WHO IS 

CORBIN

TOBEY-DAVIS?

PROFESSIONAL PURPOSE

 

Corbin’s purpose is to cultivate community spaces rooted in authenticity, creativity, vulnerability, and personal accountability.  

 

He believes that in these spaces, the transformation from Individual to Collective emerges. 

 

By cultivating this shift, the evolution of the collective human consciousness and the healing of our world will emerge.

 

In November of 2019 Corbin left his position as Lead Pastor of Parkview Church to pursue this purpose and the vision of the SPACE was born.

 

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PERSONAL BIO

 

Corbin is a drummer,  a lover of all forms of music, is a “Master of the Playlist”, and an amateur freestyle hip-hop emcee who believes in  the power of a communal cypher.  

 

He loves nature and the healing spaces of the wilderness. He is an avid hiker, skier, and a self-avowed hugger of trees.

 

You can also find Corbin living out his glory days as former collegiate athlete on a local basketball court, or soccer or football field and recounting exaggerated tales of "his glory days" over a craft beer.

 

His kiddos and his rescue dog have learned when Daddy is screaming and yelling during a Denver Broncos game, it’s (usually) not a bad thing.

 

Finally, Corbin is a dreamer who loves nothing more than to imagine worlds of possibilities that do not yet exist.

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FACTOIDS

Born in Denver, CO in 1980

Fifth Generation Coloradan

Graduated from Arapahoe High School in

Littleton, CO in 1998

Earned Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, Philosophy & History from

Doane College in Crete, NE in 2002

Earned Masters of Divinity from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA in 2008

Director for Youth Development at Cole Beacon Neighborhood Center at Cole Middle School in Denver, CO from 2009 - 2011

Pastor of Parkview Congregational Church in Aurora, CO from 2011 - 2019

 

Founder and Executive Director of the ROCK Center 2013 to present

Husband to Laura Tobey-Davis (married 2006) 

Father to Ila Mae (born 2010) and Tate (born 2014)

Corbin (down center) with the youth from the ROCK Center