As we seek to emulate the life of Jesus, we are called not only to meet the emergent needs of those in crisis but also to address systemic oppression and marginalization in our world. We build the "kin-dom" of God by working to create a better world for all of God's children. We do this, not alone, but in partnership with other faith and civic communities to strengthen the scope and impact of our calling.

  • Global Climate Strike: September 20

    Perhaps you've heard of students around the world who have been going "on strike" from school every Friday to demand action on the climate crisis. Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg started it, and the school strikes have spread widely. Those youth have called for people of all ages to join them in a global climate strike on Friday, September 20 -- three days before a major UN climate summit meeting begins in New York City.

    Take part in the youth-led event on Friday, September 20 

    This is the big day of action, and crowds of people joining with the youth will send a powerful message to politicians and business leaders. The local event is from 11 AM-3 PM, starting at Union Station, ending at the State Capitol (If you're not able to do the march up the 16th Street mall, join the rally at the Capitol around 1:00) A team from the Kirk of adults, teens and children are planning to attend. If you are interested in going please contact Jackie Kendall-Gebel.

  • creation justice

    The Kirk holds the designation of Creation Justice Congregation from the United Church of Christ national office. We seek justice for our earth and all its inhabitants through education, intention, decision making and advocacy.

  • Interfaith alliance of colorado

    The Interfatih Alliance advocates for equal rights and opportunity; racial and economic justice, and more. As a partner with the Interfaith Alliance members were trained to speak before state representatives on issues of justice and we hosted and serve on leadership with the Interfaith Camp of Metro Denver. 

  • colorado faith communities united to end gun violence

    We are a member congregation with CFCU whose mission is to help end the deaths and injuries in Colorado caused by the use of firearms.

  • healthcare for all

    When the Syrophonecian woman asked Jesus to heal her daughter, at first he responded that there was not enough, but after her challenge, he opened himself up to the limitlessness of health when we care for all (Matthew 15). HCAC shares our facility for advocacy planning and education.