Transforming Love. Empowering Lives.

The Crossroads Community Center, a ministry of Crossroads Church, serves as a missional hub to empower people toward a more stable future through a transformational experience of Christ's love—a dynamic adventure that focuses on spiritual, social, physical, and economic flourishing.

What We Do

We serve as a hub for non-profits and ministry organizations who help families flourish spiritually, physically, emotionally and financially in the Denver North Metro Area, through the transformational work of the Holy Spirit in people’s lives. Here are current resources available. As we grow more resources will be added.

Adult Classes & Groups

Launches February 27, 2023, Monday Nights
Dinner 5:45pm, Large Group 6:30pm, Small Groups 7:30pm

Living in a broken world we all deal with life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits. No one has the ability, nor should they attempt to face their hurts on their own. Celebrate Recovery is a beautiful community of strugglers that courageously enter this safe and beautiful space to get honest about our pain, and the negative ways we may see ourselves, God and others. In this process we come to accept that some of the habits we may have developed to escape our pain has caused destruction in our life and those close to us.  

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Two sessions are held each ear (September/January). Divorce Care is a biblically-based program that ministers to those hurt by divorce. It helps you face challenges and move towards rebuilding your life. To sign up contact Doug Schmidt (text/call 303-882-3943).

Crossroads ESL is a ministry of Crossroads Church that serves immigrants in the North Denver area with affordable English lessons! We have 4 levels of classes from beginning to advanced levels. Our ESL classes are held at the Crossroads Community Center on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and follow the school calendar with a break in the summer. Registration takes place in August and January of each year and classes fill up quickly each semester.
For more info about the next registration, email Stephanie 

Classes are held during the school year:
Tuesdays, 9am-12pm
Tuesdays 6-8pm
Wednesdays, 6-8pm

During Wednesday PM ESL Class: Music Class for School-Aged Kids

School-aged kids of ESL students can enroll in group guitar, ukulele, or keyboard instruction, as well as a large weekly drumming circle for all the students. Instructors will teach students basic fundamentals of music, as well as collaborative ways to create music. This programming is free and is an alliance between Mercy Music and A Child's Song.  Find out more at

Narcotics Anonymous. Meets Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 12-1pm. 


More Better Bikes
Crossroads Community Center, Suite 108
A full service, non-profit bike shop that makes riding a bike possible for anyone regardless of ability to pay. They also take in donated bikes that become available for low or no cost.

Smart Citiez Group - Electric Bikes
Services E-bike conversions for low-income and people with disabilities. 
Find out more.

Children & Youth

Wednesday's 6-8pm, Music Class for School-Aged Kids
School-aged kids can enroll in group guitar, ukulele, or keyboard instruction, as well as a large weekly drumming circle for all the students. Instructors will teach students basic fundamentals of music, as well as collaborative ways to create music. This programming is free and is an alliance between Mercy Music and A Child's Song. Find out more at

CEF's offices are housed at the Crossroads Community Center, Suite 104
CEF's desire is to see boys and girls come to know Jesus, grow in their faith and connect to a local church through
Good News and Summer Adventure Clubs.

Local Good News Clubs - Hillcrest, Westview, Hunter's Glenn and Woodglenn Elementary
Good News Clubs are an after-school programs that meets weekly on Wednesday afternoons from 1:45-3:00pm during the school season. It is an interdenominational Christian program for 5-to-12-year-old children featuring a Bible lesson, songs, memory verses, and games. Each club is led by caring, dedicated and trained volunteers.
Find out more at

SOY Connects young people to hope through long-term mentoring relationships. There are dozens of local students who are asking for a caring adult in their life. SOY offers training at the Crossroads Community Center and provides each Mentor/Mentee with a Mentoring Coordinator. Find out more at

YL Club - Wednesday nights, A fun night of games and connection, Crossroads Community Center, 7:30-9pm, Gym
Young Life is a mission devoted to introducing adolescents to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith. Young Life offices at the Crossroads Community Center, Suite 103.


For Individual with disabilities (Ages 8+)
Meets monthly on Fridays in the Gym
The All-Stars Club offers a night of fun (indoor sports, karaoke, crafts), while giving their parents and caregivers a night of rest. Come volunteer as a buddy for the night with one of our all-stars and make a difference! Find out more and register


Crossroads Community Center does not provide housing, but we work with Adams County to provide the following services: 

Thursdays, 9am-1pm - Showers and laundry service available for people experiencing homelessness.

SWAP accesses and administers hotel/motel stays when the weather poses a threat to the well-being and/or lives of people sleeping or living outdoors during the winter months. SWAP is activated when the temperature drops below 32 degrees and wet and 20 degrees and dry. Due to COVID-19 precautions, assessments will take place at Crossroads Community Center, 10451 Huron St., Northglenn, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. when SWAP is activated. Find our more.


Meets Sunday, 8:45am, Chapel
Enjoy fellowship, Bible Study and worship with hymns. For Seniors Ages 55+. Contact Melody Ambrose

Spanish Speaking Church

Sundays 12pm, Crossroads Community Center Chapel
A multi-generational church for people of different nationalities who engage in passionate, energetic worship and straightforward biblical preaching.
Find out more at

Additional Community Resources

Community Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 1, 10am
For kids 11 and under
Register today for the Easter Egg Hunt, click here.
There will be an illusion show, prizes, candy and tacos for sale after the hunt.
Questions contact Laura Broseghini

Interested in volunteering? Click here.

Get Involved and Join a Team

10451 Huron Street
Northglenn, CO 80234
Corner of 104th & Huron Streets
Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm
Phone: 303-452-5332

101 - Alternatives for Youth
103 - Young Life
104 - Child Evangelism Fellowship
106 - Digital Citiez Group
108 - More Better Bikes