General Giving

PEPC now uses Fellowship One, an enhanced online giving service to make it easier to manage your account, make changes and review your records.  As God inspires your generosity we want to provide you the most convenient and accurate opportunities to give.

As of February 2021, if you have “recurring giving” set-up we would like to ask that you please call Janet Specht so that she may change your giving over to Fellowship One Giving platform. Thank you in advance.

We provide you with three ways to give:

  1. Online giving is a safe and easy way to support the ministries and operation of PEPC. This system enables you to give by making a one-time contribution or a recurring contribution to any of the PEPC ministry opportunities. Click “Give Online” to begin the process.
  2. For greater convenience in giving download our PEPC APP from your App Store and click on the “Give” section. It provides the option to give online and text to give.
  3. Lastly, you can send your payment to, 9030 Miller Road, Parker, CO 80138

Questions?  Please contact Janet at 303.506.8800 or [email protected].

Healing Families Campaign

Church and Community Need

The number of people seeking prayer on Sundays for their pain and heartache has grown significantly and the depth of their sharing has deepened. As a result, pastors and elders often feel overwhelmed by the needs we hear and at a loss for how to best help. We frequently refer to outside agencies.
Douglas County continues to experience high rates of depression, suicide, substance abuse, and family crisis. Our conversations with Legend High School, DC Oakes High School, and Douglas County Health and Human Services confirm the need for more professional counseling in our area.
Over the last several years, the pastoral care load of Doug Resler, Gary McCusker, and Lydia Lightner has grown significantly even with the addition of a robust Stephen Ministry to assist.
Current private professional counseling rates in our community range from $125-$175 per session, which is often beyond the means of many who need help.
Internal surveys (REVEAL) continue to show us that isolation, busyness, and emotional/relational pain remain the three primary barriers to discipleship in our church family.