First Reformed Church

1601 S. Clarkson St.
Denver, CO 80210

Phone: 303-722-6365
Fax: 303-871-0407

E-mail: FirstReformed@4dVision.com

Worship at First Reformed Church
1st Reformed

Our main purpose of gathering on Sunday morning is to worship our great and loving God who has revealed himself as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Our worship is joyous, user friendly, and semi-liturgical. Our worship hour begins at 9:30 A.M. and runs to 10:30 A.M.

We also offer a Sunday School program that offers a fun and good place to learn about the Bible. The Sunday school includes ages 3 to adult.


Directions to First Reformed Church

The Church is located in Southeast Denver at Clarkson and Iowa streets.

Heading South on I-25:

  • Exit at the Washington Street Exit.
  • Take Washington Street to Iowa Street.
  • Turn left onto Iowa to Clarkson Street. There you will see First Reformed Church.

    Heading North on I-25:

  • Take the Downing Street Exit.
  • Go South on Downing Street to Iowa.
  • Turn right onto Iowa and procced to Clarkson Street.

    You've made it to first Reformed Church of Denver! We would be very glad to see you in our congregation.

    First Reformed Church of Denver was organized October 31, 1921, by forty-six members. The church continues to exist because our main focus is to serve our Lord and Savoir, Jesus Christ.

    During our first tweny-five years First Reformed Church was the only congregation of the Reformed Church in America in the Denver area. When R.C.A. members moved here, they often sought out First Church. After World War II the city spread out, members moved out to the suburbs, and First Reformed helped to start six other Reformed churches in the Denver metropolitan area. At one time most of our own parishioners lived near the church, but today many live in outlying areas.

    First Reformed, Denver, celebrated it's 75th anniversary on October 31st 1996.

    Today we are a congregation of approximately 85 members moving toward our centennial. A warm welcome awaits you. Come for a visit. Remain for a time of fellowship at the "coffee hour". Sunday school follows.