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!
As Christians, we celebrate the first arrival of a man not from our world … Jesus Christ. Return with us this Advent season, as we put ourselves back in the steps of those first followers of God, watching, waiting, wondering.
This has been an extraordinary week in America. There is a lot of fear and anger. In many ways our nation feels more fragmented and divided than it did a week ago. Setting aside political affiliations for a moment, how do we walk as Christ followers in these days? We pray for our nation and ourselves.
We have been in our new sanctuary for a month. Each week we get to enjoy the newness, the beauty, and the deep rest that follows a time of displacement. However, there’s so much we don’t want to forget. We have so many stories to tell. So we’re sharing them here in an effort not to forget the many great and wonderful things God did for us this year.
I was was recently reminded how many little things – things that I never think about – are needed to keep life smooth and functioning. Things like lightbulbs. Pulpit Rock Church exists to help people journey with God. And we can’t do that without lightbulbs.
As Thomas has been leading us through Ecclesiastes, I have been giving thought to how disruptive discontentment is. I have found when I allow it to take root, it ends up being all consuming. But there is always a path of joy.