CARE + FELLOWSHIP


  • As of July 2019, 14.2% of Colorado’s 5.8 million residents were 65 or older, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Furthermore, the Colorado Department of Local Affairs projects that the state will have more than 1.6 million older adults (65+) by 2050. With special tax benefits for retirees, world-class museums, and many senior-friendly activities, Colorado is an excellent place to retire and enjoy life. 


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  • Guide to assisted Living

    As we age, certain tasks become increasingly difficult. What was once a simple morning routine may now take a painstakingly long time to complete. Or, moving throughout your home independently may begin to feel challenging, potentially leading to a dangerous fall. When these challenges become more frequent, many seniors and their families decide to look into senior residential care. But if you only need assistance with some of your daily tasks and are otherwise healthy and independent, a classic nursing home will not be the right fit.


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  • pikes peak continuum of care

    The Pikes Peak Continuum of Care (PPCoC) is the local decision-making group whose purpose and scope is to implement community wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness in El Paso County, Colorado.

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  • STEPHEN MINISTRY

    What Is a Stephen Minister?

    A person trained to provide one-to-one, Christ-centered care to hurting people.

    If you are interested in becoming a Stephen Minister of First Congregational Church, or know someone who might need a Stephen Minister, please contact the Minister of Pastoral Care, Pastor Jacque Franklin.

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