Sometimes it is hard to apply the Bible to our everyday life. That’s why we’re excited about launching a new program that will make it easy to apply what Jesus describes as the second greatest commandment – loving your neighbor.
We are excited to share an incredible opportunity for our church body to flourish together by partnering with local Muslim families in welcoming new refugees to our city.
Church is first and foremost a spiritual thing. But we all know that in our world a church also exists as an organization. And like any organization, we have to make wise decisions about a whole host of practical things like spending money.
We’re really big on small groups at Pulpit Rock. They are the ideal place to find community. To be known. To grow. To be cared for. To serve and be served. That’s why we’re excited to tell you about some new communities starting at Pulpit Rock!
In today’s society, most boys never learn how to do away with childish things. They eventually become a boy stuck in a man’s body. I am excited to be starting a new study for young men in our community.
We want Pulpit Rock to be a place where college students find it easy to connect, grow and serve. We desire to create even more opportunities for students to connect, find community and grow here within our existing church body.
Our friendships with each other are central to everything we do here at Pulpit Rock. Loving each other flows through everything we do because we value making the world a less lonely place.
You’ve heard Adam’s gift of music on Sundays. Now hear the story and inspiration behind the music.
This past week I got to see our Pulpit Rock Ask a Moms in action at UCCS. These ladies visit the campus about twice a month to hand out snacks, love, and mom advice to any student that is interested.
It’s Black Friday. If you’re reading this, it’s probably safe to assume you’ve opted out of the usual Black Friday Christmas shopping frenzy. And if that’s true, then you’ll be excited to read this post about our Holiday Pop Up Shop!