Sunday Morning:  Worship Service at 10:00am, Education Hour at 9:00

Other Local Outreach

In addition to those agencies that receive the bulk of our contributions and volunteerism, our church also supports a number of different local efforts.

Layers of Love

Our annual Layers of Love program, formerly known as Dress-A-Live-Doll, takes place each December, when our church provides Christmas for children residing at the Salvation Army Lambuth Center in west Denver, or others in need that are brought to our attention. Christmas for each child includes new clothes and a winter coat, as well as a toy for a present.  Watch the website and newsletter this fall for more details.

Church in Society

Through the Church in Society Department, we distribute a portion of our offerings in order to provide support to people in need and to spread goodwill throughout the community.  In the past year, contributions have been made directly to the following ministries of help and service agencies:

  • Anchor Center for Blind Children (educating and supporting visually impaired children and families)
  • Angel Tree – Prison Fellowship (for children of prisoners)
  • Boys and Girls Clubs (after-school programs)
  • Clothes to Kids (school clothes for low-income children)
  • Denver Rescue Mission (serving those experiencing homelessness or poverty )
  • Food Bank of the Rockies (fighting hunger )
  • Girls Inc. (inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold SM)
  • Hope for Heather Foundation (helping young women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer)
  • Hope House (serving teen mothers)
  • La Academia (education for under-served youth)
  • LEAP for Metro Denver (supporting low-income families winter heating costs)
  • Mercy Housing (affordable housing for low-income families)
  • Metro Care Ring (hunger prevention)
  • Mile High Down Syndrome Association (supporting people with Down syndrome)
  • Open Door (serving  homeless or low income people)
  • Save our Youth (helping at-risk youth)
  • Squeaky Bean Thanksgiving Feed 
  • Urban Peak (serving youth experiencing homelessness)
  • Warm Hearts Warm Babies (sewing, knitting, crocheting, and quilting for premature infants and babies in need)
  • Women’s Bean Project (helping women overcome poverty)
  • Work Options for Women (culinary job training for unemployed women

Team Central

Team Central is a group of people from the church who participate in local walks while wearing church T-shirts to let the community know that we are walking in the light of God.

Team Central at the Walk to End Alzheimer's