Welcome Vistors

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...visitors

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.

Services

Sunday Bible Study 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
1635 S. Pueblo Blvd
Pueblo, CO 81005
719-564-3873

CASA YOUTH/WORK TRIP

Youth and adults planning to participate in our upcoming Casa mission trip, please be sure to get signed-up. The sign-up sheet is located on the desk in the foyer.

CHANGE FOR VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL:

We need your help! We really want to to have a VBS this year, but we have not been able to raise enough volunteers for a morning VBS. It has been decided to try for an evening VBS. The evening VBS will include classes for adults. We are hoping to have it from 6:00-8:00 p.m. on June 17th - 20th. If you are available and willing to help for two hours on these four days, please contact Barbara Dwyer. Which member of the Faith Force describes you: Kid Kindness (4 men help a Friend), The Truth Titan (Micaiah), Captain Courage (David) or The Guardian of Goodness (Daniel)?

Lads to Leaders

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The 2019 Lads to Leaders (L2L) Convention will be May 3-5 in Denver at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. We have 17 kids going who will be competing in speech, debate, art, and Bible Bowl. If you have questions, please contact Phil Bennett.

Food Pantry

The following list has been updated and is needed for the food pantry: flour, sugar, cooking oil, oatmeal, boxed cereal, instant potatoes, peas, canned corn, green beans, pinto beans, rice, pancake mix, cornbread mix, syrup, cake mix/frosting, macaroni, spaghetti/spaghetti sauce, noodles, peanut butter, jelly, instant coffee-regular and decaf, canned meat (chicken/beef/ tuna), mac & cheese, powdered milk, gravy packets, cornmeal, stuffing, canned soups, & saltine crackers. PLEASE DO NOT DONATE HOME CANNED GOODS.
Thank you for your generosity!