Local Outreach

Bridges to Samaria

Relational | Local | Impactful

Meet Cheryl Mendes-Ellis, our lead bridge builder at CCPC. With Cheryl at the helm, we are seeking to build relational bridges to serve those in need in our city. CCPC has been financially supporting 50 different local ministry partners for a long time. 
Now we are finding ways to invest more deeply with our hands and feet. More opportunities are coming available each month. Join us and find a place that fits your heart's calling. We invite you to join us in serving in a variety of different ways whether you are looking for something occasionally, regularly, or in-depth - we have lots of places to connect you.  
Read below about where we're getting involved.



Caring for Denver-area women and men in pregnancy-related crisis, offering them a meaningful alternative to abortion, and helping them face compromised sexual health, or mixed emotions after an abortion.


Christ’s Body provides mobile outreach to the homeless throughout the front range. They offer food, clothing, shower and laundry services, pastoral care, and a one-year residential discipleship community for men coming out of homelessness.


Changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens.


Families Care is a program of Project 1.27 that connects a family at-risk of child removal with a trained group of caring people from a local church.  (James 1.27)

Friends of refugees

Helping refugees and immigrants rebuild safe, sustainable lives in Denver through friendship and mentoring.

hope communities

Strengthening communities and providing pathways to economic and personal opportunity through affordable housing, educational programs and support services. Click here to view dates and volunteer with us for monthly food distributions!  This is a family-friendly service opportunity.

Hope House

Hope House empowers parenting teenage moms to strive for personal and economic self-sufficiency and to understand their significance in God’s sight, resulting in a healthy future for them and for their children.

Joshua station

Joshua Station aims to provide safe and supportive housing where families stabilize their lives, become neighbors, expand economic capacity, and deepen spiritual connectedness.  Click here to view dates and volunteer with us as we serve together and enjoy a community dinner with the residents.  This is a family-friendly service opportunity.

Open Door Ministries

Open Door Ministries exists to provide practical help and hope to people in urban Denver who are homeless or low income. The primary objective is to move people toward self-sufficiency by helping change the circumstances and life patterns that have held them captive to poverty and addictions.

Be a Bridge Builder!