Making disciples of all nations by proclaiming the Gospel, praying, going & serving.

One Child Matters

A child sponsorship program located in the sixteen poorest countries around the world. They strive to meet the child’s physical, mental and spiritual needs. We have 3 Hope Centers: 2 in the Philippines and 1 in Honduras. All together we help take care of almost 500 children. Each year we take family missions trips to both locations to meet our sponsored children and their families, do VBS programs, work projects and programs at there local schools. One Child Matters is another large strategic partner that we support at a high level.


Project Rescue

Started in 1996 to rescue women and children out of the trafficking industry in Bombay, India with 37 girls. Today it is in six cities in India with 12 sites or homes. Last year they helped over 35,000 people and have now launched into eight total countries. We helped buy a home in Delhi, India where over 1200 women and children were cared for last year. Project Rescue is a large strategic partner that we support at a high level.


Local Partnerships & Missionaries


Hope's Promise

Hope’s Promise facilitates both domestic and international adoption, provides options counseling to women and men facing unintended pregnancy, and operates a child sponsorship program for orphaned children in developing countries.

Currently, Plum Creek serves as a sponsor for their annual fundraising golf tournament, supports the Birth Mother Tea around Mother’s Day and has collected teddy bears that are distributed to moms who are making an adoption plan at birth as well as to the children on their court date as they are placed in their forever homes.

Help & Hope Center

The Help & Hope Center meets the immediate needs of individuals and families who are in financial distress and at the risk of becoming homeless.  They provide essential services that help their clients maintain dignity through economic hardship and personal challenges.

Currently, Plum Creek provide a Women’s Toiletry Drive throughout the month of May and a Men’s Toiletry Drive in the month of June at the Love the Valley Resource Area. Toiletries are consistently the highest need at the Food Bank. In the past we have also done food drives as well as stocked their Birthday Party room.


Alternatives Pregnancy Center

Alternatives provides free pregnancy tests and consultations to explore the options, free STD testing and treatment and counseling after abortion support groups.  

Plum Creek honors Sanctity of Life Weekend each year, has provided opportunity for Plum Creekers to support them financially.


Kairos Prison Ministry International, Inc. (Kairos) is a Christian faith based ministry which addresses the spiritual needs of incarcerated men, women, youth, and their families. By sharing the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ, Kairos hopes to change hearts, transform lives and impact the world.



Since 2003, Groundwire has been leveraging media and technology in order to share the love found in Jesus Christ with youth and young adults. By placing well-produced and relevant commercials on the utilized media channels, we are able to share authentic hope with many who might not be ready to walk into a church. Each commercial invites the viewer/listener to have a conversation with “someone who understands”. Twenty-four hours a day, there are volunteer coaches online ready to listen, encourage, and point chatters to Jesus.

Women's Crisis Center

The Crisis Center exists to end domestic violence through advocacy, education, and prevention; while helping communities live free of violence. Their Inclusiveness Initiative distinguishes the Crisis Center as a leader in supporting underserved populations of violence victims including teens, the elderly, people of color, mono-lingual individuals, those living in rural areas, those who identify as LGBTQ and males.



Wellspring is an organizing that provides a work, enrichment and educational community where adults with special needs are empowered to live full, productive and satisfying lives in a God centered an nurturing environment.

Plum Creek has hosted volunteers from Wellspring to the church so that we can find out ways that our folks can volunteer with their program.

Winter Shelter Network

Winter Shelter Network is a network of churches serving the homeless in Douglas County by providing a temporary, safe shelter to receive rest, meals and connections during the winter months. They currently serve single women and single mothers with children in Douglas County.

Last season, Plum Creek with joy partnered with Joy Lutheran Church to provide volunteers who served as overnight hosts, meal preparers and washed and dried laundry for the guests.


Renew Respite

Renew Respite provides a fun, safe environment, free of charge for children with special needs and their siblings. Each child is paired with a volunteer for the evening, caregivers receive rest and connection and siblings have fun and feel important.

Plum Creek provides volunteers for this community program.

Neighbor Network

The Neighbor Network is an organization dedicated to helping seniors in our community stay independent. The provide transportation, handyman assistance, yard and chore services and companionship.  

Plum Creek began a program called “Share a Meal, Make a Memory” which connects interested individuals and families with a senior in the program for the opportunity to connect over lunch.


Bridge of Hope

Bridge of Hope is an organization focused on ending homelessness for single mothers and their children by providing neighboring relationships that demonstrate Christ’s love. The Bridge of Hope network includes a three way partnership between a woman and her children, 6-10 people from a Christian faith community coming together as “neighboring volunteers” and a case manager that supports and equips the relationships.

Currently, Plum Creek is involved with Bridge of Hope by providing some tangible support to the families involved. Small groups have come together and formed cleaning kits, summer fun bags, birthday party supplies and art kits.

