Midweek

Love God, love your neighbor. These powerful words of Jesus are sometimes hard to live out. How do you become the person God wants you to be? Midweek provides passionate worship and a variety of opportunities focused on growing your relationship with God, yourself and others. Wherever you are in your faith journey, come join us as we do this together.

Midweek Kids program and childcare is available for children through 5th grade.

Midweek Schedule

Winter Dates: Wednesdays, January 13 – March 16

Worship: 6:15-6:40 p.m. in the Chapel Sanctuary

Classes: 6:45-8:00 p.m. Register at the door or below.

Kidzone at Midweek: Infants – Pre K (age 5): Kidzone provides a safe, caring environment where your child hears Bible stories, has fun, and makes friends. Registration is not necessary…but helpful!

Awana at Midweek: Kindergarten – 6th Grade: Awana incorporates a personal approach to helping your kids build their faith. Kids choose to further their understanding/skills through crafts, music and movement or games. They will also choose the pace at which they complete the Awana workbook, which focuses on Scripture memorization and Bible knowledge.

We believe this personalized approach is foundational in helping them take their Christian beliefs to a deeper level so they can develop a faith that will last a lifetime—a faith that sticks! If you are registering for a Midweek Experience class, please complete your class registration first. Once you have completed your registration, you’ll receive a confirmation email with a link to register your kids for Awana. Wherever you are in your faith journey, come join us as we grow and learn together!

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Midweek Experience Adult Class Offerings

Acts Part 2: Paul, Jesus’ Witness to the Gentiles (Precept Study)

Aspen Room, The Chapel Building

Understanding our past is important. It shapes our lens to the future. This study Observe Paul’s transformation from persecutor of the church to preacher. Learn how to witness and how to live an authentic Christian life in the power of the Holy Spirit. Learn to be like Paul--bold in proclaiming the name of Jesus and to trust him who enables us to endure persecution and suffering.

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Led by: Scott Franklin


Contact info:

Scott Franklin at jsfranklin@comcast.net

Foundations for Marriage

Room 94

This small group experience is designed to help both engaged couples and couples contemplating marriage grow in their relationship with God and one another while exploring the biblical foundation of marriage.

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Participants will take an online assessment and receive personalized results over eight major individual and relational areas. Couples will learn and discuss evidence-based relationship skills and insight to develop meaningful, practical ways for building a strong intimate marriage that honors God and fosters individual and couple spiritual formation/growth.

Participation in this class fulfills the premarital counseling requirement for marriage at Cherry Hills Community Church.

Topics discussed include:

  • Communication
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Personalities
  • Finances
  • Sexuality and Affection
  • Closeness and Flexibility
  • Spirituality

Cost is $50/couple

Class will not meet March 23


Contact info:

weddings@chcc.org or 303.325.8318

Grief Support

Conference Room 152

The journey through grief can often be frightening, painful and sometimes lonely. In many ways there are no words written or spoken that can take away the pain. This program will help bring you comfort and encouragement as you experience that we heal in community and you are not alone.

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Materials cost: $10


Contact info:

Mary Ellen Blatchford, Mblatchford@chcc.org, 303-325-8306

Hiding from Love

Orchard Room

In Hiding from Love, Dr. John Townsend helps you to explore thoroughly the hiding patterns you’ve developed and guides you toward the healing grace and truth that God has built into safe, connected relationships with himself and others. This class will take you on a journey of discovery toward healing, connected relationships, and a new freedom and joy in living.

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Led by: Carson Miles
Book available for purchase at Inklings


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Parenting from the Tree of Life

Atrium

The Tree of Life Series provides insight and practical application focused on helping parents build strong family relationships and create an encouraging environment that lead to healthy outcomes for children.

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Part One: Life, Children and Relationships (Six Sessions)

January 13-February 17

Part One in the Life Series is focused on helping parents build strong family relationships and create an encouraging environment in the home that leads to healthy outcomes for children Preschool through Pre-Teen. With topics and practical application such as creating emotional security for children, understanding your child’s unique Love DNA and how Dads and Moms create lasting impressions in the life of their children. Part One is a six-week course and is foundational to the rest of this parenting series.

Part Two: Life, Children and Character (Six Sessions)

February 24-April 6

The goal of Part Two is to help parents connect the dots between God’s message of love and good will toward man and the character development of children. Topics covered will demonstrate how young children learn moral lessons, internalize meaningful values, and then translate them into social skills. Raising children who are kind, courteous, respectful, cooperative, confident and sensitive to the needs of others. Parents will learn how to encourage their children to do “good” out of the love of virtue, and not from the fear of reproof. This six-week class builds on the foundation of Part One.

Part Three: Life, Children, Encouragement and Correction (Five Sessions)

April 13-May 18

Part Three will emphasize how to guide with instruction, motivate with encouragement and establish necessary boundaries through correction. There are a number of corrective strategies parents can use to their advantage, but ultimately the best form of parental correction is prevention. There is no better way to deal with behavioral problems than by preventing them from happening in the first place. Much of what is covered in the first twelve visits speaks to the positive, preventative side of training. Yet, the reality remains, correction will still be necessary. The good news is this: understanding the working components of instruction, encouragement and correction will help keep your little one on track and heading in the right direction.

Led by: Rich and Shelly Howard


Contact info:

Shelly Howard at sghow4@gmail.com or 303-726-1082

Pastoral Care Training

Room 257

Learn how to effectively walk alongside those who are facing life’s difficulties and crisis. Various ministry tools will be shared including prayer, presence, ritual and story. This training is highly interactive and experiential with the chance to practice your newly developed skills.

