Fellowship Groups

Broadmoor Community Church Fellowship Groups are created for people interested in making new friends and sharing common interests. They allow us to develop relationships with others. And they are a lot of fun! All fellowship events are included on the Church Calendar.

Literature From Around the World
This is an informal study group that meets to discuss a book about travel or pilgrimages . Our book club welcomes new participants, whether you have read the books or not! Times 
and place may be changed so please contact MarySue Wildman at mwildman6@aol.com or at 
(719) 634-8942 if you wish to join us.


  • September 15, 2016 7:00 PM Fordlandia by Greg Grandin Leader: MarySue Wildman With “Fordlandia,” Greg Grandin, a professor of history at New York University, tells a haunting story of Henry Ford’s failed endeavor to export Main Street America to the jungles of Brazil. Fordlandia was a commercial enterprise, intended to extract raw material for the production of motor cars, but it was framed as a civilizing mission, an attempt to build the ideal American society within the Amazon. As described in this fascinating account, it was also the reflection of one man’s personality — arrogant, brilliant and very odd.
  • November 17, 2016 7:00P.M. Hidden America by Jeanne Marie Laska Leader: Lynn Proctor Laska’s, a writer for GQ magazine, spent time shadowing people employed in jobs often given little if any consideration by the average person. Such positions as coal mining, truck drivers and working on an Alaskan oil rig are considered. Laska spends considerable time with the workers as she shadows them during and sometimes after work. She gives a vivid description of the jobs and people who have them which makes for an enjoyable read and at the same time is conscious raising and thought provoking.
  • January 19, 2017 7:00 P.M. The Secret Chord by Geraldine Brooks Leader: Peg Hunter Geraldine Brooks takes on one of literature’s richest and most enigmatic figures: a man who shimmers between history and legend. The Secret Chord provides new context for some of the best-known episodes of King David’s life while also focusing on others, even more remarkable and emotionally intense, that have been neglected. We see David through the eyes of those who love him or fear him—from the prophet Natan, voice of his conscience, to his wives Mikal, Avigail, and Batsheva, and finally to Solomon, the late-born son who redeems his Lear-like old age. Brooks has an uncanny ability to hear and transform characters from history, and this beautifully written, unvarnished saga of faith, desire, family, ambition, betrayal, and power will enthrall her many fans.
  • March 16, 2017 – 7:00 PM The Wright Brothers by David McCullough Leader: Becky Poole Two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize David McCullough tells the dramatic story-behind-the-story about the courageous brothers who taught the world how to fly: Wilbur and Orville Wright. In this thrilling book, master historian David McCullough draws on the immense riches of the Wright Papers, including private diaries, notebooks, scrapbooks, and more than a thousand letters from private family correspondence to tell the human side of the Wright Brothers’ story, including the little-known contributions of their sister, Katharine, without whom things might well have gone differently for them. (From the publisher.)
  • May 18, 2017 7:00 PM In the City of Bikes by Pete Jordon Leader: to be determined From its beginnings as an elitist pastime in the 1890s to the streetconsuming craze of the 1920s, from the bicycle’s role in a citywide resistance to the Nazi occupation to the White Bikes of the 1960s and the bike fishermen of today, Jordan chronicles the evolution of Amsterdam’s cycling. “In the City of Bikes is a funny, engaging and exhaustively researched tribute to Amsterdam’s unique biking history. But more than that, In the City of Bikes is a portrait of one man’s obsession with bikes. Jordan is an honest, self-effacing narrator, and there’s much that’s lovably comic about his inauguration into Amsterdam cyclo-culture.
Lee Evenson leads an educational bridge review on Tuesdays, September through April from 1:30 – 3:30 pm in the Otto Fellowship Hall.

Contact Lee (719-632-3460) for more information.

This is a group for anyone born between 1946-1964. We meet every other month for fellowship and/or mission work. Past events have included dancing, Halloween party, Oktoberfest, Sacred Heart Soup Kitchen and the annual New England Yankee Swap. Watch the website calendar or our weekly announcements for information on the next event.


For more information, contact the church office (773-1807).

This is an informal fellowship time with lots of good conversation and laughter for all women in the church and their friends. For restaurant or location venue, consult the weekly announcements or the Church Calendar on the website for the most up to date information.

This coming month’s outing:

October 11, 2016 at 5:30 PM we will have some good food at Romano’s Macaroni Grill at 2510 Tenderfoot Hill St. We will car pool from the church parking lot and leave at 5:15 PM. To make your reservations or need a ride from your house, please call Joan Capesius at 576-2621 by Monday, October 10, 2016. Everyone is welcome.

All women of the church, members and friends, are invited to attend any of our workshops!

For information on upcoming events please check the Church Calendar or call Ginny Rosinski (576-3570).

  • Women’s Fellowship Workshop –  These workshops are designed to create cards that are sold in the reception area. The money from these cards goes to support the various groups that the Women’s Fellowship helps. During the year there are times when we will be working on other projects for the groups we support.
  • Monthly Program Meetings – Please join the women of the church and friends for monthly meetings that may include a guest speaker or program and refreshments on the third Wednesday of the month, September through May.
  • Calendars for TESSA – Are you starting to get those free calendars in the mail from organizations that you donate to?  Well, TESSA’s victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault can use them. Put them in either of the Women’s Fellowship’s mail slots in the copier room in the office area. If you have any questions, please call Ginny Rosinski (576-3570).

2016-2017 Fellowship Schedule 
Pick up one of our pamphlets on either Resource Table.

Workshops will be the first Monday of the month (except for September 5 and January 9) at 1:45 in the Otto Hall.  We will make cards or work on other projects for the groups that we support.The Monthly meetings will be the 3rd Wednesday from 10:30-1:00 in the Glenview Room (unless otherwise noted).  Snacks will be provided.
  • September 21, 2016: 11:15 – Meet to carpool to an 11:30 lunch at the Golden Bee; Hostess: Ginny Rosinski; Call 576-3570 to make reservations.
  • October 19, 2016: 10:30 – Gather and snacks; 11:00 – Gail  Beaton portraying Sara Platt Decker who was involved with  women‘s clubs and their legacy (public libraries, national &  state parks, hospitals, etc.); Hostess: Alice Beaton.
  • Saturday November 5, 2016 – Colorado Springs Chapter of Ikebana Show in Otto Hall; 10:30 – 11:00 Open to Women‘s Fellowship11:00 – 1:00 – Open to the Public.
  • November 16, 2016: 10:30 – Gather and snacks; 11:00 –  Watch a movie; Hostess: Joan Capesius.
  • January 18, 2017: 10:30 – Gather and snacks; 11:00 – Favorite food/recipe swap; Hostess: Gloria Foster.
  • February 15, 2017: 10:30 – Gather and snacks; 11:00 – ‘Wisdom Healing Qigong’ presented by Connie Kreider; Hostess: Toni Alexander.
  • March 15, 2017: 10:30 – Gather and snacks; 11:00 – ‘Senior fraud’ presented by Laurie Orwig from Silver Key; Hostess: Ginny Rosinski.
  • April 19, 2017: 10:30 – Gather and snacks; 11:00 – Watch the movie: ‘Faith Like Potatoes’; Hostess: Kaye Thompson.
  • May 17, 2017: 11:00 – Meet to carpool to lunch at Old Chicago; Hostess – Toni Alexander; Call 471-7409 to make reservations.