Serve the City
City Church Denver seeks to minister to our city in practical ways. This list of organizations describes some of the ways that our church and members are being equipped and mobilized to serve our city, state, and nation. Most of these organizations have City Church members serving as volunteers and/or staff and some are supported financially from our budget. Many have had our Community Groups come serve in larger capacities as well.
Please take time to visit our partners’ websites for more detailed information about who they are, what they do, and specific service and giving opportunities for yourself or a group. Please let them know you’re with City Church Denver so they can better connect you with opportunities and others serving from our community. Further questions about City Church Denver Missions? Contact the Missions Team.
One way City Church can support our missions partners is through the radical act of prayer. If you’d like to receive a monthly email listing the prayer needs of our partners fill out the information below.
Service Opportunities: God’s handiwork and the beauty of his creation are just waiting for you to share with someone. Let COFA help you make this happen and invite your family and friends to a COFA event.
Service Opportunities: Adopt a Campus: serve college students by feeding them, praying for them, doing ministry with them, or providing areas of professional expertise. Assist with the Denver student leader retreat by spending a weekend in the mountains serving students’ physical needs (cooking, cleaning, etc.). There are also opportunities to mentor/disciple student leaders and to speak in various forums.
Full-time attorneys, paralegals and volunteers manage approximately 50 active cases each week. Last year, JAMLAC provide bi-lingual direct service to over 800 clients who would otherwise have inadequate or no access to the legal justice system. 97% of who were victims of domestic abuse. We desire to pursue justice by increasing and improving legal aid services to the most vulnerable in our community.
Service Opportunities: Multiple opportunities for individuals and groups including Spruce-A-Room when a family moves out of transitional housing to prepare it for another family; provide and prepare a community dinner for the families; babysitting in the playrooms to give single mom’s a break; one-on-one tutoring for children and adults studying for their GED; handiwork and maintenance at facilities; Pro Bono work or volunteering in the office of JAMLAC.
Description: Street’s Hope is a faith-based, non-profit organization created to assist women desiring to leave sexually oriented businesses such as prostitution, escort services, exotic dancing, and pornography. Street’s Hope encourages each woman to become balanced (physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually), to be self-supporting apart from the sex for sale industry, and to become an active part of a healthy community. A transitional housing facility along with non-resident programs offer recovery groups, counseling, education, life skills, case management, mentoring, shelter, food, and clothing.
Service Opportunities: Women volunteers are needed to mentor participants as well as assist mentors (training is provided and mentors can set their own level of participation). This includes teaching life skills classes or leading a Bible study. Volunteers, male or female, are also needed to help run the fundraising events, do home maintenance projects, grounds and vehicle maintenance, prepare meals for the House Dinners, and plan/host events and parties. Financial donations as well as donations of clothing, furniture, and bibles, prayer support and transportation help are also needed.