The roots of the Columbine church of Christ extend from Pentecost in 30 AD, when 3000 were immersed into baptism for the foregiveness of their sins and added to the body of Christ (the church of kingdom).
Those same roots extended through the Restoration movement of the 19th century.
The local congregation came into being in the middle 1900's, know as the 18th Street congregation. Later, it divided into two congregations and become known as the 7th Avenue church of Christ. In 1982, the present facilities were purchased and became known as the Columbine church of Christ.