What is Community Life at 4C’s?

Our hope at 4Cs is to build an environment where Christians of all stages can enter into transformational discipleship.

What is transformational discipleship?

For us it means that we want to see our community live with dedication to growing deeper in the calling of Christ, deeper into His community, and further in His Kingdom mission. Our faith journey is a lifelong process of learning to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength.

We never “graduate” from the school of Christian living. As we learn to apply and obey Christ’s teachings, our life will increasingly reflect our commitment to Christ. In other words, transformational discipleship is the result of a lifelong process. A real, radical change expressed in both our individual and our community life.

To support Christian growth in individuals and within the church, we believe that there are four essential elements that foster the transforming work of the Spirit:

  • God’s Word – Shaping our Actions and our lives

  • Relationships – Community nurturing and encouraging our growth

  • Obedient Living – Abiding in Christ as we hear his call to witness for his name

  • Worship – Interacting with and experiencing the presence of God

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Community Life Groups

At 4C’s, we believe it is of the utmost importance that each of us has a place to be known and to know others. No matter how long you have been in our community, if you are looking for a point of connection where you can grow personally and spiritually, consider joining a Community Life Group (CLG) this season.

For more information or questions, please contact Nathan Alley, the Director of Community Growth:

Digging Deeper Into the Word: 

How you can invest deeper into your relationship with God? 
Join us in this group study on the
1st and 3rd Monday nights at 6:30 pm, beginning September 20. 
We will look to grow in our ability to engage with and study the Holy Bible. For many of us, it feels like Bible study should not be only for scholars and theologians. Yet, why is it so difficult to understand? What exactly are these really old Scriptures trying to say to us in the 21st Century? 
Together, we will work through the misconceptions and learn to engage the Scriptures according to the Bible’s design, and not by our own ways. We will learn how to do DIY Bible study at home and learn how to engage the Greek and Hebrew. 



Community Life Group Leaders Resources

Small Group Study Notes: The sermon video is archived and available on our “Messages” webpage. 


Growing as a Small Group Leader: The book Leading Small Groups with a Purpose is an excellent resource for anyone looking to facilitate a meaninful small groups. Copies of this book are available as a free resource to our Community Life Group leaders. Please connect with Nathan Alley if you would like a copy of this book.






Permanent Bible Studies and Prayer Opportunities



Wednesday Prayer—6:30 pm on the first and third Wednesdays of the month.  All are welcome and encouraged to join us.  We meet in the Worship Center.  Our time of prayer is centered on praying for our church, community, and country.

Neighborhood Prayer Walk— Watch here for updates.


Women’s Bible Study – We are back to our normal time, 9-11am, in the Fellowship Hall and have begun a new study called “Great Truths of the Bible” by Dr. Alan B. Stringfellow.  Feel free to join us anytime.  This will be a 15 week study on principles of the Christian faith which will take us through December.  Questions:  Contact Clarene Shelley at or x135.

Male Call Friday Mornings Friday mornings at 6am in the Fellowship Center (please enter through South doors). Regularly scheduled Zoom meetings happening on Thursday nights at 7 pm — let us know if you want to be given the call-in information Led by Pastor Dave.


Adults Ages 40+ For the ’empty nesters’ in our community.  Join us as we enjoy the activities of life together.  We will go on tours, attend musicals, eat meals together, all in the name of being together in Christ.  ALL Adults are welcome to join in the diverse events and outings.

CCCU Christmas Concert

We invite you to join us on Friday, December 3, at  7:00 pm for Colorado Christian University’s Christmas concert – “A Sign Shall be Given.”  We have 25 Senior Adult Tickets available for $10 each.  The  concert will feature instrumental and vocal students, a variety of soloists, and special readings — all designed to open our hearts to the joy and true meaning of this holy time of year.

If you’re interested in joining us for either event, contact the church office at 303.467.2020.  Please let us know if you need a ride or are willing to drive.