Loving God
for the good of our neighbor

Sola Church exists to love God by living as a family of missionary servants who make disciples for the flourishing of our city.


We believe the Bible tells one story from beginning to end, the true story of the whole world. Our desire is to know this story and its Hero and to play our part faithfully. 

What would the world look like if it were the way it is supposed to be?

The story begins with the one True God who created everything and everything he made was good, right, and perfect. He placed humans in a garden at the center of His creation. God called these people to be servants who would reflect his goodness as they lovingly cultivated the world under God’s loving care and protection.

If God created the world good, right and perfect, why is there so much evil, wrong, and brokenness?

Rather than trusting God’s goodness and greatness, the humans chose to rebel against God, serving themselves instead of God. The consequences were massive as the entire creation fell under a curse. Sin, like a parasite, entered into God’s good creation and began eating away. God’s good creation fell further and further into despair. The people who were supposed to lovingly cultivate went further into hatred, violence, and selfishness.

What would God do to sort out this mess?

God promised to deal with the problem of sin and death that was infecting His good creation. He called one family to be his servants demonstrating and declaring His good reign. This family became a great nation charged to carry this blessing to every other nation. He rescued them over and over and over again. But they continually rebelled until finally God let them go. Years turned into decades, decades turned into centuries. The people dreamed and hoped for the day when God would return, and all creation would be restored.

Would God ever return and fulfill his promises? When and how and through whom would God rescue his people and his creation?

Jesus, God become human, was God’s servant who would straighten out the mess, rescue his people, and carry the blessing to all the other nations. If Jesus was the one to save, that meant the other powers weren’t and they didn’t like that. Jesus was killed on a cross, bearing the sin of the world in his flesh. But three days later, Jesus was raised to life. The long awaited restoration had dawned!

If the restoration meant that everything was again good, right and perfect, why is there still so much evil, wrong, and brokenness?

The story wasn’t over yet. That the killed and raised Jesus was King over all the earth was good news and must be announced to the whole world. Jesus sent his followers, the Church, out into the world to be a family of missionary servants who would demonstrate and declare this good news. They were to live together as a foretaste of what has already dawned and will soon by fully revealed.

But isn’t the end of the story that we go up to heaven and live forever?

Jesus will return one day at the end of the story. He will put an end to all the evil, wrong and brokenness once and for all, finally and fully. He will win. He will rule. And the humans will finally be able to serve the creation and reflect God’s goodness and greatness to the world again forever.


Jesus gave his people, the Church, these four Gospel Identities: Family, Learner, Missionary, Servant.

We are a Family

God, the perfect Father, has adopted us as His children.  Rather than a random collection of individuals, we live in committed relationships as brothers and sisters.  We arrange our lives to maximize the opportunity to be a part of each others’ lives.  We gather regularly to eat, celebrate, and share life.

We are Learners

We don’t have it all together, rather, we are called into a lifelong journey of humbly learning how to follow Jesus.  To do this, we dedicate ourselves to understanding our story and our culture’s story through the lens of the biblical story.

We are Servants

Jesus not only rules supremely over all the earth, but he intentionally disadvantaged himself for the sake of others.  Because Jesus was willing to serve us to the point of death, we are committed to serving each other and our cities.  We humbly and sacrificially serve by blessing people in word, deed and gifts.

We are Missionaries

Jesus sent His Spirit to enable His Church to be a conduit of blessing to the world.  We actively engage and bless our communities with the good news that our world belongs to God.


Sola Church exists to love God by living as a family of missionary servants who make disciples for the flourishing of our city. We intentionally work this out through the following values.


We believe the gospel, the good news that God is restoring all of creation to himself through Jesus, is a Story that changes every part of our lives. This story is about restored relationship to God, so we live in such a way as a community that we engage with God together through regular times of learning from the Bible, prayer, and worship.


We intentionally live life together in community. It’s crazy, but we have to do it intentionally because naturally our lives are independent instead of interdependent. We believe that as part of our human DNA, we are meant to both enjoy relationships and grow through them. We pursue deep community where people live life with each other: sharing meals, meeting needs, hanging out, mourning, and celebrating together.


The gospel is to be declared and demonstrated in tangible, obvious ways by those who are following Jesus. God has called us to be actively involved in His ongoing work in this world and we embrace this reality as a practice of our life. This mission aspect isn’t supposed to be the exception to life, but the natural response to who God is and what He has done (is doing) for us.


