About Us. We seek to know Jesus Christ and to make him known.

Our heartbeat is sharing the love of our Triune God, so as many people as possible experience freedom and transformation through living in relationship with Father, Son, & Spirit.

We are a multi-racial congregation who love one another because of Jesus. We stand with our brothers and sisters of all colors because Jesus loves all people. We condemn violence from all sources, believing that Jesus came to bring peace and belonging to every person, and honoring God's presence and gifting in every person. We seek the Holy Spirit's help in rooting out ideas and attitudes in ourselves that do not reflect God's love, and pray that we can truly listen to one another's stories and be light-bringers in the world.

Will you help us give that message?

Who We Are

Grace Communion International is a mosaic of churches knit together in grace. Our goal is Spirit-led, life-giving relationships by which mature followers of Jesus are multiplied around the world.

We Believe

We believe that theology should be rooted in the Bible, especially the New Testament. The theology we believe is often referred to as Trinitarian Theology due to its emphasis on the relational nature of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Speaking of Life

When spreading the gospel to the Corinthians, Paul focused on sharing his personal testimony and the power of the Holy Spirit, rather than trying to impress others with his words. He encouraged others to trust in Jesus’ actions and words instea...

Plan Your Visit Join us ONLINE on Zoom for worship, friendship and sharing of scripture

Sunday 10:30 AM

Arvada, CO

You're welcome to join us online, Sundays 10:30 AM to noon on https://zoom.us/j/3038725154. Text 303-960-6060 for the passcode. Or find us on Facebook at ‘lgcfArvada’ for live or recorded sermons.

In our service, we worship our savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. We pray, and praise the triune God in scripture, sermon and giving, following Jesus in love and generosity toward all.

Contact Us


Pastor Mark McCulley