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Mother seeks sanctuary from deportation in Denver church

By Jamiel Lynch, CNN

Updated 5:17 PM ET, Fri December 9, 2016 

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Members of the Capital Campaign team have been listening hard to voices in our community. What we have heard is that most people would like to have a sabbatical from discussion about the future of the Meeting House beyond what is needed to support the agreed-upon revitalization work on the exterior and interior of the building.I n the coming months, $50,000 needs to be raised from our community, which will be matched by $50,000. We are initiating a Quiet Campaign. We will not be burdening community members with training or visits, and we will not be making loud calls for pledges. We will rely on members of the community to step forward, now that we have come to a decision on what to do to improve our worship and community space. We have faith that this calm approach will be sufficient to meet our current goal, and we feel that this simple solution allows us to act in integrity with the current desires of the community, not to raise more money than we need at this time.
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Friends Meeting at Cambridge (FMC) seeks a full-time Coordinator to start by August 15, 2016, or as soon as possible.  We seek a dynamic, spiritual, thoughtful, engaging, fun person who loves working with youth (from infants to high schoolers) and families in a Quaker setting.

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New Date:  Regional Meeting Spring GatheringSunday, May 22 at Fort Collins Friends Meetinghouse,  2222 West Vine Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80521. You are invited to join us and Fort Collins Meeting for Worship at 10:00 AM or come at 11:30 AM for a potluck meal followed by a program focused on The Quaker Institute for the Future (QIF) which is a virtual think tank 
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Please join us for Christmas Eve candlelit worship, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm, December 24th. Everyone welcome, cookies and hot chocolate served! 

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