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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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Worship With Us

Sunday services at 10:00 a.m. year round. Sunday morning prayer service at 8:00 a.m. in summer. 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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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

Hanging of the Greens — The PCCR Community is invited to participate in our annual Hanging of the Greens being held on Sunday, December 2 at 4:00 p.m.  We will Deck the Hallsand then share a chili supper afterwards.

Read the Letters from Malawi — Carol Nussbaumer’s delightful letters describing their daily experiences in Malawi are posted on the Mission board and can also be read by clicking on VIEW MORE NEWS, below.

Journeys is an adult church school class for faith travelers who are at various points along the Way in their quest for spiritual maturity.  Each Sunday, in the church library, partners gather at 8:15 a.m. and begin their study session together at 8:30.  Our resolve is to keep on seeking a meaningful faith for this time in our lives.  New participants are welcome.

Coffee Fellowship — Join us in the Fellowship Hall before church at 9:00 a.m. and afterwards at 11:00 a.m.  All are welcome!

Add Your Voice to the program to vision the church for the future. There are two large bulletin boards posted in Fellowship Hall. These show the product from the October 21st workshop, where participants first listed the activities of the church under several themes, then identified a number of external forces that have and will impact on the future of the church. Please add your thoughts to both of these boards by writing your version of activities and external forces on yellow stick notes and posting them. Everybody’s opinion is important here.




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Weekly Bulletin

Service: November 11, 2018 - Twenty-Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

Preaching: Rev. Michael Moore

Liturgist: Dan Scace

Chancel Choir: Chancel Bells - Air with Holy, Holy, Holy

Organist: Larry Gillum

Greeters: Marilyn Vergoth and Bev Henderson

Fellowship: Scrapbook / Card Making

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