Who We Are
The Nederland Community Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA), which adheres to traditional Reformed Christian values and beliefs.
We appreciate diversity, and we treasure openness to new ideas of what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ in our time. For us, a fellowship is alive where people are free to live in genuine openness to God and to each other.
Following the example of our Lord, as his disciples we strive to be an inclusive congregation. We celebrate our common faith and welcome people of every race, color, gender, age and life situation.
Our emphasis is on caring, accepting, and tolerance; not judging. We speak of our church as a “family” and believe that before anything else that may seek to divide us, we are brothers and sisters in Christ.
To learn more about the Presbyterian family of churches click here: PCUSA
“NCPC offers worship, study,
fellowship and service opportunities for the church community”
To the glory of God and in response to the great commission of Christ, our mission is to provide open doors to a spiritual and physical home as we invite, support, serve, educate and train disciples for Jesus Christ to serve in God's world.
Community Visioning Every Thursday
Community Visioning every Thursday at Salto's at 9am. Come and bring your ideas of what NCPC can provide to our community!
(Note change of location)
Vacation Bible School
seems like a long ways off but Vacation Bible School for the summer of
2013 is just around the corner. NCPC will be hosting this year for the
Nederland Community. With amazing assistance from Highlands Presbytery,
Calvary Chapel and St. Rita's this year, this promises to be an
excellent opportunity for local youth to explore religion. Email me for
information at firstname.lastname@example.org or registration information.
Grades kindergarten through 5th programs available. More to come...
2013 NCPC Annual Cleanup/Fixup
Set aside Saturday, May 18, and plan on helping with the annual cleanup/fixup of our church facilities. We will start at 9:00 am and finish by Noon. Coffee etc. will be available.
We will clean up the grounds and gardens as well as fix up and/or cleanup the buildings.
Let me know if you can help or just show up.
Jim Hubbard, facilities elder, 303-442-0809 or email@example.com
Now that you've visited our website,
come visit us in person
Sunday Morning at 10:00am !
Sunday Morning ~10:00 a.m.
Sunday mornings at 9:55 the 1914 bell in our tower peals, beckoning all within range to come together. These days that range extends miles in every direction. Our Worship, based in our developing understanding of Holy Scripture and expressed in music, begins at 10:00 am. We sing, we pray, we study together. And we spend time getting caught up with one another's busy lives.
Children are welcome, and we love the fun spirit they add to our times together. They can join with adults in full worship before breaking into their own special time, or they can go directly to be with other children. A nursery is available for small children.
(What does ~10:00 a.m. mean? It means we're on Mountain Time!)
We are a congregation of . . .
| Open and welcoming doors|
| Open and growing minds|
| Open and faithful hearts|
Location and Contact Information
Gary Ennor, Transition Team Lead
303 258 3579 message
Gary Ennor 303.258.1418
Frank Lutz 303.258.3849mail
PO Box 467, Nederland CO 80466
210 N Jefferson St
At the traffic circle, go west on Highway 72 (toward Estes Park).
The church is located one block beyond the circle, behind the Mining Museum (here's a map).
We're in the middle of the Town of Nederland, Colorado, a mile and a half above sea level and six miles from the continental divide. The town has 1300 people living in it; the surrounding mountain community, where many of us live, has several thousand more.
Not to mention deer, elk, moose, fox, bears and beavers, birds of every color and size, and trout running wild in our bubbling streams.