Packs of Hope

The vision of Packs of Hope is to bring joy and hope to children entering the foster care system. They provide backpacks with all the items that the foster family will need for the first day and night so that they can connect with the child, who often comes without any personal items.  

We currently support Packs of Hope by providing backpacks for the over 150 children who enter the system every month. This began with an on camps women’s Bible study group and then we opened up the opportunity to all Plum Creekers.


Lend a Hand

The Foundation for Douglas County Schools hosts this annual school supply drive which provides over 1500 students in Douglas County with the back to school supplies they need.

We currently host a one month school supply drive at the Love the Valley Resource Area collecting specific supplies requested.

World Compass Academy

Our “neighbor” and the school next door, World Compass Academy, partners with us as they provide space for our K-5 program on a weekly basis. To show our appreciation and to encourage the teachers and staff at the school, we provide some kind of encouragement and appreciation gift once a month.


Plum Creek Initiatives


South Ridge Elementary

The mission of South Ridge Elementary:  We are committed to developing academic excellence, empowering creativity and diversity, fostering a global perspective, encouraging curiosity and inspiring actions that positively impact the world.  South has a special place in our hearts as they serve a diverse cultural and socio-economic population. 

Currently, Plum Creek supports the students by hosting an “envelope drive” each fall to purchase student centered  materials  (cafeteria tables, risers, field trip funds). We support the families by hosting Project Pajamas, an opportunity for each family that requests assistance around the holidays to receive a new pair of Christmas Pajamas for all the children in their household.  And, to support and encourage the staff and teachers, we provide Blessing Boxes in February, boxes filled with all of their favorite treats and gift cards.

All of these opportunities are available at the Love the Valley Resource Table.

Deaf Ministry

Plum Creek currently offers ASL interpretation for those deaf and hard of hearing at our Sunday morning service at 10am.  Interpreters are provided during the worship and message portions of the service. In addition, for events that require registration, we will often offer the opportunity for an ASL interpreter to be in attendance if possible.


Benevolence Fund

God has called each of us to bring help and hope to people in need. One of the ways that Plum Creek Church lives this out is by providing financial assistance to those in need. Assistance may be provided in the following areas: rent/mortgage, utilities, medical bills, groceries, gasoline, and counseling bills. Our desire is to help others engage in activities that will develop their relationship with God and provide the ultimate solution to their financial situation.

Laundry Love

Laundry Love is an opportunity to meet folks in the community, build relationship and connection and provide encouragement and resourcing … at the laundromat. We share food and fellowship as well as pay for the laundry. 

Currently, Plum Creek operates Laundry Love every Saturday from 9am-11am


Join us on a trip!

As part of our vision with missions, we believe we all are called to sharing the goespel all over the world. Join us as we take trips to several locations around the world to share the love of Jesus. Visit our missions page to see details about our trips for this year.



Athletes in Action is an international sports organization. We focus on equipping athletes and coaches to grow in relationship with Jesus and to multiply their life into others. Our ultimate goal is to see Christ-followers on every team, in every sport, in every nation. We do this by intentionally making athletic disciples that make athletic disciples.

Unfortunately, brokenness is systemic of sport. Along the Front Range of Colorado, we lead a team that influences college, Pro and Olympic athletes. We lead spiritual movements on 6 collegiate athletic departments and serve the Denver Broncos as their team chaplain.

When it comes to reaching the world, sport is a “universal language” provides a platform to offer the gospel of Jesus Christ to every person as the only lasting & eternal hope. The influence of athletes in every corner of the globe provides unmatched opportunity to impact sport culture and change the world

The mission statement that we are led by is from the Lord Jesus' Great Commission found in Matthew 28:18-20. It is CRU's desire that everyone on the planet could meet someone who truly knows Jesus. The parts Tammy, my wife, and I play are various. We help the staff and movement members of CRU and the church of our city to reach across cultural barriers to people groups who have never heard the name of Jesus in our city, our country and around the world. This includes Muslim and Buddhist groups and many other non-Christians. From missions classes, to practical in city outreach to summer mission trips to various places, the goal is the same, to help Christians be focused on the mission our Heavenly Father has invited us to join. As part of what we do, we coach others to know Christ better and be able to pass that love on to others. Tammy coaches fellow missionary moms, and I coach a number of different men, all with the goal of helping them know God's love and helping them pass it on to others. We believe that by helping people really get the love of God and learn to pass it on to others, we will help the entire world know!

Vital Church Ministry works to revitalize churches in leadership transition or crisis in North America and Western Europe.

Simply put, our mission is to bring the Father’s heart (love, Grace, companion, salvation) to the fatherless. A little deeper - God has led us to SHOW Who He is rather than just tell about Him. The majority of those who come through have heard all about God, but most have not seen the love of God in action. That’s what we do, we show and speak the Gospel!

