Storehouse is a ministry of Woodland Park Community Church. We seek to serve our Heavenly Father by addressing the needs of the poor, oppressed, overlooked, and marginalized in our community. We work to help those struggling to get back on their feet, and to show them the love of Christ. Life can be hard, and we desire to help bring the hope of Christ to individuals and families in difficult situations.

We seek to be God-centered by prayerfully following the teachings of Jesus Christ, and by demonstrating His unconditional love to those in need. 

You’re not alone. Our Care Coordinators are here to listen, love, care, share, and help you.

Please stop by our office to discuss your needs and how we may be able to assist you.

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 9:00am - 12:00pm

Phone: 719.229.4512

Location: 700 Valley View Dr. Suite D, Woodland Park, CO (when facing the building, farthest door to the left)


Services include:

  • financial assistance
    • We help those in financial need, on a limited basis, for rent, and utilities (as funds are available). Some restrictions apply.

  • medical lending closet
    • We offer the free use of medical equipment to meet your temporary needs. These include: crutches, walkers, bedside commodes, wheelchairs, shower chairs, canes, toilet seat risers, etc. Use whatever you need for as long as you need it. We just ask that you clean and return it when you are done with it. We are accepting donations of the above listed medical equipment, clean and in good condition.
  • gas cards
    • We will give a gasoline gift card to those in need (as available and appropriate).
  • food bags
    • When emergency food needs arise that cannot wait for other Teller County food providers, we step in with “The First 48”. This program provides the basic food necessities for an individual or family for approximately a 2-day period. We are accepting donations on the last Sunday of the month of:
      • food: peanut butter, crackers, granola bars, nuts, tuna, canned chicken, soup, pop tarts, canned fruit, canned Spam, hams, sausages, Gatorade, water
      • toiletry items: soap, shampoo, toothpaste and brushes, deodorant, toilet paper, and feminine hygiene products
  • meals program
    • For those dealing with specific needs, we will deliver a pre-cooked meal for them and their family as needed.
      We are accepting donations of homemade or store-bought pre-cooked meals.
  • laundry program
    • We offer a voucher for you to get several loads of your laundry washed and dried for free at a local Laundromat. Just bring your dirty laundry and soap, and we’ll take care of the rest!
  • firewood
    • Many families in Teller County rely on firewood as a major heat source for their homes during our cold winters.  We acquire logs, and our generous congregation cuts and splits it into firewood. They may pick it up, or in some circumstances we can deliver ½ a cord to those families in need. We are always in need of those willing souls to assist us one Saturday a month in cutting and splitting wood. Please bring your log splitters, axes, pick up trucks, and chain saws.
  • counseling
    • We have counseling services available for individuals and families. You just pay what you can afford. We also offer grief and addiction groups. We have a small free library of literature focused on common challenges people experience.
  • small household items
    • We offer free kitchen items, small appliances, linens and other basic household items. We are accepting donations of the above listed items.
  • some furniture
    • We have a limited selection of furniture to meet your basic needs. Please come into our office to see what we have in our inventory. 
  • community garden (seasonal)
    • The Storehouse sponsors a Community Garden on the east side of the church in cooperation with the Community Partnership and The Harvest Center of Teller County. The garden beds are available each Spring for local gardeners to grow their own produce. Extra produce is donated to local food programs. Sign up for the garden beds is through The Community Partnership at (719) 686-0705.

Transitional Housing

We have partnered with Habitat for Humanity and have purchased two condos in the Clock Tower condos (formerly called the Lofthouse). These condos will be used as transitional housing for people in Teller County who need a temporary home while they get back on their feet. We come alongside and counsel these families to help bring them to a place of independence.

Click here to download the transitional housing qualifications.

Click here to download the transitional housing application.