Midweek eXperience (MX)
What is MX?
The Lord calls us together in the Body of Christ to carry out His work here on earth, and through our Midweek eXperience, we hope to draw closer to God as we encourage, love, and serve one another in His name. MX includes a delicious, homemade meal, childcare, children's programs, youth group, and adult classes.
Come and experience…
- A welcoming church family
- Heartfelt care for children of all ages
- Warm, homemade meals
- Laughter and conversation
- Engaging learning for adults
- Young people seeing God’s love in action
- Opportunities to serve and share your gifts
Schedule of Events
|5:15–6:00 p.m.||Dinner Served|
|6:00–7:00 p.m.||Adult Classes|
|Youth Group (6th–8th Grade)|
|Children’s Ministry (K–5th Grade)|
MX Spiritual Formation Classes for Adults
Become a better steward of God’s earth by taking a closer look at issues like Public Lands, Water Resources, Leave No Trace, Air Quality and International Environmental Sustainability.
- September 11: The Importance of Public Lands to All America,
led by Dr. Robert Streeter, Former U.S. Assistant Director of National Refuge and Wildlife - Fish & Wildlife
- September 18: Water Resources
- September 25: Leave No Trace Hiking and Camping—How to Earn a Gold Star for Mother Nature, led by Aliy Louie, Larimer County Park Ranger
- October 2: Air Quality, led by Ellison Carter, Colorado State University
- October 9: International Environmental Sustainability, led by the Dominican Republic Sustainability Mission Team
Local faith leaders compare doctrines and practices of the world's religions.
- October 16: Judaism, led by Rabbi Hillel Katzir, Temple Or Hadash
- October 23: Islam, led by Imam Shakir Muhammad, President of the Islamic Center of Fort Collins
- October 30: Greek Orthodox, led by Brian Stefanovic, Member of Saint Spyridon Orthodox Church
- November 6: Hinduism
- November 13: Buddhism, led by Viviane Ephraimson-Abt, Manager, Resiliency & Well-being Initiatives, CSU Health Network, Adjunct Faculty, CSU School of Education and practicing Buddhist
MX for Youth and Children
- Middle School Youth Group (6th–8th Grade)
led by Carlie Hoskins, Director of Youth Ministry
Middle school students are invited to connect with one another during an evening of games, discussion, and learning about God’s love for us.
- Children’s Program (K–5th Grade)
led by Pam Armstrong, Director of Children’s Ministry
Children’s activities will include games, crafts, free-time, and other supervised activities. Childcare is available for those up to age five.