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When we launched in 1996, we stated that we were seeking to reach the "burned, bored, and by-passed" with the life changing message of Jesus. We are not about religion and rules, but we are about following Him. Our prayer is that wherever you are on your journey with God, you would feel valued and accepted here.

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PURPOSE / VALUES

BREAKING BARRIERS

ANYTHING SHORT OF SIN

We will get creative and try anything short of sin to reach people far from God—as many as possible (2 Peter 3:9; 1 Corinthians 9:19-23)

BELONG BEFORE BELIEVE

Just come as you are and hangout with Jesus and his people (John 1:38-39; 43-46)

BUILDING BRIDGES

FOUND PEOPLE FIND PEOPLE

The most natural and effective way the church grows is when people invite their friends to “come and see” (John 1:46; 4:29, 39-42)

AUTHENTIC COMMUNITY

The church is not a program, but a family where you can find love, acceptance, forgiveness, and deep-level friendship (John 13:34-35; Acts 2:42-47)

BRINGING HOPE

MAIN THING IS THE MAIN THING

The gospel of grace through the finished work of Jesus is the central message of Scripture and Grace Place  (Romans 1:16-17; Ephesians 2:8-9)

SAVED PEOPLE SERVE PEOPLE

Our response to the gospel of grace is to give our time, talent, and treasure to worship Jesus and serve others in love (Mark 10:45; Galatians 5:13)

Grace Place affirms the Statement of Faith as adopted by the National Association of Evangelicals and the affirmations of the Evangelical Covenant Church.

 
 

Clay Peck

Lead Pastor

Pastor Clay is committed to communicating the unchanging gospel of God’s grace in fresh and relevant ways.  He is the founding and Lead Pastor of Grace Place which launched September 14, 1996. In 2011, Clay completed the Doctor of Ministry degree through Denver Seminary.

Clay grew up in Colorado before meeting and marrying his wife Selene in college. They have a son, Landon, and daughter, Julia. Clay enjoys dating his wife, spending time with his children, learning, traveling, adventure, motorcycles, and enjoying God’s creation-especially in the Colorado mountains.

OUR STAFF

Executive Pastor
Pastor of Adult Ministries
Connections Pastor
Worship and Creative Arts Pastor
Youth Pastor
Children's Director
Communications Manager
Executive Admin
Youth Support
Storyteller / Videographer
Production Manager
Children's Volunteer Coordinator
Children's Assistant
Receptionist
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Frequently asked questions

I'm new to Grace Place, how can I get connected?


Welcome! Our pastors would love to connect with you. Text the word welcome to 970-800-2421 to hear more about taking some next steps.




Does your church have membership?


We don't have membership cards. Rather than membership, we find that people who own the vision of Grace Place will embrace what we embrace. If you're into doing life together, serving together, and growing together, then consider yourself one of us!




I'm LGBTQ, can I come?


Yes! We think you'll find that we're not a community that throws stones. We choose to love first and condemn never as we all work to apply biblical authority in our lives. So it's our hope that you feel welcome and comfortable when you step through our doors.




What should I expect on Sunday morning?


Sunday mornings around here are energetic and fun! We love new faces and we love community! Come as you are to enjoy Biblical teaching that is fresh and relevant. We love the next generation, so we believe in quality programing for children of all ages. These programs teach Biblical truths in a way that children can both understand and love! Our music is big because we sing about a big God. It'll be upbeat and probably louder than you expect, but earplugs are available at the doors. You'll hear a few worship songs during the service so feel free to sing along or participate however you feel most comfortable. Lyrics will be on the screens.




What time should I show up?


We recommend getting here about 10 minutes early to find a seat. If you have kids, allow a little more time to check them in.




What should I wear?


We don't have a dress code, and invite you to come as you are! If you're in jeans, a hat, or an old beer shirt, you'll fit right in. We're worried less about how you are dressed, and more about how we can make you feel welcome here!