Den Update & "Captain America: Civil War" Movie Review

Our goal is to keep you in the know with Middle School in the Den.

Our teaching series this month is titled The Power of a Summer Same.


God doesn't call you to be successful, he calls you to be faithful.


John 15:1-4


  1. Early-bird deadline for Summer Camp registration: June 6
    Any middle school or high school student is invited to attend. Visit for information and to sign-up. Summer Camp will be July 10-16, 2016 in Glorieta, New Mexico.

  2. Summer Wednesdays begin on June 1 at 6:30-8
    On that night we'll have an event at Challenger Park. The calendar of summer events is located here.

  3. Rockies Day Game on June 29
    We're taking a day trip to the Rockies game vs. Toronto! Cost is $15, please register online.

  4. Water World Adventure on July 20
    Grab sunscreen and sunglasses, we're headed to Water World! Cost is $55 per student.  This will include transportation, ticket into the park and all you can eat/drink at the Water World buffet.  Register online.


Movie Review - "Captain America: Civil War"
For years, the Avengers—both separately and collectively—have saved the world time and time again. They've rescued thousands, millions, even billions of people from terrible fates. But their unsanctioned do-gooding has not come without cost. Innocent people are sometimes still inside those exploding buildings and falling cars. Sure, maybe the Avengers mean well, but that's not much solace to the folks who've lost their husbands and wives, parents and children. And the world begins to wonder whether it's such a good idea to let a handful of superhuman individuals—each one a frighteningly emotional weapon of mass destruction—to run loose across the earth without any safeguards. Click here to read the full review.