Welcome to The Land!

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emergency information

Volunteer at The Garden!

With ten garden plots at The Land that need tending, there are multiple opportunities for people to maintain physical distancing while growing a garden and tending the soul. Sign-up to help at Signup Genius

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Become a Garden Sponsor!

The Land has raised $4,955.00 toward our fundraising goal of $5,000! Donations made between now and Saturday, May 30th will be matched up to $5,000.

Donors are invited to pick from six donation levels representative of the various elements of starting a garden! Visit the Spring Garden Fundraising Page find a sponsorship opportunity that fits for you! As always, thank you so much for all the ways you support The Land!

Spring Garden Fundraiser

The Land is an outdoor faith community dedicated to connecting with and caring for all of Creation!

Our community is open ALL! The labels and distinctions of society tend to divide us, at The Land we call on God’s love to unite us.

We take a few moments to release the pressures of our lives, bringing ourselves completely to this time and space and readying ourselves to receive that which divine presence has for us to share.

Come all Christians be committed
To the service of our God
Make your lives for him more fitted
Tune your hearts with one accord

Come into his courts with gladness
All your sacred vows renew
Turn away from sin and sadness
Be transformed with life anew

Of your time and talents give now
They are gifts from God above
To be used by Christians freely
To proclaim his wondrous love

Come again to serve the Savior
Tithes and offerings with you bring
In your work with Christ find favor
And with joy his praises sing

Come in praise and adoration
All who on Christ’s name believe
Worship him with consecration
Grace and love will you receive

For his grace give Christ the glory
For the Spirit and the Word
And repeat the gospel story
Until all his name have heard

In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth, the earth was a formless void and darkness covered the face of the deep, while a wind from God swept over the face of the waters. Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. And God saw that the light was good; and God separated the light from the darkness. God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, the first day.

My Savior left his throne above,
Exchanged his wealth for poverty;
He took my hate and gave his love;
All this and more he did for me.

Because he chose the lowly way,
And bowed before his Father’s will,
I can with all assurance say:
My God is near and loves me still;
My God is near and loves me still.

He felt the storms of human pain,
He felt temptation’s whelming seas;
He felt the tears of sorrow’s rain;
All this and more he felt for me.

Because he knows my every strife,
And is acquainted with my grief,
I can’t be shaken in this life;
The Friend of Sinners walks with me;
The Friend of Sinners walks with me.

He kept his Father’s every word,
The Law he followed perfectly;
So all God’s pleasure he secured,
All this and more he earned for me.

Because his righteous life is mine,
And all his merits work in me,
I am a child of God on high;
I am adopted, loved, and known;
I am adopted, loved, and known.

When Jesus left his heavenly home,
His face was set on Calvary;
The steepest hill he climbed alone,
All this and more he did for me.

Because he died once for all time,
And bore the curse of death and hell,
Final forgiveness here is mine;
So it is finished, he brought life;
Yes, it is finished, he brought life.

Mother, mother
There's too many of you crying
Brother, brother, brother
There's far too many of you dying
You know we've got to find a way
To bring some love here today

Father, father
We don't need to escalate
You see, war is not the answer
For only love can conquer hate
You know we've got to find a way
To bring some love here today

Picket lines and picket signs
Don't punish me with brutality
Talk to me, so you can see
Oh, what's going on
What's going on
Yeah, what's going on
Ah, what's going on

Mother, mother, everybody thinks we're wrong
Oh, but who are they to judge us
Simply 'cause our hair is long
Oh, you know we've got to find a way
To bring some understanding here today

When you make a donation to The Spring Garden Fundraiser, you are providing fresh produce to neighbors in need and providing educational opportunities for children and youth who come to the Land to learn to compost and garden.

At The Land, we are committed to connecting with and caring for creation and with your generous support, this means filling stomachs and tending souls in a time when it is needed the most.

Spring Garden Fundraiser

In all the earth oh Yahweh God
how glorious is your name
For you have set above the skies
your glory and your fame

From infants and from children’s lips
you ordered praise to sound
To silence all your enemies
the wicked to confound

When I regard the skies you made
your fingers’ work I trace
I see the moon and shining stars
which you have set in place

I ask myself, what’s humankind
that you should give him thought
The son of man that you to him
such gracious care have brought?

You made him little less than those
who dwell in heaven above
And you have crowned and honored him
with glory and with love

You gave him charge of all the works
created by your hand
And everything that you had made
to steward as you planned

All flocks and herds and birds and fish
all beasts both wild and tame
In all the earth, oh Yahweh God
how glorious is your name!

Morning Discussion (join us online at 8:30am) email Pastor Stephanie for the Zoom link.

In Case of Emergency

Rattlesnake Bites

If you are bitten, remain calm and call 911.
Say you are at 840 S. Powhatan Road, Aurora.
If for any reason that does not work go to:
UC Health Emergency Care at Anschutz Medical Campus
12505 E 16th Ave, Aurora, CO 80045
720 848 9111

General Emergencies

UCHealth Urgent Care – Quincy,
16951 E Quincy Ave, Aurora, CO 80015
303-752-5480

Pet Emergencies

Seven Hills Vet Hospital
18325 E Girard Ave, Aurora, CO 80013
303-669-1600

Rattlesnakes may be found in this area. They are important members of the natural community. They will not attack, but if disturbed or cornered, they will defend themselves. Give them distance and respect.

Important Points:
  • Rattlesnakes only bite people in self-defense.
  • Rattlesnakes don’t have to be coiled to bite.
  • Rattlesnakes don’t always rattle before biting.
  • Snakes prefer 70˚F to 90˚F but may be out in the sun at 60˚F.
  • Less than 0.1% of bites are fatal. Get help quickly.
  • Never intentionally approach a rattlesnake. 56% of bites occur when people pursue the snake.
Bottom Line:
  • Wear high boots to walk through the grass.
  • Watch the ground as you walk.
  • If you can’t see the ground in grass or weeds, move slowly.
  • Do not run on ground you cannot see.
  • When you see or hear a snake leave the area immediately and warn others.
  • Make sure the area is safe before taking a pet off-leash.