Summer Celebration: August 20th

Join Us For An Afternoon Of Awesome

3pm-5pm: Back to School BBQ & Foam Party (Free for all!)

Join us to kick off the afternoon with some good, clean fun!

Our Youth Minister, Justin, will be grilling up hot dogs till we run out. We’ll have buns, plates, plasticware, napkins and condiments. Please BYO beverages, a picnic side to share and anything else you might enjoy having.

Our Children’s Ministers, Brittney and Magen, will be hosting lawn games.

Suddenly Foam (Sean’s stepson’s company) will be hosting a foam party for all ages from 3:30pm-4:30pm. This is a water activity, so bring a towel, swimsuit or change of clothes and goggles (optional).

Everyone is our community is welcome. Please invite neighbors and friends!

5pm-6pm: Backpack Blessings Service (Free, of course!)

In lieu of our usual Sunday, 5pm weekly worship service, we will gather this week only on Saturday to celebrate our students and teachers.

Students, of all ages, and teachers are invited to bring their backpacks. We’ll have a special time after the sermon where we will invite you forward to receive a blessing and a token of support to take into your school year from the Left Hand Church community.

Please note this will be a casual, outdoor service. Bring your own folding chairs or picnic blankets.

6pm-8pm: Lawn Concert w/ Ditch Company (Ticketed, $10/adult)

Get your tickets for our lawn concert by Wednesday, 8/17:

This is a special ticketed event featuring and supporting and celebrating an awesome local band, Ditch Company. You might recognize their bassist as our very own Bryan Pearce!

BYO folding chairs or picnic blankets. Tickets are $10/adult, and free for youth and children if attending with an adult. Bring your registration email and check in at one of the two ticket tables to get your wristband.

Ditch Company was born during the pandemic of 2020, in the backyard of keyboardist/vocalist Ian Brighton in Lyons Colorado, during a socially distanced jam session with Ian, drummer Steve Lamos, and bassist Bryan Pearce, while ashes from a nearby forest fire were falling like snow from the reddened smoke filled sky. An auspicious beginning of what ultimately became Ditch Company.After a year of playing together, the band added guitarist James Thorpe to make a quartet, dedicated to strong pockets, mountain funk, folk, old time gospel, vocal harmonies, and all around soulful rocking Colorado good time music.

We could use a few volunteers willing to work before and during the concert, and can offer a complimentary ticket to each volunteer. If you are interested in serving in that way, grab a spot here.