I’m not sure where your heart is with our world spinning out a bit, but I do know that we are all feeling the weight of this current season in some way. In times like this we are tempted to fix, control, understand, and numb out. But I’ve been focusing on the word “steadfast.” Our God is steadfast. And we should be too.
The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.
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!
I am so excited to share with you all a new partnership that Pulpit Rock has formed with Panorama Middle School. Our church was asked to join a community team through the new COSILoveYou schools initiative to provide support, encouragement and resources to love on students and teachers at Panorama. Here’s how we’re doing that.
As one of our strategic partners, we give monthly to help Ethiopian Leku Keta church care for more than 30 orphans in their community by providing home based care, schooling and medical help. In addition, the church has been doing some amazing work in their community and recently planted two other churches in the region.
Pulpit Rock, it’s time we celebrate! We have just hit some crazy big, God-sized milestones with our Love Your Neighbor team and bunkbed project. This is what happens when you listen to your hearts. You listen and follow where God is leading you. You are literally the hands and feet of Jesus right here in Colorado Springs.
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.