First time at Front Range?
Don’t want to go alone?
Or maybe you’ve been a few times but you’d like to ask a few questions, tour the property, or connect with some staff and leaders?
Plan your visit now and we will:
meet you at the front door
introduce you around
help you get your kids checked in to Front Range Kids
give you a tour of the church
give you a gift just to say thanks for coming
So plan your visit right now. We can’t wait to meet you.
We know that visiting a church for the first time can be intimidating so we want to do the best we can to give you all of the information ahead of time. If there is anything you need any more information about or any questions we can answer for you, please feel free to contact us.
Front Range exists to help people build community, discover purpose, and grow their faith in Jesus. At Front Range, you can expect a fun and inspiring worship experience. With friendly people ready to serve you, coffee and snacks, music, and a laid back atmosphere, you should feel right at home from the moment you step into the building.
Service Times and Locations
Front Range meets at Douglas County High School every Sunday with two identical services at 9:00am and 10:45am.
What Should I Wear?
We’re more concerned with meeting your real life needs than with what you wear. Most people dress in casual weekend attire, so dress how you feel comfortable and you’ll fit right in.
What’s available for my kids?
We have an excellent kid’s experience at Front Range. Our trained volunteers make sure that kids have an exciting and fun experience learning about God and Biblical values.
How Long is the Service?
Our services last about 65 minutes and contain music and teaching from the Bible that will apply directly to your life.
Creative and relevant teaching is a priority at Front Range. One of our teaching pastors will guide you through the practical and timeless truths from the Bible with humor and sincerity. We hope you find the teaching inspiring and applicable to your everyday life.This is where you can put the body of the section.
At Front Range, we believe that God not only speaks to us, but expects us to act on what He says. We try to make room for this to take place during our worship experiences through what we call, “response time.” Response time takes place after the message is preached and offers a few different opportunities for you and I to ask “What is God saying to me?” and “What am I going to do about it?” We have several different response “stations,” including crosses, communion, our prayer team, and offering boxes.
One of our main goals for every Sunday service is for people to be able to connect with God and with each other. We invite you to fill out the Connect Card, which is our way of getting to know you, what kind of needs you might have, and how we can serve you better. Please stop by and talk to our Next Steps team in the lobby to find out more ways to connect with others. You can also visit Frontrange.Info to see upcoming events and ways to get connected.