We don’t just have a vision for our church to flourish, we have a vision for our city to flourish.

Our faith and our action have the potential to change the world. There are incredible organizations in our city that we love and want to come alongside.  We can live out our calling to be the hands and feet of Jesus.

Together we can make a difference. Let’s go deliver hope and help and love our city.


Serve Saturdays happen each month. They are a way for us to continually love and serve our cities in Northern Colorado. Each time we have a few projects you can join and also opportunities to give through our donation drives.

Mountain 1

Serve Saturdays

Check out whats coming up and join a project.

Mountain 2

Supply Drives

Find out what we are collecting and how you can give.



Click below to find out how you can serve with one of these amazing organizations

Fort Collins Rescue Mission

Serve a meal to someone experiencing homelessness.

FoCo Cafe

Make fresh food and help end hunger.

Larimer County Food Bank

Sort, pack and distribute food.

Serve 6.8

Help alleviate current struggles by serving families in the resource center.

The Murphy Center

Deliver a meal, serve coffee, help sort gear, lots of options to make an impact.

Realities for Children

Lend a hand and serve at an event, input data or drop off household items for families.

Mason Place

Serve alongside to create vibrant, sustainable communities throughout Fort Collins.

America’s Kids Belong

Take your next steps in preparing to be a Foster Parent.

Realities for Children – Youth

Support kids and youth who need a foster family in Larimer County.

The Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado

Hold babies, play with kiddos, assistant in an ESL classroom, tutor or serve on the food truck.

Catholic Charities

Serve families in critical ways, show your care through dinner and a conversation.

The Boys and Girls Club

Mentor, help with homework and support kids and teens.


Our Local Mission Partners


  • Pray
  • Go slow- keep your eyes and ears open so you can notice things and people.
  • Get eye level with people. Sit on a curb, kneel beside wheelchair, pull up a seat, never hover.
  • Don’t assume what people need, ask questions, and listen to understand.
  • Call people by name.
  • Smile, take a deep breath. We’re doing this with the Holy Spirit and the goal is to spread love.