CONNECT & grow

What are my next steps?

Well, that’s up to you. We’d love to get to know you better and help you feel at home. But we know that building church relationships isn’t a one-size-fits-all process. We understand there might be things about church or faith that seem confusing or scary. You’re not alone. We’ve been in your shoes and we want to serve you without being pushy. You can check out Connect Central or the Woodmen Welcome. You'll find friendly folks ready to help you. And if you want to grow in your faith, check out Community Groups or a few Woodmen U classes. 

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You're invited to participate in the flourishing of others for His glory, to live as bringers of God’s compassion, justice and mercy. It's a great way to get to know others and contribute in an eternal way.



Want to get more connected here at this campus? Maybe you attend weekend services and you’re already in a community group, but you’re looking for like-minded people who share your passion for hiking or yoga. Or maybe you’d like to study the Bible with other guys in your part of town.

That’s where Woodmen team captains come in. They’re gifted, faithful ministry partners who are empowered and coached by our church staff, and they’re here to help you find your squad. Team captains are people just like you who are excited to serve and share their time. The groups led by these team captains are casual and get together periodically in homes or in the community outside of church.

While we don’t have a group for everything, if you're looking to build relationships and come together with friends around a common hobby or need, have a look at the list below to see if there’s a group you’d like to connect with. And if you’re looking for a type of group that you don’t see listed, consider becoming a team captain! Talk to your Campus Pastor to find out how.

• Biking: Doug King (303) 509-8049
• Automobiles: John Phillips (402)-651-8154
• Jeeping: Brian Burke (561) 662-7413
• Model Building: Jay McKeown (719) 464-5136
• Motorcycling: Glenn Lodwig (719) 896-0527
• Photography: Stan Crane (720) 270-2525
• Shooting/Hunting: Steve Sowles (970) 274-9730
• Skiing/Snowboarding: Shawn Edwards (903) 724-1759 and Norm Donaldson (805) 390-4195
• Woodworking: Bill Garrity (719) 360-4154
• Women's Outdoor Adventure (biking, hiking, snowshoeing, etc.): Lori McGuckin (719) 323-4832


Snow removal and closure decisions are handled by the school district 38. This policy includes weekends.

How will THE congregation be notified? 
• Email: If you’re not receiving Monument emails, please let us know.
• Woodmen Website: Visit Look for a red alert bar at the top of the page.
• TV: Check local TV stations, but be aware that this is the least accurate method, as the district communicates with the TV stations, not Woodmen.
Is it possible for just the Monument campus to close?
Yes! Due to the variance in weather, our Monument campus may be closed, while others campuses are open.
If we’re closed on Saturday, does that mean we’re closed on Sunday, too?
In the event of a Saturday closure, the conditions would be re-evaluated by the district for Sunday. We may be closed Saturday and open Sunday for the 11 am service.
What about Woodmen Students on Sunday evening?
If our Monument campus is closed on a Sunday morning, there will be no Woodmen Students that Sunday evening. Weather permitting, your students are welcome and encouraged to attend services at Rockrimmon or Woodmen Heights.