Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with thankfulness. (Colossians 2:7 NLT)


Are you running on empty? Feeling like there's got to be more to life? Spiritual growth may be exactly what you're seeking. If you're like most people, you're wondering, "Where do I start?"

Love God


If worship isn't a regular thing in your life, it's one of the best things you can do to start growing spiritually. Worship is a time and place where you can encounter God....doing ordinary things with ordinary people. At God's Grace, worship will help you connect in a way that relates to what happens in your real life on Monday and every other day in your week.

Daily Devotions

Getting into God's word is another way to grow spiritually. Check out daily devotions on our blog, Sunday to Monday. Pastors and staff write some of the devotions, but most come from people just like you -- teachers and accountants, computer nerds and management types, stay-at-home parents and retired people -- who are reading their Bibles, looking for God in the ordinary, and reflecting on what they find. On our blog, you'll also find a link to listen to recent sermons online.

Need Prayer?

Every day people at God's Grace are praying for the joys and concerns of people in our congregation and people who aren't part of our congregation yet. How can we pray for you? Submit a confidential online prayer request right now.

Love People

Faith grows best in the rich soil of community. Find a way to get involved and to build relationships with people who will grow with you.

Join a Small Group

  • Women's Community Bible Study meets monthly on Third Thursdays @ noon.  Contact Andrea for details.
  • Men's Bible Study meets every Friday @ 6:30 am at the Panera Bread at Yosemite & Park Meadows Drive.  Contact Dave Erickson-Pearson for details. 

Join a Team

Serve the World

Faith grows when you put it to work. God's Grace has teams of people serving people in need in the Denver metro area and as far away as Nicaragua. Click here to see how you can get involved in a team.