Dorm Scholarships (Tiers 2 and 3): $8,000

College is critical. International students and the spiritually hungry are in our backyard. This makes the dorms a mission field, and workers are needed there. This is where lives are changed by the gospel and leaders begin to exercise their calling.

But college expenses are on the rise. At Colorado State University, room and board and tuition for a Colorado resident can cost between $23,000 and $27,000 per year. Through this year's Missions Fund, we’re hoping to offer multiple scholarships to help offset the cost of living on CSU's campus for students in Summitview's college ministry.

Listen to the conversation we had with Stephen Molden, who received a dorm scholarship in 2016, to learn more about the importance of being faithfully present in the dorms.

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Church Planting Seed Money (Tier 3): $2,000

Church planting is an intrinsic part of Summitview's vision and heritage. Summitview started as a small church plant in 1984 and since then has planted churches in Denver, Greeley, Loveland, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, El Paso and even Amsterdam in the Netherlands. For the first time in eight years, we are actively considering our next church plant.

Last year, your generosity allowed the Hroudas and the Saunders to complete the first phase of the church-planting process—a four-day assessment conducted by Converge. This year, we're praying for $2,000 to help us take the next steps in identifying the location of our upcoming church plant. Listen to our conversation with Pastor Nathan to get a fuller picture of this process and how church planting helps fulfill the Great Commission.

City initiatives in our 2018-2019 Missions Fund are Priority 2 and 3 items. Meaning, no funding will reach these items until the Priority 1 and 2 items, respectively receive full funding.

Give to the 2018-2019 Missions Fund