Cherry Creek Presbyterian
Caring for you
Do you have a prayer request?
God delights to answer His people. And when we pray, we draw closer to the heart of God. Share with us a prayer or a praise. Our team would love to hear about it so we can pray for your requests!
Are you in Crisis?
We have a pastor on call 24/7. Simply call the church office and our receptionist will get you connected. If it is after hours, choose option 1 and you can leave a message which will automatically be forwarded to the pastor on call. Call the Church 303.779.9909
Get one-on-one Help
If you are in a time of crisis, our Caring Ministry wants to partner you with someone who can help.
Stephen Ministers are congregation members that are trained to offer high-quality, one-on-one Christian care to people walking through a crisis or hardship. Stephen Ministers provide care to just one person at a time, meeting with them every week. Read what some of our caregivers and care receivers have to say about the experience below.
Get connected with a Stephen Minister
How can we help?
Sometimes we all need a helping hand. Our Helping Hands team can provide a ride to the doctor, respite care, infant care, meals for homebound members, light housework, or help out with other needs you may have.
Careers In Transition
Led by experts in the field of job search, our CIT group helps those looking for work become more effective in their job search. We meet Tuesdays, 8:00 – 9:30 am, on Zoom. Learn more here.
The Carpenter Volunteers assist those in need with minor home repairs. They are equipped to do everything from fixing a drain to building a handicap-accessible ramp.
We provide meals for people in our congregation who need assistance. We arrange for home-cooked meals on a short-term basis for those who are dealing with illness or difficult circumstances.
Meet the Caring Team
Barb Roberts | Director of Caring Lisa Enright | Assistant to Caring
Let us know how we can help you!
Meet Pastor Phil | Pastor of Shepherding
Phil Bremerman | Pastor of Shepherding
Pastor Phil has been with Cherry Creek for over 5 years serving the people of our congregation and beyond. He will assist you in scheduling vistation or planning a funeral or memorial service.
If you have a surgery or a hospital stay, our pastors would love to visit you and pray over you. We have a pastor on call at all times in order to serve our congregation in this way.
Request a Visit
Funerals & Memorials
Planning a service of remembrance after losing a loved one can be challenging. We offer our facilities, provide a reception with food, take care of your Audio/Visual needs, and help you plan the service.
Contact us so we can help
Empowered to Live
“My Stephen Minister came into my life at one of my darkest days. She has provided support, unconditional love and friendship and I respect and love her as a sister in Christ. I feel empowered knowing that I am loved unconditionally and I now live my life differently. I can now face any challenges head on.”
A Lasting Friendship
“About five years ago, I needed help with a few marital issues. It was a great experience for me to have a fellow Christian man to talk to about the important things in life, our relationship with our families and our relationship with Jesus. We have continued the friendship we developed and we still meet whenever our schedules allow.
I was truly blessed five years ago by the Stephen Ministry at CCPC and I still am being blessed by it today with the relationship I have.”
The Power of Empathy
“When my life started spiraling out of control last year, God brought the perfect person to me. My Stephen Minister had experienced a similar struggle in her life, and was able to empathize and even provide practical help for my situation. I was able to pour out my heart to her and over time, we built a foundation of trust. She was the tangible love of Jesus to me in that season.”
To Put It Simply…
“Some of my best friends were first my care-receivers.”
The Benefit of Caring
“To be able to bring the caring love of Jesus to those who are struggling has enabled me to feel closer to the Lord than in any other role in life. It enables me to know the meaning of being ‘in Christ’ when I focus all my attention on brothers who need someone to walk alongside them in their most difficult time.”