Looking for a church to call "home"?
Settling into a church as "home" is nothing to rush into. And yet, if a community of believers holds the possibility of feeding your faith and hope for living, then looking for such a group is nothing to put off. Denver's south suburbs are full of healthy, Christ-centered congregations seeking his good for our community. Having lots of options is a great gift. And yet that can make the search hard, and inadvertently turn us into mere religious "consumers" more than God-seekers. This page will give you a few things to think about if Centennial Covenant is one possibility for you.
What's distinct (and not) about Centennial Covenant?
Our church family takes very seriously the unity of Christ's richly diverse body, while holding up the one and only reality that makes us one: Jesus as crucified and risen Lord of all things - made known through the Bible and God's Holy Spirit. There is much about us that is not uncommon among local churches. Compared to neighboring congregations we are not distinct in our basic ministries. For example:
- WORSHIP GATHERINGS: each Sunday we have two morning gatherings to open ourselves to Christ's presence and take steps on our life-journeys with him. Our gatherings offer biblical teaching and sharing of personal faith-stories. Dress? Very casual and "come-as-you-are," though a few folks like to dress up. See more on Worship HERE.
- LIFE GROUPS are our primary ministry for adults: 2-20 people intentionally gathering in homes, coffee shops, and church classrooms to build friendships, explore God's Word, and prepare for daily life - following and serving Jesus. See more on Life Groups HERE.
- KIDS: we take very seriously caring for and biblical nurture of our children. This happens during our two worship gatherings, as well as our 9:00 am Sunday "Connecting Hour." See more on Children's Ministries HERE.
- STUDENTS: we have strong ministries to Middle School and Sr. High students. See more on Student Ministries HERE.
- MINISTRY TEAMS: people find a wide variety of ways to serve alongside others - both within and beyond the congregation.
What then might be more distinct about Centennial Covenant?