Denver has become one of the nation’s fastest-growing and most expensive cities. New arrivals come for the work hard–play hard lifestyle and proximity to mountain sports, but bemoan the traffic on I-25 and rising housing prices. Whether you’re a Denver native or just moved to town, God has a purpose for you in our city.
But how can loving our city move us to serve our city through our work and relationships?
Join us for happy hour, Thursday, June 9th for an evening of connection and learning. Denver Institute’s Joanna Meyer will introduce a “theology of place,” and local experts Kevin Colón, Communications and Community Engagement Leader of the Town of Superior, and Meghen Brown, Tax Credit Officer at Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, will share how they love their community through their work.
What: Colorado Conversations – a highly-relational gathering focused on local issues and practical themes integrating our faith and work
When: Thursday, June 9th / 5:30 – 7:15 p.m.
Where: Western Sky Bar & Taproom (4361 S Broadway, Englewood, CO 80113)
Easy access from Santa Fe Drive and Hampden Avenue (Hwy 285)
Details: Your $15 ticket includes one drink and light appetizers.
Bring a friend for a fun evening of discussion and networking!