Summer is almost here and it’s time for hot dogs, peanuts and baseball at the 7th annual Mormon Night at the Rockies. Saturday, July 14 at 7:10pm the Rockies will play the Seattle Mariners, and members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) are invited to a special night of fun.

Along with discounted tickets, members of the LDS church will enjoy a pre-game ceremony, and then the national anthem sung by the Colorado Mormon Chorale. Don’t miss out on the perfect  summer night out with family and friends.

For more info on discounted tickets, click here and use code MORMON. You can also RSVP and invite others here.

In a planned “Day at the Capitol,” clergy and faith leaders met on Thursday, April 26, 2018. With a goal of uniting faith communities to engage and act in the political sphere, Catholic Charities organized a gathering of local pastors and clergy. In attendance were Elder Thomas T. Priday, Area Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila, among many others. Deacon Geoff Bennett, Vice President of Parish and Community Relations for Catholic Charities spearheaded the event and began the morning with the vision for the group. He invited all to set aside doctrinal differences, “…agree on foundational issues, and tell our legislators that these things are important to us.” Stake presidents, priests, and other attendees shared thoughts on how to carry out this ecumenical vision. Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila spoke next, further driving home the point about Christians’ needs to be active, informed constituents that help enact change. Quoting de Tocqueville, Archbishop Aquila taught, “Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith.” The meeting concluded with a presentation from Jenny Kraska, executive director of the Colorado Catholic Conference, and president of the National Association of State Catholic Conference Directors (NASCCD). She helped educate the group about legislative advocacy, what it looks like, and how it’s carried out. The group concluded with a walk to the capitol, where they hoped to meet with local legislators. However, as Kraska taught, with politics you learn to be patient and flexible. Large crowds of teachers protesting salaries also chose Thursday to walk on the capitol; they arrived in such large numbers that religious leaders’ agenda took a back seat. Despite the change of plans, participants shared enthusiasm and gratitude for the meeting.

Elder Priday and Archbishop Aquila

Worldwide missionaries love to share the message of Jesus Christ in Song. Pictured here are Mormon missionaries performing at St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh Scotland

On February 11th from  7 pm to 8:30 pm Mormon missionaries in the Denver area will present a special musical presentation called “Why I Believe.”

The presentation will feature musical performances from sister and elder missionaries serving in the local area as well as messages which will be shared by recent converts to the Mormon church in Colorado.

The Musical Performance or “fireside” is open to everyone in the community, both members of the faith and those who are not currently of the Mormon faith.

“It promises to be an experience that will build one’s faith in Jesus Christ as our Savior and only way back to the father,” says Jacob Paulsen of the Denver North Public Affairs Council. “Come worship the Redeemer through song and testimony!”

No registration or tickets are required to attend. The presentation will be held at a Mormon meetinghouse located in Denver at 2710 S Monaco Pkwy.

To assist victims of the devastating recent hurricanes in Texas, Florida, and the Caribbean, volunteers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), joined with The Salvation Army to sort and pack donations items at The Salvation Army’s Emergency Services Center in Aurora.

Through well-established existing ties between The Salvation Army and the LDS Church in Denver, LDS volunteers were able to quickly fill service needs. In the past, members of the LDS Church and The Salvation Army have worked together on a variety of service projects. Given the familiarity between organizations, volunteer coordinators utilized clear pathways to quickly respond to hurricane disaster relief efforts from Denver.

Recognizing the timely service response of LDS Church volunteers, Ana Turner, Director of Volunteer Services for The Salvation Army’s Intermountain Division shared: “[The] LDS [response] is amazing! They did such a terrific job! In just 3 hours, they helped pack and sort over 4,200 donations. [The day before], we had over 10,500 donations packed and sorted.”

In the spirit of unity, the LDS Church is thankful to The Salvation Army and all other supporters of the Denver hurricane donation drive for the opportunity to provide needed service to hurricane victims living across the country.

