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Grace Talk

We are wrapping up our current study on “Sensing Jesus” and starting a new series called “Grace Talk”. Click below for more details on this life-giving, new study!

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do you do an evening service?
We know people are busy, and often, we jam pack our weekends with events and get-aways as much as we can. Coloradans especially love to go into our gorgeous mountains as much as we can and enjoy the nature God created for us. Add in running our kids from sports event to sports event and the weekends are full!

Even if you are able to make a Sunday morning service, there are so many things on most of our agendas it’s difficult for us to be present and listen to what God is speaking to us. We also don’t have the time to hang around after which doesn’t seem to make church very restful or restoring. We believe it’s important for us to use our weekends and rest; however you find rest for your soul. And we also like not have to choose between the mountains and church. We want to provide a time where after you have enjoyed all you can in the weekend, you can wrap it up and kick start your week in the Word of God and with the church family.

Why do we have the kids in worship with us?

Families don’t get a ton of together time. We have found that both the kids and parents benefit from worshiping together as a family.

For the kids, they get an opportunity to see what their adults are doing. They get to learn how they should worship and what it looks like. Plus, it can be a fun and joyful experience!

For the parents, there is something special about seeing a child shout out the lyrics to the songs. Children are much more surrendered and free during worship than most adults, and they can inspire us to worship and have the faith of a child. It also allows for the parents to have conversations with their children about what the songs mean, why we sing them, etc.

Why do we do Table Talks?
Why do we do table talks? For 2 reasons; first, we do this because we believe we learn best when we are engaged in conversation. After being in youth ministry for 10 years, we observed the learning style that was most common was a, “come learn WITH me” instead of “come teach AT me.” Top colleges and highschools are starting to switch to this format. (This is the format the STEAD high school teaches as well).

Why are people enjoying this format? Because In a learn WITH me environment, we hear each other’s voices, thoughts, and struggles. We get to really dive into the subject so we understand it. and it is the beginning point of creating community and belonging. We know God isn’t afraid of this style, and embraces the challenges and questions. (Isaiah 1:18)

The second reason we do this is because its a great introduction to discipleship. Discipleship, (learning the head, heart, and hands of Christian living), is allowing ourselves to be authentic with others and share our experiences. People are free to discuss the struggles they have theologically, and learn how to really apply the word of God to our day to day lives. Sadly, most Christians have never been discipled, and instead of asking you to join a group on another day in your already busy week, we create space in our service for you to come and see what discipleship is all about.

Why do we do refreshments at the end?
Most churches have coffee and donuts at the beginning. With us being an evening church, it didn’t make sense to have us start this way. So instead we end our time together with food.

The value for us is that when people eat together, conversations happen. That’s why we invite our neighbors over, it’s what most do on first dates, and that’s what we saw Jesus do multiple times in the Bible. Through conversations, we create community, and we create belonging. Our refreshments aren’t usually coffee and donuts, but more snacks or light dinner.

Grace Talk

“Grace” is a word we often hear in church but we don’t have a full understanding of what it means.  We sing about grace, it’s on almost every church building, and everyone talks about it when we first came to faith. But often, we don’t grasp what grace means for the Christian after salvation.  

Many Christians feel they have to earn God’s love and if they make a mistake, they will miss God’s blessing.  Sometimes, they feel God has left them because of a personal tragedy or because they haven’t followed Him in complete obedience. All of these feelings indicate a struggle with knowing what grace means in our daily lives. That’s not the life God intends for His people.

Join us Sunday evenings as we take a closer look of what Grace is, what it’s not, and how it impacts our walk with Jesus.

Who is this for?

Anyone and everyone. You don’t need to have any Bible knowledge and if you enjoy talking things out with others, you’re going to love this.

When do you meet?

Sundays from 10:00 am to 11:30 am

Are there refreshments?

Yes! there will be light refreshments (some gluten and dairy-free options) plus coffee and other drinks to get you through the night

Is there child care?

Yes! Reunion Kids has programming for children from potty-trained to 6th grade. Please register your kids with KidCheck (our secure, check-in system) by clicking the button below.

For more details about our children’s ministry, click here to check out our Reunion Kids page.

I want to join, what’s my next step?

Fill out the registration form below so we can prepare accordingly (people get hangry, and running out of coffee is even worse)! If you have kids, please click the button above to register them on our KidCheck system.

Register for Grace Talk

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Dates: Sunday

Location: The STEAD School
18251 Homestead Trail, Commerce City, CO 80022

What time: 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Easter Service 4/9 at 10:00am. Easter egg hunt after service.