MORE Life Community Center

Help for you in times of need

MLCC may closures

The MLCC will be closed on the following Sundays this month:
  • May 5 - Marketplace Collection Weekend
  • May 12 - Closed in observance of Mother's Day
  • May 19 - Open to CCC congregation only; closed to community
  • May 26 - Closed in observance of Memorial Day

The More Life Community Center is about meeting the basic human needs of people while promoting self-sufficiency and maintaining the dignity of those in need. We use resource partnerships with agencies and ministries that are committed to doing the same in order to meet a wide range of needs.


Sundays | 10:30am-12:30pm

 Wednesdays | 10:30am-12:30pm

Closed every first Sunday of the month

Closed every first Sunday of the month


2023 Holiday Closures:
Sun, December 31

Located TO the east of Colorado Community Church

14100 E Jewell Avenue Aurora, CO 80012

Contact us at 720-748-0257 or


The first weekend of each month is MLCC Collection Weekend at CCC! Help us keep the marketplace stocked!

Donations can be received in the CCC lobby June 1st from 4:45pm-6:00pm and June 2nd from 8:45am-12:00pm.

  • Vegetables: Peas, mixed veggies, green beans, corn, carrots, beans, tomatoes
  • Meals: Canned pasta, chili, beef stew
  • Meats: Tuna, chicken, Vienna sausage, spam
  • Canned fruit
  • Soups: tomato, chicken, vegetable, beef, cream
  • Pasta
  • Peanut Butter
  • Rice
  • Flour
  • Noodle soup boxes
  • Macaroni & Cheese
  • Cereal & Oatmeal
  • Flavored rice
  • Hamburger Helper
  • Body Soap/Wash
  • Deodorant
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrushes
  • Paper Towels
  • Toilet Paper
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Baby Wipes
  • Diapers (size 4, 5, 6)
  • $10 gift cards (for purchase of milk and eggs)
  • Soups: tomato, chicken, vegetable, cream, chili
  • Beef stew/pot roast soup
  • Meats: chicken, salmon, beef
  • Tomatoes, tomato sauce, pasta sauce, fruit, mixed vegetables, carrots
  • Rice, flour, cup of noodles/ramen, cereal, oatmeal, Rice a Roni, Hamburger Helper
  • Body soap/wash, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, paper towels, feminine hygiene, toilet paper, baby wipes, diapers, $10 gift cards (for purchase of milk and eggs)



Our non-perishable marketplace is available to anyone in need of food and other dry goods. Our volunteers are trained to make sure that only quality food is available.

The majority of our food comes from donations from Colorado Community Church; however, we are always looking for new resources to stock our marketplace.

If you are interested in hosting a Food Drive at your place of business, school and/or church, please contact us!

Legal Aid

The Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Clinic (JAMLAC) is available at the MORE Life Community Center via in-person and remote appointment. Volunteer legal professionals offer free triage legal consultation for a wide variety of legal matters including, but not limited to:
  • Family Law (divorce, child custody, child support, protection orders)
  • Immigration Matters
  • Bankruptcy
  • General Civil Matters
IMPORTANT: To maximize your time with the attorney, be sure to bring with you any documents concerning your matter. To schedule an appointment fill out the form. Questions? Please contact us.

LifeByte Computer Services

Third Saturday of every month
Drop Off Time: 9am-10am
Pick Up Time: 1:30pm-2pm

Our team of tech volunteers hosts a LifeByte "computer wash and repair" every third Saturday of the month.
We address operating system issues, applications, hardware, internet apps, etc.

Now hosted at our new MLCC location! Bring your computer in to the lobby of the MLCC where you will be checked in by one of our volunteers and your computer needs addressed.

The Lydia Project

The Lydia Project provides "Sewing for Economics" classes throughout the year. Check back here for times and details. Questions? Contact Sheila!


  • Food assistance
  • Health/wellness resources & screenings
  • Housing search support
  • Addiction & relationship recovery
  • Spiritual counseling & support
  • Colorado PEAK Application Assistance
  • Employment search support
  • Personal/family support services
  • Felon-friendly services

Volunteer at the MLCC

Welcome Desk

  • Initial point of contact for MLCC guests
  • Ensure that individuals feel welcome and cared for
  • Provide guidance to individuals through the marketplace shopping experience


  • Prepare and distribute food to families in need
  • Sorting and stacking food on shelves


  • Provide translation for guests
  • Many different languages are needed!


  • Serve as an advocate for guests who come to the MLCC for assistance
  • Assess a guest's needs, and then assist them with resources within the MLCC, CCC, and resource partnerships that will address those needs

Contact the MLCC Team

Ayinde Russell

Doni Richmond