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C4C Colorado Front Range

Chapter Contact:

Missy Jean Dedrick, development director, Climbing For Christ



The Front Range Chapter's first meeting was Aug. 1, 2004 at South Suburban Christian Church in the Denver suburb of Littleton, Colo. Fifteen people attended the meeting.

Jim Doenges, a licensed minister and life-long mountaineer, coordinated the chapter from Nov. 12, 2005-Sept. 16, 2008. The first event Doenges led was an avalanche awareness clinic attended by 20 people on Dec. 15, 2005. Read Doenges' story, “I Want What He Has” in Partners In Climb.

Josh Carroll, a Mission: Haiti veteran, coordinated the chapter from September 2008 to September 2010.

Missy Jean Dedrick became the chapter coordinator when she joined Climbing For Christ staff full-time on Jan. 1, 2020.

Latest News

Colorado Update: Coffee Chat Feb. 13

Colorado Update Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020 Coffee Chat in Denver Thursday By Missy Jean Dedrick, development director, Climbing For Christ Missy and Gilbert at the REI Denver Starbucks last month. Hello Colorado Members! Climbing For Christ will be hosting another “Coffee Chat” on Thursday, Feb. 13 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Starbucks in the REI Denver Flagship Store (1416 Platte St., Denver 80202).  C4C Coffee Chats are a time to come and chat about HIS ministry in an informal setting. I will be in attendance. I can update you on what is happening with Gi... Read more »

We want to see YOUR face

 Catching up: We were blessed to meet up with Mike (right) and Rachel Wall (second from left) in Loveland on Sunday. We are (left to right) Missy Jean Dedrick, Gilbert Lindor, and Elaine and Gary Fallesen. And we’d love to see you, too. (Photo by Mike Wall) We want to see YOUR face By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Climbing For Christ COLORADO members: Greetings in HIS name! I am back in Colorado and, thanks to the addition of new staff member Missy Jean Dedrick of Denver, we’ll be here more often. Plus, our daughter Hayley and son-in-law Mitch Har... Read more »

Going to extremes for Haiti

Going to extremes for Haiti Facing avalanche danger, members of the Colorado Front Range Chapter participating in an extreme CLIMBATHON event, cut short the “24 Hours of Torreys” on Saturday, June 20. The plan for the “24 Hours of Torreys” had been ascents up three Class 3 routes — Dead Dog, Eroica, and Emperor couloirs — on 14,267-foot Torreys Peak. As much as 15,000 feet of vertical gain, all to raise financial support for Mission: Haiti. “The mountain wasn’t in play that day,” said Josh Carroll. “We decided a couple d... Read more »

Fall (or is it a winter?) Climb

Fall (or is it a winter?) climb We'd like to take a group climbing on Saturday, Oct. 24. Contact Josh Carroll at with suggestions for a peak and if you want to come along. Read more »

$4 on the 4th

$4 on the 4th There will be a FourBucks Fundraiser on the 4th of every month. Skip your specialty coffee drink and give it to Climbing For Christ. Let's see how much we can do with this caffeinated money on Saturday, July 4. Read more »

Mini- Mission: Haiti

Mini-Mission: Haiti Three Climbing For Christ members from the Front Range Chapter — Josh Carroll, Justin Lee and Dr. Steve Quakenbush — made a special trip to the Dominican Republic from March 27-30 to deliver medical supplies and other goods to missionary Miguel Rubén Guante. Josh and Steve were members of the Mission: Haiti 2008 team and are scheduled to participate in this year's Evangelic Expedition to Haiti in November and December. CLICK HERE for Josh's Trip Report.  Read more »

Winter Climb

Winter Climb Self-arrest practicing ground. (Photo by Jill Jolley) We had a small group for our Winter climb of 13,427-foot Grizzly Peak D in Summit County on Saturday, Feb. 28. There were four cancellations Friday night and two more Saturday morning. Then we got off to a late start from the US 6 trailhead because of terrible traffic that turned a 50-minute drive into a 2½-hour drive. We hiked the ridge. Had a lot of fellowship, storytelling, prayer, and discussions. We made it to the ridge that ascends Grizzly proper and found that it was an amazing environment to pr... Read more »

Join 'The Club'

Join 'The Club' Photo by Craig DeMartino The Climbing Club (known as “Gripped”) is off for the summer months. The club will get together again in the autumn (dates to be announced) at Inner Strength Rock Gym, 3713 South Mason in Fort Collins. Admission for the two-hour club is $12 and includes instruction, a harness, climbing, and fellowship. Proceeds ($1 per person) will benefit Climbing For Christ. For more information, contact the Cyndy DeMartino at (970) 461-8581. Read more »

Mission: Haiti Presentation

Mission: Haiti Presentation 2008 and ’09 team members Steve Quakenbush and Josh Carroll shared with more than 200 people the work God is doing through Climbing For Christ in the mountains of Haiti during Sunday, Feb. 15 worship at First United Methodist Church in Canon City, Colo. “There was lots of encouragement,” Josh said. “Lots of people interested in helping out financially, and lots of people surprised to hear about the immense need!” Haiti remains the biggest item on Climbing For Christ's budget. Anyone who can help the least of these living in the... Read more »
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