Service with the Kirk!

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Most of our volunteer opportunities are child friendly so we can teach our children through example and engagement that a life of faith is a life of service.

Labyrinth Project:

My name is Ethan Smith, and I am building the prayer labyrinth for the Kirk for my Eagle Scout Project this September. An Eagle Scout Project is an opportunity for high-ranking scouts to put their leadership skills to the test while also giving back to their community. Along with being an Eagle Scout Project, this labyrinth will also commemorate David Gebel. The site will be xeriscaped and all the materials for the labyrinth are recycled, to align with our Green Justice mission. A labyrinth is a walking path that helps ground the person in prayer while walking its path, clearing their mind, and bringing them closer to God. It is a large project, and I am looking for adult and teenage volunteers. This project will entail pulling up sod, leveling the ground, laying the labyrinth frame, and pouring the gravel paths. We will begin work on Saturday, September11th and will hopefully finish on September 12th. If we do not finish the project, we will continue construction the following weekend. 

On September 11th I would like to ask only for adult volunteers in the morning from 8am-12pm. For those who would like to volunteer during that time, please sign up at this Signup Genius: HERE

On September 11th from 1pm-5pm and the 12th from 1pm-5pm adult and teen volunteers are welcome. For those who would like to volunteer during one of these times, please sign up at this Signup Genius: HERE Thank you for all of your help and support!

Organizations we Partner With


"Building communities. Changing Lives."

As Denver faces a growing lack of affordable housing we have forged a new partnership with the UCC founded, Archway Housing, supporting not only affordable housing but the people who live there. 


"Ending Homelessness One Family at a Time."

While we do not have appropriate facilities to host families at the Kirk we assist Grace United Methodist when they host by providing meals and overnight volunteers. If you would like to cook and/or serve a meal to homeless families in the community, contact the church office.


"Ending hunger at its roots"

The Kirk is a longtime partner of Metro Caring. Individual members volunteer regularly, we collect food throughout the year and at least once a year collect and divide over 1000 lbs of beans and rice to be donated to those that are food insecure in our community.