the mill | WORSHIP VENUE
SUNDAYS | 9:15 + 11:00 AM
Downstairs at the Littleton Campus
In an effort to make room for more people to hear the Gospel, we revamped our youth room to make it into a smaller and more intimate environment. The Mill has live acoustic-style worship and a video message of that weekend’s sermon. This intentionally simplified experience is a place where you can meet new friends and reflect on the message over a cup of coffee together.
Shannon has been on staff as the High School Pastor since 2013. He and his wife Ginger have two daughters and a son. He is a Colorado native who loves to snowboard and teach God’s word to students and adults through story to help them grasp the transforming truth of the Gospel.
Chris joined our church and has been volunteering since 2016. He and his wife Kelly have one two-year old daughter and a 5 month old son. Chris has his Masters of Divinity from Denver Seminary and was a pastor in Las Vegas before moving back to Colorado. He loves sports, traveling, and rooms with high ceilings (since he’s 6’6”).
VENUE WORSHIP LEADER
Justin describes his style as a mixture of contemporary and contemplative, influenced by both indie rock and jazz with some classical elements sprinkled in, too. He and his high school sweetheart Karissa have three kids. He is passionate about bringing the church together to worship through music and loves to reinvigorate hymns in contemporary style. Don’t be afraid to ask him about his large collection of Bert (from Sesame Street) knick-knacks given to him by friends to commemorate Justin’s previous eyebrow style: the unibrow.
VENUE WORSHIP LEADER
Nate has been leading worship since he was a teenager. He desires to do everything he can to eliminate distractions and help people engage with God, regardless of where they are in their faith journey. He and his wife Jill have four kids and he enjoys rooting for the Broncos, climbing 14ers, and spending time outdoors. He’s an avid seat-belt wearer ever since a car accident taught him that flying isn’t part of his skill set.