Saturdays at 10:00 am
840 S. Powhaton Rd
Aurora, CO 80018
Every Saturday people gather on The Land for a relaxed, intimate spiritual environment where all people – regardless of religious background, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, relationship status – are invited to belong.
Located in an outdoor sanctuary, each gathering mirrors the open space that surrounds us, incorporating time for song, reflection, sharing and silence. We gather to experience connection in creation, to relax and renew.
Feel free to bring a folding chair, blanket or grab a seat on our straw bale seating. A large tent provides shade from the sun and shelter from the rain. Sturdy shoes and weather appropriate clothes recommended. Dogs always welcome!
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UPDATE: Parking at The Land
With the location of the canopy now resting on the far east side of our property, making your way to worship will take a few more steps than it did before! We are inviting everyone who is able to park in the grassy lot located immediately to the right of the green entry gate. From the parking lot there is a well-worn pathway that you will take to the outdoor sanctuary.
Please know, there are two parking spots right next to the outdoor sanctuary that are open to anyone who needs them! We are just asking that, in the name of conservation, tires follow the current trail leading to the canopy so we avoid further disruption of our prairie land. Thanks so much and see you soon!
Severe Weather Policy
At The Land, gathering outdoors means surrendering to the unpredictable patterns of weather. We have gathered in snow, wind, and light rain; appreciating its presence and the gifts it brings to the earth. Saturday morning worship will only be canceled for weather that presents safety concerns; lightning, hail, high winds and heavy rains will necessitate cancellation. In the event of severe weather, we may shorten worship or decide to cancel worship. Decisions to cancel worship will be made by 8:30 a.m. the morning of a gathering and will be posted to the website and Facebook page.