Gather With Us

 

EACH SUNDAY | 5PM

4625 E IOWA AVE
DENVER, CO 80220

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We recognize the profound impact our time together on Sundays has in shaping us as a community. Below is a description of what you can expect at one of our weekly gatherings.

Remember & Celebrate

Together we remember
our good & beautiful God,
create space to confess and lament the brokenness in us and around us,
and rehearse the story of Jesus, receive his forgiveness, and rest in his grace
through songs, prayers, and readings.

Consider & Respond

We tangibly submit ourselves to the Scriptures by reading & teaching the Word— a time where the Bible is honestly discussed and applied to our lives.
This culminates in our response with Communion— where those who follow Jesus remember and celebrate the reality of his grace by taking the bread and wine together.

Practice & Be Sent

We believe Sundays are spaces to reorient our hearts to who God is and what he is doing in the world. We spend considerable time in our gatherings becoming aware of & praying for the needs in our city and around the globe & hear specific ways people are practicing the way of Jesus. Our time together ends with a Benediction— where all are sent out to our neighborhoods to love our neighbors as ourselves.

 
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Seasons of the Church | Pentecost

Fifty days after Jesus’ resurrection, the Holy Spirit descended on the disciples on the day of Pentecost.

Pentecost symbolizes a new beginning. It celebrates the unleashing of the Spirit on the world and the empowering of the church to reach the world with the good news about Jesus. In celebrating Pentecost, the church expresses its gratitude for the faithfulness of Jesus in keeping his promise to send “another helper” (John 14:16), celebrates the work of the Spirit in renewing all of creation, and professes our confidence and security in knowing the Spirit’s power is available to us to pursue our calling to all nations.

Current Series

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The things we do, do something to us.
We are all formed and being formed. We are all worshippers. The question is what we are worshipping able to hold up the weight of our soul’s longings and desires?

During this series we discuss practical habits that together form a new way of being in the world and center our lives on God’s PRESENCE and his grace.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I’m not sure about Christianity?

We are so glad you’re considering exploring life with Jesus alongside us. We desire to cultivate environments & relationships where you can honestly bring your doubts, questions, hurts, and concerns into a dialogue with us at your own pace. You’re not a hinderance and you’re not a project for us, but we do want to help you in any way we can.

What should I expect at a Sunday gathering?

Our gatherings are an intentional mix of beautiful simplicity, meaning— we hope you are stirred to experience a bit of the goodness and truth of God in and through what we do, but we’re also not trying to impress anybody or put on a show. Our gatherings are more like a family and less like a performance. Families are a bit messy and really ordinary, but meaningful and what we need most. Our gatherings usually last an hour & 15 minutes. Even if we’re running over for some reason, we’ll always have you out by 6:30pm each week. Feel free to stick around & meet someone new!

Where do I go? What do I wear?

We gather in a facility of a partner church in our neighborhood, Denver Christian Bible Church, so don’t let that throw you off when you arrive. There is a parking lot behind the building (on the corner of E Iowa & Cherry) and you will see signs directing you into the door by the lot. If the parking lot is full, there should be ample street parking anywhere around the building. We gather together in the first room you see as you enter. As far as what to wear— come in what’s comfortable to you, but most of us are in jeans and t-shirts.

What denomination are you?

Our church community is made up of an eclectic mix of various church backgrounds and denominations. We are joined by one common denominator—Jesus is the reason we have life and is worthy of our allegiance and devotion. However, we voluntarily join with like-minded churches through our partnership and involvement with the Send Network and The Mile High Family of Churches.

What about my kids?

We love kids and families! Our biggest aim is to help families enjoy Jesus and learn to live for the joy of others. This happens in a variety of ways. You can learn more here.