covid - 19 CARE

Give CARe 

Hospitality and social distancing seem like polar opposite practices, but in the midst of staying physically distant from those around you, we wanted to help you re-imagine hospitality in this time. This new type of hospitality is love extended. Warmth, friendship, and care that reaches out to others even when our in-person interaction is limited. Below are options to help you think through how to extend love to the individuals in your household, in your neighborhood, in our nation, and in our world.


  • Write a note to each of your family members or create an "encouragement circle" where everyone goes around and says one encouraging thing about each member of the family
  • Ask your family members, roommates, or those close to you "What is one thing I can do to serve you this week?" or "How are you doing?" Be ready to listen and act.
  • Send a letter or video to a parent or grandparent
  • Resist the urge to eat dinner on the go or in front of a screen and have a conversation around the table or call a family member or friend you haven't talked with in a while. Consider asking questions like: 
    • A) How are you doing physically, mentally, emotionally, and/or spiritually right now?
    • B) What is something that brought you joy this week?
    • C) What's one of your favorite memories? Will you share the story with me?"


  • Make "bored-bags" and deliver to neighbors with kids at home. You could include things like challenges, coloring pages, recipes and ingredients for homemade play-dough or slime, easy science experiments, games, note cards, etc.
  • Send a care package to someone. This can be a box you assemble, something ordered from an online store delivered to their home, a digital gift card, or something else. Be creative! Think about a possible theme - a game night, spa time, artistic expression, the sky is the limit!
  • Write notes of encouragement and leave them in neighbor's mailboxes. If you are able and looking for ways to help those who can't leave their home, print and fill out this card and deliver it to neighbors who may be in need.

Card Template


Pray for Healthcare Workers: Waterstone is starting a prayer ministry specifically for the purpose of praying for medical staff on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. Waterstone is connecting with Littleton Hospital staff via private Facebook group where they can leave prayer requests and concerns. Check out this video by  Janice Shannon and join this local prayer effort.

Give to Waterstone: In this time, Waterstone is committed to supporting and investing in our partnerships with ministries, missionaries, and families at Waterstone, in our community, and globally in the midst of COVID-19. Your contributions make it possible for us to continue investing in the Kingdom during this time. There are multiple ways you can give:

  • Text2Give: (720) 330-4810
  • Mail your contribution: Waterstone Church 5890 S. Alkire St.Littleton, CO, 80127

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Donate to Waterstone's Care Fund: Our Care Fund is set up to assist our Waterstone family [and members of the community?] with tangible and financial needs, 100% of what is given to this fund is used to help those in need. You can give HERE and go to designations and select "Care Fund"

Food Pantry

  • Food donations - We will be open to receive food items every Thursday from 12pm-2pm outside the West Entrance of Waterstone
  • You can give monetarily anytime HERE and select "food pantry scholarship" in designations


  • Go to Waterstone's "Serve Global" page and find a missionary Waterstone supports globally. Pray for the individuals serving around the world and if available, send them a note letting them know you prayed for them!
  • Please check back for more opportunities globally as we become more aware of the needs of our world in this time!

Receive CARe

Grab & Go meals available Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 10:30am-1:00pm 

Locations: Alameda High School, Arvada K-8, Columbine High School, Edgewater Elementary, Foothills Elementary, Lasley Elementary, Parr, Elementary, Wayne Carle Middle, Welchester Elementary, West Jefferson Elementary, Wheat Ridge High School

Waterstone Food Pantry, Thursdays

  • 12-2pm Drop-off: Drop-off food donations and gift cards
  • 2-4pm Pick-up: Pick-up a box of food for your family

Looking for work or looking to hire? Connect here with potential employers/employees. 


Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

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Never underestimate the power of prayer. We believe in the power of prayer for every circumstance. We have a team on intercessors who would love to pray for you. Please feel free to send us your prayer request so we can pray on your behalf.

Prayer Request

For all other questions and needs please contact us personally.



Have you taken the opportunity to serve your neighbors during this season? Have you personally experienced acts of kindness from a neighbor or loved one? Share your story with us!

You can also tag us on Instagram: @waterstonecc or Facebook: @waterstonechurch and add the hashtag: #waterstoneathome . We will share your stories on our social platforms!