Small groups are one important way to grow deeper in relationships with God and with one another. We learn to know Christ more and how to follow him in word and deed in the context of community.Joining a small group is such a vital and easy way to get to know others in the church, establish friendships and grow in Christ in a more relaxed setting. Sometimes participating in a group can help you determine if joining a church in Denver is for you.

  1. Look over the list below
  2. Send an email to the group leader
  3. Have fun, make friends, and grow in faith!

scheduling system

Our small groups operate on a trimester system where we formally operate groups for three months and then take a break for a month allowing everyone to re-charge. If you want to join a church group in Denver but do not want to get stuck in a group forever, this allows everyone the chance to join a church group for a season and then re-evaluate. Our groups are all over the city, so if you’re looking to join a church in wash park but prefer to participate in a group elsewhere in the city, just look through the list and pick one that is right for you.

(Our growing groups take a break during the months of January, May, and September.)

“Simply Jesus” Discussion Group

First & Third Mondays of every month, 7pm – 8:30pm, @ the Kidd’s home

This group will provide a conversational space that will inspire people to consider, wonder, and dialogue about the person, life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. We will watch video talks from the Simply Jesus Gathering by renowned Christian thinkers such as Carl Medearis, N.T. Wright, & Phillip Yancey, and enjoy conversation around discussion questions.


First & Third Mondays of every month, 7pm – 8:30pm

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AA Group

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem. It is a 12 step program that helps people who have a desire to stop drinking. We are meeting at the church downstairs.

anyone

Saturday 8:00 am to 9:00 am and Sunday 7:00 - 8:00 pm

Platt Park Church

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Adoption Connections

Fourth Friday of every month, 6:15 – 8pm in the Parlor

We welcome Platt Park members as well as anyone outside the church body who has ties to the world of adoption.  Whether you’ve adopted internationally, domestically, through foster care, you’re considering adoption, you were adopted, you placed a child for adoption…everyone is welcome. Bring dinner and eat as a family at 6:00pm if you wish!  Our formal time together will begin at 6:30 when we will share journeys, discuss adoption related topics, and grow in community.  Childcare provided (starting at 6:30).


Those involved with, or interested in, adoption

Fourth Friday of every month, 6:15 – 8pm

Platt Park Church - Parlor

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Evening Edition

Live Like It Is All True  – Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:00pm in the Lounge

Do the people around us see evidence in our lives that we are passionate, devoted followers of Christ?  We will take a practical approach to Scripture and a variety of topics, with this question in mind:  “How would my life look different if I lived like _______ is really true?”  This group is for all women who are interested in having fun, making friends, and growing spiritually.  We will begin with a meal at 6:30pm.


Women

Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:00pm

Platt Park Church - Lounge

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Good Fights, Good Sex: Preparing for Marriage

Wednesdays in March, 6:00 – 8:00pm in the Lounge

Invest 5 weeks asking the questions that will begin a strong foundation for marriage.  This group is for seriously dating or engaged couples.  There is a cost of $100 per couple.


Pre-marital Couples

Wednesdays in March, 6:00 – 8:00pm

Platt Park Church - Lounge

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Lives of Unstoppable Hope: Living the Beatitudes

Sundays, 10:30am in the Lounge

We will explore what it means to live a life of blessing as we look at the Beatitudes in the gospel of Matthew.  We will consider the Greek meaning of the words written in the Scriptures for a deep and powerful study of the heart of God revealed to us in those verses.


Sundays, 10:30am

Platt Park Church - Lounge

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Love, Hate, and Jesus in the Gospel of John

Sunday Mornings, 9:15 to 10:15 am in the Lounge

Jesus was fully human and he understood the range of human emotions from love to hate and everything in between. In this six-week study, we will look at nine notable characters in John’s gospel and explore their emotional response to Jesus. Each of these characters, the World, Judas Iscariot, the Jewish Leaders and the High Priest, Pontius Pilate, Nicodemus, the Samaritan Woman, the Disciples and John the Baptist, has something to teach us today about humankind’s response to Jesus.


