Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Everyone Is Invited!

Come give thanks and have some pie, as churches of the Elizabeth community gather together on Thanksgiving Eve.

The whole community is invited for a Thanksgiving Eve worship service and pie fest
beginning at 7 pm. The event will be held at Creekside Community Church,
36100 County Road 13 in Elizabeth.

The event is sponsored not only by Creekside, but also by Elizabeth Presbyterian,
Elizabeth United Methodist, and Peace in Christ Episcopal-Lutheran churches.

Bring a pie to share if you can. But if you can't, come anyway! There will be plenty for all.
Most importantly, come and join us in giving thanks to God for his bountiful blessings
 and his provision for our needs. God is good all the time.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

David & Teesha Show Fills High School Auditorium.

"An incredible entertainment experience. An unforgettable 
life-changing message."

Thousands have been impacted by this unique and creative way of presenting 
the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

Since 2002, the internationally recognized illusionists, David and Teesha Laflin have entertained and inspired audiences all across the Unites States and in several foreign countries through their creative blend of both classic and cutting-edge illusions. 

The Elbert County Pastors Coalition brought the show to Elizabeth High School on August 11 at 4:00 pm. Families and children of all ages enjoyed this great show of illusions with plenty of audience participation and laughter.

The high-energy, fast-paced show always captivates audiences. But David and Teesha are quick to point out that everything they do is simply an illusion. "Only God can do real miracles," says David. Through their illusions, the reality of God's love is revealed in a way that really connects with teens and young children – and adults, too! The couple's only goal is to bring families together for an experience they will never forget. An experience that may just change their lives forever. 

The Elbert County Pastors Coalition consists of pastors from Elizabeth Presbyterian Church, Creekside Community Church, Elizabeth United Methodists Church, and Peace in Christ Episcopal-Lutheran Ministry. 

To learn more about David and Teesha, visit

Friday, June 14, 2013

EPC folks enjoy another great day at the ball park.


Every year a bunch of us head down to Coors Field for Faith Day. And on June 29, as usual, it was a hoot!

The Rockies beat the San Francisco Giants. After the game, Dexter Fowler gave his Christian testimony. Then came the blowout concert by Christian rockers, Mercy Me. What a great way to spend a day at the ball park with several thousand Christians.

Almost 30 EPC folks showed up this year -- a new record. Some came for the game, some came for the concert, some came for both. But a good time was had by all.

EPC joins fun at Elizabash


It was a windy Saturday, June 8, on Stampede weekend, and the town was jumping.

EPC had just finished its week of Vacation Bible School and all the kids rode the EPC float in the parade.

Meanwhile, at the EPC booth, volunteers handed out cookies, prayer rocks and informational fliers, and invited passersby to register for two free tickets to Faith Day at the Rockies.

Faith Day, On June 29, features a 2:10 game with the Rockies vs. the San Francisco Giants, followed by a concert by Mercy Me. The lucky ticket winner will be announced soon.

Monday, April 29, 2013

VBS To Be Rip-Roaring Good Time with Jesus

Vacation Bible School is coming June 3 - 7.
Round up your friends and come on down.

"SonWest Roundup," this year's VBS at EPC, is shaping up to be a rip-roaring good time with Jesus. From 9 a.m. till 12:15 each day we'll be playing Rodeo Ring Bible Games, creating Trading Post Crafts, telling Saddle Up Bible Stories and just generally having a Wild-West good time.  So kids in grades K through 6, gather up your friends and come to Elizabeth Presbyterian Church the first week of June.

Parents, click here to register online, or you can reserve your child's place by calling 303-688-4825. Or sign up at the door at 8:50 am June 3rd.

We're located at 325 South Banner Street in Elizabeth.

Friday, April 19, 2013


As a staunch member of the Zimbabwe Mission Partnership, EPC is working hard to promote the partnership's most important fundraising event of the year! All proceeds from the event will benefit the Heather Chimhoga Orphan Care Center in northeastern Zimbabwe, where the organization is now feeding more than 1,000 children every day! 

The Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival, which takes place in Castle Rock, Colorado, is one of the state's premier cycling events. It's great fun, whether you ride as an individual and go for the century mark, or you ride as a family on one of the shorter routes. And when you ride for Team Zimbabwe, you're not only having a great time, you're helping children who have nobody else to help them. 



After you register, the system will automatically generate a fundraising page for you. You could just "donate" the minimum $150 per rider (covers registration fee, t-shirt, BBQ lunch and after-ride entertainment). But the whole idea is to raise as much money as you can! And it's easy.

Once you have your own fundraising page, all you need to do is email the link to all your friends and relatives, and they'll do the rest. They just click on the link and follow instructions to donate in your name online. You can soup up your fundraising page with pictures and all kinds of fun things – even do like one couple did, making their own insane YouTube video to motivate their friends to donate. 



For the individual rider who raises the most money, and for the family that raises the most money, we'll arrange a great summer getaway to Winter Park, with four free nights at the Zephyr Mountain Lodge. 


Even if you don't ride, you can help. If you know anybody who rides, tell them about Team Zimbabwe. And tell them to tell everybody they know. "Like" Team Zimbabwe on FaceBook. Do anything you can to help the cause. Do it for Loveness, a 12-year old orphan who lives with her blind grandmother and tries to take care of her. Do it for the jersey, you'll never see another one like it. Do it for the fun. Do it for the challenge. Do it for Hope. Whatever! But do it!


For more on the Zimbabwe Mission Partnership visit

The Zimbabwe mission Partnership is just one of the ways Elizabeth Presbyterian Church engages in compassionate outreach in its community, the surrounding region and around the globe. For more on the outreach missions of EPC, click here.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Experience Holy Week at EPC

Join us as we seek to make the work of Christ real for our lives.

March 24: Come at 8:30 or 10:30 am.
Experience Christ's arrival in Jerusalem.
Message: Pastor Bruce Spear.
Music: Traditional Choir 8:30, Praise Band 10:30.

March 28: Come at 7:00 pm. 
Discover the humble servant spirit of Christ
in the washing of the feet
and serving of the wine and bread.
Message: Pat Russell
Music: Praise Band.

March 29: Come at 7:00 pm.
Take hold of the reality of his sacrifice
and saving grace, as we nail our sins, cares
and sorrows to the cross.
Message: Pastor Bruce Spear.
Music: Traditional Choir.

March 31: Come at 8:30 or 10:30 am. 
Be with us as we seek to live the victory
and joy of his resurrection together.
Message: Pastor Bruce Spear.
Music: Traditional Choir 8:30, Praise Band 10:30.

Please note: On Holy Saturday, March 30, there will be no Prayer & Communion Service.

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Make a New Year's Resolution

Be a soldier in the army of the Lord!

As we go into the new year, it's time to think about how we can each contribute to God's work. Many of our teams at EPC need help. 
  • Our Communications Team needs a web master. 
  • Our Christian Ed Team needs K-5 Sunday School teachers. 
  • Our Building & Grounds Team needs people to help with maintenance and repair. 
  • Our Youth Ministry needs adult volunteers. 
  • Our Missions Team needs a liaison to the Friends for Youth ministry and a liaison to the Zimbabwe Mission Partnership board. 
  • Our Outreach Team needs help representing EPC in community-wide events. 
  • Our Seniors and Family Life Ministries needs help organizing events and developing plans. 
Outside the church, in ministries that are supported in part by EPC, volunteers are also needed. For instance, Alternatives Pregnancy Center is looking for client advocates to counsel and make a difference in the lives of people dealing with unwanted pregnancies. Friends for Youth can always use more mentors for young people in trouble. The Network Coffeehouse needs volunteers who can provide friendship to homeless and mentally ill people in the Capitol Hill area of Denver. For more about these ministries and others, click here.

There are many other opportunities, as well. Are you feeling the call to help in any of these areas or in some other way? If you aren't sure who to ask, call the church office, 303-646-4825, or ask Bruce or Mark.