What does community look like at Front Range?
Authentic Community is one of our core values, and it can take many shapes and forms, but our heart is to create a place where people can build relationships, grow in spiritual maturity and be used by God to impact others. We 3 options to get involved in community at Front Range:
- Community Groups: These are groups of people (usually 3-20) who meet together on a regular basis (weekly or bi-weekly) to talk about life, God and everything in between.
- Community Class: A class is a group of people that meet for a set period of time to discuss a particular subject. These groups may meet for 2 weeks or 8 weeks or anything in between, with the focus on a particular subject like prayer, studying God’s Word, the basics of Christianity, etc.
- Community Intensive: An intensive is a group of people that meet for a one to three day timeframe to focus on a subject in a more in-depth setting. These community intensives might be a women’s retreat, a marriage conference, or retreats or trainings on specific subjects.
If you want to see a list of currently active groups and make contact with a leader, check out this page. On that page, you can click a group you're interested in and email a leader directly to begin attending.