At Left Hand, we believe in loving each other well. That means we learn and do life together, in a variety of ways. We’d love for you to join us!
See our Events Calendar for specifics on upcoming meetings of the below programs, or contact a coordinator to learn more.
Branches are Left Hand’s answer to small groups. Our Branches help our community stay connected and know each other more deeply.
If you are not yet a member of the Branches program but would like to join, fill out this form and we’ll get you connected.
South Branch: For those living in Boulder, Erie, Louisville, Lafayette, Broomfield, Denver, etc.
Leader: Kristie Sykes
Leaders: Kate Gaddis
North Branch: For those living north of Longmont, including Loveland, Fort Collins, etc.
Leader: Andrea Alvarado
Link Branch (20s/30s): A young adult (20s/30s) ministry focused on building relationships, creating a space of belonging, walking through transitions, and supporting each other as we grow in life and with our faith.
Leader: Andrea Alvarado
Our Prayer Group meets every Wednesday night at 6pm MST via Zoom for a time of community prayer. Join us and/or email email@example.com with prayer requests.
Throughout the year, based on ideas and interests raised up within our community, we will offer additional programs for learning and living together! These have included:
This is Left Hand’s space for learning, reflecting, and seeking further knowledge about racism. It’s a brave place to process thoughts and feelings about race and the systems that oppress Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) . The only requirement for this group is that you take an anti-racist stance in learning about race and privilege, and are willing to face your discomfort, uncertainty, and self-reflection in the process. We’re all in this together!
This six-part workshop series held in Fall 2020 addressed the many ways we encounter ableism and how we can address and challenge ableism in our workplaces, religious organizations and in our everyday lives. We will address such issues as ableist microaggressions, types of ableism, and how to avoid well meaning, but ableist language. Our intent is not to shame participants, but to emulate the overarching philosophy; “When you know better, you do better.”
Looking for something else?
Or, interested in leading a new community offering? We’d love to hear your ideas and work with you to get it on our upcoming calendar of events. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.