At Calvary we believe that local and national partnerships are essential to being able to extend the reach of our spiritual and social influence.
That is why we partner with organizations that are specializing in areas of spiritual and social concern that we really care about. Establishing and developing these partnerships keeps us engaged in issues that we believe matter… issues that relate to the heart of our church’s mission and to the heart of Christ. They also give us a chance to reach outside our walls, make a distinct and positive difference, and give us a platform, in a more public way, to be a spiritual voice.
View our webpage on this unique partnership here.
This is a bipartisan, faith-based organization that works to protect religious liberty for all, defending the separation of church and state. BJC is the only faith based group working on the national level with the singular focus of religious liberty.
This organization unites Baptists across racial divisions, in pursuit of unity and justice and the local and national level. Calvary and New Hope Baptist are New Baptist Covenant Congregations together.
Since 1993 AWAB has been supporting churches in being and becoming Welcoming and Affirming of all people regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.
Calvary has supported TIA-CO for a number of years financially, educationally (co-sponsoring events) and with leadership. TIA-CO promotes justice, religious liberty, and interfaith understanding by educating, organizing and equipping progressive people of faith and goodwill for advocacy, dialogue, and celebration.
The Threshold is a Christian community of spiritually eclectic people who gather for transformative, contemplative worship; for shared spiritual practice; for local and global partnerships; and for intentional community. Its roots are at Calvary, which introduced contemplative worship in the style of Taizé to the metro area two decades ago. Pre-pandemic, the Threshold community meets Sundays, 5-6 pm, with silence beginning at 4:45 pm in the Chapel at Calvary Baptist Church of Denver.
The Region, American Baptist Churches of the Rocky Mountains, was birthed in 1972 with the merger of the American Baptist Conventions of Colorado and Wyoming. Over time, churches in New Mexico and Moab, Utah were added to make up the Region as we know it today. Churches join together to do what they cannot do separately. In our Region, churches join together to form clusters: Western Slope, Southeast Colorado/New Mexico, Metro Denver, Northern Front Range, and Wyoming. Located in Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, and Eastern Utah. About 100 congregations gather each Sunday to study and worship. Some 28,000 persons identify themselves as members of these congregations.
American Baptist Churches is one of the most diverse Christian denominations today, with over 5,200 local congregations comprised of 1.3 million members across the United States and Puerto Rico. Our mission is to serve as the hands and feet of Christ.
Walking together in faith, working together for justice is the mission of our covenanting denominations, congregations and affiliated partners as they come together to be the Colorado Council of Churches.