Faith Family Hospitality Network (FFH) provides fellowship, overnight housing, meals and support to local families experiencing homelessness. For four weeks out of the year PEAK becomes a home to these families.
Warming Place is a partnership with the Fort Collins Homelessness Coalition, Grace Church Presbyterian, and the Fort Collins Mennonite Fellowship to offer a warm place for folks to spend time between 6:00 to 10:00 pm nightly. PEAK is open Sunday nights. We make food together, share a meal, swap stories, and clean up.
Safe Place to Rest provides overflow, overnight shelter to our neighbors without homes. In collaboration with local shelters, the city, and several organizations, PEAK provides a safe place to rest Wednesday nights during the cold weather months.
Partners We Support
Homelessness Prevention Initiative/Neighbor to Neighbor provides rental assistance to members of our community who face the loss of their housing through unforeseen emergencies.
A Face to Reframe exists to prevent human trafficking through participatory arts, training, and community building. We envision empowered people who embrace their glory.
The Matthews House
The mission of the Matthews House is to empower young adults and families in transition who lack a significant support network by providing the resources and relationships necessary for them to take control of their lives and shape positive futures for themselves, while becoming successful contributors to their community.
Alpha Center is a Christian medical clinic that serves our community by providing free services and education related to sexual health. They have served the Larimer County area since 1985.
International Students Inc. (ISI) exists to share Christ’s love with international students and to equip them for effective service in cooperation with the local church and others.
Global partnerships are coordinated through Church of God Global Ministries
Every December, for over 40 years, we publicly reenact the story of Jesus’ birth. Folks from all ages in the congregation — and several animals — participate in three nights of “street theater” in front of our church building.