Little Blessings/Parent’s Day Out
Little Blessings Parent’s Day Out program is a non-profit preschool program and a ministry of the First United Methodist Church of Castle Rock.  Our program provides a safe, educational, and Christian environment for children ages 18 months to 6 years.  The Little Blessings program is designed to provide toddlers and preschoolers with the necessary motor, educational, and social skills for a smooth transition into the elementary school system.  Contact the PDO office at (303) 660-2170 or littleblessingspdo@gmail.com to schedule a tour!

Denver Urban Matters (DenUM)
Meets the needs of inner city churches and people.

Food Bank of the Rockies
Provide monthly volunteer labor to food bank which earns food credit for the local task force.

Provides immediate financial assistance for worldwide disasters.

Provides vocational and economical support for low income and unemployed persons.

Craig and Karen Dial
Red Bird, Kentucky Missionaries.

Douglas/Elbert County Task Force
Local aiding of transients and residents in special need.

Crisis Center

Provides a safe-house for women and children in crisis.

My Brother’s Keeper
Sleeping bags for the homeless – a group of women from the Leah Circle have been making sleeping bags for the homeless for 16 years.  They use the donated padding and blankets with their sewing skills to provide a little comfort for the homeless.  If you have blankets, padding, and material to donate, please leave them at the church or contact Margaret Boone.

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, nondenominational Christian housing organization.  We welcome all people to join us as we build simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with those in need of adequate shelter.

The Heifer Project
The Heifer project offers hope worldwide to families who are poor and hungry by sending two each of 15 useful farm animals on a voyage where they are needed most.

Prison Backpack Ministry
Provides essential hygiene items for just-released prisoners.

Giving Tree Project
Provide Christmas gifts for needy families at South Ridge Elementary School and gifts for residents of the local nursing homes.

Project C.U.R.E.
Volunteers sort and catalog donated supplies and equipment for shipment to developing countries around the world.  Biomedical technicians and engineers check and certify all equipment prior to shipment.