The four identities of family, missionaries, servants, and learners above are plural – we need each other! Sola Church comes together in community in the following two ways.

Missional Communities

Rather than just “going to Church”, we believe that the call to follow Jesus is one that takes up all of life. As followers and disciples of Jesus we believe that we, Jesus’ people, are the Church; this is an “all of the time” identity, not just something we assume for a few hours every week when we are gathered on a Sunday. Born of this conviction, our local body is organized on the basis of Missional Communities through which this “all of life” type of church can be expressed.

For us, a Missional Community is a smaller group of people, about the size of an extended family, who – based on their gospel identity – commit to live together as a family of missionary servants, intentionally making disciples of their surrounding community by proclaiming and demonstrating the gospel in tangible ways. As a missional community grows and develops new leaders, it will birth new missional communities, extending the influence of God’s family across our city.

No family made up of people is perfect, and none of the Missional Communities that make up Sola Church are perfect. But their unity is found, not in the perfection of people, but in having God as Father, Jesus as King, and the Spirit as the one who empowers growth and obedience.

Sunday Gatherings

We meet at Buck Recreation Center at 2004 W Powers Ave, Littleton, CO 80120.

Sunday Gatherings are a unique opportunity to gather as God’s people to hear from his Word, be reminded of his Story, sing his praise, and enjoy his presence, and celebrate the communion meal. As a church family, we gather around Jesus and his remarkable grace. We also welcome those who are seeking, skeptical, or curious. If you’re visiting for the first time, you can expect to meet a warm, casual community that cares about one another and the needs of our city. We’d love to meet you.

Our Gathering starts at 10:30am, so you’ll want to arrive around 10:15 to meet people and check kids into Sola Kids.

Sola Kids

Sola Church partners with families to help children grow in loving God and loving people.

Understanding and Affection

We cultivate affection and understanding so our young people discover and experience who God is, who they are, and how deeply He loves them.

Nursery (below age 2)

Our nursery is staffed with adult volunteers (all of whom have undergone background checks). Drop your child off in our fully equipped nursery and pick up your child from the nursery after communion and enjoy worship together as a whole family to close our service.


At a child’s 2nd birthday s/he will be welcomed into our Sola Kids preschool class which is staffed with adult volunteers (all of whom have undergone background checks).
Our preschool children memorize Scripture through song and learn about the story of the Bible using The Jesus Storybook Bible and curriculum. Classroom time also includes play time, craft, and snack.
Please use our check-in iPad located in the hall outside the classroom to record any important information including your child’s name, parent contact, food allergies, and bathroom needs. 
Pick up your child from class after communion and enjoy worship together as a whole family to close our service.

Elementary/Middle School

Once a child is in Kindergarten, they transition to the elementary ministry. Every Sunday, they enjoy some age-appropriate teaching. Students learn about the Story of God, the 4Gs, and Biblical Literacy. They also enjoy snacks, games and occasional activities outside of the Sunday gathering. During the service, teachers will bring students back to the gathering after communion. Older elementary students also have the opportunity to serve the church body in ministry areas like audio/visual support, nursery, and preschool.

Sola Youth

Discipling young people from birth to adulthood.

Sola Youth

When students enter middle school, they are invited to participate in our youth program. Our youth enjoy monthly fun activities in partnership with other churches in the area on the second Saturday of every month. They also participate in youth discipleship once a month, a time of games, relationship building, and Bible study. As they grow older, they are incorporated into more of the Missional Community structures, building close relationships with the adults in their MC. Youth are encouraged to serve the church body wherever there is a ministry need.


Our Elder Team – Jesus is our head pastor. Our elders seek to lead our church under His direction.
Bobby Endyk

Bobby Endyk


Mark Gomez

Mark Gomez


Rob Hall

Rob Hall




Our deacons are servants of our Church Family
Johnny & Jennie Borchardt

Johnny & Jennie Borchardt

Deacons of Elementary Ministries; Admin Assistant

Andrew Toth

Andrew Toth

Deacon of Audio/Video

Chastity Gomez

Chastity Gomez

Deacon of Hospitality


PO Box 608
Littleton, CO 80160-0608

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