Worship and Nursery

Traditional Service

9:00 - 10:00 a.m.

(Contemporary Service)

10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Nursery is available for both services!

Sunday School for all Ages K-5th Grade

9:15 – 10:00 a.m.

10:45 – 11:30 a.m.

Pastor Paul Brunner has been in various ministry settings since his days at Iliff seminary in Denver.  He graduated from the University of Buffalo with a Psychology degree, got married to Sue and promptly moved to Colorado where he has worked with all ages of people, mostly in suburban churches.  His style is casual, often humorous and always thought provoking.  GO4TH brings together the elements of Christian life that are most important to him: worship, fellowship and service.  Together we are building a community founded on the teachings of Jesus Christ as a way for us to express our hope and faith.

April and Brent Nichols have been sharing their musical gifts to glorify God for over 20 years.  They met at Metropolitan State University and were married shortly after graduating with Music Degrees.  They are humbled to be the Contemporary Worship Leaders at NUMC’s GO4TH Service.  The Nichols are excited to lead such a great band that truly has a heart for worship and to be a part of a wonderful service that wants to “GO4TH” into the world to help those in need of God’s grace and love and grow the NUMC family!

Chad Sheridan is very excited to be a part of the Northglenn United Methodist Church family as the choir director and hand bell ensemble director for the traditional service.  He holds a Bachelors degree in Music Education from Northern Illinois University and teaches music and directs the choir at Stukey Elementary school. Chad has considerable experience with performing and conducting, including past experience with conducting church choirs. Chad is very involved in the Northglenn community and performs with the Northland Chorale.

Our Church Family History

Our church family, Northglenn United Methodist Church, was started in 1962 by a number of families who resided in or near the newly developed suburban city of Northglenn. They contacted officials of the Rocky Mountain Conference of the Methodist Church and requested that a Methodist Church be established in their area. The Denver church Extension Mission Service assisted by purchasing a parsonage and an extra lot at 1481 W. 106th Avenue and by providing the salary of an appointed pastor.

Rev. William L. Young blood was the first pastor to be appointed to the new fellowship. He held the first services in his living room in the new parsonage on December 2, 1962. Fifty-four people became the charter members of a new Methodist Church in Northglenn on Sunday, January 6, 1963. Services were held in a portable sanctuary on the vacant lot; Warren, Grant Avenue, Park Hill and Christ Methodist Churches donated hymnals; and the pulpit was borrowed from a local mortuary.

In 1964, ground was broken for the first church building at 1551 West 106th Avenue. This building was consecrated on the 16th of May 1965. Also in 1965, Rev. Noble Blackman retired to Northglenn and began assisting in the work of the growing church. In 1967, he was appointed as minister of visitation, a position that he held until his resignation in 1973.

Northglenn has had an interest in education of children since early in their history. In January 1969, a parochial preschool was started with twelve children. This school has subsequently become a state licensed institution with more than one hundred twenty students 18 month to 5 years of age.

The Rocky Mountain Conference transferred Rev. Youngblood in June of 1969, and a new pastor, E. Russell Brown, was appointed to serve Northglenn. The church continued to grow with the leadership of Rev. Brown, and in 1972, ground was broken for a new sanctuary to be located at 1605 West 106th Avenue. Under Rev. Brown’s tenure, we added a church secretary, Frances Haddock, in 1971, and an assistant pastor, Dave Woodward, in 1973.

In 1977, the annual bazaar of the United Methodist Women became a "Festival of Trees," a magical display of one-of-a-kind gifts displayed around Christmas trees with exquisite handmade ornaments, which was an annual celebration until the late 1980’s. A Parent’s Day Out program was started in 1982, for mothers of preschoolers.

The church continued its strong growth through 1980’s with the leadership of Rev. Ron Hodges. Ron saw the expansion of the church building at 1605 W. 106th. This remodeled building was dedicated in 1985. The church changed in many ways at this time. Carol Duffy became church secretary in 1981. We added a Director of Christian Education. And in time, student assistants were also a part of the church programming staff. Rob White ably served us; our first fully trained and experienced Associate Pastor. Part-time positions in Bookkeeping, Finance and Choir Direction also increased the staff during these years.

Most recently, under the capable leadership of Rev. Don Schlichting, the 1605 W. 106th Avenue property was remodeled once again to include a Gathering Room and Bell Tower. The changes made enhanced the properties appearance; made our outlook toward the neighborhood much more hospitable and set the stage for future growth. During his tenure, Dr. Schlichting began the Disciple Bible Studies; started the Stephen Ministries program and encouraged the growth of lay ministries in the church.

The year 2000 saw yet another change for Northglenn United Methodist Church, as the Rocky Mountain Conference announced the appointment of Northglenn’s first woman senior pastor, Rev. Jane Y. Riecke. Pastor Jane, as she is known, brought great enthusiasm and energy to ministries of Northglenn UMC.

In 2007 we welcomed Reverend Jim Harris as our Senior Pastor.

In 2012 NUMC was happy to welcome Reverend Paul Brunner.


All the members of the congregation

Senior Pastor

Reverend Paul Brunner

Office Hours

Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

phone:  (303) 452-5120

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1605 W. 106th Avenue -  Northglenn, Colorado 80234

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Northglenn United Methodist Church


Bethany Greiner is the Youth and Children's Ministry Director at Northglenn United Methodist Church.  She has been helping out with the youth group and Sunday School programs at NUMC for several years.  She has really enjoyed getting to know the children, youth, and their families.  Bethany has loved working in all the areas of our Children's Ministry including VBS, teaching Sunday School, and helping out with Craft Days and many of our other programs for children.  She also loves working with our very active youth group for pre-teens and teenagers.  Bethany attended both the University of Northern Colorado and Metropolitan State College for a double bachelors and has a license in Elementary Education.  She enjoyed 6 years of teaching at local elementary schools before taking on her position at NUMC.  In her position at NUMC, she has been able to combine her love of Christ and teaching, while working with the children and young people of the church.  She first starting attending NUMC as a newlywed with her husband and has really cherished the love and support she has found here as their family has grown to include 4 daughters over the years.  NUMC has been a wonderful place to grow and get support and she looks forward to many more years here!