Small groups are biblically based and have their foundation in scripture. Church life for newly baptized members and the spirit filled church in Acts 2. Believers were devoted to the apostles teaching, loving, caring, sharing, and nurturing. They also broke bread and prayed together. Prayer bonds members together, strengthens for daily life, and empowers the Holy Spirit to bless each other.
Whole-person care addresses the four dimensions of wholistic health: mental, physical, spiritual, and social.
Prayer is the lifeblood of the Church, strengthens our relationship with Christ and enables us to lead others to Him. Member's relationships are strengthened through 10 days of prayer and 40 days of prayer devotional studies.
Tiempo Especial de Oración: No olviden el tiempo especial de oración para aquellos que desean orar por nuestros niños y los miembros de familia quienes se han distanciado de la Iglesia
God has called the Seventh-day Adventist Church to be a transforming agent in its community. Following the method of Jesus to bring help and hope through ministries of compassion in His name Luke 4:16-21.
Adventist Disaster Response (ACS-DR), is a trained volunteer network that responds to the needs of people affected by disasters. ACS-DR offers classes in household preparedness and to certify volunteers for response.
Pathfinders organizes safe and fun activities that promote spiritual enrichment for children from grade 5-12 in our congregation and community. The Adventurers Club at our church provides meaningful and exciting experiences to children in grades K-4.
KPLS (1510 AM, "Positive Lifestyle Radio") is an AM radio station licensed to Littleton, Colorado, and serving the Denver metropolitan area. KPLS is owned by Radio 74 Internationale. In May 2020, the station transitioned to airing a Christian format. Visit KPLS.org
Richard Bass, who is doing a mission year in Denmark as a student dean volunteer as well as a basketball coach at the school he is working at, is trying to raise funds for a group of young men to come to a tournament at an Adventist University in the United States to participate in a tournament and also attend services.