Giving

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.

General Giving

If you have never given, we encourage you to consider giving something, setting up recurring giving, or exploring setting up “round-up” gifts. Whatever you choose to do, pray about how God might be calling you to be generous in this season.

To set up an account, click the Give Now button under “Get Started”. With any questions, please email finance@parkchurchdenver.org. Thank you for your generous and faithful financial support of Park Church.


 

Holiday Giving

This year we are excited to once again partner with Hope in Our City and Providence Network for holiday giving as well as start a new holiday giving initiative. Below you can find more information about each organization and the specific ways to get involved this holiday season.

Providence Network


Providence Network facilitates an annual Christmas Store to help parents in need buy new gifts for their children at a reduced price to help them celebrate the holidays. Providence Network has created a gift registry to purchase the gifts and wrapping supplies so that they can continue offering their Christmas Store to individuals experiencing homelessness. If you would like to help contribute to this initiative, you can purchase items in their gift registry here.

Hope in Our City


Hope In Our City empowers refugees and impoverished families in the Sun Valley neighborhood of Denver through education, mentorship and more. This year, they have created a holiday giving catalogue to contribute directly to these programs. This giving catalogue will be available starting on Sunday, November 21 at both locations.

Winter Clothing Drive


This year, our church will be collecting new and lightly used winter clothing to help care for those in our city who are in need of warmer winter clothes. This includes socks, gloves, hats, and jackets and can be dropped off at both the highlands and downtown locations on Sunday mornings beginning this Sunday. We plan to distribute these clothes as a church and work with other organizations to distribute them as needed. We will be accepting donations through the end of December.