Student Fellowship

(6th-12th grade)

Student Fellowship and covid-19

How can I stay involved with Student Fellowship?
SF will start (socially-distanced) meetings again on Sunday, August 30th.
  • We'll meet outside at Platt Park
  • Maintain physical distance
  • No food served
  • Temperatures taken upon arrival
  • Masks are optional when outdoors

Our vision is to lead middle and high school students and their families from all across Denver into the LIFE, PURPOSE, and JOY of following Jesus.


  1. The GOSPEL is the most beautiful, compelling and life-transforming message for middle and high school students.
  2. Students flourish in an INTERGENERATIONAL church community that is built to be a safe and caring family

We believe when students experience the gospel in an intergenerational community they will be equipped to live out their faith and serve the local church with joy.

what is student fellowship?

Student Fellowship is for 6-12th graders and meets Sunday evenings from 5-7 PM. SF runs on a 4 week rhythm that includes large group teaching, small group discussion, a service project, and a fun outing.


Adult to student relationships are at the core of our student ministry. An adult mentor is their biggest fan, an encouraging voice, and someone who can teach biblical truth in a way that students can understand (Matthew 4:18-22).

Winter Lock-in (March)

Urban Immersion Mission Trip (June)

It's the greatest and most insane sleepover of your life. The Winter Lock-in is perfect for bringing friends and introducing them to our caring leaders and growing community.
Spend a week in the city with Open Door Ministries serving the poor and homeless in Denver and learning about justice issues. More info here. 

Fall House Weekend (September)

The House weekend is all about going deeper in community while enjoying a stay-cation in our amazing city. Details and Registration here.

Summer Camping Trip (July)

It's only the best weekend of your entire life...every summer.

our values

  1. GOSPEL as our heartbeat for all of life (Ephesians 2:1-22)
  2. FAMILY as the primary engine for students’ growth in faith (Deuteronomy 6:4-15)
  3. CHURCH-wide responsibility for our students development as Christian adults (Mark 10:28-31)
  4. Age specific teaching and CONTEXTUALIZATION of the Bible (Acts 17:16-34)
  5. Safe COMMUNITY for students from all across Denver, from all backgrounds to process Christianity (Acts 2:42-47)

Helpful Forms and Resources

Contact Us

Contact our Student Ministries Director, Michael Goldstein, with questions about any of the following:
- Student Fellowship
- Serving as an Adult youth leader
- Getting your student involved