Denver Metro/Boulder Community Resources

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ARVADA

CHURCHES & RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

AUMCArvada United Methodist Church

6750 Carr Street
Arvada, CO 80004
303-421-5135
www.arvadaumc.org

A church with Open Minds, Open Hearts and Open Doors – creating and promoting a thoughtful, compassionate, and inclusive expression of faith.

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ArvadaUCCFirst United Church of Arvada

7195 Simms Street
Arvada, Colorado 80004
303-421-0891
arvadaucc@gmail.com
www.arvadaucc.org

We are an open and affirming congregation and welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people to join our congregation. We believe that the worth of others comes from their uniqueness as individuals.

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KOG_extKing of Glory Lutheran Church

10001 W 58th Ave
Arvada, CO 80001
303-421-9930
KOGnews650@gmail.com
www.kog-arvada.org

We are an open and affirming congregation and welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people to join our congregation. We believe that the worth of others comes from their uniqueness as individuals.

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SOJ-AMC-2-300x183Living Light of Peace

5927 Miller St.
Arvada, CO 80004
303-424-6261
livinglightofpeace@gmail.com
www.arvadamennonitecob.org

We are building an intentional community.  We are a “safe place” were you can be yourself, ask questions, explore your faith, and learn from each other.  We don’t have all the answers.  We need you to help us find answers to what God has for us in today’s world.

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SOCSpirit of Christ Catholic Community

7400 West 80th Avenue
Arvada, CO 80003
303-422-9173
Staff@SpiritOfChrist.org
www.SpiritOfChrist.org

We, the diverse members of this vibrant Catholic Community, commit ourselves to loving and serving one another in the unifying and healing Spirit of Jesus.

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AURORA

ADVOCACY

AdoptionExchangeThe Adoption Exchange

14232 East Evans Avenue
Aurora, CO 80014
303-755-4756
800-451-5246
www.AdoptEx.org

Dedicated to helping waiting children in Colorado find safe, loving, permanent homes. In addition, we are here to assist adoptive families by providing resource information and referrals, support, advocacy and education.

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CHURCHES & RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

ASLCAll Saints Lutheran Church

15625 E. Iliff Ave
Aurora, CO 80013
303-752-4083
Info@AllSaintsNet.org
www.AllSaintsNet.org

A local light of the Great Light, we feature pot lucks, sacraments, youth group, confirmation classes, Habitat houses, Sunday School, help for the poor, food bank, nice people, the hand of welcome, ESL classes, Bible classes, community service, joy in the Lord, and good singing!

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HolyFamilyChurch of the Holy Family

16738 E. Iliff Ave
Aurora, CO 80013
303-369-9000
Lisa@HolyFamilyCO.org

www.ChurchOfHolyFamily.com

The Church of the Holy Family is an ecumenical Catholic faith community comprised of Christians from many faith traditions who seek to make the richness of Catholic spirituality and tradition available and accessible to all.

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MVUCMountain View United Church

10700 E Evans Ave
Aurora, CO 80014
303-755-3799
Office@MtViewChurch.com
www.MtViewChurch.com

We are Mountain View United Church, a welcoming and inclusive community of worship.  Our Vision is to educate and support a spiritual, Christian, ecumenical body that reaches out to the community and to those in need throughout the world.

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pic_parkviewParkview Congregational Church UCC

12444 E Parkview Drive
Aurora, CO 80011
303-366-5224
Office@ParkviewUCC.org
www.ParkviewUCC.org

Living as a whole people of God, Parkview Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, serves as a vital growing force for life, hope, love and reconciliation within our fellowship and the larger community.

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StPPCSt. Paul Presbyterian Church

18901 E. Hampden Ave
Aurora, CO 80013
303-693-3434
www.StPPC.org

St. Paul Presbyterian Church welcomes everyone! We take great delight in our worship of God, and we seek to show warm welcome and kindness to one another.

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BOULDER

ADVOCACY

pflag-logo copyPFLAG Boulder

P.O. Box 19696
Boulder, CO 80308
303-444-8164
Info@PFLAGBoulder.org
www.PFLAGBoulder.org

PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered (GLBT) persons, their families and friends.

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CHURCHES & RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

CUCCCommunity United Church of Christ

2650 Table Mesa Dr
Boulder, CO 80305
303-499-9119
Office@CUCCBoulder.org
www.CUCCBoulder.org

Community United Church of Christ (CUCC) of Boulder, Colorado is a progressive, Christian fellowship of spiritual seekers who believe there are many paths to God. We invite you to bring questions and doubts as we all seek answers and faith.

