THE SACRED GRACE
THE SACRED GRACE
A parish church takes spiritual and social responsibility over a specific geography.
Our parish is 2 square miles west of the Anschutz Medical Campus and south of Stapleton.
As the world converges on East Colfax, we desire to be a church that disciples people in the way of Jesus.
We are a part of a family of churches that share vision, values, rhythms, and resources. Our prayer is to see God's Kingdom come to every neighborhood in Denver as it is in heaven.
RHYTHMS & SCHEDULE
RHYTHMS & SCHEDULE
Childcare is provided at our Worship Gatherings.
The last Sunday of each month is our Community Dinner following the service.
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We currently have a Table Group that meets on Tuesdays at 6:30pm and a group that meets Thursdays at 6:30pm.
We believe in the value sharing a meal consistently shapes the rhythms of our life together.
Table Groups are where we connect with those who want to create the family of The Sacred Grace East Colfax.
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We provide lunch for the students and teachers at Denver Street School every Thursday.
This allows us to meet a tangible need by providing lunch and allows us to develop relationships with the students over a shared table.
This is one of the ways we work towards the ongoing spiritual and social renewal of our neighborhood.
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Joe is an avid runner, mediocre chef, and an aspiring pastor.
Joe is from Asheville, North Carolina. His undergraduate is from the University of Arkansas and spent summers in college at a camp in Southwest Colorado. Joe’s Masters of Divinity is from Denver Seminary was previously on staff at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church.
Joe is married to Kate, they have had the privilege of caring for several different foster children, and are expecting their own biological child in 2019. Joe and Kate have lived at 22nd and Lima in the North Aurora neighborhood for 3 years.
Ruben is passionate about good stories, film, and food.
Ruben was born in Nampa, Idaho and spent his youth and adolescence moving from place to place around the United States. He attended Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska. After college, he attended the Act One School of Writing in Malibu, California to achieve a certification in screenwriting.
Ruben has worked in youth ministry for 10 years. He lives in North Aurora with his wife Kayla and their daughters Primrose and Guinevere.
To join God in the work He is doing on East Colfax we depend on the consistent and generous contributions of individuals and organizations. The Sacred Grace is a 501(c)3 organization.
2019 Income Budget $130,000
Internal Giving $30,000
External Support $50,000
“Seed” Investment of The Sacred Grace $50,000
2019 Expense Budget $125,000
Parish Ministry & Missions $13,600
Facilities & Operations $10,000
Central Contribution to The Sacred Grace $11,400
This prayer of generosity that we say each week at our Worship Gatherings roots us as a church in why we choose to give.
All that we have we have received from God. We bring nothing into this world and we take nothing out of it.
We choose to follow the way of Jesus and increase in generosity until it can be said, ”there is no one in need among us.”
We choose to be faithful stewards of all our resources: relationships, time, possessions, and money.
We choose to be generous because our Father is generous, and as his daughters and sons we want to show the world what He is like.
ONLINE: Make at one-time or recurring contribution, choose "East Colfax":
TEXT: Text "TSG" to 77977
MAIL: Checks or mail orders made to:
THE SACRED GRACE EAST COLFAX
3220 South Acoma Street
Englewood, CO, 80110