SECOR is a faith based non-profit organization that provides free groceries to families in need through the SECOR Market. SECOR also provides financial assistance, food for kids on the weekends and provides Christmas to thousands of kids through the Christmas Outreach Program. SECOR restores hope and dignity to hundreds of families and individuals each month as they tanigbly help fight suburban poverty right here in Douglas County.  Located at The Solomon Center, SECOR continues to be a great place for people from Southeast to serve the poor, the hungry and those in need, loving like Jesus where we live.  

  • Food Bank Team Member
  • Office Help
  • Warehouse Assistant
  • Truck Driver

English as second language (ESL)

Our English as a Second Language ministry was created to help non-native speakers learn the English language in a fun and Christ-centered environment.  ESL helps people from all over the world gain confidence and knowledge in the English language.  If you enjoy working with people from other cultures, this is a great way to volunteer.  No teaching experience is necessary, we use a great curriculum that is fun and easy for both the teacher and the student.  ESL happens every Monday night at 7 pm during the school year.

  • Adult Teacher
  • Child Teacher


Southeast has partnered with the Winter Shelter Network (WSN) to provide temporary shelter during the winter months for up to 40 women and children one night each week.

The WSN is a group of churches in Douglas County who are partnering together to help residents who are experiencing homelessness. The WSN is led by a council made up of representatives from partner churches and community agencies.


The Family Rescue is a program of Denver Rescue Mission that helps families re-establish a home after a period of homelessness.  The Denver Rescue Mission provides money for a deposit and the first month's rent on an apartment while also providing a great curriculum for the family to work through.  Southeast provides teams of people to mentor these families, help them work through curriculum and gain life skills needed for success. Serving on a mentor team requires a 6 month commitment, meeting with the family at least once a month during that period.  The Denver Rescue Mission provides training and support throughout the mentoring process.  

  • Family Rescue Mission Mentor


Open Door Ministries exists to provide practical help and hope to people in urban Denver who are homeless or low income. Their primary objective is to move people toward self-sufficiency by helping change the circumstances and life patterns that have held them captive to poverty and addictions. Through 14 distinct programs, ODM focuses on tangible needs like food, shelter, access to education and employment training, as well as intangible needs such as friendship, hope, and spiritual guidance. If you have a heart for urban ministries, ODM is a great place to serve and grow as a daily disciple.  There are so many ways to get involved, here are just a few:

  • Volunteer Liasion
  • Home Maintenance
  • Social Activities Planner
  • Mentor
  • Serve breakfast or dinner to the homeless


His Allies is a ministry of Southeast that serves single moms, elderly and those in need by helping with minor home repairs, maintenance and minor car maintenance.  If you are a handy man at heart, love to work with your hands, and help people with very practical needs, His Allies is a great place to serve.  We are always looking for plumbers, electricians, carpenters, mechanics, and Average Joes that know how to fix things to help as needed out in our community.  

  • Home Maintenance
  • Car Repair Team Member


Community Re-Entry Place, Inside/Out, is a faith based non-profit organization that helps ex-offenders, hurting, wounded, homeless, and addicted, those who need a “re-entry” back to life by the rebuilding of their lives with Jesus as the guide. Inside/Out will help individuals move out of homelessness and institutionalization and find success in community. Inside/Out has five resident homes in the Aurora area that need a lot of love. If you have a heart for the prisoner, the hurting, the recovering, you can alongside the residents to help with regular home maintenance, landscaping, decorating, and organization of food pantries. You can also mentor a resident and participate in the weekly home bible studies.  

  • Activities Planner
  • Mentor
  • Home Maintenance


CPU4U is a ministry of Southeast that collects old computers, cleans their systems, and distributes them to individuals and/or families in need. CPU4U is a great place to serve if you love working with computers and other people who think the same way you do! You can serve by actually working on the hardware or you can be hands on with the end user, teaching them basic computer skills, how to navigate the system and accomplish what they need to!

  • Teaching Assistant
  • Refurbishment Technician

Leave a message for our team at 720-842-5675

Changing Room

The Changing Room is a clothing ministry inspired by women to serve women through complimentary boutique shopping events.  Our goal is to show women in crisis or financial need the extravagant love of God by inviting them to participate in these beautiful experiences!  We exist because of your generous donations of women’s clothing and accessories.

Check back with us for details regarding out next event, which will be Spring 2017!

DONATION INFORMATION: Drop off to Southeast Christian Church at 9650 Jordan Road in Parker. Donations are accepted Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 8:00 pm.  To drop off your items, (clothing on hangers is appreciated) come through the large main doors to the very first room on your right, just inside.  Look for a sign that says The Changing Room and you will find a rack to hang your clothing, as well as bins for accessories. Please know that the room will be frequently checked for donations and your items will be taken to our locked storage. 

DONATIONS WE LOVE: New or gently used women's business, casual or formal clothing and accessories. Jeans, casual knit shirts and athletic wear is welcome!  Accessories include jewelry, handbags, shoes, scarves, hats, hair accessories, brand new socks/tights. 

DONATIONS WE CANNOT USE:  Clothing with stains, holes, tears, missing buttons, broken zippers, or more than 7 years old. No used undergarments or socks, blankets or bedding, toys, dishes, diapers or housewares of any kind. For accessories, please no broken, torn, scuffed or stained items. We cannot accept men's or children's clothing. Please donate women's clothing and accessories only. 

In order to love our guests well, we are selective regarding the items we display in our shopping events.  Please help us continue to have high standards by taking worn, outdated, damaged or non-clothing or accessory items directly to Salvation Army, or another charity of your choice.  

THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATIONS!!!  Questions?  Would you like to help sort clothing or volunteer at the next event?  Click on the button above to contact Pam.