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Memories shape present actions and future visions. Christianity is currently under attack and organized religion, as we know it, seems to be disappearing. Before memory fades into myth, it was considered important by members of our church to write the history of our congregation. This is the story of the people, events, and practices of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church located in Colorado at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Early pioneer settlers were called to gather out of need, hope, faith, and affection to join as an Episcopal congregation and build a church. It is not the largest church in the area, nor is it the smallest. Yet, it has survived some 147 years to become the longest continuing congregation in the St. Vrain Valley. May its story serve to encourage and inspire future spiritual pilgrims.
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Sandy Hargrove graduated from college with degrees in History and post graduate studies and fieldwork in Anthropology/Archaelogy and Geography. She taught a variety of Social Studies courses for 30 years in the public school system in Fort Collins, Colorado. Now she is retired and living with her husband and family of cats in a rural area near Longmont. In retirement she has written 13 books that focus on the history of people (three biographies: two artists and a sea captain), places (an English girl's school), and collectables from the 1950's (Oya Hawaiian perfume bottles, Makaleka Hawaiian Dolls, Jay Dolls from Ireland, Carselle & Poveda Dolls from Mexico, Casa Maya Jewelry from Mexico). Mrs. Hargrove travels extensively, takes violin lessons, is a member of the DAR, and is active in her church in addition to writing books.
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Book Description Createspace Independent Pub, 2015. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 234 pages. 11.00x8.50x0.55 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1519477104