In the News
May 16, 2021 | Trinity Church continues to stand in solidarity with George Floyd
Pastor Ken, Deb Meyer speak of anti-racial allyship and color awareness at Trinity Church. View the Channel 9 video story here.
March 15, 2021 | Religious leaders working to vaccinate homeless for COVID-19 one shot at a time
Pastor Ken and Trinity UMC recently teamed up with a homeless shelter and state health officials to create a COVID-19 vaccination clinic, with an emphasis on vaccinating the homeless. View the Denver Channel 7 video story here.
Janaury 18, 2021 | 2021 MLK Day Comes at a Time of Social Distancing, Social Division
Pastor Ken and people of different religious backgrounds coming together to close divide. View the Denver Channel 7 video story here.
June 9, 2020 | Activism and Faith intersect at vigil for george floyd
Pastor Ken Brown helps lead a candlelight vigil in Civic Center Park. Read the 5280 article here.
June 1, 2020 | Church leaders hit the streets as protests break out across the country
Recently, Pastor Ken Brown went from preaching on the pulpit to carrying his message of faith to the front lines of protests. Read the Denver Channel 7 story here.
May 17, 2020 | Coronavirus is taking a financial toll on Colorado's Houses of Worship. But religious leaders still have faith.
Pastor Ken Brown shares his views on how the coronavirus has impacted Trinity financially. Read the Denver Post Article here.
January 21, 2020 | Shabbot Service brings Interfaith Community together
Trinity was blessed to host an Interfaith Shabbot Service with our Jewish Community friends. See the Channel 7 newstory here.
January 6, 2020 | after decades of fighting over LGBTQ issues, United Methodist church considers splitting
From the pulpit, Senior Pastor Ken Brown preached about coming together, all while the denomination moves closer towards splitting in two. Read the Fox 17 news article here.
December 2019 | Pastor Ken shares perspective on potential UMC Split
Pastor Ken Brown shares Trinity's perspective on inclusion as a "pathway to honor people as they've been designed and created by God" in the context of a potential split in the United Methodist denonimation in a Channel 7 newstory here.