Shepherd of the Hills COVID-19 Update
Per CDC, State, County and City stipulations, Shepherd of the Hills is able to gather in person once again.
- We resumed Worship Services in our sanctuary.
- See our Home page for our Zoom & In Person Worship and Shepherd At Home Worship message.
- All Community activities are ramping back into pre-COVID schedules and the building is open for all groups.
- We support Online Giving.
We continue holding you, our community, our health workers and first responders, our state, and our national leaders in prayer.
May God keep you safe and well.
Community is about Helping Others
Shepherd serves as a collection site for several non-profit agencies and sponsors activities to assist our community.
To schedule a drop-off appointment please call 303.530.4422.
Donation receipts are provided.
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Serving within the Boulder Community
The community is welcome to participate in any and all Shepherd activities and events!
Shepherd's facilities are available for use by non-profit organizations and community groups. Click here for more information about community use of the building and facilities.
King Soopers Neighborhood Rewards Program
We have teamed up with King Soopers and their Neighborhood Rewards Program. The program card costs nothing, but 5% of your purchases of groceries or gasoline are donated back to Shepherd of the Hills. These funds are then used for future ministry projects.
There is a sign-up sheet at the church entrance, or see more details on the Giving page.
Community Infant Program (CIP)
A program of Boulder County Public Health, the Community Infant Program (CIP) works with high-risk families to promote healthy attachments between parents and infants.
CIP services focus on positive parenting, healthy nutrition and feeding practices, and creating family support systems. Services are provided for a limited number of high-need families with children from birth to three years of age.
We are a collection site for disposable diapers, food & formula, clothes, gear, baby furniture, and strollers.
The congregation also provides a Thanksgiving Food Box collection for CIP clients each year. As many as 120 complete Thanksgiving food boxes are typically provided to CIP clients each year.
We always have a need for disposable diapers for these families with young children. Current need is for sizes 1 and 2 especially, but any size is welcome.
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless (BSH) provides safe shelter, food, support services, and an avenue to self-sufficiency for homeless adults in our community.
Shepherd reaches out to BSH by serving as a collection site for a variety of personal items such as toiletries, combs, blankets, socks, etc., as well as general housekeeping supplies. In fall/winter months we focus on jackets, gloves, and other cold-weather gear.
Congregation members serve meals at the Shelter the first and third Tuesdays of each month, 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m., from October through April. Anyone wishing to assist is invited to call the church office at 303.530.4422 for more details.
- Travel size toiletries (especially shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, bath soap, deodorant)
- Disposable razors
- Shaving cream
- Kleenex, Q-tips, sunblock, ChapStick, combs, lotion.
- Earplugs, reading glasses
The Joshua School
We collect ‘Box-Tops for Education’ stamps as well as 'Labels for Education' canned soup labels to donate to the our friends at The Joshua School.
If you can contribute some of these, please place them in the labeled box near the entrance to Shepherd’s Sanctuary. Thank you!