Dare to Care

In a Nutshell

Dare to Care was created from our passion to love and serve the people of our community.

FAQs

How does it work?

 Each month we look for opportunities to serve. We call each one an “OutServing Opportunity.” We put together all the details, then ask you to consider jumping in with us and heading out to serve our amazing community!

Do I need to have any certain skills?

Nope! We will train you as needed based on the Out-Serving Opportunity. We’ve had 3 year-olds helping out, so don’t let the word “serve” scare you away!

I'm ready—how do I dive in?

Typically we have sign-up sheets in our campus lobbies, but you may also contact us via one of our amazing Pastoral Assistants, Corrinne Diller.

Email Corrinne

Upcoming Dare to Care Events

RUN for the DOOR 5K (supporting Open Door Ministries) | May 23, 2015

Join Open Door Ministries on Memorial Day Weekend for a family-friendly run addressing the root causes of poverty in urban Denver! Race starts at 8:30am.

100% of proceeds go straight to Open Door Ministries!

Serious runners, just-wanna-walk-ers, wheel-chair rollers, and stroller riders all welcome! Prize goes to most goofy costume.

No need to register kiddos ages 0 – 4. Parking available in the neighborhoods around Cheesman.

RFTD5K is a professionally chip-timed run. No packet pick-up ahead of time. Just check in before the race near the Cheesman Pavilion.

Visit www.runforthedoor.org or contact Megan Romberger at megan@odmdenver.org or720-975-0103 for more information.

PROJECT CURE: KITS for KIDS | March 14-22, 2015

Join Project Cure as they fill Kits for Kids bags. This is a powerful package, filled with personal hygiene and basic medicine cabinet items that are scarce for many families in the developing world.

Visit the Project Cure lobby table March 14 & 15 to pick up a bag and then fill it with one of each of these items: Acetaminophen, Adhesive Bandages, Triple Antibiotic Ointment, Toothbrushes (4), Hand Sanitizer, Elastic Bandages, Safety Pins, Comb, Facial Tissues (travel sized), Blunt Scissors, Tweezers, Nail Clippers, Bar Soap and a $5 donation.

We provide the bag; you fill it and provide health and hope to the world.

Drop off filled bags at the Project Cure lobby table at church the weekend of March 21 & 22!

MOBILE FOOD BANK of the ROCKIES

Every second Wednesday of the month and the fourth Wednesday of the month from 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM (food distribution is from 3-5pm).

Partnering with the Food Bank of the Rockies, we will be distributing free fruit, vegetables and other items. Volunteers are needed and must arrive by 2:30 pm for a brief meeting and stay until the distribution is complete.

Meet in the Lobby in the West Building at the church

Questions? Contact our Community Involvement Department | 303-256-2888 | community@coloradocommunity.org

Questions? Contact our Community Involvement Department
303-256-2888 | community@coloradocommunity.org

Questions? Contact our
Community Involvement Department
303-256-2888
community@coloradocommunity.org

Let It Snow!
Due to the extremely inclement weather, we unfortunately have to cancel services today. We are disappointed, but at the same time, we want you safe!

If you miss the service this weekend, please visit our Online Sermons webpage to watch (or listen to) the weekend's sermon. Sermons are posted by 9am each Monday.

We truly apologize for the inconvenience!
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