Sundays at 8:45am and 10:30am
9030 Miller Road
Parker, CO 80138
Children's Sunday school and nursery available at each service. High School and Middle School Sunday school at 9:00am in the Student Center.

Worship Arts Ministry

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Worship Service Times

Sunday Mornings, 8:45 and 10:30am (see special service times for Holy Week below)
Childcare provided Babies-5th grade, check children in at the children’s ministry desk prior to the worship service (see Holy Week children’s programming below).

Current Series

The Christian faith rises or falls on the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Apostle Paul even says in 1 Corinthians 15:14, “If Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain and your faith is in vain.” But what does this actually mean? What difference does this make in everyday life? Does the resurrection of Jesus just punch our ticket to heaven or is there something more? Join us as we begin a new series the week after Easter called, “The People of the Resurrection.” We will look at the impact the Risen Christ had on the people He knew and loved and what that means for our life today.

Doug Resler
Senior Pastor

Holy Week/Easter Information

Easter Sunday Sunrise Service

7:00 am on the Hillside
Plan to bring your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors to celebrate the most significant event in human history together! No childcare available. Weather permitting – if the weather turns bad we will be moving this service into the student center.

holy week indiv slides EASTER SUNDAY
Easter Sunday

April 21st – services at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 AM
Plan to bring your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors to celebrate the most significant event in human history together! Brunch will be served in between the worship services. *Children will be releasing butterflies to symbolize the resurrection.  *Childcare for infants through toddlers.

*Only for the 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 AM services.

Easter Volunteers Needed!

At Easter we seek volunteers to help with parking, brunch, childcare and more. CLICK HERE to serve.


Listen to Sermons


April 19, 2019
Good Friday

Scripture Reading:
Luke 22:39-23:56

Corporate Worship Music:

Is He Worthy
Man Of Sorrows
Ah Holy Jesus How Hast Thou Offended
Alas And Did My Savior Bleed
Stricken Smitten And Afflicted

April 18, 2019
Maundy Thursday

Scripture Reading:
Luke 22:1-38

Corporate Worship Music:

What The Lord Has Done In Me
No Longer Slaves
God And Man At Table Are Sat Down
Holy Communion
How Deep The Father’s Love For Us

April 14, 2019

Scripture Reading:
Luke 19:28-48

Corporate Worship Music:

Sing To The King
The Stand
Not What These Hands Have Done

April 07, 2019

Scripture Reading:
Luke 21:5-38

Corporate Worship Music:

Be Thou My Vision
Son of God Son of Man
You Hold Me Now
Here’s My Heart
Until That Day Comes
Holy Communion

March 31, 2019

Scripture Reading:
Luke 20:1-18

Corporate Worship Music:

May The Peoples Praise You
Is He Worthy
Not What These Hands Have Done
Resurrection Hymn
Here’s My Heart

February 17, 2019

Scripture Reading:
Luke 17:20-37

Kingdom Story: Doug and Sally Work

Corporate Worship Music:

Build Your Kingdom Here
Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)
Revelation Song
Until That Day Comes

January 20, 2019

Kingdom Story: Cliff Vander Zwaag

May 27, 2018

Kingdom Story: Steve Johnson

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“Worship is our response
to God’s revelation of Himself.”

When it comes to worship, we live in interesting times. The church is talking more today about “worship” than it ever has in its history, but perhaps is meaning less and less by it. Very simply put, “Worship is our response to God’s revelation of Himself.” We worship him because he deserves it, we worship him because he demands it, we worship him because he delights in it! Frankly, this has precious little to do with music, let alone any given style of music. Music, just like any other art form, is just one means of expression. Music is often how we worship, but ought never to be confused with why we worship. Its trajectory must be gospel-shaped and its focus Trinitarian: Father, Son, and Spirit.


There are various ways you can serve in the Worship Arts Ministry and worship experiences at PEPC.  Start by attending our worship services each Sunday and get a feel for PEPC and the Biblical, Relational, Intergenerational and Missional environment where we worship together.

There are many opportunities for various artistic expressions with the Worship Arts Ministry at PEPC and we would love to visit with you about your talents and gifts and how you might serve.  Individual auditions or review of skills are arranged throughout the year.  Please contact Matt DePriest or Katie Russell for further information.