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Led by: Mary Ellen Blatchford


Contact info:

Debbie Bero, Dbero@chcc.org

Red Card Family Mission Class: Standing Against Oppression, Providing Hope

Rooms 249/251

Millions of children grow up without hope, and without many basic necessities. What can we do? Come explore the plight of children without hope; understand God’s heart, our mandate to respond, and how your family can make a difference.

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Bring your kids grade 3 and up for an interactive family class focusing on: poverty, orphans, street kids, child laborers, children of war, and victims of HIV/AIDS. This is a serious subject. However, the content will be age-appropriate.

Each class will include videos, simulations providing hands-on learning, family processing time, prayer, and practical steps for involvement.

What is exciting about this class is that it is for families. We want to encourage and empower kids to become advocates for their own peers, and by having parents participate in meaningful activities with their children, we build family unity.

For more questions contact: Tami Snowden at tsnowden@ccti-wec.org


Contact info:

Tami Snowden at tamisnowden@gmail.com or Karen Hardin at karen.hardin@weavefamily.org

re|engage

The Chapel Sanctuary and Fireside Room 225

Marriages in any condition will benefit by participating in re|engage: if you are struggling to get along, your marriage is broken, or you simply want to grow closer together as a couple. re|engage examines God’s design for marriage and applies principles from the Bible to guide couples towards growth.

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re|engage is an on-going ministry so there is no need to register beforehand.

We would love for you to join us any Wednesday night you are available!

6:15 - 8:00 p.m. starting in The Chapel Sanctuary


Contact info:

For information or to contact reengage@chcc.org.

re:generation

The Chapel Sanctuary and various breakout rooms

We’re all broken. Whether your brokenness is the result of your decisions, the decisions of others or the general brokenness of the world. re:generation recovery at Cherry Hills is here to walk with you. Our large and small group experiences are here to help you heal from addiction, infertility, abuse, pornography, difficult relationships and everything in between.

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During Midweek, participants in Re:generation Recovery are encouraged to attend the full experience:

  • Worship 6:15-6:40 p.m.
  • Large Group 6:45-7 p.m.
  • Small Group 7-8 p.m.
    • Gender-specific open share groups (various private rooms)
    • 12-Step transformation groups (various private rooms)

Free childcare is provided


Contact info:

regeneration@chcc.org

Shelter from the Storm

The Chapel - Room C-104

Shelter From The Storm is a safe place for women who have been sexually abused to share their experiences and to begin a healing process. Our leaders are trained and experienced, the curriculum is deep and accessible.

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Shelter from the Storm will meet weekly through December 16.

During Midweek, participants in Shelter from the Storm are encouraged to attend the full experience:

  • Worship 6:15-6:40 p.m.
  • Large Group 6:45-7 p.m.
  • Small Group 7-8 p.m.

FREE childcare is provided


Contact info:

For info or to register, contact regeneration@chcc.org.

Wednesday Night Prayer

Room 201

A faithful group meets every Wednesday evening to pray for our church, our nation, the military and other needs. You are welcome to join in this vital ministry.

Prayer at CHCC

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If you have a personal prayer needs we will be happy to pray for you. For more information or to submit a prayer request, contact Helene Schweiger.


Contact info:

Helene Schweiger at 303.434.4545 or hbeene777@gmail.com

Midweek

Welcome to
Cherry Hills

Where to go

I'm bringing my family...
Infant Children Teens

Select all that apply.

 

Step One:

Parking

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Entrance

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Worship Center

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The main entrance for Cherry Hills Community Church is from Gace Blvd. There is also an entrance off of Fairview Pkwy. When you enter the campus from Grace Blvd turn left into the South-East parking lot.

Drop your kids off just inside of the entrance. Remember to bring your child's registration form.

Greeters will welcome you at the Information Desk and check-in your kids. Remember to bring your child's registration form

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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The main entrance for Cherry Hills Community Church is from Grace Blvd. There is also an entrance off of Fairiew Pkwy. When you enter the campus from Grace Blvd turn left into the South-East parking lot

Drop your kids off just inside of the entrance. Remember to bring your child's registration form

Greeters will welcome you are the Information Desk and check-in your kids. Remember to bring your child's registration form

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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Enter campus off of Grace Blvd and turn left into the South-East parking lot.

Teens enter through the Student Ministry/Gym Entrance on the far South-East end of the building.

Preteen (grades 5 and 6) meet in the gym to the left. Parents can sign Preteens in or they may sign themselves in. Junior High and High School rooms are on the right.

After dropping off your teens, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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The main entrance for Cherry Hills Community Church is from Grace Blvd. There is also an entrance off of Fairview Pkwy. When you enter the campus from Grace Blvd turn left into the South-East parking lot.

Drop your kids off just inside of the entrance. Remember to bring your child's registration form.

Greeters will wielcome you at the Information Desk and check-in your kids. Remember to bring your child's registration form

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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Pull onto campus and park in the South-East lot (on the left).

Drop of your preteens in the gym to the left and your Junior High/High School students at the rooms on the right.

After dropping off your teens, walk to the Children's Lobby and check-in your children/infants at the information booth.

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

1
2
3
4

Pull onto campus and park in the South-East lot (on the left).

Drop off your preteens in the gym to the left and your Junior High/High School students at the rooms on the right.

After dropping your teens off, walk to the Children's Lobby and check-in your children/infants at the information booth.

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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2
3
4

Pull onto campus and park in the South-East lot (on the left)

Drop off your preteens in the gym to the left adn your Junior High/High School students at the rooms on the right.

After dropping your teens off, walk to the Children's Lobby and check-in your children/infants at the information booth.

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.