Participating individuals or teams will keep track of their “miles” and either donate or solicit monies, based on their miles, toward the ELCA World Hunger program (Money gifts to Augustana Lutheran Church, designated for ELCA World Hunger). Log books are available! For more information, please e-mail the church office at info@AugustanaDenver.org or call at 303-388-4678. ELCA World Hunger Uniquely positioned to partner with communities in the U.S. and around the world. From health clinics to microloans, water wells to animal husbandry, community meals to advocacy, gifts to ELCA World Hunger move people from poverty to self-sufficiency.
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Please hold Augustana's staff in your prayers during their retreat today. Thank you! https://www.lifeandcare.org/
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Augustana Lutheran Church, Denver shared Rocky Mountain Synod, ELCA's post.
Lutheran Family services benefit gala received greetings from the good people of Augustana. One among so many congregations that are long-time partners with LFS and the people whose lives are disrupted by loss, disaster, and war. We pray for them as the next right steps are taken and lives are reimagined with dignity and hope. Invocation, Pastor Caitlin Trussell I bring you greetings from the good people of Augustana Lutheran Church in Denver. One among so many congregations represented here this evening that are long-time partners with Lutheran Family Services. Rabbis are known to say that blessing something simply reveals what is already there. We could say that a benefit gala such as this one also reveals what is already there – good work, generosity, and money; and subtle revelations as well like friendship, grace, and laughter. I suspect Jesus laughed often with his friends. Jesus’ words in scripture that are read out loud during worship often make me smile. And I wonder if one of the ways Jesus aided and abetted his friends was by helping them take themselves a little less seriously during serious times and serious work. This may be the only area that I don't need Jesus because I have a husband and two kids who are glad to help out in the not-taking-self-too-seriously department. Invocations strike me as another way to reveal what is already there. Not asking God to join us but rather acknowledging that God is already here with us. Please join me in prayer… God of life, in you we live and move and have our being. Thank you for this moment in time, for grace you pour through us, and for laughter that fills us. We are grateful for the food and for the friendships new and old that keep us going. God of the cross, for those of us who are struggling with challenges, losses, or illnesses that defy description, you promise to be present with us through the death and life of Jesus as you also promise that your spirit lifts prayers out of our silence with sighs too deep for words… … … God of wisdom, we especially pray for the people whose lives are disrupted by loss, disaster, and war, and are figuring out the next right steps to take. We pray for LFS staff and volunteers. Strengthen them for their work alongside people that continues to provide dignity as lives are reimagined. God of joy, by the power of your Spirit, fill us up and help us have fun while taking ourselves a little less seriously. We love you God, help us love you more. In Jesus’ name we pray, amen.
It was a wonderful evening for celebrating the ministry of Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains. The 34th Annual Gala was hosted by Kim Christiansen of Denver's Channel Nine (a lifelong Lutheran) and featured LFS President Jim Barclay, Pastor Caitlin Trussell of Augustana Lutheran Church, and television celebrity, Matt Iseman. Christ's Church, Better Together!

Women, Wine and Word gathering is postponed tonight due to the weather. Instead, the group will meet Thursday May 25th at Pastor Ann's home.

The youth are hosting coffee hour in honor of Mother's Day, 9-10:30a.m. There will be a special gift for all women and, of course, yummy food. Mothering God, you gather us together like a hen gathers her chicks (Luke 13:34), meeting us wherever we are this Mother's Day. For those of us who are celebrating, may our joy be multiplied. For those of us who are struggling, may we be supported. For those of us who are grieving, may we be consoled. Amen. Painting by Cheryl Braganza, Canada