- Contact Us
Former Denver Bronco Turns Church Planter
Denver- Former Bronco running back and author, KaRon Coleman followed God’s calling to leave his home in Missouri City, Texas to come back out to the Front Range to plant a church. Coleman’s years of pastoral obedience has culminated into the planting of Northeast Fellowship Church. The church hosted their grand opening at Archuleta Elementary School starting on January 8, 2012.
After doing extensive research, Coleman found that Denver was an “under-churched” city. Statistics show that only 8 percent of Denver residents are connected to an evangelical church. In response to this statistic, Coleman said, “Everyone deserves to hear about God’s love.” Coleman said the church planting was just the beginning of the wonderful blessings he has experienced as a “man of the Word” and intends to share with Northeast Denver’s evangelical community.
Northeast Fellowship Church has been called an exciting, spiritually enriched and diverse church whose authenticity and informality offer people a place to cultivate their relationship with God regardless of where they are in their journey.
Coleman has uniquely positioned the newly formed church to meet two of Northeast Denver biggest needs: education and competitive sports. He developed an organization called the Agape network which is a collection of faith-based initiatives that collaborate with other organizations and mobilizes programs to make it easy for community residents to know what services are available to them.
Denver native Narcy Jackson says, “Your type of church is much needed and long overdue in this community.”
For more information about Northeast Fellowship Church, located at 16000 East Maxwell Place, Denver, or the community initiatives phone the church at 720-290-3636 or visit their website at www.northeastfellowship.org.