Involved in Our Community
As followers of Jesus, we seek to be a presence of inclusion, compassion, kindness, and care in our wider community. We are always looking for new ways to grow into this sacred calling. Below are some of the organizations our church community currently supports and participates with.
Poudre River Trail
Join us as we work together to clean up trails and keep this area beautiful.
Rosebud Episcopal Mission
The Rosebud Episcopal Mission was established in 1875 on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in south-central South Dakota, the home of the Sicangu Lakota Oyate (The Burnt Thigh Nation). Part of the Diocese of South Dakota, the Rosebud Mission has 10 active congregations.
Catholic Charities shelters assure that the basic needs of homeless individuals and families are met including:
Our shelters provide short- and long-term housing and supportive services with the objective to help people become self-reliant.
Our ultimate goal is to decrease the likelihood that clients will become homeless again by providing services like job assistance, money management, and case management to our clients.
United Way of Weld County
We bring the community together to solve health and human problems. We work to improve the lives of people in our community. United Way works with businesses, schools and government, non-profit organizations, citizen groups, faith based organizations, volunteers and contributors to make Weld County a better place for all. We bring the community together to tackle some of our community’s most pressing health and human care issues and priority concerns.
Greeley Interfaith Association
The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado gives a voice to Coloradans who want to put their faith into action as a force for good in public life. We welcome anyone who would like to join us.
Lutheran Family Services Refugee and Asylee Resettlement
The LFSRM Refugee & Asylee Programs help people who have been uprooted by persecution and violence work towards self-sufficiency through essential resettlement services, including: housing, employment, English language, and cultural orientation.
Greeley Transitional House
The Greeley Transitional House is the only homeless shelter in Greeley offering emergency and transitional shelter, case management, and follow-up programs for homeless families. The shelter was established in 1985 in response to community concerns for the need to find shelter for temporarily displaced families. Whatever the reasons behind a family’s homelessness, the Greeley Transitional House provides a positive, hopeful, and supportive environment in which families in crisis can live temporarily while re-establishing their independence.