We are incredibly passionate about kids feeling loved and learning about Jesus in a way they can understand.

  • What To Expect

    Creative Bible Teaching

    Bible stories and spiritual truths will come to life through skits, activities, and discussions. It’s our goal that kids learn to love God’s Word and understand the value of applying it to their lives.

    Age-Specific Environments

    Our environments and lessons are tailored to meet the spiritual and developmental needs of each group.


    Safety is one of our highest priorities. Every time you check your kids in you’ll receive a unique parent identification tag that corresponds to your child’s tag. Additionally, every Serve Team member is screened and participates in a background check.


    When kids have a blast at church, they can’t wait to come back! You can be sure that your kids will have fun each week as they learn about who God is through games, activities, small groups, and teaching.

  • Your First Visit

    If it’s your first time bringing your kids to Summit, don’t worry…we’ve taken care of everything! Just head over to Kids Check-In area and we’ll meet your family and register you into our check-in system.

    During registration, we will ask for the following information: family member’s names, children’s birth dates and grades, address, phone number, and any special instructions for your child (allergies, medical conditions, special needs). This helps us make sure your kids are safe while you’re enjoying the worship gathering! Once the registration has been completed, a host will show you and your child to their age-appropriate room.

  • Checking In

    If your family is already registered in our system, just head to the Kid’s Hall where we offer a fast and convenient Family Check-In procedure. 

    Follow these quick and easy steps:

    1. Enter the last 4 digits of your phone number into one of the kiosks located in the Kid’s Hall. All children who are eligible for check-in can be selected at once.

    2. After selecting your child’s name on the kiosk, you and your child(ren) will be given matching check-in stickers for that service. One sticker will be used as a pick-up ticket, and the second sticker will be placed on your child as a name tag. A third ticket will be printed that you will need to bring to the room leader.

    3. After service, you’ll return to your child(ren) room(s) and show your pick-up ticket(s). A child will not be released to their guardian without presenting their pick-up ticket.

  • Parent Resources

    Whatever your family looks like, you’re welcome at Summit. Our intention is to partner with parents to have a greater impact on all kids – diapers to driving.

    Child Dedication

    Child Dedication at Summit is an opportunity to make a commitment to raise your kids to know, love, and serve God and connect with other families. Child dedications happen a couple times per year.


    When your son or daughter is asking about baptism, we want to provide you any support you might need.


    Help make an impact in the life of a child by volunteering!


    How and Why to Create a Family Mission Statement

    Family Mission Statement Examples

    List of Common Family Values

    RightNow Media

    Bible App for Kids

    Parent Cue App

    The Parent Cue Website

    Famous at Home Website

    Axis Website

    PHASE Books

    Spiritual Parenting Book

    Safe House Book

    Shepherding a Child’s Heart Book


If you’re a middle school or high school student, we have a place for you. No matter where you’re at in your spiritual journey, you’re welcome here.

Community Groups

We believe that community is where the action is for shaping our faith. Life transformation is ignited by encounters with God and it is shaped by our relationships.

  • What To Expect

    No Christian life is successfully lived in isolation. Each of us is one member of a larger body (1 Cor 12:12), dependent on one another (1 Cor 12:21–26), and intended to both encourage and build one another up (Heb 10:25; Eph 4:16). We find our greatest growth, fulfillment, and joy only when we are running together in pursuit of Jesus. Some of that running happens when we gather every week to worship and learn together, but much of it happens in the time between – in living rooms, coffee shops, workplaces, and hospital rooms.

    Community groups create a space where we can meet together to both give and receive all that God is doing in us and through us. Many of us will find that we can most fully exercise our gifts in a community group, and all of us will experience blessings that God will only give to us through the lives of others.

  • Types of Groups

    At Summit, groups are organized in three categories: weekend teaching based, weekly Bible studies and bonus groups.

    Weekend Teaching Based

    These groups meet weekly and follow a lecture/lab format. These groups connect by wrestling with a portion of God’s Word, supplemental to the Sunday teaching, and applying it where they live, work, study, and play.

    Weekly Bible Studies

    Bible study groups meet weekly and follow different methods of study such as a book of the Bible, a topical study following a spiritual formation book or a RightNow Media video-based study and biblical discussion. Bible studies that meet less than weekly are considered bonus groups.

    Bonus Groups

    Bonus groups meet less often, perhaps bi-weekly, monthly, or for a season. While they also contain a spiritual component, they tend to be organized around a specific activity, such as strategies for a particular life-stage, addressing a life-controlling issue, a short- term Bible study (example: Freedom Group), or engaging in a service opportunity.

  • Lead a Group

    While everyone is welcome at Summit, those who lead within the church are to be held to a higher standard. This does not mean that our past disqualifies us. In fact, God will often use the parts of our past that we are least proud of to display His mercy and grace.

    I thank Him who has given me strength, Christ Jesus our Lord, because He judged me faithful, appointing me to His service, though formerly I was a blasphemer, persecutor, and insolent opponent...But I received mercy for this reason, that in me, as the foremost, Jesus Christ might display His perfect patience as an example to those who were to believe in Him for eternal life.1 Timothy 1:12–13, 16 (ESV)

    To get started, attend Step 1 of the Next Steps Pathway!

  • rightnow MEDIA

    Access over 25,000 Biblically-based videos for community groups, families, students, leadership development, and much more.

    Through Summit you can get free access!


We value worship at Summit. Our team leads people to encounter God through authentic, celebratory, spirit-filled worship.

  • What To Expect

    We play contemporary worship music. We like to add in a hymn once in a while as well. We also write original songs for the purpose of blessing our church community.

    We understand our role is to serve the church, not perform to fans. The church is not our audience, but God’s family of worshipers. Our musical taste, personal satisfaction, artistic opinions, and platform ambition are set aside. The attitude towards those we lead is one of respect, love, and a yearning for them to know God more.

  • Auditions

    1. Complete Step 1-3 of the Next Steps Pathway

    2. Fill out the Worship Team Application


Our prayer team is dedicated to pray for and respond to any request you may have.

  • Sunday Gatherings

    We have prayer stations on both sides of the room in the auditorium. Towards the end of the gathering during what we call our response time, our prayer team will be ready to pray for you. Our prayer team will stick around after the gathering as well, so stay as long as you’d like. There is also communion available at the prayer stations.

  • Get Prayer

    You can submit a prayer request anytime. We have a dedicated prayer team waiting to pray just for you! You can also send a private prayer request to our elder team.

    Click the button below to get started.


We support local, national, and international partners.

  • Local

    We advance the kingdom locally through strategic partners such as Sox Place in Downtown Denver and over a dozen local partners serving vulnerable families.

  • National

    We respond by sending teams to disaster relief areas. To help rebuild homes and provide relief to families recovering from disasters.

  • International

    We have strategic partners in Nepal and India and are beginning to onboard new strategic partners in 2024.