Megachurch sells property and goes online due to decline in donations

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Pastor Toure Roberts, reported that Potter’s House of Denver has chosen to sell its $12.2 million, 137,000 square foot megachurch in Arapahoe County, Colorado, and go fully online.

According to Roberts, the closure of religious activities by the government caused the church to renounce its physical presence in the Four-Square Mile district. He says Covid-19 has forced every church in America to rethink how best to serve their parishioners and the wider community.

According to Christianity Daily, Roberts revealed that due to the inability to meet and the economic instability of the pandemic, the church, as many other churches in the country have experienced declining donations.

“We decided that the best way forward would be to sell the property, continue our online offering that had proven to be a successful alternative, and maintain our community outreach operations, which includes our bank of food that feeds thousands of families a year,” added Roberts.

In place of the church’s 32-acre property, as well as a 5-acre park, DHI Communities, a real estate developer, plans to build more than 500 duplexes and apartments.

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