Denver Ministry Center

Located in the urban core of Denver, this Send Relief ministry center is focused on strengthening communities and providing support services to families experiencing poverty.


(Denver – North America)


Nestled in the snowy slopes of the Colorado Rockies, Denver is known for being a prosperous and culturally diverse state capital. The city’s population of nearly 3 million is only expected to grow in the coming decade—especially as it continues to serve as a sanctuary city to newly arriving refugees.

As Denver expands, however, so does its need for the gospel.

Send Relief’s Denver Ministry Center is surrounded by international communities who speak more than 65 different languages representing over 50 countries. The center is strategically located to serve these families with ESL classes, after-school programs and ministries focused on achieving basic needs.

By building intentional, long-lasting relationships in these neighborhoods, the ministry center, local churches and partner organizations are creating a community of meaningful, invested friends and neighbors who are inviting others to come sit at a table in the name of Jesus.

What We Do

The Denver Ministry Center is committed to serving its large refugee population, helping families navigate the adoption and fostering processes, and supplying residents with food, clothing and the hope of the gospel.

By partnering with local non-profits, resettlement agencies, public school systems and churches, the ministry center team focuses their efforts on providing:

  • Immediate relief for refugee new arrivals through clothing and groceries
  • Personal development, like English acquisition and job skills, for refugees
  • Building pathways for relationships through community meals and shared spaces

Though the refugee community is the ministry center’s main focus, they also partner with local organizations serving those experiencing homelessness and poverty and recovery efforts for children in the foster care system.


Amy Hulst

Amy has been involved in overseas missions, training and mobilization, and church planting for over a decade. Traveling to over 30 countries, she’s uniquely seen the needs of the world and the need for advocacy, justice, and restoration. In 2016, Amy moved to Denver to plant a church in the University neighborhood. She started a creative agency specifically working with social enterprise and empowerment companies and worked in marketing and development for an international education NGO. Eventually, she earned a Masters in International Development through The University of Edinburgh and focused on displacement, specifically in refugee studies. Joining Send Relief in 2021, Amy focuses on local strategic partnerships and development, program design, and strategy. She also serves as the Director of The Lovewell Center and all Send Relief refugee-centered programming in Denver.