Why We Serve Who We Serve
reach The unreached
We hold as our primary responsibility to share the Gospel with those who have never received a clear presentation, inviting unbelievers to believe and confess their faith in Christ's finished work, receiving his gift of eternal life.
serve The poor
We seek to serve the poorest of the poor of our neighbors—both locally and internationally—reflecting this "tangible Jesus" to them.
The most obedient and efficient stewardship of resources provided to Southeast is to serve and reach the unreached and least-reached, and the poorest in the world.
Be a part of ministry that supports Alternatives Pregnancy Center and help meet a very practical need. Create “no sew” blankets and knit hats with a small group of ladies that love new mommies and their babies well.
Alternatives helps women make informed decisions about their unplanned pregnancies
Campus Life works in local settings to reach students for Christ through relational ministry.
Denver Rescue Mission serves families in the Denver area who have significant needs. They also facilitate family mentorships
FCA works in local schools to share the gospel through sports and camps.
Inside Out is a residential facility that helps ex-offenders transition after time in prison. They teach life skills and provide a foundation to start new lives in Christ.
Open Door Ministries exists to provide practical help and hope to people in Denver’s inner city who are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless.
SECOR is a community outreach organization that runs a food bank, provides weekend food for kids, and offers a financial assistance program.
Whiz Kids gives hope to low-income, at-risk elementary and middle school students through 1:1 tutoring, mentoring and spiritual nurture. Choose from among the 55 sites throughout metro Denver, including our location at SECC on either Tuesday or Thursday night 6:30 – 8:00.
Transforming the world through redemptive church plants and care for the desperately poor.
Currently Southeast partners with Petros Network at work in Ethiopia.
Following the 2,000 year old model of Jesus, Mercy Ships brings hope and healing to the world's forgotten poor through a first-world hospital ship (Africa Mercy).
The Footstool Project is a church planting movement amongst 23 unreached people groups with the purpose to see Christ exalted at the top of the world. Southeast's own Josh Duncan serves as full-time TFP staff.
First Bible College for the Christian Church in Myanmar was established in 1983 on the outskirts of Pyn-Oo Lwin.
Cross-cultural church-planting and evangelism in New England and China.
Contact Wing Wong: