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If you’re looking for a spiritual community that not only invites its members to grow together but also laugh together, we offer many groups, classes and opportunities for you to uncover your beautiful, divine essence in a relaxed, nurturing and fun way.

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Upcoming Events and Classes


The Good Grief Group

The Good Grief Group will meet in person at 11:30am on the first Sunday of the month, at Columbine No registration is needed. Contact facilitators Karen van Vuuren at or Katerina Gotchell at for details.

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Trunk or Treat - Sun 10/29 @ 11am

TRUNK-or-TREAT is back by popular demand! On Sunday Oct 29, let’s bust it out again this year for our children (and adults) who love Halloween! Yes — there will be a prize for the best decorated trunk —jugged by the YOU! All who want to participate: *With your most creative theme, decorate your vehicle’s trunk on Sunday Oct. 29th *You can pass out candy or something like stickers etc. to the kids *Come early on Sunday Oct. 29th to set up your trunk, so you’re ready by 11:10am. *Wear a costume!! *Have FUN!

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Wednesday Meditation Services 

Meditations are offered in a hybrid fashion every Wednesday at 7pm. Anyone can attend either in person in the Columbine conference room or via Zoom. The plan is for the meditation time to last about an hour, opening with a prayer, followed by various meditation practices and closing with a prayer. There will be different meditation leads rotating each week. A love offering will be accepted in support of Columbine but is not required. Use this Zoom link to come join us, connect with your heart, the love that you are!

Ongoing Groups


Way of Mastery

Mondays at 6:30 pm MT

Please contact Rev. Tink Hansen 303-908-8087 and/or for meeting information. Zoom meetings for now, with potential in person in the future.


The Good Grief Group

11:30am MT on the 1st Sunday of each month

The Good Grief Group provides love and support for spiritual transformation after loss. We meet in person at 11:30am on the first Sunday of each month at Columbine. No registration is needed. Contact facilitators Karen van Vuuren: or Katerina Gotchell: for details.

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Conscious Awareness

Tuesdays at 6:30 pm MT

This drop-in group explores the Direct Path to enlightenment as practiced by such masters as Rupert Spira and Mooji.  Please contact the facilitator for more information.

Friends in Nature

Mental Health Support Group

Tuesdays at 6:30 pm MT

We are facilitating a weekly group for those of us in our Columbine Community who struggle with depression, anxiety, bipolar or related mental health issues and have a desire to connect with each other in a confidential, supportive way. This is strictly a peer support group and is not a replacement for therapy, counseling or medical treatment.

Please contact the facilitator for more information.

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Soul-Full Women

Thursday at 12pm MT

This is a self-creating group that offers nurturing opportunities to spend time with other women.

Please contact the facilitator for more information.

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Columbine Open Men’s Circle

1st and 3rd Monday of Each Month at 6:30pm

Are you interested in building relationships with other like-minded men? 

We come together to find our balance, reduce stress, learn self-healing, and manifest our best life.

Our meetings are in-person on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 6:30pm - 8:00pm.


Columbine Social Singles Group

Dates & Times Vary

This is not intended to be a dating group, but rather where like-minded folks can get together for fun activities, outings and learning and try new things.  Join the group for hikes, concerts, group events, hang outs at coffee shops, going out to eat, and much more. All singles are welcome! Sign up to receive updates of upcoming events and outings. 



Path to Belonging

Most people have a basic need to feel they belong. Being part of a spiritual community can help you gain that sense of belonging. We recognize, though, that it’s up to  each individual to develop connections in order to feel like they belong to any community. To help you connect and gain a sense of belonging, we have created our Path to Belonging, which includes a list of suggested spiritual activities. These are meant to help you grow, learn Unity teachings and develop relationships within Columbine.

Path to Membership

If you are looking to step into that next level of commitment to Columbine Spiritual Center, our path to voting membership is a list of required spiritual activities that we feel are a minimum every voting member needs to complete.  Columbine is a self-supporting ministry, which means it takes many people to operate a community of our size. Voting members are committed to ensuring our community is sustainable by providing their time, talent and treasure to Columbine. When you devote your time and financial resources to Columbine and understand our teachings, you will feel a greater sense of belonging and feel more supported, which can change your life for the better in many ways.

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