Get involved locally


We are missionaries right where we live. Everyone needs love and we love because He first loved us.  Christ not only engaged in the culture, but transformed it with His love.  We are representatives of Jesus sent into our communities, being the church throughout the week.  Building authentic, reciprocal relationships with people all around us. We are loving God, loving people, and changing the world.

Whiz Kids

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Become a tutor for a student in Denver who is struggling academically.  Tutoring sessions are every Monday starting in October thru April each year.   Go to the website at and click on “I want to become a tutor”.  Print an application, write “Pathways” in the special requests section, then fax or mail to the Whiz Kids office.   If you have questions, contact Joy Ames 

Bus Stop

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Begin building relationships with people who battle with homelessness and poverty by coming by on a Tuesday morning to join a community serving basic needs with food and clothing, but only to gain friendships as the goal.  Head downstairs to the ballroom at 7:00 am at Pathways church.  Contact Patti Salazar at to volunteer.

Sox Place


Sox Place exists to bring the Father’s heart to the fatherless, through physical, spiritual, emotional and social provision to urban youth subcultures.
Sox Place is a daytime drop-in center for street youth. These range in ages from 12 to 30 and belong to the youth sub-culture known as “street kids.” Many have been abandoned by parents/guardians, some are victims of the foster care system, and most have been tossed aside by society. Addictions to drugs, alcohol, violence, and sex are a part of their everyday lives. Most are just trying to survive! A hot meal and a safe place is provided Tuesday through Saturday. There are activities such as movies, video games, foosball, pool and ping pong to entertain the youth during their time at Sox Place. Staff and volunteers spend their time interacting with the youth and building friendships in order to provide healthy and constructive relationships.  Contact Zak Ferry @

InCOMMON Community

FullColor inCOMMON logoThe greatest cause of sustained poverty in our city is not from a physical deficit, but from isolation.”  -Dr. Robert Lupton

InCOMMON develops deeper relationships with our Pathways neighborhood in the one mile radius.  One means of InCOMMON community is called COMMON table.  COMMON table provides committed, authentic friendships with displaced individuals and allows for opportunities of healing and restoration by cooking and sharing a meal together and developing a reciprocal friendship.  COMMON table meets the third Wednesday of the month at 5:00 pm in Pathways ballroom.   Contact Joanne Krisko at for more information.