Contact our church office
You can contact our church office if you have a question and need help finding an answer. Church office hours vary, but you can always send an email or leave a voicemail if we’re not in and we will get back to you shortly. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-279-5282.
Are you struggling and needing help?
Depending on what you are struggling with, there are a variety of resources available for you. First and foremost, the ministers and Pastoral Care Team volunteers at our church are ready to assist you. You can reach our on-call minister by emailing email@example.com or calling 720-CHURCH9 (720-248-7249).
While our Pastoral Care volunteers can help church members with a few rides, a meal or two, or be a companion in a difficult time, many things that you might need are beyond the scope of what our church can do. Fortunately there is a place to find help with everything from food and housing to legal aid and home repairs. It’s called 211, and you can either dial that number from your phone.
To access it by yourself, click here, and you’ll be directed to the entire collection of community assistance resources that you can look through on your schedule, no waiting involved. If you need help navigating the system from on of our Pastoral Care volunteers, write a note to the cares email and we’ll get one of our trained volunteers to help you.
The Getting There Guide helps to bridge the transportation gap of local citizens with mobility challenges, helping them live as independently as possible.
The printed/PDF guide will show you the best transit options for you. Download a free copy of the Getting There Guide, produced by the Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council (DRMAC), helps Denver area residents identify a variety of transportation options, including bus, train, biking and walking. It’s updated annually, so visit their website to find the most current version.
Colorado Crisis Services provides confidential and immediate support, 24/7/365. If you are in crisis or need help dealing with one, call this toll-free number 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 to speak to a trained professional.
When you call Colorado Crisis Services, you will be connected to a crisis counselor or trained professional with a master’s or doctoral degree. They offer translation services for non-English speakers, engage in immediate problem solving, and always make follow-up calls to ensure you receive continued care. Their walk-in crisis services are open 24/7, and offer confidential, in-person crisis support, information and referrals to anyone in need.
Coping & Resilience
Sometimes we all need a little help figuring out how to deal with life. We might not be ready for a crisis intervention, but we could use a few helpful pointers on how to deal with stress, loss, and more. The Colorado Spirit Team at the Jefferson Center for Mental Health shared this short presentation on the 7 C’s of Resilience with our members in December 2020. Because of personal sharing during the presentation, we aren’t able to share a video, but here’s the full slide-deck of what you might want to know.
Grief & Loss
Are you experiencing grief over the loss of a loved one, or another challenging circumstance? First and foremost, you can always reach out to your ministers by calling 720-CHURCH9 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, there are a number of resources you might want to know about. Our pastoral care team holds a six session grief support group every fall for people looking to connect about grief in community. The Jefferson Center for Mental Health has also put together a compilation of local grief support groups and resources that might also have some of what you’re looking for.