Ministry Friends

Transforming our city and beyond by connecting people to Christ, Community and Calling.

Ministry Friends are other great organizations in and around our city that are doing a good work for the Lord.

Alternatives Pregnancy Center

What we do: APC exists to care for Denver-area women and men in pregnancy-related crises and offer them a meaningful alternative to abortion.

Janice Vogt
303.298.8815
Mail@YouHaveAlternatives.org
www.apcdenver.org

 


 

Apartment Life – Alvin & Christy McPherson

Apartment Life is a non-profit organization that seeks to connect people living within an apartment community to Christ and a local church.  “A Cares Team” is placed on the property to partner with the management by doing welcome visits and special community events, which connects the neighbors.

 

Alvin & Christy McPherson
804.882.3174
cmcpherson@coloradocommunity.org


 

Belay Enterprises/Bud’s Warehouse

Bud’s Warehouse partners with the church to create businesses that employ individuals rebuilding their lives from addictions, convictions or homelessness.

Jim Reiner
303.296.3990
bud@budswarehouse.org
www.belay.org

 


 

Christ’s Body Ministries

Their mission is to feed, clothe and share the gospel with Denver’s poor and homeless 365 days a year.

John Moorhead
303.860.1272
jrmoorheadcbm@msn.com
www.christsbody.org

 


 

Chuck Lewis Ministries

Chuck Lewis’ mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ, teach and strengthen believers, teach life skills and to have healthy relationships.

Chuck Lewis
720.277.5072
lewis80044@yahoo.com
chucklewisministries.com

 


 

Denver Area Youth for Christ

Their ministry goals and vision are focused on meeting the needs of juvenile delinquents who are incarcerated in a number of juvenile delinquent centers in the Denver area. They seek to make disciples of Christ.

Dan Marlow & Tim Butler
303.843.0370
tbutler@yfc.org
www.yfcdenver.org

 


 

Denver Rescue Mission

Their chief goal is to meet people at their physical and spiritual points of need. They provide food, shelter and clothing, along with practical programs of education, Christian teaching and work discipline with the aim of returning the poor, needy and homeless back to society as self-sufficient, productive citizens.

Tom Leavitt
303.297.1815
tleavitt@denrescue.org
www.denverrescuemission.org

 


 

Denver Street School

A Christian High School serving the urban/at-risk/troubled youth in the Denver Metro area. They believe that the right circumstances and in the right environment, all young people can learn, change their detrimental habits and find success. Your annual support serves Denver’s at-risk youth with counseling, college and career guidance, spiritual development, opportunities to serve others through missions trips and opportunities to participate in sports programs in addition to education support.

Tom Tillapaugh
303.860.1702
Tomtillapaugh@aol.com
www.denverstreetschool.org

 


 

Family Time Training

The mission of Family Time is to train families to teach children Christian principles and values in the home. In the process, families are given tools to become disciples that transform and impact their neighborhoods.

Kirk Weaver
303.433.7010
kirk@famtime.com
www.famtime.com

 


 

Forge

(formerly Kingdom Building Ministries)

Forge exists to expand God’s Kingdom by challenging people to fully devote their lives to God and by equipping them to live lives of active ministry. Heart on Fire. Lives on Purpose.

Loren Hayes

303.745.8191
laborers@forgeforward.org
www.forgeforward.org

 


 

Friends for Youth

Their vision is to reach out to at-risk youth by providing caring adults, safe places and a caring faithful community to support them in reaching their full potential. Their philosophy is mentoring youth through friendships with the spirit of Christ.

Terri Gillen
303.756.9285
terrig@friendsforyouth.com
www.friendsforyouth.com

 


 

Habitat for Humanity

HfH partners with people from all walks of life to help build decent affordable homes in which people can live and grow into all that God intends.

Margaret Bell
303.534.2929 x 336
mbell@habitatmetrodenver.org
www.habitatmetrodenver.org

 


 

Inner City Health

Inner City Health is a volunteer-based health care facility committed to improving the health care of low-income and medically uninsured families. Their primary motivation is to express their love of Christ, their love for people and their deep concern for people’s physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.