Full-time missionaries from the Denver North Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) enjoyed packing and sorting items to help hurricane victims.

Thousands of donated items were prepared for shipment to hurricane victims in Texas and across the country.



Screen Shot 2017-04-09 at 8.41.02 AM For the fourth consecutive Easter season, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is encouraging Mormons and others around the world to share hopeful messages about Jesus Christ. This year’s focus comes from the Bible’s teaching that Christ is the Prince of Peace.

“And his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” —Isaiah 9:6

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Using the hashtag #PrinceofPeace the new campaign encourages everyone to share with others how Christ brings peace to your life. To watch the videos and follow the campaign go to On the website you’ll find numerous interactive ways to share and learn about Christ and his final days and resurrection.

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The Colorado Mormon Chorale is excited to announce four upcoming performances of the Lamb of God in 2017. Visit the website: to buy tickets and reserve your seats today.

Written and composed by Rob Gardner, Lamb of God is an oratorio based on New Testament accounts of the final days of the life of Jesus Christ, and the events following His resurrection. We invite you to join us for this captivating event as seen through the eyes of those who knew and loved Him best.

“I have always known of Jesus Christ and believed him to be my Savior, but each time I listen to this sacred work I come to feel it more deeply. The music of Lamb of God is not only beautiful to hear but also to experience and feel. When I heard it for the first time in Salt Lake City, I knew that it must be presented here in Denver.”

James A. Miller — Cornerstone Productions

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DU Newman Center for the Performing Arts: Denver, CO

Tuesday, March 21st

Wednesday, March 22nd

Thursday, March 23rd

CU Macky Auditorium Concert Hall: Boulder, CO

Saturday, April 8th

Visit the website for more information:

Wondering what you can do to #Lighttheworld? – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a plan to Light the World starting on December 1st. Download an advent calendar of small acts of service you can do at home and read what the website says about this exciting new effort to #Lighttheworld.


Since a new star first appeared above Bethlehem, Christmas has been a season of light, reminding us that Jesus Christ is the light of the world. Share that light starting with a Worldwide Day of Service on December 1. Then, watch for daily videos and Christlike service suggestions to make your Christmas season more meaningful. Whether you’re serving or being served, share it on social media, using the hashtag #LIGHTtheWORLD



Visit the website to watch videos and get inspired about how you can #Lighttheworld


You will be able to download the Advent Calendar soon on the website.

 ccd_turkeydrive_nl_11-18-2016-108Today (Nov.18th, 2016) – On a crisp Friday morning, just after Denver’s first snow, dozens of Mormon missionaries serving around the Denver area gathered at The Samaritan House and unloaded a truck full of nearly 3,000 turkeys.

The turkeys will be sent to Catholic parishes throughout Colorado and used to serve dinners at The Samaritan House.

Kathy Mathison, from Denver and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, worked with Mark Hahn, Volunteer and Parish Relations Coordinator at Catholic Charities.

Kathy called Mark asking what help they needed for the upcoming holiday season.  The answer?  They needed 3,000 turkeys by the end of the week.

On Monday a request was sent to The Church of Jesus Christ’s humanitarian headquarters in Salt Lake City and by Wednesday a truck with 2,912 turkeys was on its way to Catholic Charities.

“This really was a prayer answered.” Said Hahn.  “It’s a way we can reach back to our brothers and sisters and share dignity and compassion.”

Elder and Sister missionaries from the Church unloaded more than half the turkeys before The Samaritan House ran out of room to contain them all.  The remaining turkeys were delivered to the Catholic Charities’ storehouse in Aurora.

“We are happy to serve the community.  It’s awesome to see faiths come together to do something good.” Said missionary, Sister Hudson.

When asked if he minded shuffling turkeys out in the cold, another missionary, Elder Christensen said “It’s always good to come together for a good cause.”

“Thank you for this.  Thank you for allowing this to happen.  We are all working for God.” Hahn said to a group of volunteers.


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