Global Outreach (GO) at South Fellowship has a rich history of sending many missionaries to various parts of the world. The term Ministry Partners expresses our relationship with those we support in God’s plan to link all people with Him through His greatest gift – the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ. GO also encourages our members as they engage in various short-term mission trips.We have chosen to partially fund an expanded number of Ministry Partners rather than fully supporting a few and have more than 20 full-time Ministry Partners in the Americas, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. We care for our Ministry Partners financially, through prayer, by regular communication and by hosting partners when they come to Denver for a visit. We have divided the responsibilities of support into teams and invite you to join either the GO Team or a Ministry Advocacy Team (MAT). Please explore how you can join others who are already participating in this important aspect of South Fellowship by filling out the form.
The ministry of South extends far beyond our walls into the community and around the world. We partner with some outstanding families to help us reach the peoples of the world with the good news of the kingdom of God.
The GO (Global Outreach) Team usually meets monthly and oversees the overall direction of the G.O. ministry as well as financial aspects of Ministry Partner support. Members who are part of this committee oversee all of our Ministry Partners and explore opportunities to develop outreach experiences in our local community and beyond for all church members.
Each MAT (Ministry Advocacy Team) meets for prayer once a month (during either our first or second Sunday service). In addition to prayer, team members divide other responsibilities of caring for our Ministry Partners.
South Fellowship Food Bank
The Food Bank provides a hand-up to those in transition and need through limited food and resources. We serve people within our church family as well as the surrounding community.
Our food is donated from local grocery stores when damaged or near its expiration date. We set out the best we receive for clients to choose from. We often have a wide selection of fresh produce, as well as dairy, deli products, eggs, meat, and bread. Clients also receive non-perishables.
Hours and Location
We are located in the northeast corner of the church building (6560 S. Broadway) with parking off of E. Panama Drive. We are open on Saturday mornings from 9:00-10:30 am. To participate, a valid ID and registration form is required. We serve Englewood, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, and Centennial. We welcome clients up to two Saturdays per month.
If your needs are beyond food, please call South’s office at 303-797-1500 to speak with our Benevolence Team. We also recommend Love, Inc. as an incredible local resource.
Helping the Food Bank
Our Food Bank thrives because many volunteers pitch in with what they’re good at and work together with an attitude of gratitude. If you’d like to join our team, please email us.
To help financially, you can donate money or drop off non-perishable food donations (we love peanut butter, tuna, canned soup, cereal, ground coffee, and toilet paper). You can also give by shopping at King Soopers using our reloadable gift cards—stop by the church office to pick one up for $5.
South fellowship partners with an organization called Family Promise.
The core program is a way for communities to address the challenge of family homelessness by using existing resources. Not only does this make the program cost efficient, it makes it effective. Family Promise is not just about getting families into housing, but addressing all the underlying issues and using the community to keep them in housing. (family promise program page)
We are thrilled to help these families several times a year at South Fellowship Church.
Early Learning Center
South’s Early Learning Center is committed to serving families in the community by providing high quality care for children at a reasonable price. Care is provided for infants from six weeks of age up to 5 years of age. We desire to support and encourage each child’s development by providing an environment that promotes nurturing interactions with caregivers and lots of opportunities for active learning. Take a look at what’s happening here – we’d love for you to come and take a tour. Contact the Early Learning Center by calling 303.738.1801
Solid Grounds Coffee
We want to be a church with significant and lasting impact on our community. This desire motivated us to open Solid Grounds. Our vision is that Solid Grounds would be a place where every visitor would feel welcomed as well as giving our church an opportunity to serve our community and build relationships. We have seen great response, and now Solid Grounds has two unique locations (one in the same shopping center as the church and one at Denver Seminary)! Both shops offer a great place to have a business meeting, hang out with friends, relax with a good book, or study for an upcoming test.
For other information about our coffee shops, call 303.209.7494 or visit the Solid Grounds website – www.solidgrounds.org.