What does it mean to live sent?
At Pulpit Rock, we believe that 100% of us have already been SENT into our neighborhoods, workplaces and city. The greatest invitation we have to follow Jesus is to join God in His mission to bring redemption and beauty to a broken world.
Living as Kingdom people means that missions isn’t just for a few of us, it’s for every adult, student and child. That’s what we mean when we say 100% SENT.
There are lots of ways to live SENT! It might look like joining a serve day, connecting with neighbors, giving generously to God’s work around the world, going on a missions trip, praying, serving at a local school. It might look like something God has uniquely wired and formed in you that we haven’t even thought of yet.
At Pulpit Rock, we have lots of ways to invite you into what God is doing. We also want to coach, resource and help you discover the unique ways that YOU have been SENT so you can step into the fullness of this adventure of following Jesus.
Explore some ways our people are living SENT in Colorado Springs and around the world, and JOIN US!
Love Your Neighbor
Love Your Neighbor Team
The LYN Team builds bunk beds for local children in foster care and under-privileged situations. They also love the community by providing moving help, yard work, home repairs and other various projects.
The Pando Collective
The Pando Collective
Pando exists to network, resource, and launch missional micro expressions of the Kingdom of God. These can be house churches, missional businesses, or ministries to the margins of society.
Did you know that in addition to normal giving (to support the operations and ministry of Pulpit Rock Church) we have special designated accounts where 100% of every dollar goes directly towards work in our city and around the world?
In the past 6 years, we’ve given away over $2M in funds through designated giving! That’s in addition to the $130,000+ we will invest this year alone in partner organizations and missionaries from our annual giving budget.
We have designated accounts connected to our current areas of focus and a designated missions account that you can give to support all year long...
100% of every dollar given for a specific purpose goes directly to that organization or ministry. Our regular budget funds things like admin and staff travel on missional trips, so we can ensure that every dollar makes it to the hands of those we are partnering with!
Stories of your Kingdom impact
Can the Kingdom Disrupt a War? This was the question our church asked last year during our annual Christmas offering. The war in Ukraine was at its worst, and the people of Ukraine needed the hope and healing of God’s kingdom. So how could God’s kingdom disrupt a war, or could it at all? After all, a war involves weapons,…
I had the incredible opportunity to go with a team of women from Pulpit Rock recently to India. Visiting this country has long been on my heart and I’ve been drawn to the stories of the people of India for many years. I never spoke this aloud to anyone, but in my heart, I promised God if there ever was…
Ten years ago, our church offered assistance to those with ‘game changer’ ideas they wanted to pursue. We had a desire to organize a street BBQ event, but it felt somewhat daunting. The offer of financial support provided us with the motivation to move forward with our plan. The attached picture is from our 10th annual BBQ, which took place…
From Bunkbeds to Meals For a number of years, the Love Your Neighbor Bunkbed Team has served families in our community by building bunk beds for foster families, kinship families, and at-risk families who are providing safe places for kids to sleep. This is a ministry that has grown and had so much impact all over Colorado Springs and even…
September 13th | 6:00-8:00 PM | Gathering Place You don’t have to be going with us to India to connect meaningfully with this partnership. We are sponsoring 40 women through our partnership with Tirzah, and we would love to introduce you to them! We have beautiful photos and biographies of each of these women who are directly impacted by Pulpit…
This summer, our students, ranging from 5th to 12th graders, had the opportunity to serve at a different location every Thursday. The goal was to give our students a chance to see what’s happening in our community and how they can be a part of it right now. We want our students to know that putting their faith into action…