Fridays, 7 p.m.
NO SERVICE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Our Friday night service is for the young—college students, 20-somethings—and the young at heart—married couples, 30-somethings. Through a meal before the service, immersive music and the radical truths of the Bible, we get to rest in the peace that only Jesus offers.
1601 West Drake
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Everyone parks in the south lot, behind our building.
Before the service, we gather for a meal, coffee and games to help you feel at home.
What to Expect on Fridays
While anyone is welcome to attend, our Friday service is primarily for those with a high-paced and active lifestyle—college students, international students, and single and married professionals. Fort Collins is full of people living very mobile lives, often without strong family ties, yet with a desire for authentic connection in a Christ-anchored community. We aim to support this connection with a relational environment coupled with sermons on topics such as friendship, emotional health, marriage and sexuality, school and career, all while pointing people to the trustworthiness of Jesus as Lord.
There is lots of time on either side of the actual service to get to know others and build relationships. Food and coffee served in a comfortable space, group activities and even sporting events will be available from 5:30 p.m. until the service begins at 7 p.m. The service is an hour long, after which there will be plenty of time to get more coffee, pull out a board game or sit with someone from another country and learn about their culture while they practice English.
We do not offer childcare at our Friday service. Kids may attend, but keep in mind that sermons intended for young adults may not always be appropriate for young ears. Our primary gathering for children is the Sunday morning service, and we invite those of you with young children to make your primary connection there.
Our hope is that if you attend the Friday service, you’d also attend on Sunday, but there is no requirement to do so. Friday sermons will lean toward gospel-centered exploration of relevant issues facing younger generations, and Sundays will generally focus on exposition of specific biblical texts. We hope that Fridays facilitate profound transformation, and that Sundays offer profound deepening.