Whether you are looking for a new church home or are simply going to be visiting the Pueblo area in the near future, we would be honored to have you join with our family of believers...
The little group that began worship in a house on the south side of Pueblo, CO on November 26, 1967 became the Southwest church of Christ as we know it today. Marshall Cowan, Wayne Bacon, Greg Dwyer and Roger Nickels are the elders who serve and shepherd the flock. There are several deacons who oversee various programs of work. Gary Aragon is the evangelist/minister who leads a vigorous program of evangelism. Jaime Uher serves as receptionist and Kerri Diller as secretary and have been with the congregation many years. Southwest is a congregation that is known for its love and care for family. You are always welcome.
The All-Skate will be held on Tuesday, November 20, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Skate City in Belmont (615 Hunter Drive). EVERYONE IS INVITED. Please come out for fun and join in the fellowship, even if you don’t skate. Admission is free, however we are asking everyone to bring at least one food item PER PERSON for the “holiday baskets” as their entry fee (stuffing mix, gravy packets, canned vegetables, instant potatoes, etc.). For more details contact Cody Reagan or Kyler Hewes.
HELP IS NEEDED!! Thank you so much to Barb Dwyer who has graciously agreed to coordinate our 2019 Vacation Bible School! She will need lots of help, so please get in touch with her to volunteer your assistance in this effort.
The Ladies classes on Tuesday and Friday will start at 9:30 a.m. All the ladies are encouraged to come study the Bible and enjoy the fellowship.
Our annual Holiday Dinner will be held Sunday, November 18, immediately following our assembly. Make plans to attend with your family, friends, and neighbors. There are sign-up sheets on the table in the foyer. If you have any questions, please contact Tom or Melissa Luken. There will not be a 5:00 p.m. service, but someone will be at the building to provide communion to those that need it. On the 18th our evening service will be held at 1:00 p.m. There will not be a 5:00 p.m. service, but someone will be at the building to provide communion to those that need it.
We need teachers for the winter quarter. If you can help or if you need more information, contact Donna Wimp.
The following list has been updated and is needed for the food pantry: flour (small), sugar (small), cooking oil, oatmeal, boxed cereal (small), instant potatoes, peas, canned corn, green beans, 1 lb of pinto beans or rice, pancake mix, cornbread mix, syrup, cake mix/frosting, macaroni, spaghetti/spaghetti sauce (small), noodles, canned pasta sauce (small), peanut butter (small), jelly (small), apple/grape juices (small bottles), snack packs for kids, instant coffee- regular and decaf, Gatorade, canned meat (chicken/beef/tuna), mac & cheese, powdered milk, gravy packets, cornmeal, canned soups, & saltine crackers. PLEASE DO NOT DONATE HOME CANNED GOODS.