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:



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


Prophecy Bible Study/Sunday School Class!

The End of the Beginning, by Ken Power, taught by Jim Wobermin, meets in the Fireside Room, 9:00 am Sundays.  There’s still time for you to join.

In a time when current events seem to be spinning out of control and truth is hard to find, this Bible study is designed to settle our hearts and minds that we need not be afraid if we have received God’s gift of salvation through Jesus Christ and follow Him. We are assured that God can be trusted with our very lives.  Instead of being afraid of what is now or is to come, future prophecy can give us peace that passes all understanding.

When the risen Messiah appeared to John on the Isle of Patmos, Jesus told him, “Do not be afraid; I am the First and the Last. I am He who lives, and was dead, and behold, I am alive forevermore. Amen. And I have the keys of Hades and of Death. Write the things which you have seen, and the things which are, and the things which will take place after this.” (Revelation 1:17-19)

This study will first focus on what God has told us about His plan from fulfilled prophecy and the ties to the broad sweep of mans’ history, the different roles for God’s chosen people and the Church, and that His plan is carried out in His city Jerusalem on God’s self-imposed timeline.  We will then discover what is in store in our future to complete God’s plan of redemption and purification for mankind, and His plan of reconciliation with His children.  There are many valuable and life altering gems found in God’s Word. Please join us for the ultimate journey of your life.

Material can be read online or printed on your own and placed in a notebook. A calendar of weekly readings and scripture will be available. Lively discussion will enlighten our understanding.  Your participation is wanted!  Please contact the church office at 303-467-2020 if you are interested in joining so we can plan for YOU!



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.


The Tuesday Morning Women’s Bible Study has begun a nine week study on The Trinity, using Great Truths of the Bible by Dr. Alan B. Stringfellow.   Please join us at 9:00 am Tuesdays in the Fireside Room. Study material will be available at the class.  Contact Clarene Shelley at 303.913.9586 to request the study.

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.


May 2022
Join us Saturday, May 14, in the theatre of nature for our birdwatching tour.  We will meet at 4Cs parking lot at 8:00 am and leave by 8:15.  Rain or shine, we will be heading out to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge with our guide, accomplished birder, Ed Holub.  Be sure to bring a jacket, good shoes and water.  Keep your eyes and ears open and you’re sure to see something special!  You may want to bring a pair of binoculars.  Please call the church office if you plan to attend. 

Castlewood Canyon
Historic Nature Hike
Saturday, June 18  9:00-1:00
Take a five-mile hike through Castlewood Canyon and afterwards join the group for lunch at Scileppi’s at the Old Stone Church.