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We are passionate about seeing college students become disciples of Jesus. Students at the University of Colorado are positioned to have a great impact in the world through CU’s global reach.

Our ministry for students at the University of Colorado is called the CU Missional Community. The Well has a Missional Community for college students which meets near campus. The CU Missional Community meets for service, study, and fun. For more information about joining The Well’s CU Missional Community (MC), contact our CU MC Leader - Josh Cook.

The Well works alongside several campus ministries at CU to make disciples and proclaim the gospel. Pastors from The Well have spoken at Navs (Navigators) and CRU (Campus Crusade). We’ve also had students come to The Well from Christian Challenge and The Annex.

The Well church services are on Sundays at 9AM and 11AM. We meet at Casey Middle School, which is less than a mile from the CU campus. The SKIP bus picks up at the University Memorial Center on Sunday mornings at 8:30AM and 10:30AM and drops off within walking distance of Casey Middle School where we meet. Be sure to get off at High St. Contact us for more information.


Josh grew up in California and moved to Colorado in 2008. As a missionary kid, he gave his life to Christ when he was six, though it was through a grace filled community in college where his faith really grew. Through difficult circumstances including depression, it was in college where he began to understand his identity in Christ as a beloved son of God. He graduated with a degree in Biblical Studies, and anticipated finding a career in ministry. However, upon moving to Colorado, he found himself immersed in the cycling culture and made a career in the cycling industry.

Josh and his wife Ashley now live in Boulder where she works as a Registered Nurse and he is the Retail Brand Manager for Pactimo, a cycling apparel company in Denver. They live in South Boulder along with their lovable and friendly dog, China. They enjoy frequent trips to Sweet Cow and Snarfs, sitting on their front porch eating breakfast, chatting with neighbors, and finding ways to get to know and spend time with old and new friends. They are passionate about seeing the gospel thrive and lives changed in this great city.