Margo Casey

720.833.5085
margoc@innercityhealth.com
www.innercityhealth.com

 


 

International Network of Children’s Ministry

This ministry is interdenominational and focuses on training, encouraging, networking and providing useful resources for parents, volunteers and leaders in children’s and family ministry.

Roxanne Walker

303.660.6626
roxanne.walker@incm.org
www.incm.org

 


 

Mile High Ministries

Inviting and equipping people from all walks of life to join in God’s transforming work on the margins of our communities. They have several programs: Joshua Station, Jamlac, Issachar, Loving Arms Teams, Denver Urban Semester, The Christmas Store and Urban Entry.

Nikki Kucharski

303.839.5198
info@milehighmin.org
www.milehighmin.org

 


 

Ministry of Hope Hall

Providing housing, spiritual and environmental services to our community. An Emergency Housing fund helps to provide housing for men and women in transition. Free internet café, computer lab, and food bank are also available.

Vincent Omegba or Liz Wenegieme

303.632.6584
hopehallforall@comcast.net
www.hopehallforall.org

 


 

More Than Music

We are called to take music to the spiritual margins of the world through performance, teaching, multi-media events and relational evangelism. Current outreach includes: prison, shelter, Alzheimer’s facilities, secular schools, jazz clubs and music venues worldwide. We give away instruments on a global level and have launched an academy of music and arts in Aurora.

Kaitlin McCarthy

303.696.2787
kaitlin@mtmonline.org
www.mtmonline.org

 


 

My Quiet Cave

My Quiet Cave is a mental health organization committed to filling the gap that exists between the church and the world of mental health. People with mental illnesses need support, those around them need information, and the Church needs to be equipped.

Brandon Appelhans – Founder, CEO

720.722.CAVE (2283)
brandon@myquietcave.org
www.myquietcave.org

 


 

New Man Connection

New Man Connection’s mission is connecting men to Jesus Christ, their families and their community.  Letting men know, no matter what their past is like, God has a plan for their lives.

Reed Richardson
720-862-8381
Rrichardson.nmc@gmail.com
www.nmc.website

 


 

Open Door Ministries

Their mission is to embrace needy and broken people in urban Denver with the heart and hands of Christ. Through their unique programs (residential homes, child care center, and disabled ministry) they supply tangible needs like food, clothing, and shelter, as well as intangible needs such as friendship, hope and Christian spiritual guidance.

David Warren

720.975.0107
dwarren@odmdenver.org
www.odmdenver.org

 


 

Prison Fellowship Ministry

PFM’s vision is two-fold. First, to see transformation of prisoners and their reconciliation to God, family and community through the power and truth of Jesus Christ. Second, to support believers in applying biblical thinking to all of life, enabling them to transform their communities through the grace and truth of Jesus Christ.

John Byrne – Area Director

651.497.1448
john_byrne@pfm.org
www.prisonfellowship.org

 


 

Project Cure

Project Cure receives donated new and used medical equipment. Supplies and life-saving equipment are distributed to 120 different countries throughout the world. They do assessment of medical facilities, ship equipment and hold clinics where people might walk days for medical care. Project Cure also responds in emergency aid situations (like Haiti).

Deb Givray

303.792.0729
debgivray@projectcure.org
www.projectcure.org

 


 

U.E.M.I.

The UEMI Vision is to take the Gospel to unreached people groups in India and other parts of Asia, show God’s love by caring for abandoned children and destitute women and plant churches by empowering Indian nationals to reach their neighbors with the Gospel through Community Transformation Centers and humanitarian relief.

Jennifer Bayer

720.404.1631
info@indiatransformed.org
www.uemi.org

 


 

Where Grace Abounds

WGA exists to guide and support men and women who seek to understand sexuality and relationships. Where Grace Abounds provides support for those who are sexually broken. They want to inspire all people to know and personally appropriate God’s plan for their sexuality and relationships.

Roger Jones

303.863.7757
info@wheregraceabounds.org
www.wheregraceabounds.org

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

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