Why is the life of Jesus so powerful and distinct? He left no writings, commanded no armies, built no structures and, yet, Jesus remains the most influential person who ever lived.
Whether you’ve been at Summitview since we began in 1984 or you’re checking us out for the very first time, we’re glad you’re here. We hope the information here helps you feel at home.
Because of Jesus, we can love each other, the local church and the city of Fort Collins in ways that aren’t possible on our own.
Jesus meets us where we’re at so that we can find hope, faith and healing in him. That’s good news, no matter where you are or what your struggles are.
That never-ending rabbit hole of YouTube videos is pretty entertaining but it’s not always edifying. Jesus can satisfy your needs better than Charlie the unicorn can, anyway.
It’s easy to feel like an outcast, a stranger. Jesus knows this feeling, too. But his grace is stranger still. He offers an unexpectedly beautiful invitation to experience acceptance through his love.
Join us this Christmas as we search for lasting joy in Jesus’s grace-filled interactions with the ridiculed, unwanted and misunderstood.
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Wassail. Homemade goodies. Carols. A special message about the strange but real way Jesus chose to offer us his love and acceptance. This is our plan for Christmas Eve. Come find your seat at Jesus’s table.
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Beginning the fourth Sunday before Christmas, Advent teaches us to wait expectantly on the Lord—with hope, peace, joy and love. Written by Summitview pastors, our Advent devotional offers daily readings for families, individuals or small groups.
What we believe
Who is he? Why does he matter?
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