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FCUCCFirst Congregational Church

1128 Pine St
Boulder, CO 80302
303-442-1787
Info@FirstCong.net
www.FirstCong.net

Everyone is welcome here: believers and agnostics, conventional Christians and questioning skeptics, people of all sexual orientations, the despairing and the hopeful, those of all races and cultures, and those of all classes and abilities. Jesus didn’t turn anyone away—neither do we.

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FUMCFirst United Methodist Church

1421 Spruce St
Boulder, CO 80302
303-442-3770
Office@FUMCBoulder.org
www.FUMCBoulder.org

First United Methodist Church of Boulder welcomes everyone. We believe that our differences are gifts from God and that our intentional efforts to grow and increasingly diverse and inclusive faith community make God happy.

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LutheranStudentMovementLCM/Colorado University

1001 13th St
Boulder, CO 80302
720-583-3857
LCMPastor@Colorado.edu
www.Colorado.edu/studentgroups/lcm

God has called us to welcome people of every color and culture, every sexual orientation and gender identity, people filled with faith and doubt. Please be welcome in this place to celebrate and sorrow, rejoice and recover. Be welcome.

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Mount Calvary LutheranMount Calvary Lutheran Church

3485 Stanford Court
Boulder, CO 80305
303-499-1444
MountCalvary-Boulder@gmail.com
www.MountCalvary-Boulder.org

Mount Calvary is a Receptive, responsive, and Reconciling in Christ community of faith. We wish to make known our caring,  concern, and welcome to all people, whatever their age, gender, race sexual orientation, physical or mental capability, education or religious background, economic, martial, or social status.

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StJohnsSt. Johns Episcopal Church

1419 Pine St
Boulder, CO 80302
303-442-5246
Office@StJohnsBoulder.org
www.StJohnsBoulder.org

St. John’s is the downtown Episcopal Church in Boulder, Colorado. We are an inclusive, Christ-centered community reaching out to all who are seeking a deeper spirituality and relationship with God and one another.

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StMaryMagdaleneECSt. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church

4775 Cambridge Street
Boulder, CO 80301
303-530-1421
Office@StMaryMagdalene.org
www.StMaryMagdalene.org

A faith community celebrating and sharing God’s love. We invite you to come, visit and participate in our community of faith.

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WesleyFellowshipWesley Foundation at C.U.

1290 Folsom St
Boulder, CO 80302
303-443-3934
Webmaster@WesleyF.org
www.WesleyF.org

A progressive Young-Adult Campus Ministry. Check out what God’s doing here! We’re a diverse community. We’re Methodists, mystics, meditators, agnostics, non-denominational, seekers, & more! Open to ALL!

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ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS

BurntLensCinemaBent Lens Cinema

PO Box 4112
Boulder, Colorado 80306
Cinema@BentLens.org
www.BentLens.org

Bent Lens Cinema is equal parts political activism and community building, articulated through the topics, storylines and productions that we choose; and by the fact that we dare to illuminate the images of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer people onto the “big screen.”

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BROOMFIELD

CHURCHES & RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

United Church of BroomfieldUnited Church of Broomfield UCC

825 Kohl St
Broomfield, CO 80020
303-466-8355
Rejoice@BroomfieldUCC.org
www.BroomfieldUCC.org

United Church of Broomfield is an open and affirming congregation of the United Church of Christ.

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CONIFER

CHURCHES & RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

WildroseUCCWild Rose Congregational Church

26812 Barkley Rd
Conifer, CO 80433
303-670-0775
www.WildRoseChurch.org

An open and affirming progressive Christian Community where people come to effect positive change in the world by joining with others to find acceptance, enhance their relationship with God, find meaning beyond busy-ness, and teach children tolerance and justice.

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DENVER

ADVOCACY

AlexanderFoundation copyThe Alexander Foundation

PO Box 1995
Denver, CO 80201
P: 303-331-7733
F: 303-331-1953
TheAlexanderFoundation@yahoo.com
www.TheAlexanderFoundation.org

The Alexander foundation exists to enhance the lives of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered people by providing financial assistance to those in need throughout Colorado.

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DenverElementThe Denver Element

655 Broadway, Suite 425
Denver, CO 80203
720-382-5900
www.TheDenverElement.com

ELEMENT is a Denver’s Gay Men’s Wellness Initiative, supported by The Mile High Council on Substance Abuse and Mental Health.

