Our mission as a church is to help people become intentional neighbors through knowing and following Jesus. We love our town and the people in it, and we show that by putting our love into action. Check out some of the ways we serve and care for people through different organizations and opportunities.
2023 Mission Trips
Check out the different trips we have planned for 2023 and use the button below to submit an application for one of the trips.
Join us as we head to Kenya, East Africa. We partner with an incredible organization called Bread of Life Mission that focuses on the unreached people and Kenya and South Sudan. For this trip, we will spend the majority of our time right outside of Lodwar, Kenya. The trip will involve many different ministry opportunities from VBS, widow’s ministry, construction, evangelism and more.
Join Custom Student Ministry for a trip to Costa Rica. We partner with a great organization called Til He Returns that was started by missionaries who attend Front Range, Micah and Melissa Mixon. The trip will involve many different ministry opportunities from serving at a Crisis Pregnancy Center, HipHop ministry, street prayer and evangelism, prison ministry and more.
Cost – $2200
Join us for a trip to Costa Rica. We partner with a great organization called Til He Returns that was started by missionaries who attend Front Range, Micah and Melissa Mixon. The trip will involve many different ministry opportunities from serving at a Crisis Pregnancy Center, HipHop ministry, street prayer and evangelism, prison ministry and more.
Cost – $2200
Join us for a trip to Colombia in South America. We partner with an organization called Manna Worldwide, which focuses on ministries in countries all over the world. This trip will involve different ministry opportunities from serving at the Training and Discipleship School, to soccer programs and working with kids in school. If you would like to apply for this trip, please fill out the application below or e-mail Cynthia for more information.
Cost – $1500
CarePortal exists to help vulnerable children and families. Requests submitted through CarePortal come from caseworkers at government child welfare agencies or other child-serving organizations to submit needs. CarePortal is a technology connecting platform that brings the needs of hurting children and families in your community to your attention. Caseworkers uncover the needs. CarePortal makes local churches and community members aware, giving them a real-time opportunity to respond. If you are interested in helping fulfill the needs of children at risk please consider joining Front Range’s CarePortal Response Team. You will have the opportunity to see the requested needs and to provide the items or services to the family. For additional information on how CarePortal works check out this video.
Get in touch to apply for the CarePortal Response Team.
God has given our church a heart for adoption and foster care. Through your generosity, we are able to support Hope’s Promise, a local organization that walks “with expectant parents, hopeful adoptive families, foster families, and orphaned children around the world through life’s difficult chapters.” We also support families in our church in their journey towards foster care and adoption.
Front Range is proud to support and serve the schools of our community. We partner with the schools in helping take care of the needs of families, teachers and administrators throughout the year. We also serve the schools in a variety of ways that include painting, cleaning, providing meals for the faculty and much more.
The mission of Wellspring Community is to provide a work, enrichment and educational community where adults with special needs are empowered to live full, productive and satisfying lives in a God-centered and nurturing environment. They provide ongoing educational and enrichment activities to foster intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual growth; and they provide a variety of long-term, supervised residential options.
Front Range Food Pantry serves the community by way of weekend meal boxes for students experiencing food insecurity, along with their families. God has grown what began as an effort to support the students and families of Douglas County High School, into a non-profit that supports families in several schools across the Douglas County School District. Since the start of the COVID19 Pandemic, FRFP has served more than 300,000 meals to families, averaging five members per household, by working directly with local schools.
Aging Resources of Douglas County is a one-stop center for aging issues and concerns. When seniors or their families don’t know where to turn for answers, Aging Resources is the place! They are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing services, resources, and information that promote aging with independence and dignity. With support from community partners and dedicated volunteers, seniors can keep the cost of living down and quality of life up.
Bread of Life Mission is a mission organization focused on reaching the unreached people groups of Kenya and South Sudan. Through mercy ministry, discipleship, education and church planting, Bread of Life is changing communities through the power of the Gospel.
Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, non-profit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreach, and disaster response. In partnership with local churches, businesses, civic organizations, and government agencies, Convoy strategically offers help and hope to communities around the world.
A21 has a mission to end slavery. Their vision is to end human trafficking and the slavery these individuals are sold into through “reaching, rescuing and restoring” people. They are looking for people to not just give, but to serve and to create an awareness around the injustice of slavery. “With your help, we can end slavery.”