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First Church will have two inside Worship services: 9am and 10:30am, both on Sunday are invited! Due to latest government policies, our weekday Bible studies and meetings will be limited to groups of 10 or less, with masks and distancing, both indoors/outdoors until further notice.

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Mission Partnerships

First Church has developed relationships with several agencies and people within the greater Denver area and around the world that minister to specific needs. We support them financially through our General Fund and in person as needs and opportunities arise. Contact Programs & Office Administrator Mark Rippetoe

Denver Area Youth for Christ Juvenile Justice Ministry

Chaplain Claire Froehlich has been working in the Juvenile Justice Ministry with Youth For Christ (YFC) since June 2009. Claire has a passion for discipleship and helping at-risk youth come to know the life-changing love of Jesus Christ. She serves on the YFC Juvenile Justice Ministry team as a chaplain at Mt. View Youth Services Center. Claire offers tours of Mt. View Youth Services Center, where people meet some of the girls, learn about YFC's ministry, and have the opportunity to become a mentor to one of the girls. Contact First Church for more information.

The Table

Nourishment. Community. Grace. These three values are found most tangibly at the table as we eat, have conversation, and extend hospitality. The Table is a unique church in Denver's Platt Park Neighborhood that values all three by combining urban farming, community meals, and lively conversation in multiple venues. We aim to help people eat well, experience life-giving and authentic community, and explore the depth and breadth of the grace of Jesus Christ. No matter what your background or experience of faith, you're welcome to participate. Feed your body, feed your soul, and feed your community.

Craig & Jeanine Broek

En Gedi Children's Home in Athi River, Kenya

Margaret Njuguna is the Founder and Director of En-Gedi Children's Home in one of Nairobi's suburbs. En-Gedi Children's Home is the model in Kenya for best practices in the support and care for children with special needs. It enriches the lives of children with special needs through collaborating with families, government departments, like-minded agencies, faith-based organizations, and corporations to build a continuum of compassionate care.

The overall goal of En-Gedi Children's Home is to provide a home that will offer children with disabilities a healthy and safe environment where they can grow, learn, thrive and develop to their fullest potential.

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.Currently there are 17 children living at the home. Margaret says, "My heart for the children has been getting bigger and would like to take in more (especially those who are hidden and tethered behind dark rooms) and thus share God's love and light with more families and more communities." Her goal is to house up to 30 children in their newly constructed facility.



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Nicaragua Christian Academy (NCA) International in Managua, Nicaragua

Liam Starkenburg is the Director of NCA, which partners with Christian parents in developing spiritual, social, physical and academic excellence in students so that they can be active disciples of Jesus Christ. They currently have about 300 students enrolled.

Jessica teaches art classes at NCA, and is involved in several additional ministries. Liam, Jessica, and their four children (Caleb, Judah, Belen, and Asher) enjoy living, working and playing in Managua, with occasional trips back to the U.S. to visit their families and supporting churches.