“From His fullness we receive grace upon grace.”

John 1:16


Every Sunday we host a simple, hospitable Worship Gathering at 10:00AM in Hampden Hall.

Hampden Hall is located on the 2nd floor of the Englewood Civic Center – 1000 Englewood Parkway.

We suggest parking on the top deck of the parking garage which can be accessed from Highway 285 and also from the lower lot just off of Inca Street (drive straight through to the end, turn left, and head up the ramp that takes you to the upper deck).


The vision of The Sacred Grace is to see a parish church in and for every neighborhood in the Denver area.

The Sacred Grace Englewood is a parish church in and for the city of Englewood, CO. We exist to take spiritual and social responsibility for our parish and everything we do is ultimately for the flourishing and benefit of our city. Together we are following the way of Jesus by moving UP toward God through our weekly Worship Gatherings, IN toward each other through meaningful meals around the table, and OUT toward our parish through civic engagement, serving our local schools, and caring for our neighbors and neighborhoods.

We are a people who are putting down roots here to serve this city. We believe that spiritual and social renewal often go hand-in-hand and our aim is to activate that kind of renewal in Englewood.




Community Pastor


About Maggie

Hometown: Bartlett, IL
Currently Reading: This Here Flesh by Cole Arthur Riley
Englewood Favorite: Mango Tree Coffee

Maggie moved to Denver in 2016 to attend Denver Seminary, where she received a Masters of Divinity with a concentration in Leadership. She has lived all around the Denver area, but has called Englewood home since 2020. She serves on the Englewood Public Library Board, is active in the Restorative Justice Program, and attends as many city events as she can.

Maggie hails from the midwest and absolutely loves deep dish pizza. She spends any free time she has reading, writing, and taking road trips to visit National Parks.

Grab a meeting with Maggie HERE



Preschool Director


About Lindy

Hometown: Mt. Hood, OR
Currently Reading: Psalms from The Passion Translation
Englewood Favorite: Home (and Undici)

Lindy Soon Curry was born at the very end of the Korean War, found by an American serviceman, and taken to Hope Children’s Home in Jinhae, South Korea.  She was adopted by a loving, Christian family and came to live in Mt. Hood, Oregon in 1957 when she was estimated to be about four years old.

Lindy grew up and married David when they were both learning to play the Irish harp. They moved to Englewood in 1992 and adopted a baby girl from Korea. Lindy has sensed God calling her to full-time ministry. She is attending Denver Seminary and pursuing a Master of Arts in Youth and Family Ministries to better equip her to attend to the spiritual needs of children and adults in her neighborhood.



Grade School Co-Lead


About Sarah

Currently Reading:
Favorite Part of Englewood:



Parish Pastor


About Nathan

Hometown: Denver, CO
Currently Reading: Frederik Douglass, Prophet of Freedom
Favorite Part of Englewood: The Englewood Grand

Nathan has called Colorado home for most of his life and loves being outdoors as he climbs, skis, and mountain bikes whenever time allows. Nathan is a graduate of Denver Seminary and ordained in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, and has worked part-time for Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey since 2013.

He serves on the Advisory Board of Cafe 180 and Change The Trend, as a Chaplain to the Englewood Police Department, and on the Chamber Board, and received the Englewood Citizen of the Year award in 2021.

Nathan and his wife Julie are foster, biological, and adoptive parents. They believe in making a deep and lasting impact in their neighborhood and seeing lives change at the ground level. Nathan is a big fan of the craft-everything movement in Denver and spends any free time he has climbing, skiing, and mountain biking.

Grab a meeting with Nathan HERE



Interim Worship Director


About Canaan

Currently Reading:
Englewood Favorite:


Grade School Co-Lead


About Amy

Currently Reading:
Englewood Favorite:


Technical Director


About Devin

Hometown: Highlands Ranch, CO
Currently Reading: Analog Church by Jay Y. Kim
Englewood Favorite: Flying kites at the park
Devin often finds himself connecting people and being a bridge between communities. In fact, he grew up building with K’NEX (ask him about the mars rover). After college, he moved to the Englewood area. He and his wife Gaby currently live near Rotolo Park and love running into people around the city (and at parks) and inviting people into their lives and home. He is a software engineer by trade, loves to learn, has a few creative outlets including making music, crafting delectable food, and engineering.
Devin loves to help the church grow in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purposes in the world (language he learned from InterVarsity while in college). Over the years he’s done that through worship leading, serving others locally and internationally, asking questions, thinking about what it means to be followers of Christ in community, and generally being an overachiever.


Nursery Director


About Gaby

Currently Reading:
Englewood Favorite:

Gaby grew up in Colorado after moving from Chihuahua, Mexico with her family to Denver when she was a year and a half old. She loves learning about language, biology and the lovely things that make life sparkle. As a child (and sometimes even now), she could be found making mud pies, drawing, playing violin and exploring with all her senses. She discovered a love of teaching and learning with preschool kids at Red Rocks Church in 2014 and has loved interacting with kids since then and at different churches in Englewood for the last few years. Gaby is a social introvert that loves to dance when no one is looking.

Gaby moved to Englewood when she married Devin in 2020 and joined The Sacred Grace team as the Nursery Director and to help welcome the Spanish-speaking community as she hopes to reconnect with her Hispanic heritage. Gaby and Devin love creating new desserts, hosting family and friends in their home, and planning all the travel they will enjoy together to visit  international friends and family if the Lord allows.



Interim Worship Director


About Sunny

Hometown: Claremont, CA
Currently Reading: White Teeth by Zadie Smith
Englewood Favorite: The giant concrete mushrooms in Romans Park (it’s a love-hate relationship)
Sunny’s name reflects her upbringing in Southern California, where she developed a deep-seated love for boba milk tea and the vastness of the ocean. When she was 15, she began leading worship in a renovated garage for the youth group in her Chinese-immigrant church. Since then, she has enjoyed singing in an all-women acapella group in Haverford College, where she graduated with a B.A. in Race and Immigration History. After college, she helped start a worship team for a church plant in Singapore, before moving to Denver to pursue a career in Visual Arts Education.
Currently, Sunny works as an art teacher at William Smith High School in Aurora, where she teaches watercolor, acrylic painting, calligraphy, observational drawing, and portraiture. Sunny cares deeply about creating spaces for unique and underrepresented voices to express themselves through the arts.
Outside of music and art, Sunny enjoys hiking with her husband, watching reruns of the Great British Baking Show and trying different street foods around the world.