Who are we?

We’re a group of Christians who live in or near Denver, Colorado, and serve the Lord together. We come from diverse backgrounds — geographic, religious, ethnic and social — but we worship and work together in harmony, mutual love, and love for the Lord.

Where do we meet?

Our meeting place is at the extreme eastern edge of Denver, and our church activities are generally centered in the Aurora-East Denver area. Our address is South Fulton Street Church of Christ, 1035 S Fulton Street Denver, CO 80247.

We'd love to meet you!

If you have time, please look through the following pages for more about us and the cause we serve. We’d be happy for you to drop us an e-mail note, or better still, drop by for a visit in person if you can. Our meeting times are 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.on Sundays and 7:00 p.m. Wednesday on Zoom. You will receive a warm welcome here.

Thanks for stopping by!

Thanks for stopping by to browse our web site. You will find a plethora of sermons, study guides, and general information about God and how he wants us to live our lives. We hope you enjoy it. Have a good day!

Latest Studies

Life of the Apostle Peter

We are pleased to present here a series of articles by N.E. Rhodes Jr. wrote for Gospel Tidings concerning the life and teachings of the apostle Peter. All but one appeared during the years 1965-1968, followed by another article on the subject in 1991. These 36 writings, along with more than a hundred others, appear in the book, “The Writings of N.E. Rhodes, Jr.,” published by Ketch Publishing. You can order the book at www.ketchpublishing.com.

The Big Question: After Death — What?

In view of practically everyone’s interest in this question, we present here three sermons on the subject from the book, The Old-Path Pulpit, by Frank G. Allen, second edition, published in 1898 by Gospel Advocate Company. Brother Allen, a well-educated native of Kentucky who was born in 1836 and died of tuberculosis in 1887, preached at Mt. Byrd Christian Church in northern Kentucky for 16 years.

Good Thursday?

Was Jesus executed on Friday and resurrected on Sunday morning? Here’s a discussion on the chronology of that great event.

God’s Story

The February 2012 issue of The Christian Appeal includes an article entitled “Listening to God’s Story,” which traces the flow of the most important story of all as it threads through the Bible. Brother Langford is an elder and longtime minister in the Quaker Avenue Church of Christ, Lubbock, Texas, and holds a doctorate in family therapy. We thank the author and the publisher for permission to present the article here.

Articles on Revelation

Following a detailed study of Revelation, using video lessons by Jim McGuiggan, some of our members wrote articles on Revelation for the December 2006 issue of Gospel Tidings.

Articles on Islam

One of our members arranged for 3 articles on Islam in the November 2008 issue of Gospel Tidings. Arabic translations of two articles and a Thai translation of one are now available, and we expect to add other translations of the articles.

Meeting Times

AM Worship Service
Sundays 8:30 am and 10 am

Bible Study
Wednesdays 7:00 pm on Zoom