outreach organizations

St. Francis of Assisi Parish works with these outstanding service organizations. In addition to other organizations, like Catholic Charities, parishioners are welcome to join the mission of each group and act as a Christian witness to the good which he brings to the world through our members.

Catholic Charities


HOURS:  9:00am - 1:00pm




Interested in becoming a teacher or for more information on twice weekly classes which start in August contact us at the number above. 


Most charities use donated vehicles to raise cash. Catholic Charities uses them to change lives. Please consider donating your vehicle to us - you will be amazed at the impact it can have. Contact Paul Narduzzo at 720-215-4521.

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Cub Scouts Of America
Cub Scout Pack #260 is affiliated with St. Francis of Assisi Parish and meets at the church each month for activities, special events, and award ceremonies. If you are new to scouting, we welcome you and your child to attend a meeting. Come and see what Cub Scout Pack #260 has to offer!

Contact Lisa Clark at lisaelaineclark@yahoo.com. 


Knights Of Columbus
Council #8909 of the Knights of Columbus is a charitable cause, faith-based men’s organization. The group meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm for companionship and service projects. The Knights support such events as Community Breakfast, Blood Drives, youth projects, and Parish events.

Contact Dean Rushing, Grand Knight, at grandknight@kofc8909.org.


St. Vincent de Paul Society
The St. Vincent de Paul Society continues to remain actively involved in meeting the community outreach needs of St Francis of Assisi Parish. A revised mission statement was completed, which reads “ With the goal of social justice, the mission of the St. Vincent de Paul Society is to serve those in need, in the geographical area of St. Francis of Assisi Parish, through community outreach following the “Way” taught by Christ”. That being said, the following identifies how we have been able to meet this goal with the generous help of our volunteers and the parish. The Society helps several families a month with financial assistance ranging from rent, food, and utility bills. Through an application process and working in conjunction with area resources, evictions and utility shut-offs have been avoided. This is an ongoing service that we provide and we hope that in the future we can meet the needs of more families through our fundraising efforts. The food pantry is located downstairs and is open twice a month on Saturday mornings. Volunteers who would want to “work” the pantry and any nominal donation towards the pantry supplies are always appreciated.

Contact Cristina Steeg at 303-847-2606.


St. Paul Street Evangelization

Contact Solomon Carrico at solomoncarrico@gmail.com.