If you are a 20 something DCCer who would like to connect with other post-college 20 somethings, please join us as we explore life and faith together. We will be meeting on Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, from September 18 through November 13 at Uptown....
Why do we believe what we believe? Christians have thought, written, and discussed a lot over the past 2000 years on a number of topics such as creation, the nature of God, salvation, heaven and hell. Join us for a meaningful look at the major movements in Christian...
The Premarital Learning Community is for seriously dating or engaged couples. Covering topics such as: marriage as a covenant, communication, conflict, finances, sex, and family of origin patterns. Taught in an interactive group setting by professional counselors,...
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Dry Bones staff and volunteers are committed to serving the large population of homeless teens and young adults living in downtown Denver. The youth who live on the streets of Denver range in age from 12 into their mid-twenties. Dry Bones connects these young people with resources, nutrition, entertainment, and new friends.
Dry Bones is a place where followers of Christ connect with those living on the streets and all of our faith grows as we discover new life and good news together.
Come see your city like you’ve never seen it before as you join Dry Bones on a “turf tour”. We will walk through the city and look closely at some areas where life happens for our friends who are homeless. It is an eye opening experience and an opportunity to step into someone else’s shoes for a bit. Meet at 2:00 pm on Sunday, September 21 in front of the Metro Apartments right behind Coors Field at 2121 Delgany Street. Sign up in the chapel, space is limited.
*Please wear comfortable, closed toe shoes (we will be walking in areas with needles where your feet will need to be protected) and dress for the weather as we will be walking outside for about 2-2.5 hours*