Hope Denver is a church that loves the city. We exist to bring the hope of Jesus to the people of Denver by encountering God, belonging in community, and serving others. All are welcome on Sundays at 5:30pm at 2180 S. University Blvd.
Jesus’ radical way of life left others around him in a kind of culture shock. And it has to do with his radical inclusion. Ps. Ike shows how Jesus embodies radical inclusion for those who are radically far from God.
What does it take to have an actual encounter with God? Experiencing God is incredible, but it means receiving God’s Kingdom through turning from sin and turning to Jesus. Ps. Ike invites you to cultivate a relationship with the one who created your soul.
Ps. Kelsey Shepardson teaches us that we serve a God who feels as deeply as we do, a God who experienced loss and heartbreak. Although Jesus has the ability to heal and overcome our pain, he is not indifferent or impervious to it. You're invited to meet the God who raises the dead to life.
What does a lifestyle of following Jesus look like? What does it mean to be part of God's culture? Ps. Ike challenges us that living in God's culture means being passionate about the truth, and since Jesus claimed to be God, we need to live in accordance with the truth about who Jesus is. We are invited to encounter God in Jesus.
Ps. Ike gives an introduction to what we're all about. We are a church that is all about hope. We believe that Jesus is the hope of the world, and true hope lives in the community of God's people. Join us every Sunday at 5:30pm at 2180 S. University Blvd. in Denver, Colorado.
When people think about religion, they often think about rules that you have to obey to be acceptable. However, the picture in the Bible is that we have access to Jesus because of what He has already done on our behalf. Ps. Scott shares about how we can be close to Jesus now because Jesus has chosen to be with us. He is with us now, has always been with us, and will always be with us.
As humans, we were designed to belong, connect, and grow in relationship with one another and with God. Ps. Tyler teaches that although we live in a time that is corrosive to life in community, the church offers the world a community of hope and an outpost for the lonely. Christ’s work on the cross radically changes our relationship to God as well as one another.