Monthly Archives: April 2016

Community Engagement

UntitledWe are looking forward to hosting our 2nd year of the Leverage Youth Event this coming June!  This 3 day event includes serving our local community through work projects with Neighborhood Rehab Project and a variety of
fun activities.  If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Kevin Shive or Daniel Coffey.              Kevin Shive 303.947.5643  Daniel Coffey 303.994.4510

IMG_1845Rocky Mountain Police Chaplains Update written by Kevin Shive.
We are faced with a difficult season which is directly impacting our Law Enforcement Family.  There have been 14 officers shot in Colorado over the past three months and many line of duty deaths.
This is a horrendous reality.  And this is a powerful reminder that Chaplains are essential to encourage, support and serve our Law Enforcement Family. Chaplains should be a vital aspect of every Law Enforcement agency.  Our relationships with Officers, Support Staff and Families are a priority for our daily activity and interaction.  Rocky Mountain Police Chaplains was established from a vision to unify Police Chaplains with our region.  The vision to create collaborative and interactive relationships have formed because of the necessity to organize our efforts and resources.  We grew from the need to serve those that serve us.
Our mission is to connect and organize Police Chaplains, develop trusted relationships between Chaplains, equip and train with excellence and consistency, assist in the development of new programs and prepare for large multi-agency crisis response situations.
Currently, we have over 28 agencies and 54 Chaplains serving with Rocky Mountain Police Chaplains.  This number is growing monthly as agencies trust our intentions and see our actions.  It is our goal to have a Chaplain serving in every agency within our Rocky Mountain Region.  A few years ago this idea would have seemed insurmountable.  However, it appears to be within reach and we are passionate about serving those that serve us.                                                                          

Thoughts from Don & Taryn on being on the CFIA Board:  DonandTaryn                                                                     “It’s been such a blessing to be involved with CFIA and witness the impact our programs are making in Golden and beyond.  It’s made us realize how collaboration between business, faith and government can really impact and facilitate community in endless ways.  In particular, we love working on the 5K each year and seeing how the fundraising event itself brings the community together for purpose, fun & fitness.”