Brodie Avenue is under construction between Community Drive and Fish Creek Road. Conditions of the road and closures at Fish Creek and Community Drive change frequently. Scroll down to Latest News for current condition.

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Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies

The Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies is a sacred community formed around Jesus the Christ where we experience God’s presence in our lives and service together.

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We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and strive to be open, accepting, trustworthy, and compassionate demonstrating God’s love, peace, and justice to the world.

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Sunday services at 10:00 a.m. year round. Special services throughout the year.

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Join us for dinner with our Grace and Grub group, attend one of our many Christian education offerings, come to our Sunday services.

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Location

1700 Brodie Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517

The church is on the south side of Brodie Avenue, across from the Estes Park High School.

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Latest News and Announcements

Brodie Avenue Roadwork. Road construction will have significant impact on driving in Estes this summer. Brodie Avenue, which provides access to the church, will be under construction from Community Drive to Fish Creek Road until September. The asphalt paving of Brodie has been removed, leaving a dirt surface. Work is now in progress on the storm sewer at the intersection of Fish Creek and Brodie. This intersection will be closed until approximately July 20th. Access to Brodie Avenue and the church will be limited to the Community Drive end. Both church driveways should be open, but the sewer work will likely force closing of the east driveway when the storm sewer work reaches that point. Look at the signs at whichever intersection may be open. The sign should indicate whether local traffic is permitted. Local traffic includes driving to the church. Go around the barrier and be careful through the construction.

“for in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith.”  Galations 3:26       Children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to enjoy Sunday worship and other activities with their families.  Activity bags for the children are available in the narthex.

Journeys is an adult church school class for faith travelers who are at various points along the Way in their spiritual quest. The Class gathers each Sunday morning at 8:15 in the church library with the one-hour study session beginning at eight-thirty. All faith-traveling persons are welcome to join the journey. Journeys will take a summer break after the July 28th class and will resume on September 15th.

What Is Your Passion? Helping Someone in Need?  Stephen Ministers are Christian men and women trained to provide one-to-one care to people experiencing a difficult time in life. Stephen Ministers come from all walks of life. Their commonality? A passion for bringing Christ’s love and care to people during a time of need. Talk with any of the Stephen Minister Leaders, Chuck Slicker, Donna Cooper, Ginger Wilkinson, or Caroline Smith. Any of us would be glad to answer questions you might have regarding this amazing Ministry.  Check with the church office if you need contact information.

There will be a Special Congregational Meeting immediately following worship on July 28 to vote on a proposal being presented by the Session.

A brief, 15-minute Stephen Ministry presentation will take place in the Fellowship Hall after worship on July 28.

 

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Weekly Bulletin

Service: July 21, 2019 - Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

Preaching: Rev. Michael Moore

Liturgist: Sherry Unruh

Chancel Choir: Let All the Nations Praise the Lord

Organist: Larry Gillum

Greeters: Chuck and Barb Slicker

Fellowship: Chancel Bells

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