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 Ch...
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
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 th...
Fall (or is it a winter?) climb
We'd like to take a group climbing on Saturday, Oct. 24. Contact Josh Carroll at email@example.com with suggestions for a peak and if you want to come along.
$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.
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 Gua...
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 fr...
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-ho...
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.