Matthew 7:7-8.    “Ask, and it will be given you; search, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened for you. For everyone who asks receives, and everyone who searches finds, and for everyone who knocks, the door will be opened.


In years past a Red Door was sign of welcome to all. In early America a Red Door meant that a home was open to weary travelers to stay and enjoy their shelter, warmth, and hospitality. In the Bible a Red Door means God’s protection. And that’s what Red Door Youth Group seeks to be for the youth of Durango. Anyone can come. All are welcome. There are no tests, or exams, or expectations other than to bring yourself. Red Door is the place of hospitality for all Durango youth.

Right now we’re meeting once a week with students aged middle school through high school on Sunday evenings from 6:00-7:30. At Red Door you can expect the warmth of a good meal (always free and often homemade by one of our volunteers) fun, games, friends, good discussions and the embrace of God’s love for all. If you are, or you know of a student who could use a place and a community like Red Door please join us anytime!

We’re currently discussing five simple habits that might just Surprise The World. A free copy of Michael Frost’s book, Surprise the World, is available to any student who joins us during the series.

The Red Door meets now on Sundays While we search for a new ministry director for Children and Youth, Kristin and Beau Smith have committed to hang out and lead our students on Sundays from 6-7:30. If you need any further information, have ideas or feedback, or just want to catch up, they are available! Email Pastor Beau or Kristin Smith for more information.