Welcome Child Orphan Ministry

We are passionate about advocating for at-risk children, youth and families and standing in the gap with foster, adoptive and kinship families.

There are so many children and teens living in our community without the covering of a family. Find out how to live "BEYOND ME" by helping stand in the gap for them.

Join us for Orphan Care Weekend Nov 2&3 featuring guest speaker Jason Johnson at our Fort Collins campus.

Orphan Care Next Steps Dinner

Catered by Texas Roadhouse

Sunday November 10, 6:00 pm in the East Auditorium

Join is to hear from leaders and families in our community to learn how you can take your next step to make a real difference for at-risk and hurting children, youth, and families in our community.

Learn more about opportunities to serve through Timberline's Welcome Child, Royal Family KIDS, Colorado Kids Belong, Larimer County Foster Care, and Realities for Children's KindConnect.

Everyone can do something!

RSVP below by November 6th

Childcare provided with pre-registration (please see registration below)

Welcome Child Support Group

Foster, Adoptive, and Kinship Families

Encouragement and support for Foster, Kin, and Adoptive families. Meets the third Sunday of the month at 6:00 pm, room 210.

Orphan Care Partners:

Finally Home

Training and encouraging foster, kinship and adoptive families since 2008 as they provide a safe and loving home where wounded children can heal.

America's Kids Belong

Mobilizing government, faith-based, business and creative leaders around the goal of permanency and belonging for every child.


Christ-centered ministry to redeem vulnerable children and families through compassion in action by providing services and resources that help churches and others redeem vulnerable children and families.

House of Hope

Providing trauma informed care to children who are alone and suffering in Guatemala with a significant focus on equipping and educating nationals to provide the love and care that these children need.

Orphan Care Projects:

Empowered to Connect Simulcast Conferences
Every April we offer an opportunity for Foster or Adoptive parents and the professionals who work with children and youth from hard places the opportunity to be encouraged and supported through learning biblically based and results-based Trust-Based-Relational-Intervention. If you're a foster or adoptive parent, you will not want to miss this opportunity! http://empoweredtoconnect.org/conferences/

A Backpack of My Own
Every May we offer Timberline Church attendees the opportunity to support foster and adoptive families and kids by filling a backpack for back-to-school.

May is National Foster Care Month
Each May we reach out to our local Department of Human Services in Larimer County and Weld County to express our appreciation and support for the work that they do for families and children in our community. Contact WeGo@timberlinechurch.org for more information.

Foster, Adoptive and Kinship Support Group
We offer a Support Group for parents. Contact WeGo@timberlinechurch.org for more information.

Family Encouragement and Support
Throughout the year, we reach out to meet needs of our foster, adoptive and kinship Timberline families. One way that we do this is by mailing out a card with a little something to express God's love for them. We want to be available for you. If you're a foster, adoptive or kinship family and you need some encouragement or support, or if you are new to fostering or adoption, we want to know about it! Contact WeGo@timberlinechurch.org.

November is National Adoption Month
Join us for Timberline's Orphan Care Weekend scheduled for November 17/18. This year's emphasis will be Royal Family Kids Camp and other ways to serve!

Welcome Child Volunteers
Please contact WeGo@timberlinechurch.org if you are interested in volunteering with this ministry.

Welcome Child Resource Library
Check out a book or resource. Contact WeGo@timberlinechurch.org.

21 Books in our Library Adoptive Parents Need to Succeed:

Adopted for Life

Adopting a Toddler

Becoming Home

Beneath the Mask

Called to Adoption

Cast Away Kid

Confessions of an Adoptive Parent

Culture Keeping

Drama Free Discipline

Fostering Adolescents

Parenting Adopted Adolescents

Parenting the Hurt Child

Praying Through Your Adoption

Questions Adoptees Are Asking

Roots, Wings, and Other Things

The Adoption Network

The Connected Child

The Whole Brain Child

The Whole Life Adoption Book

Thriving as an Adoptive Family

Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish

Whoever welcomes a little child like this in my name, welcomes me.

Matthew 18:5