Welcome!

Welcome to Northglenn Christian Church located at 1800 E. 105th Place, Northglenn, Colorado. Our building is at the southwest corner of 105th Place and Irma Drive.

We offer three worship services each Sunday morning, at 8:30 and 10:00. The only difference in the services is the musical style. At the 8:30 and 10:00 services in the Chapel, we sing choruses and traditional hymns with piano and organ accompaniment. The 10:00 service in the Auditorium offers a more contemporary style of worship with guitars and drums.


September Verse of the Month

2 Thessalonians 1:3 - We ought always to thank God for you, brothers and sisters, and rightly so,
because your faith is growing more and more, and the love all of you have for one another is increasing.


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Missions Focus

This month's Missions Communiqué outlines Pat Mahoney's new association with Colegio Biblico, located in Eagle Pass, Texas.


Make a Joyful Noise!

Our adult choir practices in the chapel on Wednesdays from 7 to 8 pm. The choir sings every Sunday at the 8:30 service September through May, and presents a seasonal cantata at Christmas and Easter. All voices are welcome!

Basics For Believers class

Our "fundamentals" class began September 14, at 8:30 and 10:00 Sunday School hours. The nine-week class is for those new to our congregation, as well as anyone wanting to learn more about what we believe at Northglenn Christian Church. Topics of study include

  • Acquiring the Essentials
  • Building Our Faith
  • Continuing in Service

This grief recovery support group meets here on Wednesdays. Each meeting is stand-alone,
so you can join any time.
The $20 cost includes a workbook.
GriefShare is on a short break, with a new session beginning October 1.

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Sunday Messages


We are studying the "greeting" portion of Paul's 13 letters, in the order in which they were written. In the process, we will learn a lot about the dynamic ministry of Paul who was largely responsible for the spread of Christianity so rapidly into the heart of the Roman Empire and also to its outer regions.

Sept 7: The Charter of Freedom
     Galatians 1:1-5
Sept 14: The Ideal Church
     1 Thessalonians 1:1-3
Sept 21: A Church To Be Proud of
     2 Thessalonians 1:1-4
Sept 28: Called To Be Saints
     1 Corinthians 1:1-3

Oct 5: Consoled To Console
     2 Corinthians 1:1-4
Oct 12: And Now for the Good News
     Romans 1:1-7
Oct 19: A Living Lesson on Forgiveness
     Philemon 1:1-3
Oct 26: The Body Formed in Eternity
     Ephesians 1:1-6

Nov 2: Love Based on Hope
     Colossians 1:1-5
Nov 9: Joy, Joy, and More Joy
     Philippians 1:1-5
Nov 16: A Beloved Child Remembered in Prayer
     1 Timothy 1:1-4
Nov 23: The Faith That We Share
     Titus 1:1-4
Nov 30: Passing on the Faith
     2 Timothy 1:1-3

activities for Seniors

  • Senior Luncheon September 25
    All seniors are invited to meet at Golden Corral (97th & Grant) for our monthly luncheon. Plan to come Thursday at 11:30 to enjoy the food and fellowship!

Bring your 'Labels for Education' for Shiloh Christian Children's Ranch and drop them in the collection bag on the mission board. They are used toward the purchase of arts, academic, and athletic items.


We have supported Community of Faith United (COFU) through some of our members volunteering their time and also by donating food, clothing, and other items needed by COFU's clients.

COFU needs additional volunteers in specific areas:

  • Financial – Helping clients to manage their incomes in setting up accounts, budgeting their finances, and tracking daily living expenses.
  • Housing – Assist in finding temporary or permanent housing.
  • Employment – How to fill out résumés, finding job opportunities, getting interviews.
  • Computers – Learning how to find information and using programs that they will need to help them get back to being on their own.

If you are interested in any of these volunteer opportunities, contact COFU at 303-452-2727.

Other opportunities

  • The City of Northglenn collects bicycles that they will refurbish and give away. For more information, visit the City Web site.

Our Food Bank is used by over 80 families each month. September needs include

Canned fruit Peanut Butter Macaroni & cheese
Ramen Bath soap Toilet paper
Canned pasta Pasta/spaghetti/noodles Tomato sauce & paste
Eggs Ground turkey Ground beef
Shampoo Canned vegetables Boxed meals

Check the list on the flyer for more needs.
We always can use egg cartons and plastic grocery bags.

Please leave donations in designated bins.