The death and resurrection of Jesus represent the most generous gift ever given—the King of Glory giving up everything in order to reconcile us to God.

Giving cheerfully, sacrificially, and consistently is a part of our worship. When we are generous with others, we remind one another of the great generosity of our God. Use the button below to make a one-time gift, set up recurring giving, or set up “round-up” giving.

Give Now

To set up an account, click “Give Now” above, choose a giving option on the page that opens, and then click “Register” under “Don’t have an account?” From this page you can also give without creating an account. With any questions, please email

Loving & Serving Our Neighbors

In the holiday season, our thoughts may orient around gifts, celebration, and time spent with friends and families. While we love celebrating this time of year for these good things, it’s also important to feel the season’s tension: for many at Park Church and the wider community around us, the reality of the season is painfully challenging.

This holiday season, we are leaning into loving our neighbors and seeking the welfare of those around us as part of the mission God has called us to. In particular, we are inviting you to consider one or more of these practical approaches:

  • Serving With a Ministry Partner
  • Opening Your Home
  • Reaching Out to Your Neighbors

Keep reading to learn more on how to do this!

Serving with a Ministry Partner

At Park Church, we partner with several local organizations that are furthering what it means to love and serve the city of Denver. This season, we’ve partnered with Providence Network (early December) and Denver Rescue Mission (ongoing) to join them in the work they are doing for our neighbors.

Serve a meal to neighbors experiencing homelessness. You can serve as an individual, group, or a GospelCommunity.

Choose Another Date

Opening Your Home

Our hope is for Park Church to be a place where those who don’t have family in Denver can easily find a home in which to celebrate Thanksgiving and/or Christmas. One way we accomplish this is through a simple initiative called A Place for the Holidays.

Whether you’d like to make a place for others at your home or are looking for a place, we’d love to help facilitate pairing you up. Use either of the buttons below to get started.

I Have A Place to Share
I’m Looking for a Place

Reaching Out to Your Neighbors

In this season, it’s easy to be so busy with our own lives that we lose sight of others’ lives around us. When this becomes true, we miss much of the heart of the season. Gratefully, it isn’t hard to take steps towards others in the homes, apartments, and streets around us.

By opening our eyes to the lives and needs of others who live close to us, we share the love of Christ as a witness and bear His image in a very practical way. Here are a few ideas:

  • Invite a neighbor for a meal or bring them cookies.
  • Look for ways to help a neighbor around their home (i.e. raking leaves, helping organize)
  • Take a hot meal or a good coat to a neighbor who may not have access to one.