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678 King Street
Denver, CO, 80204
United States

720-250-8278

We are an Anglican Church in the Villa Park neighborhood in south-west Denver.  We seek to share in the life of God together by re-defining and re-orienting everything around the gospel of Jesus Christ. We follow a liturgical form of worship and welcome friends, neighbors, and strangers alike. 

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Worship

 

Worship

When we receive the good news that God is re-making the world, including us, the only adequate response is worship.  Worship is humble, awe-filled gratitude that God’s work of renewal is so vast, and that we’ve been welcomed to participate!  Worship should characterize our whole lives, but we also set apart a special time each week to worship together as a church.

Our worship space reflects the beautiful architecture of traditional church buildings from the 1900's. We are honored to continue a legacy of worship in such a beautiful and sacred space. Our traditional worship space only tells part of Advent's story. We worship through liturgy, modern worship songs, and generations old hymns. We are challenged each week by relevant and dynamic preaching. We tend to linger long after the service, enjoying community and friendship. A coffee and tea table will be to your left just as you walk in. Please help yourself to a warm cup to enjoy during the service.  You will also find a  book table that has free titles for visitors.  Feel free to wear whatever is comfortable to service: you'll see everything from dress clothes to sandals & shorts!  

We love children and value them as an integral part of our church family! Children of any age are welcome to remain in the worship service with their parents. However, for children below 6th grade, Nursery, Preschool Church, and Children's church, which are tailored to your child's needs, are available.  Click here for more information about our Children's Ministry.

 
 

Every church has a way of ordering its worship.  This order is called liturgy, "the work of the people." Our liturgy includes a thoughtful blend of ancient practices, contemporary music, and preaching from the Scriptures that shape us to more fully receive and embody the good news of God's renewal.  Click on the button above to learn more.