PRiSM Passover Seder

March 22, 2023

PRiSM will be celebrating a Christian Passover Seder 56 | SUNDAY, APRIL 2nd 78/ HS | WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5th Passover is one of the oldest and most traditional Jewish holidays.  The word Seder means “order” because the meal and storytelling are done in a progression. This blend of tradition and innovation conforms to the purpose … Read more

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78 Winter Camp 2023

March 1, 2023

Winter Camp 78   “It is always a privilege and pleasure to see God work, but there is something extra special about seeing His Spirit awaken the hearts of young people.  A couple of weeks ago some of our team took a group of 7th and 8th graders to Snowbound, a winter camp with 8 … Read more

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Partnering with CCU!

May 17, 2021

CCU is partnering with Pulpit Rock Church to offer a discounted tuition to anyone within our church family! Here are the details…

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Black & White Expressions

April 15, 2021

What are the masterpieces you’ve seen on the walls outside of the Sanctuary?

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Do Something

March 4, 2021

Thank you, 56 students, for inspiring us all to actually do something about the injustices we see!

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Replacing Fear With Excitement

September 8, 2020

There is SO MUCH potential for PRiSM this Fall. And we can’t wait! Here’s what’s happening.

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Teachers, staff and parents spending a day in a classroom learning to identify mental health issues.

Training our community to address youth mental health.

March 17, 2020

Recently, Pulpit Rock collaborated with Education for a Lifetime and Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention to provide at no-cost the Youth Mental Health First Aid training to 150 staff members of Doherty High School. Your generous giving to the Christmas Offering made this happen!

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What Blockbuster got wrong and how that informs our approach to student ministry.

February 27, 2020

You may have noticed we do things a little differently at Pulpit Rock regarding student programs – we don’t host a separate program for students on Sundays when the rest of our church family is meeting together in the main services. There’s an important reason for this.

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Serving Jesus with Splatter Paint

February 11, 2020

I think that it’s very important to serve at church. You have a different way to worship God instead of your typical singing and prayer. I believe that God does see my gift to create just as important as other service projects. Even if I’m not stopping something like world hunger I can still make people happy with my art.

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Snowbound 2020: A Recap

February 3, 2020

What do you get when you combine 500 middle school students and caring, Christ following, adults, with snow capped mountain backdrops, with ridiculous games, with dynamic worship and relevant preaching? Something crazy fun called Snowbound!

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