Jesus came near and said to them, “All authority has been given to me in heaven and on earth. 19 Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
Christian Standard Bible. (2017). (Mt 28:18–20). Nashville, TN: Holman Bible Publishers.
I am, Reverend Dennis William Hawkins, how may I serve you? I am, a non-denominational, Christian
Minister. I serve, The Lord Jesus Christ, and all His people, by performing; Baptisms, Confirmations,
Marriages, Love Commitments, Anointing of the Sick,
various, blessings, and funerals.
I believe that people are called by the Lord Jesus Christ to serve him, in His ministry, and this I try and do to the best of my ability. I am an independent
non-denominational Christian Minister, Catholic by ecumenical by faith.
I was a student of the Moody Bible Institute, and completed one
year of training at the Saint John of the Cross Theological School.
I am a nine year veteran of the United States Air Force.
I am versed in the knowledge of the Roman Catholic Church,
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints,
the Christian Science Church, as well as several
protestant denominations. I have taught several Bible classes
and feel very comfortable teaching the Bible. I have visited
hospitals, senior citizen homes, etc, to help bring the message
of Jesus Christ to all his children.
I have Officiated at civilian and military funerals.
I have done HOME FUNERALS.
I have officiated at civilian and military weddings.
I am happy to celebrate your wedding with respect for your traditions and needs.
I will serve the couple as an assistant to bring about the best wedding possible.
Helping the couple write their vows, helping with the Ring Ceremony, helping with other different ceremonies; Wine Ceremony, Candle-Lighting Ceremony, Rose Ceremony, etc.
I also assist the couple if needed, with setting up the processional.
Catholic and can't be married in the Church, call me! For a catholic type wedding.
It is the Bride and Groom's day, so I assist the couple to make it
their special day.
I welcome all to be Blessed of the Lord Jesus Christ.
CUSTOM Weddings at the Location of your choice.
Full Wedding Ceremony, with one rehearsal is: $300.00
Wedding Vows only: $60.00
Weddings more than 50 miles distance from the Reverend's home cost an extra: $50.00
Full Funeral Ceremony: $175.00
Graveside Ceremony: $80.00
Deborah and Dennis are both from Chicago, Illinois. They were both raised in Chicago until they left for the United States Air Force (him). Deborah and Dennis lived one block from each other, but did not meet until 1973. Deborah & Dennis were married on Wednesday, March 13, 1974, in Chicago. They have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. They have lived in Illinois, Texas, Ohio, Nebraska, Arizona and Colorado.
Julia Greeley, Servant of GOD!
Julia Greeley was an ex-slave with a patch over one eye. Julia was born in Hannibal, Missouri, but the exact date of her birth is unknown. Also, her surname is also unknown. She adopted the surname of Greeley, the reasons are unknown. Some say she took the surname from Horace Greeley, when she was a maid to his second wife. Julia, came to Colorado in the late 1800's. She arrived by train, with Mrs. Gilpin and her four children. Julia was the nurse and servant in the employ of Governor William Gilpin. She served in this position until it was ended by death. Julia was remembered in Mrs. Gilpin's will, and received a gift money, that could have resulted in Julia having a comfortable life. However, with Julia the poor and needy came first, and she gave the money away, this included her own grave plot. Julia, was baptized a Roman Catholic in 1880, and belonged to the third order of Saint Francis, taking the name of Elizabeth. She was a daily communicant and fasted daily. She was a member of the Sacred Heart Parish, in Denver, Colorado. Julia stricken with illness on Friday, June 7, 1918, on her way to Sacred Heart church. Julia died in St. Joseph Hospital, Denver on Friday, June 7, 1918. Her Funeral was held at Sacred Heart Church, Julia was buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. In 1950 Agnes Mary Urquhart and her daughter Marjorie purchased the Headstone for Julia's grave. After her death in 1918, a miracle was attributed to Julia, in the total recovery of a cancer patient as reported by Doctor Martin Currigan. The family of the patient prayed to Julia, for her intercession. This reported intercession, coupled with Julia's life of holiness, led to efforts to have her canonized, in the 1970's. Julia has yet to be beatified.
On Friday, May 26, 2017, Julia Greeley moved a step closer to sainthood. Her body was exhumed as part of the sainthood investigation.
On Wednesday, June 7, 2017, the 99th anniversary of Julia Greeley's death, her remains were moved to the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (Denver, CO) Auxiliary Bishop Jorge Rodrigues-Novelo officiated and Blessed the mortal remains of Julia Greeley during a public ceremony and viewing. Julia Greeley, now has the title; Servant of God! After the viewing the remains were sealed in funerary box made of purple Heart wood, and placed in a prominent spot next to the Altar. Julia Greeley is the first person buried at the Cathedral.
Tomb of Julia Greeley