2018 Annual Report

Hey Foothills Family!
2019 is off to a great start! We are seeing more and more people who are coming to be a part of the family we have here. In 2018, we took a huge step forward in beginning to intentionally track some of the specific things that go on at Foothills. It's our desire to continually grow in this area and we wanted you to see our first ever annual report for 2018. Thanks for your help in growing this body for the glory of God!
-Pastor Kyle




On average, 736 people participated in our weekend services and were served by 100 volunteers.  Our kids and youth ministries averaged 227 in weekly activities through out the year.



On average, we gave just under $26,000 in undesignated offerings each week, totaling $1,348,135 for the year.


Our local outreach ministries serve Arvada and the surrounding communities making a difference in the lives of the underserved.  Our total local outreach hours were 12,500. Here is a glimpse of what our funds, facility, and people accomplished in 2018:

Thrift Store: 48 Volunteers | 4,313 Volunteer Hours | $37,468.83 Donated to Missions

Haven’s Hope: 46 Families & 61 kids served per month | 1,399 Volunteer Hours | 62,100 Diapers distributed | 14 oil Changes

Packs of Hope: 2,422 back packs delivered to Foster Kids | 218 Packs delivered to senior citizens | 4,697 Volunteer hours

Food Pantry: 25 Volunteers per month | 2,070 Volunteer Hours | 56 Families served per month | 23,201 Meals Provided

James 1:27: 34 Projects Completed

Global Outreach


In 2018, Foothills gave over $100,000 (approximately 8%) to support our global mission efforts.  This support included 21 missionary families (location details are on the map below) that span 6 continents and 11 countries.  There were 45 short term mission trips and 634 children served among our three global partners (indicated by "GP" on the map below).


2018 Milestones

  • In 2018, we took 300 people to our first every church-wide Camp Foothills experience.

  • We celebrated our 30th anniversary and were excited to see so many former members and staff.

  • We hosted 12 prayer nights that enabled our people to dive into prayer over each other, Foothills and the Church.

  • We launched a prayer team, offering prayer during each Sunday service.

  • We entered into a purchase agreement to sell a portion of our land on Indiana St. that is expected to close in 2019.

  • We started a strategic initiative to review, update, and refine our vision and mission for 2019 and beyond.