Our Ministries

Glorify God through Worship  

 Edify One Another through Discipleship

 Testify of Jesus Christ through Outreach

Glorify God Through Worship


Worship Service Sundays 9:00 am


Expository Preaching  ~  Reverent Worship  ~  Genuine Fellowship

“We proclaim Christ, admonishing everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone complete in Christ.” 

Colossians 1:28

We believe that the Bible constitutes the only infallible rule of faith and practice.

 Children are welcome in our Worship Service for any length of time. 

There is a staffed nursery during the sermon portion of the Worship service for children up to 3 yrs old.  There is an unstaffed cry room with a window and a speaker to see and hear the service. Pick up a “Kid’s Activity Tote”  by the door of the sanctuary to assist with children (4yrs and up) in the Worship Service.

 Sermon messages are available at:

Edify One Another through Discipleship

Discipleship Classes

Sundays 11:00-11:45 am
Sept – Mid May

Building the Body

Prayer and Bible Study Meetings

See the bulletin for various times and locations

Kids Club!

Sundays 11:00 – 11:45 am
Mid Sept – Mid May

Testify of Jesus Christ through Outreach

Friday Night Evangelism in Old Town

Every Friday 7-9 pm weather permitting.  

Located in Old Town Ft. Collins  south end of square.

PBC supports missionaries through these agencies:

Slavic Gospel Association

From our founding in 1934 through today, SGA has been working with churches in Russia, the former Soviet countries of Eastern Europe, and Central Asia to share the Gospel, help train leaders for the church, and to help the hurting and forgotten in the name of Jesus.

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Biblical Ministries Worldwide

We are a global mission agency dedicated to advancing the glory of God through the gospel by enabling North American churches to send out their finest to establish reproducing churches around the world.

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Alpha Center

Think you might be pregnant? We provide lab-quality pregnancy testing and ultrasound in a safe, medical, confidential environment at no cost to you. Considering an abortion? It is always best to speak with a medical professional before any procedure. Equip yourself with the facts and make an appointment to meet with our nurses about your options for your unplanned pregnancy. 

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Other Ministry Opportunities

Life for the Innocent

What can you do? 

  1. Become an educator to educate others about the need.
  2. Adopt-A-Stop:  Adopt a bus stop to watch over children and pray.
  3. Lobby for legislation
  4. Host a workshop to introduce this ministry to your friends
  5. Mentor youth.  Become a foster parent to a child who has been rescued.
  6. Be an advocate for victims of abuse.
  7. Help train rescued teens in vocational jobs.
  8. Donate!

How can you get active? 

Visit Select “domestic initiative” or “tent makers” under “OUR SCOPE”, or call 1-720-408-5384.

Life for the Innocent

Life for the Innocent exists to rescue children around the world from human trafficking. We provide for their practical needs, minister healing to their shame, bring joy to their lives and usher them into the loving arms of a Christian family.

LFTI partners with a rescue network and local authorities in South Asia to intervene for children trafficked for sex, labor, or organs. After every rescue, intake services are provided through local agencies, including medical examinations and identification documents. When this intake process is finished, the team transports children to LFTI’s homes in South Asia, providing a safe place to heal and grow.

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What can you do?

  1. They have a list of current needs, items they can always use, and items they cannot take.  All are listed on their website.
  2. Become a shelter support advocate
  3. Assist at the front desk
  4. Donate gift cards for gas, groceries, or department stores
  5. Donate cash gifts.
  6. Become a liaison to teach teens about date violence.
  7. Become a trained counselor.

Crossroads Safehouse

Crossroads Safehouse is housed in a 29,000 square foot facility with 31 rooms and 104 beds that serves men, women, and children every day of the year. Our team of 30 dedicated staff members works hard to provide wrap-around services to these victims of domestic violence and interpersonal abuse in need including access to our emergency shelter with therapy, legal advice, food, and much more.

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How can you get active?  Go to their website at and click “make a difference” and “volunteer” on the left hand side.

Salvation Army

What can you do?

  1. Help register needy families at Christmas time.
  2. Ring a bell.
  3. Deliver gifts, toys and food to hospitals, nursing homes, shut-ins and prisoners.
  4. Organize, pack and distribute gifts to families.

Fort Collins Salvation Army

Salvation Army Programs are led by Salvation Army Officers. These officers are responsible to lead by assessing needs, delivering programs and directing ministries for our local community. From serving food to balancing the books, they function as the Executive Directors and the Pastors for the Fort Collins Corps.

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