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It all started with a Dream

We are a community of resilient people whose lives have been redeemed by God’s love, who share that love with others to transform and restore broken lives to wholeness.

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Mistakes Don't Define Us

Mistakes don’t define us. Instead, they can be defining moments that lead to a new life. But when you’re alone and the odds are against you, it’s almost impossible to rebuild your life.

Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.

Proverbs 13:12

Life sometimes gives you a second chance

Maya Angelou

We started the Denver Dream Center to bring hope to the hopeless. We’re here to rescue people, rebuild lives, and restore dreams.

We connect broken people to a community of support by providing free resources and services that address immediate and long-term needs in the areas of homelessness, hunger, poverty, addiction, abuse, and education and assisting those transitioning from various levels of incarceration.

We believe in the transformative power of hope for individuals, communities, and us all.  

Our founding story has humble beginnings with big heart. When Bryan Sederwall—affectionately known as “Pastor B” in the city—moved to Denver in 2006, he saw hope where others saw defeat and desperation. Over the next decade, he worked with gang members, ex-offenders, and inmates.

Realizing that real change also starts with youth and families, he established the Denver Dream Center in 2014 to bring wrap-around services, pro-social events, and crisis intervention services to share love and effective support with those who need it most.

By 2020, the Denver Dream Center was steadily growing when the pandemic hit. In crisis, we saw an opportunity to serve at a higher level.

During the COVID crisis, we distributed nearly 4 million pounds of food to over 300,000 people and grew to a staff of 16, including XX former clients who embrace and fulfill our mission daily. We’ve also grown our connections to the community, through our close ties to the mayor, police department, and the Broncos, Rockies, and Nuggets who have embraced our role as change agents for Denver.  

Now it’s time to take our growth to the same level as our drive to serve. It’s time to secure a location that gives us a stronghold to do more for and in Denver, that will expand our space and capacity to help. We’re already reaching 50,000 people annually, but the need is ever greater. 

While it’s a big leap for us, we’re ready. And we’re invested in Denver, in those who need us the most—for nearly a decade, we’ve put every dollar we’ve raised back into people. Now we’re asking Denver to invest in us, to help grow our mission of bringing hope to the hopeless.

Our Values

These values guide our every step and speak to the immediacy and flexibility required to pursue God’s Kingdom in the inner-city.

#1

Everything is an experiment

#2

Pick a fight

#3

Pray like it depends on God and work like it depends on you

#4

Playing it safe is too risky

#5

You can never out-give God

#6

Expect the unexpected

#7

Love people when the least expect it and least deserve it

#8

Go the extra mile

#9

It's never too late to be who you might have been

#10

A church that stats in its four walls isn't a church at all

#11

Be known by what we are for and not against

#12

Be willing to live life interrupted

What we stand for

our vision

To Bring Hope to the Hopeless

our mission

Rescue People, Rebuild Lives, Restore Dreams

a humble beginning

Meet Pastor B.

Our founding story has humble beginnings with big heart. When Bryan Sederwall—affectionately known as “Pastor B” in the city—moved to Denver in 2006, he saw hope where others saw defeat and desperation. Over the next decade, he worked with gang members, ex-offenders, and inmates.

Realizing that real change also starts with youth and families, he established the Denver Dream Center in 2014 to bring wrap-around services, pro-social events, and crisis intervention services to share love and effective support with those who need it most. 

By 2020, the Denver Dream Center was steadily growing when the pandemic hit. In crisis, we saw an opportunity to serve at a higher level. During the COVID crisis, we distributed nearly 4 million pounds of food to over 300,000 people and grew to a staff of 16, including XX former clients who embrace and fulfill our mission daily.

We’ve also grown our connections to the community, through our close ties to the mayor, police department, and the Broncos, Rockies, and Nuggets who have embraced our role as change agents for Denver.  

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