Church of the Beloved is a member of the Ecumenical Catholic Communion.
Our mission statement:
We are People of God baptized in Christ and professing our faith in a living Catholic tradition. We are men and women, lay and ordained, joining together as a "communion of communities" in response to the messianic call of the Spirit to preach the Gospel of liberation and justice; to offer a refuge in Christ for those who suffer prejudice; to stand open to dialogue with others so called and, to conform our lives to the life and teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The council's purpose is to define policies and procedures for the region's operations, secure resources to support our work, engage with new communities interested in the ECC, promoting ecumenical relationships within the region, facilitating relationships within member communities, and sustaining ongoing communication between member congregations.
The mission of Church of the Holy Family Ecumenical Catholic Church is to be an inclusive family in Christ celebrating our Catholic tradition in an atmosphere of acceptance and support; sharing ourselves and our gifts with each other and our community.
We are committed to the spiritual formation of all members and welcome all those who desire a relationship with God.
Holy Family celebrates mass on Sundays at 10:00am.
We are a faith community, called to be the family of God living in unity with diversity, in imitation of the living relationship of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit, three persons in one God. We accept and welcome All who are Members of the body of Christ regardless of denominational differences, or race, gender, marital status, sexual orientation or ethnicity. Therefore, we are catholic and ecumenical in our calling and way of life. As such; we welcome all to the table of the Lord, that all may have life and have it abundantly (Jn .10:10). We strive to reflect the Peace of Christ as individuals and as a community. We commit ourselves to promote Christ's peace through ministries of justice as led by the Spirit.
Pax Christi ECC celebrates mass on Saturdays at 4:30pm.
Light of Christ ECC celebrates mass on Saturdays at 5:00pm and Sundays at 11:45am.
Ft. Collins, Colorado
We are a group of Christians who recently voted to join the Ecumenical Catholic Communion. We chose the name Mary of Magdala because our community reflects the scriptural accounts of female and male leadership in the early church. We aim to inspire women to serve in visible liturgical roles.
Mary of Magdala celebrates mass on Saturdays at 5:00pm.
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