Welcome to Meridian Point Church!
A little about us.
Meridian Point Church is a place where God meets people where they are. That means anyone is welcome no matter where they are on their spiritual journey. Our motto is “Serious About God. Crazy About People” so know that you matter to God and to us!
Come as you are…
You don’t have to dress up or be any particular age. We don’t care who you voted for in the last election. And please don’t feel the need to pretend about anything. Meridian Point Church is a place where God meets people where they are, and we are all far from perfect. That means anyone is welcome no matter where they are on their spiritual journey. Not formal, not fake, we’re just family.
…but don’t stay that way.
Spectators find it hard to grow at this church. We encourage you to meet some people. Get involved and go deeper. Little steps you take toward God build on one another and lead to extraordinary results. At MPC, always be looking for your next step.
Our Sunday times together last about 80 minutes. Our worship is led by a full band with a modern contemporary style. Our messages tend to be conversational in style and range from studies of books in the Bible, questions from the congregation, issues that are in the news, and topics that are relevant to everyday life. We also highlight a time of communion weekly to all believers during the service. We are very casual and like to think that our times together feel more like a family “get-together” than a “service.” So dress casual and enjoy coffee and doughnuts at the Cafe!
If you are new to MPC, you will bring your Nursery-5th Grade kids over to the Children’s Building. Nursery and Preschool meet downstairs and K-5th grade meet upstairs. If you would like to register your children before they come the first time, you may do so below. This will allow for you to come straight in and print off Check in ID’s.
Here at MPC our services are open to your children if you would like to keep them with you as well.
Service Times & Location
Sundays: 9 am & 10:45 am
Location: 5450 Meridian Road, Peyton, CO 80831
About the series…
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This Weekend: Why Easter?
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