Halloween Cotton Candy Outreach 2019

It’s almost time for our annual Halloween cotton candy outreach! This event has become a staple for our church that we have been doing for 6 years now. If God can speak through Balaam’s donkey in the Old Testament, He can speak through cotton candy in our neighborhoods!

This year we will have 5 host houses, in and around Falcon and Colorado Springs. This outreach works best with volunteers who will commit to a few hours of their Halloween night making cotton candy, handing out warm drinks, and connecting with the families that come by.

Halloween Cotton Candy Houses

12671 Longview Park Lane

9641 Beryl Drive

14248 Woodrock Path

7587 Forest Valley Loop

3929 Topsail Drive

If you would like to volunteer please click the house link above and sign up for a time or let us know by emailing info@missiodeifalcon.org.

If you would like more information on why missio Dei chooses to engage Halloween please read our blog post from a few years ago.


Partnership is a way for people who consider missio Dei to be their home church to assume greater ownership of the vision and mission. Our next partnership classes will be September 16th and 23rd from 1-3p.

If you have questions about what partnership is please feel free to email us at info@www.missiodeifalcon.org, or if you would like to sign up for the class, please RSVP here.

missio Dei’s 5th Birthday Celebration – June 3rd, 2018

Last Sunday we celebrated our 5th Birthday as a church, God has been so faithful in showing his grace over these past few years. During service we brought up the 5 year olds who were born during that time, a visual illustration of the growth of the church over those 5 years and a great picture of how we have matured and grown just as these kids have.  If you missed this announcement last Sunday, you can watch it here.


Good Friday 2018

As we consider the Lord Jesus’ death, let us gather, worship, and contemplate the tremendous weight of this event. There will be childcare for infants – 3 years old. Invite your friends and share our event on facebook.

Easter Service 2018

Christ is Risen! He is risen indeed!!!

Join us as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. missio Dei will meet on Sunday morning April 1st at Woodmen Hills Elementary School at 10:00am to celebrate the risen King. Come early for photos, treats, and coffee. Stay after for cotton candy and fellowship!

missio Dei: Falcon welcomes you to our Easter Service, join us and bring any guests that you would like. Like our Facebook page, and share the invite to your friends!

Summer Park Playdates!

Park Playdates: Thursdays, 10:00-12:00.

All summer long moms and their children will gather at a local park for a few hours of fun and fellowship. You don’t have to have kids in order to come though! The location will change each month for variety.

If you have any questions please contact Mekenzie Thompson at 719-209-1086.

4th of July Festivities

Join us for three fun activities this holiday weekend!

Fireworks: July 3rd at Antler Creek Golf Course, for more info click here.

Softball: July 4th, 9:00-11:00, 4th annual missio Dei: Falcon Softball game! For directions click here.

Church-wide BBQ: July 4th, 11:00-2:00, after the softball game. The church will provide the hamburgers and hotdogs, but please bring a dish to share: a dessert (last name A-I), side (J-R), or drink (S-Z).  Also, for planning purposes please let Kolburt know if you can make it!

As with all missio Dei: Falcon events, bring a friend, neighbor, or family member along!

Connect and Play…because joy is contagious and church should be fun!

We are devoting this summer to creating a fun atmosphere that will cultivate deeper relationships and provide opportunities to invite new people into our midst.  The following is a list of opportunities to engage in this vision:


August 31st: Falcon Hills Park Playdate: Join us any time between 9:00 and 12:00. Playgrounds, large fields, and bathrooms for the kids! Invite a friend and bring a snack. Located off of Lichtfield Street.


Look for event updates in the coming weeks!

Easter Sunday Service

Join us Sunday, March 27th at 10:00am as we celebrate the good news of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead!  We will have missio: Kids for kids 0-5th grade and a photo booth to take a family photo prior to the service.  Bring a friend!

Good Friday Service

Join us Friday, March 25th at 6:00pm for a contemplative worship service.  We will spend an hour reflecting on the question, “Why did Jesus have to die?”  We will sing, study Scripture, and partake of communion together.  Childcare provided for kids 0-3yrs.

missio: Kids Toy Drive

Dear missio: Kids Families,

We are so excited to announce a really simple and practical way for our children and families to be on mission this month!! February is the month of “love.” Our culture tells us to look inward, that love is a feeling. Yet, as Christ followers, we know the greatest example of love was a gift; the sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross for us! So, we want to partner with you as parents to disciple your children to push the LOVE of Jesus beyond ourselves!

We will be serving St. Francis hospital by providing toys, stuffed animals, and blankets for the pediatric department! The hospital would love for each kid that is admitted or has an extended stay to have a toy, stuffed animal, or blanket. To that end, we will be collecting NEW toys, stuffed animals, and blankets for all ages; infant on up. The hospital is not particularly picky, but nothing that makes a lot of noise. Examples include; teething toys, dolls, super heroes, small Lego sets; something that can be enjoyed in a hospital bed. Please keep all tags on.

Please prayerfully consider going on mission with us this and following Christ’s example as we give!!! Donations can be brought to church on Saturday nights from now until the end of the month!! Also, if you are interested in bring your children to the hospital when we drop the items off, please contact me!


Doing life on mission together!

Kellie Schultz
missio: Kids Director

Lent Devotional

Ash Wednesday, February 10th, marks the beginning of the season of Lent for the Church calendar. Lent is the 46 days leading up to Easter that the Church has historically set aside to intentionally prepare our hearts for celebrating the Resurrection. This year our church will be engaging a devotional entitled “Journey to the Cross.”

The intentionality required to complete the devotional is well worth it. Please consider joining us as we prepare our hearts for the most amazing time of year, Easter!

You can download a PDF of the devotional here.

Clark Family Baptisms

Christmas Eve Service

Come celebrate the birth of our Savior with a candlelight Christmas Eve service. We will gather at Woodmen Hills Elementary School from 5:00-6:00 to sing, read, and spend time in community.

We will have a hot cocoa bar and a special presentation from missio: Kids!

Visitors and family members are certainly welcome! Hope to see you there!

Halloween (Reformation Day) Costume Parties!

On the evening of October 31st we will not gather at Woodmen Hills Elementary for our regular service. Instead we will be hosting three neighborhood costume parties in Falcon!  The parties will be held at:

The festivities begin at 6:00, and there will be cotton candy, hot chocolate, apple cider, music, yard games, and a atmosphere of fun!  Bring a friend and come celebrate Reformation Day (Or Halloween) with us!

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