At Pulpit Rock
In the City
Serve with our nursery, preschool or elementary aged kids. This is where faith begins.
Serve with PRiSM56, our 5th and 6th grade program, middle school and high school. These students need you in their lives.
Greeters. Ushers. Room set-up. Communion prep. Coffee bar. We make Pulpit Rock the place you wanted when you were new.
Join our worship team and use your gift of music to lead us to Jesus.
Serve behind the scenes with our Tech Team to help produce for Sunday services. We love technologeeee.
Love Your Neighbor Team
Serving single mothers, military families with deployed spouses and foster families by helping with maintenance, repair and construction.
Salvation Army Meals Team
Teams from Pulpit Rock prepare, carry in, and serve dinner for 100-150 hungry men, women and children each month.
COS I Love You
Join the city-wide movement of people who share a passion for loving Colorado Springs.
Ask-a-Mom at UCCS
Join this group of moms who visit UCCS each month offering cookies, hugs and whatever advice students request.
In Your Neighborhood
You're in your neighborhood for a reason. You just have to figure out what that is. And we want to help you do that.
Here are some of our stories...
Our Grove kiddos jumped at the opportunity to use their creativity to make encouraging cards to send to residents and staff at assisted living facilities!
372 miles, 10,000 feet, 4 days, and a lofty goal. This year’s ride will outfit the entire Steamboat Springs Police Department!
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.
Carly Miller spent two and half weeks in Greece serving refugees: “I thought that I knew what I was going to see and hear when we started working with the refugees, but let’s just say I seriously underestimated what I had prepared myself to experience.”
Steve Coe teaches English to refugees in Internally Displaced People camps in Myanmar: “Thomas challenged us to think of what we are doing for God’s kingdom, then ask ourselves, “what more could I be doing?” The situation of the IDP’s in Kachin State literally came to my mind immediately.”
Jeff and Robin Gerke came up with a unique service project to bless kids in foster care and help the kids at our church learn about kindness: “The goal of It’s Going to Be Okay is to help foster kids know that they’re not forgotten and that comfort is available to them.”
Several teams from Pulpit Rock serve meals at the Salvation Army shelter every month: “Our small group wanted to find a way to serve, and providing a meal for Salvation Army fit perfectly. We are able to bring our families to serve and grow together. We have enjoyed doing this for over ten years.”
Klista Bomberger heard of a need in her school and came up with an amazing and super inspiring way to meet it: “I was blown away by the number for families that stepped up and took children off the tree. It is so easy to get caught up in the negativity of the world and forget that God is good and he created goodness, love and kindness.”
The Shipps, Biels and Stermers collaborated on a Saturday morning to connect with their neighbors: “A group of neighbors who have lived here for 30+ years reminiscing about raising their kids here and talking about what activities they used to do together. They were so excited that the torch has been lit to do these things once again, even now that their own kids are grown and gone.”
Rachel Bennett shares about how their Halloween Potato Party created space to connect with people in their neighborhood: “We moved into our home almost 2 years ago. Over this time, we have met a few neighbors but haven’t necessarily felt like a community. We wanted to provide an opportunity to bring people together.