We love creating opportunities for our community to intentionally journey together and build relationships that encourage and challenge us in our faith. DCC Community Groups foster meaningful connection with others in a variety of settings and neighborhoods by creating a welcoming, safe, and inclusive environment. Community Groups seek to grow closer to God, share life and friendship with each other, and care practically for their neighbors and their communities. Our hope for all participating in our groups is that we would root ourselves in the love of God, so that we can become who we were created to be. For an LGBTQ+ group, click here.
Denver Community Church ran a 5-week Learning Community in March of 2017 to help our faith community learn and process our move to full inclusion from January of that year. To watch or listen to the content, please see below.
For more information on inclusive churches and resources visit Church Clarity and gaychurch.org. For any additional information or questions for DCC, contact Jon.
LGBTQ Learning Group – Week 2, pt 1 recording
LGBTQ Learning Group – Week 2, pt 2 recording
LGBTQ Learning Group – Week 4, pt 1 recording
LGBTQ Learning Group – Week 4, pt 2 recording
LGBTQ Conversation Resources
The Great Communion (Good conversation from traditional and progressive perspectives)
Six Christian Viewpoints in the LGBT Conversation
Works by authors who are open and inclusive …
A Letter to My Congregation – Ken Wilson
God and the Gay Christian – Matthew Vines
Changing Our Mind – David P. Gushee
Bible, Gender, Sexuality: Reframing the Church’s Debate on Same-Sex Relationships – James Brownson
Works by authors who are open and non-affirming …
Welcoming But Not Affirming: An Evangelical Response to Homosexuality – Stanley J. Grenz Washed and Waiting: Reflections on Christian Faithfulness and Homosexuality – Wesley Hill Love is An Orientation: Elevating the Conversation with the Gay Community – Andrew Marin Us vs. Us: The Untold Story of Religion and the LGBT Community – Andrew Marin
Online articles / blogs from both perspectives