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    The Kum Dubl Class has been active since 1948?

    Founded in November 1948, the Kum Dubl Class was designed in the years following WWII as a class for young marrieds, and remains active to this day.  Beginning with just eighteen couples and a facilitator, Miss Helen Burnham, over the past 65 years Kum Dubl has touched hundreds of lives through its teaching, its fellowship and social activities, and its projects of service and outreach.  The class continues to meet for study and reflection every Sunday morning and holds social events s...  Read More...

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    The Four Founders of the Disciples of Christ movement?

    Our denomination is considered to have "Four Founders":  Thomas Campbell, Barton Stone, Alexander Campbell, and Walter Scott.   It grew from two movements - the “Christians” led by Barton Stone in Kentucky, and the “Disciples” led by Thomas and Alexander Campbell in western Pennsylvania. Both grew popular among the people of their respective regions and by the time the streams merged together in 1832, they numbered approximately 22,000 adherents b...  Read More...

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    The meaning behind the baptistry stained glass window?

    The beautiful stained glass window above Central's baptistry, designed in the form of a dove, was given in memory of Arch Jeffries and designed by Creative Stained Glass Studio, Ltd. in Lakewood.  The liturgy from its dedication in February of 1998 describes the intended symbolism of the window in detail:Leader: The dove and the surrounding lines are a reference to the presence the Holy Spirit of God that descended upon Jesus after his baptism by John and said, ‚ÄúThis is my beloved Son, in w...  Read More...

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    Central has one of the best pipe organs in Denver?

    The original organ was installed in the church at 16th and Lincoln and was one of the few large organs in Denver at the time. Installed in 1902 by the Pilcher Organ Company (in an earlier sanctuary), and increased in size by the Reuter Organ Company in the 1950’s, Central’s historic pipe organ is considered to be one of the best in the city of Denver and was often the site for special recitals and musical events. In fact, Central’s pipe organ is the only remaining aspect of our...  Read More...

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