The first thing to know about who we are is that we're not all alike. We come from a variety of backgrounds and faith experiences. We cover a broad spectrum of vocations, generations, educational levels, musical tastes, socio-economic situations, and political affiliations. Some of us grew up in the Church and some of us are still learning what it means to be a follower of Jesus -- or a Presbyterian for that matter. We don't come out of the same mold, that's for sure. There are some pretty important similarities among us, however. We are all certain that we have a lot to learn about what it means to Follow Christ and Share His Word. We all hope to extend God's grace and Kingdom in tangible ways. Together, we rely on God to speak to us through His Holy Word and by His Holy Spirit. And we try to maintain a high view of scripture while reading it through the lens of Jesus Christ -- who was full of grace and truth. Speaking of Jesus, it is Christ who holds us together.
Living on the Western Slope of Colorado means we're fairly laid back -- although we are familiar with and embrace our heritage as Presbyterians. We like to laugh and worship -- and often laugh in worship. We like the fact that God is constantly pushing us back into the community and world to serve in His name. And we like seeing each other at church and in our everyday lives.
What we'd really like is for you to come and see for yourself and give us your own feedback. We'd love to hear from you and get to know who you are, too.
FPC is also a member of the Fellowship of Presbyterians. For more information about this movement, please click the link below: fellowship-pres.org