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Winter Park Christian Church

274 Ponderosa Trl, Tabernash, CO 80478
http://winterparkchristianchurch.or...
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(970) 887-9784
 
Vision: Winter Park Christian Church is committed to knowing Christ and making Him known to others.We exist to: Worship the Lord and celebrate His presence. Proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ. Consecrate our lives to Him through obedience to His W...read more
Vision: Winter Park Christian Church is committed to knowing Christ and making Him known to others.We exist to: Worship the Lord and celebrate His presence. Proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ. Consecrate our lives to Him through obedience to His Word. Commit ourselves to His service in the world. Mission: The church has been involved in the work in Mexico for many years, helping Christians in various ways. We support a national pastor, Mario Pinales, in Astribo. Our link to Mexico has been Pastor Lloyd Apodaca from Denver, who makes several trips a year to Mexico. About Us: In the summer of 1983, several people from Living Word Christian Fellowship (LWCF) in Grand Lake laid hands on a certain building in Fraser, after praying for two years that God would allow them to use it as a church. At the same time, the owner of the building who, unbeknownst to LWCF people, had recently become a Christian, was in Israel, trying to chase down God, and praying that He would use something he had. And so it happened that Don McDavid gave permission to use his former ski shop (later the Alpine Physical Therapy building) as a church. On the Sunday before Don headed for a Bible school, LWCF started church services in Fraser. In the mornings LWCF had a service in Grand Lake, and in the evenings they came to this end of the valley to hold a meeting. Of the first regular members, the Newberrys and the Tompkins are still here. Many families from LWCF came to support the work here for a while. In time, other people joined, like the Fells. Some others like Fred and Elizabeth Menard, "Big John" Brunton and his family have already moved on. The attendance was 25-40 at the beginning, dwindling down to half a dozen at times.
 
 

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Churches

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  • Christian, Christian School, Faith-Based School, Non Denominational, Public School

Products & Services

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  • A Christ Centered & Classical Education
  • Awana for 3 Years To 9th Grade
  • Bible Studies
  • Life Groups
  • Men'S & Women's Meetings
  • More
  • Nursery Provided at All Services
  • Prayer Groups
  • Saturday Worship 6:00PM
  • Spanish Church Worship 4:00PM
  • Sunday Worship 8:30Am & 10:30AM
  • Youth Groups
  • Less
 

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Vision: Winter Park Christian Church is committed to knowing Christ and making Him known to others.We exist to: Worship the Lord and celebrate His presence. Proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ. Consecrate our lives to Him through obedience to His Word. Commit ourselves to His service in the world. Mission: The church has been involved in the work in Mexico for many years, helping Christians in various ways. We support a national pastor, Mario Pinales, in Astribo. Our link to Mexico has been Pastor Lloyd Apodaca from Denver, who makes several trips a year to Mexico. About Us: In the summer of 1983, several people from Living Word Christian Fellowship (LWCF) in Grand Lake laid hands on a certain building in Fraser, after praying for two years that God would allow them to use it as a church. At the same time, the owner of the building who, unbeknownst to LWCF people, had recently become a Christian, was in Israel, trying to chase down God, and praying that He would use something he had. And so it happened that Don McDavid gave permission to use his former ski shop (later the Alpine Physical Therapy building) as a church. On the Sunday before Don headed for a Bible school, LWCF started church services in Fraser. In the mornings LWCF had a service in Grand Lake, and in the evenings they came to this end of the valley to hold a meeting. Of the first regular members, the Newberrys and the Tompkins are still here. Many families from LWCF came to support the work here for a while. In time, other people joined, like the Fells. Some others like Fred and Elizabeth Menard, "Big John" Brunton and his family have already moved on. The attendance was 25-40 at the beginning, dwindling down to half a dozen at times.