Our main focus this year is supporting attainable housing so that the elderly, veterans, and the working poor can live in safe and affordable housing. No experience necessary! This is a great opportunity to invite friends, neighbors, and co-workers to join. If building is not your thing, we will also be leading a ground blessing and home dedications that you can be involved in. If you have questions contact Kristen Reiner.

We have four build dates reserved in June and July, and two dates planned for the fall. All build days are from 8am to 2pm.
Saturday, June 8
Wednesday, June 26
Saturday, July 13
Wednesday, July 31

Fall dates will be annouced at a later time.

If you have a group of 10-15 friends, neighbors, co-workers, or life group who would all like to sign up together, we can reserve a date especially for you! Contact Kristen Reiner to reserve a date or for questions.

Sign up here Flatirons Habitat for Humanity.


Sunday, May 5

More information and opportunities to sign up will be available at The 6:8 Project Serve Fair on Sunday May 5, happening in the Boulder Campus Café after each service. You can also contact Kristen Reiner to learn more.


Return food to the Boulder Campus by Sunday, May 5.

We’re collecting food for the Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA). Recent cutbacks to government food assistance programs are causing food insecurity for persons with disabilities, seniors, veterans, and struggling families in our area. Thank you for joining with us to help with this need!


Sunday, May 5

Over the last few years we have welcomed 4 refugee families to Colorado and helped them settle in to new lives here. We are looking to welcome a fifth refugee family and are collecting donations of household supplies for the family. You can sign up for specific items and bring them to Calvary on May 5.


Contact Kristen Reiner.


“He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?” – Micah 6:8

The 6:8 Project is a weekend that we set aside every year to focus on ways we can practice justice and mercy.

Since The 6:8 Project began in 2017 we have packed hundreds of thousands of meals that were sent overseas, we have learned about meeting the physical and spiritual needs of children through the Compassion Experience, we’ve raised funds and awareness about the need for clean drinking water in many parts of the world, we have helped refugee families as they settle in Colorado. And many other projects that have helped us understand God’s heart for those in need of justice and mercy.

The Prophet Micah tells us what good actions God desires; to DO justice, LOVE mercy and WALK humbly with Him. Why does this please Him? Because it reflects His character. Putting Micah 6:8 into action helps us discover God’s heart and our place in His good purposes.