Thursday, May. 09 /
6pm /
Denver, CO

Is There Hope for Housing in Denver?

Event details

Life in Denver comes with many perks; living close to the mountains, great coffee shops, craft beer establishments, and a wonderful recreational lifestyle. These benefits of living in Denver have contributed to years of record population growth. However, this growth has also contributed to the increasing challenge of limited housing stock and rising home prices. These changes in Denver's housing market make the hope of buying a home and living close to work seem impossible for many workers. 

Is there a role for employers, supervisors, and managers in resolving this challenge on behalf of their workers?

Are there ways that area churches, nonprofits, and creative investment can bring affordability solutions?

What types of state and local policies are being worked on to help with this Colorado crisis? 

Join us as we consider practices that you can implement or advocate for in your workplace, church, and political district.

Individual Ticket

This ticket includes light appetizers and beverages.


Colorado Conversations are relational gatherings that focus on practical themes that integrate our faith and work.


Thursday, May 9th
Happy Hour from 6:00-7:30pm


Mile High Ministries
913 Wyandot St.
Denver, CO 80204


Tickets are $15 and includes food and drink. If you are a monthly partner you can attend for free!


Andrea Peters

Andrea is a residential real estate broker with Remax Synergy in Littleton and is a Littleton City Council Member for District IV. As a native of Colorado and alumni of Colorado State University and Denver Seminary, she brings a long local history to her work in real estate. As part of her council work, Andrea heads up subcommittee work focused on housing affordability. On our panel, she’ll help inform us on the types of state and city policies that are working against rising housing costs.

Brian Gray

Brian is the VP of Formation at Denver Institute. Prior to his time here, he served in pastoral ministry for thirteen years and at Denver Seminary for four years. His vocation includes moving ideas out into life through relationships and conversation–whether that applies to God, work, the Church, or good beer.

Jessica Dominguez

Currently, Jessica serves as the Co-Director of Housing Development at Mile High Ministries. In this role, she provides churches with education and technical assistance through the Abundant Ground program, empowering them to transform underutilized land into affordable housing solutions. Additionally, Jessica is a co-owner of Love Thy Neighbor, a mission-driven real estate group dedicated to resisting displacement and fostering affordable housing opportunities. Her commitment to addressing housing challenges has made her a driving force in creating positive change within communities.