Sunday Mornings, 9:15 to 10:15am

Platt Park Church - Lounge

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Monday Night Men

First three Mondays of the month, 7:30pm in the Parlor

This group is open to all men. We will be doing a 9 Week Study on 1 & 2 Peter using the Study Guide “Courage in Times of Trouble” by John MacArthur. We will read and review the chapters together and have a lively discussion based around study questions. Light snacks will be provided.


Men

First three Mondays of each month at 7:30pm

Platt Park Church - Parlor

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Morning Edition

Thursday mornings, 10:00am – 11:30am, in the Parlor

This group is open to all women.  We will experience the gospels personally through imaginative contemplation and other spiritual exercises.  Childcare is provided.


Women

Thursday mornings, 10:00am – 11:30am

Platt Park Church - Parlor

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Platt Park Book Club

First & Third Tuesdays of every month, 6:00pm – 7:30pm in the Lounge

This trimester, we will be reading Blue Like Jazz, by Donald Miller.  Subtitled “Non-Religious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality”, this is a collection of essays and personal reflections chronicling the author’s growing understanding of the nature of God and Jesus, and the need and responsibility for an authentic personal response to that understanding.  We will divide the book into chapters and enjoy lively conversation based on discussion questions provided by the author Childcare provided.


First & Third Tuesdays of every month, 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Platt Park Church - Lounge

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Sundays Fundays for Families

First Sunday of every month, 5:00pm in the Parlor

We invite all parents and families to join us for a time of community building and group discussion around the topics of parenting, faith and life. Childcare provided.


Parents and Families

First Sunday of every month @ 5pm

Platt Park Church - Parlor

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The Front Door

Sundays in February, 5pm- 7pm @ the Grade’s House

Are you new to Platt Park Church? Join co-pastors Tim and Susie Grade for a 4-week group in their home. This group is a laid back, relational, fun, dinner group that gives you the chance to get to know some of our pastors as well as others who are new to the faith community. This is a potluck style dinner group with conversation to follow.


New Members

Sundays in February, 5pm- 7pm

Grade Household - 1635 S. Clarkson St

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Wednesday Morning Men

Wednesdays, 7am – 8am @ the REI Starbucks (1416 Platte River Rd.)

Join the conversation as we take a peek at the book of Proverbs together.


Men

Wednesdays, 7am – 8am

REI Starbucks - 1416 Platte River Rd.

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Wholehearted

First three Wednesdays of every month, 6:00-7:30pm* in the Parlor

This group is open to anyone who wants to grow deeper in their relationship with the Triune God and with each other.  We will explore prayer, worship, intimacy with God, and go wherever the Spirit leads! This group will be experiential in nature, as we practice various spiritual disciplines together and discuss our experience.

*Please note that the times have been change to make it easier for those of you/us who have babies who need to go to bed! Childcare will be available for this time.


Anyone

First three Wednesdays of every month, 6:30- 8pm

Platt Park Church - Parlor

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“One Question Dinners”

Enjoy a meal and get to know some of the amazing people in our faith community! Your host will offer “one question” to get the conversation started.  The goal is simply to make friends and build community! Your host will provide the main course and guests are asked to bring a side or a dessert to share. Space is limited for each gathering. Please email your host directly for more details and/or to RSVP.

Hosts & Locations:

February 6th – Hosts: the Liaos and the Borgelt/Gillaspies (Golden); RSVP [email protected]

February 17th – Hosts: Gwen & Tim Vogelzang (Centennial); RSVP [email protected]

March 2nd – Hosts: Howard & Janis Baker (Littleton); RSVP [email protected]

March 17th – Hosts: the Coughlins & the Craigs (Platt Park); RSVP [email protected]

April 20thHosts: Susan & Chuck Stein (Wash Park); RSVP [email protected] 


Anyone

Various

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