Fellowship Denver Church


Fellowship Denver Church began 13 years ago in the hearts of four friends and was planted in Central Denver. Since that time, the church has seen steady growth with a congregation now of around 1,000 people. Fellowship Denver is a thriving, healthy church motivated by its mission to help people discover the original Jesus. This mission statement drives the church to exemplify its commitment to the historic faith and authority of the Bible while also working to include and disciple those who have no faith background or who are culturally distant from evangelical Christianity.

The church’s leadership is aligned around seeing a gospel movement that fills Denver with disciples of Jesus. They are passionate about equipping members to live out their faith in public, developing leaders, supporting church planting, and being a resource to other gospel work in the city. With this in mind, the church is embarking on a new season of multiplication, which will include: multiplying Fellowship Groups throughout its expanding geographic footprint, planting a second congregation in the North Metro area, and starting new ministries to develop people in under-resourced neighborhoods. The church’s generous giving has nearly doubled in the last year in anticipation of God’s work in this new season. They are also leaning into conversations about cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic diversity so that they can be used to see the gospel flourish in all parts of Denver.

Fellowship Denver is currently looking to add an Executive Pastor to their elder team who will partner with the Lead Pastor to both strengthen the existing team and multiply their impact in order to bring further movement of the gospel to their region.


By any standard, Denver, Colorado is an attractive place to live. Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, it is filled with seemingly endless outdoor sports opportunities and gorgeous scenery. As the most populous city in Colorado, Denver is a place for both families and solo adventurers alike and is surprisingly sunny throughout most of the year. Downtown offers world-class cultural attractions, craft breweries, awesome music venues and dining. However, for all of its glory, the majority of residents are either skeptical of organized religion or may profess faith but lack a clear understanding of Jesus with very little presence of gospel-centered churches.


The ideal candidate for Executive Pastor at Fellowship Denver is an organization and team leader who will work alongside the Lead Pastor to develop team culture and move the mission forward. This person will:
• Lead the staff and be viewed by them as a pastor, resource and developer who helps them maximize their God-given potential.
• Lead the church in its move toward multi-congregational ministry; structure the staff and elders for this new phase of growth
• Develop systems and metrics that keep the leadership team informed, aligned and capable of making decisions in a timely manner
• Identify and tackle strategic obstacles
• Be involved in developing other leaders throughout the church


• Meet the elder requirements stated in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 2
• Be in full agreement with Fellowship Denver’s Statement of Essential Beliefs, Teaching Positions, and Ministry Values
• Proven organizational and leadership development skills
• At least 5 years of related experience
• Master’s Degree preferred

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