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Equal Rights Colorado

P. O. Box 181267
Denver, CO 80218
303-898-7771
www.EqualRightsColorado.org

Equal Rights Colorado is a non-partisan, statewide organization that works to end discrimination, prejudice and violence and to secure human and civil rights for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, their families and their communities.

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New_GIC_logo copyGender Identity Center of Colorado

120 Bryant St.
Denver, CO 80219
303-202-6466
Info@giccolorado.org

www.GICColorado.org

The GIC was formed to provide support to anyone gender variant in their gender identity and expression.

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GillFoundation copyGill Foundation

2215 Market Street
Denver, CO 80205
888-530-4455
303-292-4455
Info@GillFoundation.org
www.GillFoundation.org

An advocate for LGBT equality. Today more than ever, we are committed to securing equal opportunity for all Americans, regardless of sexual orientation and gender expression.

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TheCenterGLBT Community Center of Colorado

1301 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80218
303-733-7743
www.GLBTColorado.org

Colorado’s GLBT community resource. Produces Denver PrideFest third weekend of June annually.

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ICRME copyImperial Court of the Rocky Mountain Empire

www.ICRME.org

One of Colorado’s oldest gay organizations, the ICRME raises for the community through drag performances and fancy-dress balls.

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MHFBMile High Freedom Band

PO Box 9036
Denver, CO 80209
720-515-MHFB(6432)
www.MHFB.org

The Mile High Freedom Band just celebrated its 25th year of supporting Denver organizations with musical performances at events and functions.

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PPRM copyPlanned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains

7155 E. 38th Avenue
Denver, CO 80207
303.321.PLAN (7526)
www.PlannedParenthood.org

Planned Parenthood offers numerous services for the gay community including STD and HIV testing and prostate and testicular cancer screenings.

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RMHSRocky Mountain Human Services

Julie Bansch-Wickert
10375 E Harvard Ave, Ste 400
Denver, Colorado 80231
303-636-5643
Info@RMHumanServices.org
www.RMHumanServices.org

Open your heart and home to a child with special needs: Become a foster care provider.

 

UrbanPeak copyUrban Peak Denver

730 21st Street
Denver, CO 80205
Phone: 303-974-2900
TTY/TDD: 800-659-2656
www.UrbanPeak.org

Urban Peak helps homeless youth at risk of becoming homeless overcome real life challenges by providing essential services and a supportive community, empowering them to become self-sufficient adults.

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CHURCHES & RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

AfterHours-logo-RMNAfterHours Denver

1201 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, Colorado 80218
720-583-4569
Jerry@AfterHoursDenver.org
www.AfterHoursDenver.org

AfterHours Denver, is a faith and action community that began in July of 2011 to serve the poor and unchurched of metro Denver. We believe in doing good & God, different. We are church for people that don’t do church.

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ALC-color-logo-gifAugustana Lutheran Church

5000 East Alameda Ave
Denver, CO 80246
303-388-4678
www.AugustanaDenver.org

Guided by the Holy Spirit we gather in Christian community, reach out and invite, offer hope and healing in Jesus Christ, and walk humbly with God.

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BekChurchUCCDenverBerkeley Community UCC Church

3701 W. 50th Ave.
(northwest corner of 50th & Meade) 
Denver, CO 80221
303-433-5881
Office@BerkChurchUCC.org
www.BerkChurchUCC.org

We are a welcoming church.  Jesus did not reject people and neither do we.  God calls us to love each other and we embrace that calling, welcoming the whole person into community.  Our gender identities and expressions, our sexual orientation, our age, our race, our politics, our income, our physical bodies, our resources, our identities all serve to ground and locate us, but can never be a source of separation from God’s love and our call to share that love.

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calvary_logoCalvary Baptist Church

6500 East Girard Ave
Denver, CO 80224
303-757-8421
CBC@CalvaryDenver.org
www.CalvaryDenver.org

Calvary is an American Baptist church that is, first and foremost, an inclusive church community focused on experiencing and sharing the extraordinary and unconditional love of God.

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MCCMetropolitan Community Church of the Rockies

980 Clarkson St
Denver, CO 80218
303-860-1819
www.MCCRockies.org

Metropolitan Community Church of the Rockies is a church of the lesbian and gay community, our families and friends. We are not a traditional church; we are a vibrant faith community based on a passionate belief in God’s grace.

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CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

Visit DenverVisit Denver

1600 California St., Unit 6
Denver, CO 80202
303-892-1505
www.Denver.org/about-denver/LGBT

One of the top LGBT travel destinations.

