Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver is a unique vehicle for people to put their faith and love into action. Building with Habitat gives people of all faiths an opportunity to step outside their place of worship and create a community of compassion through service.
Above all, Habitat for Humanity is a partnership founded on common ground—bridging theological differences by putting love into action. Right here in the Denver metropolitan area, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, Sikhs and Atheists are partnering together to build homes for people in need.
Habitat believes everyone can use a hammer as an instrument to manifest God’s love. While we may disagree on many issues, we can agree that everyone deserves a safe place to call home. And when we work together to build homes, we begin to build a society defined by compassion, mutual respect, and unity.
If you would like more information about building on faith with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, please contact Chris Sizemore, Development Coordinator- Faith, via email or by phone 720-496-2714.
Join an Existing Coalition
Your congregation can support Habitat by joining an existing coalition. Coalition members participate in fundraising activities, volunteer at Habitat builds and support Habitat Metro Denver through both.
Congregation Support for Habitat
If joining a larger group of congregations does not appeal to you, your group can support Habitat Metro Denver directly by raising support for a specific build site and family.
Form a New Coalition
Do you want to form your own group of congregations? Habitat welcomes you to gather together supporters and form a new coalition.
"I told them that the hand of my God had been gracious upon me, and also the words the king had spoken to me. Then they said, 'Let us start building!' So they committed themselves to the common good." -Nehemia 2:18