The Rocky Mountain Conference of The United Methodist Church has many programs, ministries, and service opportunities for young people living within the geographic area. For youth (grades 6-12), we offer annual retreats and leadership development opportunities where our young people can learn how to claim their faith as their own and put it into action. For young adults (ages 18-35ish), we have campus ministries and local young adult groups that provide space for community building, faith-based advocacy, and leadership development.
Check out the calendar to learn what opportunities are coming up throughout the year!
Saturday, March 24, groups & individuals will march to advocate against gun violence in the March for Our Lives. Along with the main event in Washington D.C., similar marches are happening in communities around the world. The Denver march begins at 2 p.m. Christ Church United Methodist invites churches & individuals to meet at 1:30 p.m. on the steps of the Greek Amphitheater directly across from the library on 14th Street. RMC staffer Andy Millman will be there in a bright yellow construction vest & will have markers & poster board. Please invite United Methodist & ecumenical friends to march together! If you would like to participate or need more info, please email Andy at email@example.com.
Check here periodically for resources and curriculum that may be helpful for ministry in the Rocky Mountain Conference. The resources are grouped by topic and
From Safe Spaces to Brave Spaces: A Tool to Process with Youth (Youth Worker - Coaching)
Responding to a School Shooting: Three Approaches for Youth Workers (Youth Worker - Coaching)
Youth Worker Collective Podcast Episode 18 - Processing Tragedy (Youth Worker - Podcast)
Mental Health: A Guide for Faith Leaders (American Psychiatric Association)
Quick Reference on Mental Health for Faith Leaders (American Psychiatric Association)