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SOCIAL GROUPS

COPrimeTimersColorado Prime Timers

P.O. Box 300274
Denver, CO 80203
303-331-2458
Info@ColoradoPrimeTimers.com

www.ColoradoPrimeTimers.com

An active, vibrant organization with approximately 160 members.

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DANDsThe DAN-D’s (Denver Area Nude Dudes)

PO Box 300193
Denver, CO 80203
303-437-0414
DANDs92@hotmail.com
www.DAN-Ds.com

The DAN-Ds are an all male, non-sexual, social naturist group for guys 19 and over who enjoy being in the nude with other like minded guys. They do a lot of things in the nude, but there are also some clothed events. They have a swimming event once a month at a fitness center on the east side of Denver where the entire event is in the nude.

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gayBizDenver Gay Professionals

Info@DenverGayProfessionals.com
www.DenverGayProfessionals.com

Networking group for gay professionals in Denver.

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FrontRangeBears copyFront Range Bears

P.O. Box 300534
Denver, CO 80203
Mailbox@FrontRangeBears.org
www.FrontRangeBears.org

Social club for hirsute men and their admirers.

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EDGEWATER

ADVOCACY

CSFPAColorado State Foster Parent Association

2497 Fenton St
Edgewater, CO 80214
303-463-7989
Office@CSFPA.org
www.CSFPA.org

CSFPA is a voice for all foster, kinship and adoptive families in Colorado. We provide key services to these special families by providing education programs, support referrals, and advocacy.

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LITTLETON

ADVOCACY

PLAGHRPFLAG Highlands Ranch

PO Box 3487
Littleton, CO 80161
Info@PFLAGHighlandsRanch.org
www.PFLAGHighlandsRanch.org

PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered (GLBT) persons, their families and friends.

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CHURCHES & RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

 

Abiding HopeAbiding Hope Lutheran Church

6337 S. Robb Way
Littleton, CO 80127
303-972-1283
ChurchOffice@AbidingHopeLutheran.org
www.AbidingHopeLutheran.org

Abiding Hope is an active, growing Lutheran community whose vision is to be a Wholly Unleashed Faith Community and whose mission is to Equip All to Be the Heart, Hands, and Feet of Jesus in the World!

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CUCLogoColumbine United Church UCC

6375 S. Platte Canyon Rd.
Littleton, CO 80123
303-798-1845
www.ColumbineChurch.org

Columbine is an open, welcoming community.  We are a place where faith and life meet.  Our opinions and thoughts are diverse, our theology is open, and our social ethics are affirming and welcoming.

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NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

ADVOCACY

Acredited CollegesCollege Guide for LGBT Students

www.AccreditedColleges.com

 

17191379_1446852228698961_1970845603669389611_nEveryone Is Gay

556 S Fair Oaks Avenue
Suite 101 #490
Pasadena, CA 91105
www.EveryoneIsGay.com

Everyone Is Gay provides advice to LGBTQ youth and works to foster compassionate school environments and communities.

 

13903241_1124333880943927_8895547605313309530_nMy Kid Is Gay

556 S Fair Oaks Avenue
Suite 101 #490
Pasadena, CA 91105
www.MyKidIsGay.com

My Kid Is Gay is an online advice-based resource for families and communities of LGBTQ youth.

 

Trevor-Project.jpegThe Trevor Project

Teen Suicide Hotline
The Trevor project is a national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among the LGBTQ youth.

866-4-U-Trevor
(866) 488-7386
www.TheTrevorProject.org

 

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

RehabsRehabs.com

888-716-9806
www.Rehabs.com

 

 

 

STATEWIDE ORGANIZATIONS

ADVOCACY

OneColoradoOne Colorado

1490 Lafayette St, Suite 304
Denver, CO 80218
303-396-6170
www.One-Colorado.org

One Colorado is a statewide advocacy organization. We’re committed to creating a fair and just Colorado for all people, especially lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Coloradans and their families.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

25-year-bDenver Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce

PO Box 103066
Denver, CO 80250
720-900-4522
info@denverglc.org

www.DenverGLC.org

The Denver Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is a statewide, equal-opportunity chamber of commerce comprised of LGBT and LGBT-supportive business owners and professionals. We’re the heart of GLBT networking and business growth.

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SPORTS & RECREATION

CGRA copyColorado Gay Rodeo Association

www.CGRA.us

The Colorado Gay Rodeo Association (CGRA) is the oldest of more than 25 gay rodeo associations in North America.

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