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If You Need Help: Social Service Organizations

Church of the Holy Family partners with the following local social service organizations.

Friends of St. Andrew Hospitality Center is a day shelter where homeless individuals and families can get out of the elements, enjoy a hot lunch, take advantage of the food bank, receive help with job searches, have an address at which they receive personal mail, and, in general, receive a helping hand.

1525 Dallas Street, Aurora, CO 80010 | 303.364.2329
MaureenHampson@queenofpeace.net.

Family Promise of Greater Denver partners with diverse congregations to provide shelter, meals and hospitality to homeless families across the Denver-Aurora metro area.

303.675.0713 or 866.478.1229
Hello@FamilyPromiseOfGreaterDenver.org
www.familypromiseofgreaterdenver.org

The mission of Clothes To Kids of Denver, Inc. is to provide new and quality used clothing to school-age students from low-income or in-crisis families in the Denver-Aurora metro area, free of charge. Our vision is that all students will have the clothing they need to feel, comfortable, confident and prepared to thrive, both in and out of school.

720.379.4630
clothestokidsdenver.org

Glass Hearts prepares young dads ages 16-24 to achieve career success. The Young Dads Achieving Careers program is the signature program of Glass Hearts. The program is designed to come alongside and guide young fathers ages 16-24 in successfully building all aspects of their lives—physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual. Program components will draw on positive relationships to build key personal strength and skill-sets in the young fathers.

303.260.9351
www.glasshearts.org

Mile High Ministries engages communities and equips leaders for God's transformational work among the poor. The organization provides spiritual formation experiences and resources to help faith communities connect with the poor and practice the most helpful and enduring responses to poverty; develops leaders from and for lower-income, higher-risk urban communities; and addresses tangible needs of the poor in ways that strengthen their own capacities.

913 N. Wyandot St., Denver, CO 80204 | 303.839.5198
info@milehighmin.org
www.milehighmin.org

Part of Mile High Ministries, Joshua Station is a faith-based community helping families make the transition from homelessness to a healthy, stable living environment. Since 2001 Joshua Station has provided long-term transformational housing and support for high-risk families with multiple barriers to self-sufficiency.

720.377.1103 ext. 2
jstrivings@milehighmin.org
www.milehighmin.org/#!joshuastation/c1064

Part of Mile High Ministries, Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic (JAMLAC) is a nonprofit law firm that provides transformational legal advocacy for vulnerable and impoverished people in Colorado.

303.839.5198
nkoster@milehighmin.org
www.milehighmin.org/#!jamlac/c1cv0

Part of Mile High Ministries, the Issachar Center for Urban Leadership equips young adults from and for low-income urban communities for transformative servant leadership.

1220 E. 24th Ave. Denver, CO 80205 | 720.449.1232
jhenderson@milehighmin.org

In the context of relationships, practicing the way of Jesus, Dry Bones Denver meets spiritual and physical needs of homeless and street-connected youth and young adults. The organization seeks to equip and inspire all involved to relieve suffering, facilitate reconciliation, and free the heart to love.

455 S. Youngfield Ct., Lakewood, CO 80228
drybonesdenver.org

Other Links

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Ecumenical Catholic Communion

www.ecumenical-catholic-communion.org

Rocky Mountain Regional Council

www.rmrc-ecc.com

Light of Christ, Longmont

www.lightofchristecc.org/

Church of the Beloved, Northglenn

www.churchofthebeloved-ecc.org/

Mary of Magdala Community, Fort Collins

www.marymagdalafc.org/

Pax Christi ECC Church, Denver

www.paxchristiecc.org

Celtic Music

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Stefan Andre Waligur—also known as Macushla, an Irish term of endearment meaning "heartbeat of the Beloved"—is a contemplative, musician/composer, retreat leader and leader of new chant and kirtan around the world.

Stefan has served as Liturgical Musician for the ecumenical Church of the Saviour in Washington, DC, as chaplain at American University, adjunct faculty at Memphis Theological Seminary and Music Director at Theological College in Washington, D.C.

Stefan is a member of the ECC community and we invite you to explore his Songs of Peace.