Stoner Bible Study Will Help You Reach a Higher Place: This Week in Pot

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For most faithful followers of Christianity, getting high off the gospel is enough of a buzz. But a Denver-area church group promotes a form of spiritual connection that probably isn't allowed in most churches — or anywhere with a "no smoking" sign, for that matter. Centennial-based Stoners 4 Jesus promotes connecting with the Lord and other followers through the mind-altering effects of cannabis. More interested in Bibles than blunts, this group isn't just about getting high, but they won't say no to it, either.

Learn more about Stoners 4 Jesus's weekly meetings and other pot events in this week's Cannabis Calendar.

NORML's Colorado chapter will hold its monthly meeting on current and future marijuana issues (both local and national) on Wednesday, January 6, at Grow Big Supply. The meeting will run from 6 to 7:10 p.m. 

Christian/marijuana support group Stoners 4 Jesus — a church group whose members embrace the spiritual connection that cannabis brings them — holds weekly Bible-study meetings every Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Quince Essential Coffee House, located at 1447 Quince Street in Denver.

Sensi and Green Labs are hosting "Impact Network: Cannabis and Patients," a monthly discussion for the novice on medical cannabis, on Saturday, January 9, from noon to 5 p.m. Marijuana professionals and consultants will be on hand to discuss medical cannabis, answer questions for concerned patients and parents and connect them with the right resources. The discussions are open to all ages and free to attend after registering on eventbrite.

Terrapin Care Station on 33rd Avenue in Aurora offers free tours of its cultivation operation on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. Each four-person tour is first come, first served, and lasts about thirty minutes. After a short introductory video, guests will go on a walking tour through the growing facility, where they'll learn how Terrapin pot products are manufactured from seed to sale. For those of you hoping to take a selfie during the tour for your Instagram page, sorry — no photos allowed. Learn more at the Terrapin website. 21+

The Denver Kush Club and Spangalang Brewery are now hosting Vinyl Sundays — weekly parties dedicated to sharing the love of records, beer and ganja — at Spangalang. The Denver Kush Club will hand out free joint cards and merchandise while Spangalang forgets to charge full price for beers. Bring in some vinyl records to share and receive $1 off each beer. 21+

On Tuesday, January 12, Green Labs will host Bend and Blaze – a free, 21+ yoga class with optional cannabis consumption – from 6 to 7:15 p.m. Participants must register on the Bend and Blaze eventbrite page.

Know of an event that should be in the Cannabis Calendar? Send it to marijuana@westword.com.

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