We want to make Jesus known by creating compelling opportunities to love others through service.
Do you have a heart for serving? We do too!
GET INVOLVED WITH RED ROCKS OUTREACH
Sign up to participate in a project, event, drive, etc. New opportunities are always popping up, so check in regularly to see what’s available.
Check out our local, national, and international organizations. Click the button by their name to volunteer directly with their ministry.
Kitchen One for One is a non-profit food truck that raises money through donations to feed the homeless and impoverished members of the Denver community.
Join us as we come alongside Kitchen One For One to help with food preparations for their upcoming taco nights! Each taco night feeds hundreds of homeless all across the city of Denver. We will come together to make some recipes ahead of time and have fun! No prior cooking experience needed, just come as you are.
Re-fined’s mission is to form empowering and restorative relationships with survivors of sexual exploitation. They strive to reflect Christ’s love by helping sexually exploited survivors see themselves as their Creator sees them; beautiful, loved, and cherished. One of the ways they do this is through cosmetology services and recently $35,000 worth of cosmetics was donated to Re-fined to give to survivors of sexual exploitation.
Join us on Monday, September 27th from 6-8pm at the Red Rocks Church Littleton Campus as we create Cosmetic Kits for sexually exploited survivors. These kits will contain items such as mascara, face masks, lipstick, body lotions, and other cosmetic items!
The world’s largest Christmas project of its kind, Operation Christmas Child uses gift-filled shoeboxes to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to children in need around the world. Each winter Red Rocks Church collects thousands of shoeboxes at its campuses to be given to Operation Christmas Child for those in need. Here's how you can participate!
- Pick up a shoebox and label from a Denver Based Red Rocks Church campus on Oct. 31st or Nov. 7th
- Fill the shoebox with fun toys, hygiene items, and school supplies. See "What Goes in My Shoebox?" for ideas.
- Bring your filled shoebox with a completed label to a Denver Based Campus on Nov. 7th or 14th during a weekend service.
Don't live near a Denver Based campus or unable to come to one of our physical locations? Check out the link to "Build A Box Online"!
Millions of shoeboxes are collected each year. Before these special gifts can bring hope and joy to children around the world, each one has to be carefully inspected and made ready for overseas shipment by volunteers like you. You can help prepare shoeboxes for delivery by volunteering at a processing center. About 80,000 volunteers serve annually at our eight processing centers across the United States.
We have opportunities at the processing centers for volunteer groups of all sizes. You can volunteer as an individual or with family and friends. All volunteers must be at least 13 years of age, regardless of a student’s grade level. Due to the warehouse environment we can allow no exceptions to this age requirement. At least one chaperone 18 years of age or older for every four youth is required (youth volunteers include any volunteers between the ages of 13-17.)
If you have any questions regarding Processing Center volunteer opportunities, do not hesitate to contact OCC at [email protected] or 800-442-9120.
Registration Opens Friday, Oct. 1st at 8 am
God Behind Bars partners with churches to transform the lives of prison inmates and their families. Red Rocks Church partners with GBB to stream the weekend messages and worship experience into our partnering prisons. Our GBB campuses offer dynamic live worship experiences, opportunities for recovery from addiction, resources for re-entry into society, and ongoing support after release. One community at a time, one person at a time, we’re partnering with God to make a difference behind bars.
God Behind Bars has reopened to new volunteers! Click on the links to learn more about GBB and how to get involved!
Not living near a Red Rocks Campus or unable to get out to serve? Join us in our "Love Your Neighbor" event and find ways to serve someone in your local community! Below are some ideas to get you started!
- Write an encouragement or appreciation letter to a teacher, veteran, front line worker, medical professional, or someone you don’t know
- Send flowers or a gift basket to someone
- Make and deliver hygiene kits or food to the homeless
- Provide a meal or groceries to someone in need
- Pay for someone’s meal or drink at a drive-through
- Help your neighbor with indoor or outdoor work around their home (mow lawn, rake leaves, household chores, cleaning, etc...)
- Leave snacks/drinks for your local delivery person
- Invite your neighbor over for dinner
- Leave a generous tip for a server or private transportation driver (Uber, Lyft, etc..)
Red Rocks Outreach
Each year Red Rocks Church gives away 10% of all giving to invest in ministry outside of Red Rocks Church. We partner with many national and international organizations to help with food relief, well and water projects, the fight against sex trafficking, and more! While we have been able to give to initiatives all across the globe, we believe that we can make an even bigger difference in our local community through an effort to mobilize our church to serve those who are hurting the most.
Red Rocks Outreach is an opportunity for Red Rocks Church to come alongside local, national, and international ministries who are doing amazing work all around the world. You can find local service opportunities at your campus or learn about how to get involved with some of our other partners!
Through Red Rocks Outreach, we want to make Jesus known by creating compelling opportunities to love others through service. We hope you’ll join us!