The columbarium project, in the works for around three years, took a giant step forward today when the primary unit and benches were delivered around noon.
The unit was offloaded, but due the size of the crane and access constraints, the crane operators were unable to position it on the slab; instead, it was positioned about 10 feet away, and soon will be positioned on the slab by members of the congregation with the proper equipment.
Soon, also, those CMF members charged with drafting operational policy and rules will, through CMF, submit the policy and rules to the general board for approval, and the general board will decide on administration of the columbarium.
More pictures of the delivery and offloading will be published shortly.
The Worship Committee 25 February approved a proposal for a weekly devotional on Bethany’s website, bethanyarapahoe.org, providing a spiritual dimension to the website. The devotionals will begin the first Monday in June, and will change weekly on Mondays thereafter.
Each devotional will be based on a scriptural theme. Upcoming themes will be published on the website several weeks in advance. Photographs will serve as the background for devotionals. Members of the Bethany church family are invited to submit photographic images based as closely as possible on the weekly themes.
Photographs selected for publication will be given attribution. No photographer will have more than three photographs selected for publication in a one-year period unless there are an insufficient number of photographs submitted for the devotional backgrounds. Photographs submitted must be taken by and owned by the submitting photographer in order to avoid copyright violations.
Digital images may be emailed to email@example.com, and the email must state that the image submitted is for website devotional background. Photographic prints also may be submitted, but will not appear as sharp when published due to scanning resolution limitations.
The following link is an example of a potential devotional.
Devotional X 180226