E L D E R S
“I would not be able to serve the Church in any capacity if it wasn’t for my amazing wife, Lisa.”
Don takes his direction for his purpose as an elder and spiritual goals for the church directly from God’s word, specifically Ephesians 4:12-16
"God has certainly blessed this congregation."
Travis manages the budget and has recently taken on the role of Elder for the congregation.
When sharing the gospel, “Shut up and let God talk to ‘em.“
As an Elder in Christ's Church, Justin takes on the role of watching over the congregation, watching out for false teaching, counseling, and praying for the weak and troubled members, as well as feeding the flock through teaching and fellowship.
"Teens are said to be the future of the church, and if that's the case, the future is here!"
Rory served as Youth Deacon for 5 years and a parent leader for Singing Youth of Denver for 11 years before accepting the responsibility of serving as elder in December 2013.
D E A C O N S
Deacon of Seniors
Ron serves the senior members of our congregation (55+). Ron believes the elder members of the church are not “past their prime” and works hard to provide opportunities for those in their twilight years to build relationships among their Christian peers through fellowship and avenues of service.
Deacon of H2H Ministry
H2H is patterned after first century church in the book of Acts. Small groups meet in various members' homes on Sunday afternoon or evening for a potluck style meal and one hour sermon application discussion. James 1:22 says “But prove yourselves doers of the word, and not merely hearers who delude themselves.”
Click here for more information on group options currently available.
Deacon of Outreach
Eric serves with the mission of encouraging the local community to look to their Creator for salvation.
Deacon of Encouragement and Prayer
Shane is responsible for facilitating encouragement among the members of the congregation and making prayer requests known throughout the week. He also leads a ministry that sends cards to those who are sick physically and spiritually or suffering from loss.
Deacon of Benevolence
Ed is the congregational focal point for responding to requests for charitable assistance in times of need. His primary emphasis is on the Castle Rock congregation, but he is also mindful of the community needs as an outreach opportunity.
Deacon of Outreach
“My purpose with the congregation is to inspire and lead people to spiritual growth and a fulfilling relationship with God.”
Matthew is a minister in every sense. When not preaching, teaching class, or hiking the Colorado Mountains; he likes to visit members in their homes and can often be found ministering to sick members in hospitals.
To learn more about Matthew, visit his blog matthewmorine.weebly.com.