Mike and Peggy Lowe are second career missionaries, serving with EFCA Reach Global, who are training and equipping Latino missionaries for service to the least reached people groups. Peggy is a mentor and an English teacher and Mike is using his construction skills in remodeling the Panamanian mission agency’s offices. Mike also works as part of a local church’s outreach to one of the poorest neighborhoods in Panama City.

Our Mission with, KidLink International, is to link every kid to a relationship with Jesus Christ and growing in a relationship with Him. We want kids to have the opportunity to be used in ministry with the talents and gifts God has given them.

Our mission is to also to train our pastors and children’s workers, so they are leaders that are people of excellence in communicating the gospel to the kids in every country.

Our mission is also to not only let Christ be experienced through our words, but also through our compassion and action for the less fortunate. These are the three pieces to the anchor of KidLink International.

YWAM Battambang's mission is to bring transformation to Cambodia in one generation. One Nation. One Generation. We are pursuing this by cultivating personal and growing love for God in our staff, so that our staff are equipped and empowered to bring the Kingdom of God to Battambang, our target provinces in Cambodia, and the target nations around us (China, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar). I help to lead the School of Biblical Studies, a nine-month program that teaches Cambodians and foreigners how to study each book of the bible in light of its literary, historical, and theological context. We study the bible with the dual goals of 1) knowing God more clearly, 2) so that we are more equipped to explain the message of God's salvation in the person and work of Jesus.

Emergency Services Ministries is a ministry of presence to many emergency workers not only in Colorado, but we provide training, prayer support and help start chaplain programs for chaplains throughout the United States. Our Mission is to provide at no cost to the emergency workers or their agencies the following:

To provide an ongoing, accessible and effective ministry to the personnel of the Emergency Services that will meet the individual need and the corporate needs of the Departments.

To provide techniques and tools for personnel that will help them deal with or offset the effects of negative stress that is a part of the profession, keeping in mind that all stress is not negative and that the proper kind of stress that compliments awareness is a vital and necessary part of the profession.

To provide a "safe" person and place where individuals may discuss problems, personal or professional, without fear of negative repercussions. The exceptions to confidentiality will be when a person indicates a probable route of suicide, bodily harm to another person or intent to breech the law. Such exceptions will have to be dealt with immediately and with full disclosure to their Department and other agencies that might be needed to assist the person.

To provide Spiritual resources, by helping find a church for personnel that request such services, and we provide the individual with a custom firefighter or police officer bible as well.

To provide, at all times, access to the ultimate source of hope and comfort through personal example and intercession, as requested by the individual.

To be the primary liaison between the Emergency Services and community religious organizations, promoting a spirit of cooperation and understanding between them through presentations, discussions and active participation in seeking solution to the concerns of community religious organizations and the concerns of the Emergency Services.

To provide, on behalf of the ministry, crisis aid and intervention to people affected by crime, accident or disaster until their own religious leader or community assumes the responsibility for such assistance.

To provide leadership in defining and presenting classes, seminars and programs that could improve the quality of life of the personnel within Emergency Services

Moriah is 23 year old Colorado native and a natural teacher, leader, and lover of people. She attended Plum Creek church for 3 years and played a key role in young adults community, and worship ministry. She recently moved to Nashville, Tennessee accepting an invitation to intern with Caleb Company, a ministry with the vision of equipping kingdom warriors who give their lives to a wholehearted pursuit of Jesus, like the biblical Caleb who was known as being wholeheartedly devoted to the Lord. They do this through teaching and modeling 6 keys to revival: intimacy with God, personal identity & destiny, a lifestyle of worship & prayer, God’s heart for Israel, intergenerational community, and outreach to all nations.

Moriah’s internship with Caleb Company includes serving operationally in the office in Nashville, being a part of weekly teachings and discipleship involving Caleb’s core messages, and taking part in local and international teaching and ministry trips. She has a desire for truth and is passionate about people knowing the reality of who God is and who they themselves have been created to be. She is excited to be able to learn these topics more in depth through the lens of God’s heart and practically put them to use both in her personal life and through Caleb’s various ministry opportunities.

JJ and Stephanie Wessman work with Operation Mobilization in the South Africa MDT (Mission Discipleship Training) program as part of the leadership team. Missions Discipleship Training (MDT) is an intensive training/exposure program aimed at equipping young and old for a life of missions. MDT is focused on the spiritual, mental and emotional growth of participants on the journey of discipleship through four key areas: cross-cultural community life, one-on-one mentoring, study-based knowledge and practical experience. The Wessmans are busy in coaching and mentoring individuals, teaching (the Word of God, how to live in a cross-cultural setting, how to contribute to and work as team), developing program curriculum and planning the logistics of day-to-day ministry and outreach.