Below we have a list of several of the missions and justice ministries that we offer here at Park Hill United Methodist Church. We want you to feel as comfortable as possible when joining one of our ministry programs. We believe that engaging in mission and justice work is a very important tool when growing to be more like Jesus.


You do not need to be a member of Park Hill United Methodist Church to participate our Missions & Social Justice Minisitres. All are welcome.

For more information on our ministries you can email church@phumc.org.

Last Call for Black Lives Matter Signs:  The members of the PHUMC Missions and Social Advocacy Committee ordered 200 Black Lives Matter Signs.  We have sold nearly all to church members and neighbors; family and friends.  We wish to close out our inventory and offer the remaining 30 or so signs for sell over the next two weeks.  At this point, we have covered all of our expenses and, with donations included, have raised over $1500 which we have pledged for anti-racism training for our church.  So pay what you can and let's get these signs out of the church and into yards.  All remaining sales will grow our training proceeds. Signs can be picked up on Mondays between 11:15 and noon at the Montview entrance at our campus in Park Hill or be delivered to your home.

Social Justice and Missions will be working with PHUMC Discipleship Committee to develop Anti-Racism Training for our church.  Possible activities include offering honorariums for speakers, collaboration with like minded churches, developing an Anti-Racism plan for our church, and shared speaking engagements with church leaders.

To reserve your Black Lives Matters yard sign and to contribute to antiracism training at PHUMC:

Online: Visit phumc.org then click the “Give” link at the top of the page. Follow the instructions. Click on Black Lives Matter Sign or type BLM in the “Other” section.

Text to Give: Text 877-959-7806; click the link and complete the fields with $30 as the donation amount under the Black Lives Matter Sign category. You may enter "Funds" in message and send to see a list of restricted fund areas.

Mail checks made out to the church for $30.00 (suggested price) to 5209 Montview Blvd. Denver, CO 80207, for each yard sign requested with “BLM Sign” in the memo section.

Include your physical address as part of your reservation.

Signs are on order and it may take up to two weeks to deliver signs to contributors. Please send checks or pay online or via text. We ask that you do not send cash.

To reserve the signs or for questions about payment, contact Ruth Ann Russell at ra-russell@comcast.net. For questions about delivery, contact Kelley Dawkins at KelleyDawkins@gmail.com.

Women's Homelessness Initiative (WHI)

Although the Women’s Homelessness Initiative (WHI) has suspended on-site shelter and hospitality at our churches and temples, staff and volunteers continue to advocate for services and safety for our women. During this pandemic, for the sake of our entire community our homeless population needs, now more than ever, a HOME to be able to be in. Support City/State Leadership to get agreements with hotel chains for our people. Write a letter or email the Governor, Mayor, and State and City Leaders.

Senior Support Services Senior Meal

Volunteers are invited to drop in and help prepare meals in the PHUMC kitchen at 5:30 p.m. the Wednesday before the second Thursday of each month and to help serve food at the Senior Support Services agency the following evening at 5:30 p.m. 


DURING the Pandemic:

We are preparing sack suppers on the second Thursday during the pandemic. Deliver your suppers to the church between 8-9 AM. They are then taken to Senior Support Services for distribution. Send an email to dawn@lilipurl.com if you are interested in making sack suppers.

Sanctuary Church

Park Hill United Methodist Church and Temple Micah are proud to announce that we are a Sanctuary Church and will provide sanctuary for our undocumented friends in need. Many volunteers provide support for our Sanctuary family, although continued support is needed from our communities and friends. 

Center for Health and Hope

COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on the United States and the world. No global “economic package” exists. Help the Center respond by raising $30,000 in assistance for our partner friends in Kenya, Rwanda, India, Sri Lanka & Malaysia. Care for yourself, family, & neighbors first, but if you can, please share with the super vulnerable of the world. Gifts of any size are magnificent! Let us know it is coming by sending an email to globalaids@gmail.com so that we can begin using the funds immediately. Donate online using the arrow button below.

Casa De Paz

Casa de Paz continues to support immigrant families with members who are in detention at the GEO Center in Aurora. When more than 20 people were released late last month, Casa de Paz and their volunteers were there to pick them up, provide them with basic supplies and help them reunite with their families. Head to their website to find out how you can help during the pandemic.

Early Reading and Mentoring Program at Hallett Academy

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Early Reading & Mentoring Program at Hallett Academy has been suspended for the rest of the school year.  We would however like to continue fostering a love of books and reading for the students. Throughout our reading program, one of our program partners, Book Trust, had provided three books to each student every month to take home after we had read those books to them.  Due to the Hallett building closing, this program has also been suspended.  We hope that our community reading volunteers will help fill this gap by purchasing at least two books by June 1st.  

Click the arrow button for more info on how you can help!

Reconciling Church

Living into our shared baptismal covenant, Reconciling Ministries Network equips and mobilizes United Methodists to resist evil, injustice, and oppression as we seek justice for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. As an inclusive community of faith, Park Hill United Methodist Church is an open and affirming congregation, embracing diversity, service, unconditional acceptance, and the care and support of all people in the name of Jesus Christ. 


We love keeping people in the loop and informed. 

Lead Pastor

Nathan Adams

We want you to come just as you are. When you walk through our doors you may see people that look like you, but you will also see people that don't look like you. We want to make sure when you visit you are comfortable and that is all that matters to us. As long you are come through our doors, we want to make sure you feel loved and welcomed. If you ever need anything, always feel free to connect with us. We love to hear from our new visitors. 


Food Mercy

To assist people in the Denver area who are food insecure, please consider donating to the Denver Metro Emergency Food Network. The Denver Metro Emergency Food Network has pledged to cook and deliver meals to low income families and the elderly in need. Your support means additional meals for those whose food security has been threatened by the COVID-19 outbreak.

Pandemic Justice

Sign this petition to call for legislation to support those most impacted by the Coronavirus in Colorado: Colorado Covid-19 Common Good Demands. Also, please consider contacting your state leaders and our Congressional delegation to urge them to protect those in detention centers around the country. You can find contact info for your representatives by clicking the arrow below.


If you are looking for a way to serve, no need to look further. We have tons of areas that everyone, from all walks of life, can serve. If you have any questions about any of these fields please let us know.

All of our different areas that you can serve are broken down into specific groups. We hope that you will be able to find a ministry that you can best use your talents in. Check below for a small list of some of those areas. 

  • Greeters/Ushers at the doors before services

  • Working inside the nursery

  • Singing or playing an instrument in the choir (Voices of Park Hill)

  • Working in the Coffee Bar on Sunday mornings

  • Donating items to our Food Pantry

  • Reading Scripture during Worship