We are a church that desires to see the joy of Jesus' rule and reign throughout the city of Grand Junction and beyond! The church often gathers as Missional Community in homes, coffee shops, parks or in our downtown building. Contact us to see when we are meeting.
All are invited to our Gathering at Four Winds Coffee & Tea (1235 Bookcliff Ave) on Sunday at 10am. Come for a relaxed atmosphere, deep connections, a focus on Jesus Christ, and a purpose to serve the community!
Missional Communties are spiritual extended families that are impacted by the love of God and choose to generously love others. We realize we are sent as disciples who make disciples (Matthew 28:18-20). The goal of our Missional Communties is to lead others to become the people of God on the mission of God in the world. It is our desire that each person be involved in a Missional Community
Our Missional Communities have chosen to come together for a season of learning together. We meet every 2nd & 4th Sunday, 10am at Four Winds Coffee & Tea. We meet all together and then break into small groups for this time.
We are a church that knows true growth comes through our purposeful pursuit of Jesus Christ and the teaching of God's Word (2 Timothy 3:16). Join us as we discover God's Word together and encourage each other to be Christ-like doers of God's Word. We have what we call DNA (Discover, Nurture, Accountability) groups that meet to study the Bible (Discover), encourage each other in daily life (Nurture), and challenge each other to action (Act). Contact us to get involved in a DNA group!
We have a purpose to love and serve our community well, because we know we have been loved and served so well by our Savior, Jesus Christ (Matthew 20:28). To do this we seek to be intentional in our day to day relationships (family, neighbors, co-workers, and other connections). Our Missional Communities will often serve together, but we also have times where we collectively come together to meet specific needs that impact our city with the love of Christ, seeking the welfare of Grand Junction and beyond! (Jeremiah 29:7) We will often serve together and worship somewhere different in the community on our 5th Sundays, called Shalom Sunday.