Manna Care

Manna Care provides a food market for families in our community. **Please bring your own reusable bags to shop.** We also provide haircuts. As we learn about specific needs, our mission is to connect each family with their desired tangible, relational, and spiritual support through limited resource navigation.

First-time guests are welcome. **Please bring your own reusable bags to shop.** We will explore how we can best meet their needs. An application must be completed for our records. Online versions are​ available here (Use the upper right-hand corner to translate via Google Translate. We also have paper copies onsite). Please complete and bring Client ID (assigned at the end of the application in green) to Manna Care.

Manna Care pantry is open Tuesday Mornings from 9 – 11:30a, additionally on the first and third Tuesday evenings of each month from 5-6:30p. *Please note that on Tuesdays after a Monday holiday, we will be closed in the morning.

If you have any questions, you can contact us any time at

Manna Connect

Manna Connect is a personal development program that provides participants with community, coaching and career skill advancement as they identify and overcome barriers to self-sufficiency and wholeness. Their unique career and community development model aims to rebuild the societal base surrounding our neighbors, creating more integrated communities and developing pathways out of poverty through meaningful careers. Where most work focuses on the problems that accompany poverty, they are person-centered, employing an integrated approach to unleash each individual’s inherent strengths and break the barriers that stand between them and the self-sufficiency they desire. Rather than provide temporary aid, their development model creates sustainable independence. Learn how you can play a part below.

Manna Connect is the core program of the Manna Resource Center, an organization serving individuals and families in south Denver.

Manna Rescue

Rescue America exists to rescue, revive and empower the sexually exploited through a 24/7 hotline and emergency response. Cherry Hills partners with Rescue America as an Outreach Hub. We meet the last Monday of the month as Outreach Advocates to call numbers from online sex ads and offer a message of hope and a safe opportunity to exit their life through our 24/7 hotline. These interpersonal exchanges have proven to be one of the most educational, profound, and impactful services – both for the volunteer and the victims.

Winter Shelter Network

We are a network of churches serving the homeless in Douglas County by providing a temporary, safe shelter to receive REST, MEALS, and CONNECTION during the winter months, November 1 – March 31. In the first four seasons, Winter Shelter Network provided 4523 bed nights to our guests.


Have a passion to come alongside under-resourced families in our community? We would love for you to get involved!


Manna Care is solely supported by the congregation of Cherry Hills, so thank you to the many people who donate funds, time and effort to serve nearly 1,200 people each month. To make a financial donation, simply designate your check and place it in the offering. Or, click below to give online.

Manna Care is unable to accept non-financial donations until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience. If you would like to support Manna, please consider giving financially at the link below.