What is Community Life at 4C’s?

Learning to love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength is a life-long process. We never “graduate” from the school of Christian living. As we learn to apply and obey Christ’s teachings, our lifestyle will increasingly reflect our commitment to Christ. In other words, the result of this life-long process is real, radical change, as expressed in both our individual and our community life.
To support holistic and integrated formation within individuals and within the church, we believe that there are four essential elements that foster the transforming work of the Spirit. Practices within each of these 4 areas should be engaged by our community
  • 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

Our hope at 4C’s is to 1. help mature believers to become disciples, 2. encourage others to take responsibility for their Christian growth, 3. encourage the Community of Faith to take responsibility for the growth of its people, and 4. create an environment where Christian formation is centered of the calling of Christ for growing deeper in Christ and further in His Kingdom mission.

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:

Community Life Group Leaders Resources

The Art of Neighboring: Perhaps your Community Life Group is interested in working through a study on reaching out to your neighborhood.

The Art of Neighboring video study will empower you and your group to learn how to hold conversations, face fears that many of us have in sharing our faith and understanding the role of hospitality as a witness for Christ.  Follow this link to RightNow Media to connect with the study. 


Small Group Study Notes: The sermon audio and study notes are archived and available on our “Messages” webpage. Click on the specific sermon date and the study download link is available underneath the audio box. For Sunday Sermon study notes, click here.


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.


Community Life Group Attendance: Attendance Response Form We ask leaders to complete this form as soon as possible after an event. The church does not maintain records on who attends, we only track total attendance.





Permanent Bible Studies and Prayer Opportunites



Wednesday Prayer—6:30 pm on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. We have resumed meeting at church. We are practicing social distancing and wearing masks.  Please join us when you feel ready. 

Neighborhood Prayer Walk— Watch here for updates.


Women’s Bible Study — Has resumed meeting at the church on Tuesday mornings at 9:00 am.  We are practicing social distancing and wearing masks.  Please join us when you feel ready.  Questions – Please contact the church office at 303-467-2020 x121.

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 (Zoom substitue facilitator is Don Read and Friday morning substitue is George Capan).

Sunday Morning Bible Study — Join us on Sundays, at 9:00 am in the Couch Room downstairs for  “Praise, Prose, and Poetry 2020: Delight Yourself in the Lord.”  We will be reading through Psalms, Proverbs, Job, Ruth, Esther, Song of Solomon, Lamentations, and the Book of John.  Read a chapter a day for six days a week January through November 2020.  The first day’s reading began January 1 but it is never too late to start reading scripture!

 Join in for lively discussion of the prior week’s reading, or simply read on your own at home.  

Contact Cindy Oury at 303.810.6686, or by email at to be added to the weekly Questions to Ponder study guide sent to your inbox.




For any other Questions: Call the office (x133).