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Our community is full of big-hearted, deep thinkers (like you!) who share many of the same passions. Join our student groups as a springboard to form friendships & mentorships.



Black Student 


BSF provides a way for African-American students to meet and develop supportive relationships with students of similar heritage. All students (African-American and otherwise) are welcome to our attend events!





Contact: Joy Fletcher

Get together with other poets/creative writers on campus to share your material with the group, workshop drafts, and encourage each other to keep writing. All styles, all subjects, all levels of skill and experience.

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Korean Student Fellowship


Contact: Eui-Sun Han


The Korean Student Fellowship provides a way for our Korean student population to develop supportive relationships with students of the same culture. All students (Korean and otherwise) are welcome to attend our events!





Contact: Priscilla Young


In partnership with Alongside, a Denver-based ministry for pastors’ wives, Alongside Denver Seminary offers cohorts for wives of students, led by coaches with many years and a wide variety of ministry experience. The cohorts will meet five times during the semester, focusing on shared calling as a couple in ministry, building a strong marriage team that seizes the opportunities God brings your way, and discovering how you are uniquely gifted for your God-given calling.


For more information about this opportunity and how to get involved this spring semester, contact Priscilla Young and visit the Alongside website to register.



CBE: Mutuality Matters Table Talks

Contact: Sue Bailey


Bring your lunch and join us for informal, civil discussions about relevant topics pertaining to biblical equality/mutuality. Whether you agree, disagree, or just want to explore the concept of mutuality, you are welcome and wanted at the Table. Sponsored by CBE.

CBE Denver is a local chapter under Christians for Biblical Equality International (CBE). We are a nonprofit organization of Christian men and women who believe that the Bible, properly interpreted, teaches the fundamental equality of men and women of all ethnic groups, all economic classes, and all age groups, based on the teachings of Scriptures such as Galatians 3:28: “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, neither male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”

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CBE: Mutuality on Tap, iN-Tea & Uncorked

What:  The "Tap" is a safe, informal gathering of pastors, leaders, professors, students, and locals who value and practice biblical equality/mutuality in the home, church, and world. We get together to share experiences, network, and be encouraged. Come hang with like-minded friends. Great food & spirits with good folks!      

Where: Breckenridge Brewery, Carboy's Winery & iN-TEA

Who: All are welcome! Pastors, Professors, practitioners, students and church communities are welcome at the Tap!

Why: To share, network, and be encouraged. 

Cost:  Entry is free! Food and beverages are at your own expense.