2908 S Timberline Rd.
Fort Collins, CO 80525
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Here's a great place to get connected if you're new! We meet on Thursdays in the Timberline Student Center from 7pm-8pm. On the first Thursday of the month, we don't meet as a small group, but attend the 20s30s large group gathering.Group Details
We meet on the first Thursday of the month in a large group and have various small groups that happen weekly all around the city. A typical large group gathering will have dinner for the first half and a Jesus-centered message for the second half. It's a great place to come meet new people and we'd love to have you! We meet in the student center, which is on the north east side of the building. It's helpful to park by the playground and walk in the main entrance from there- you can't miss us that way! We have a pretty diverse group- married people, single people, single parents and young families, adults with disabilities, young professionals and grad students.Group Details
If you have recently asked Jesus to be your Lord, or you find yourself beginning again, you need a good starting point. The quality of a journey and finishing well is impacted by starting well. This is never more true than when starting your journey with Jesus. But where do you start? At the Trailhead. "Trailhead" is a class designed to equip you with resources to take you on your hike with Jesus and to encourage and support you along the trail.Group Details
Now more than ever, our nation is in need of Biblical citizens who grasp the dynamic unity of citizens of the Kingdom of God and citizens of this great nation! This course offers the quick-start guide to the the longest standing Constitution in history, complete with an overview of all the Articles, and Amendments. What sets this apart from other U.S. Constitution courses is the interactive, fast-paced presentations; the fabulous locations of Independence Hall and the Wallbuilders' Library; and finally our Biblical heritage intricately woven throughout the entire course! You will learn how the founders relied on their Christian moorings and Biblical worldview to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity. You will also be treated to encouraging historical facts and inspirational true stories that are not taught in our educational institutions today. All in all you will be edified and equipped to operationalize your faith and practice Biblical Citizenship in Modern America!Group Details
Encouraging Faith In Your Adult Child. This study is designed to encourage you that it is never too late for God to use you to point your adult child's heart towards Christ. Join Mike and Vicki Rueckert as they bring Rob Rienow's message of 'HOPE' through his book and DVD series Never too Late.Group Details
Al-Anon is a mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking. By sharing common experiences and applying the Al-Anon principles, families and friends of alcoholics can bring positive changes to their individual situations, whether or not the alcoholic admits the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help.Group Details
Fridays, 7am, Timberline Church, Rm 204. Christians in Business Small Group. Our common bond: business/work as influencers, leaders, and owners. Our common goal: spiritual maturity. We are a diverse group of men and women including couples with young children all the way to those approaching retirement. With laughter and vulnerability, we dig deep into the Bible, seeking to glean lessons to apply in our professional lives. Our group is open to anyone. Childcare is not available. All are welcome to join us bright and early Friday mornings from 7:00 - 8:00AM in Room 204 at Timberline ChurchGroup Details
This group meets to help provide support, events, and resources to care partners and their loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's or Dementia. Memory Café meets the 3rd Thursday of each month in the South Auditorium at 9 a.m. Care Partners Support Group meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month in room 214 at 10 a.m.Group Details
We are here to help women walking through the unsteady season of an unexpected pregnancy and women navigating single motherhood find a place of belonging within the church through support groups.Group Details
You are standing at the starting line. Today make the choice to have a plan for your money. This is your time to set goals and stay with them. You can pay off your debt, live debt-free, and build a whole new future for yourself and your family. You will be supplied with the tools to take control of your money and your financial life. You can do it! Free Orientation class will be held January 18th, at 630. Classes will be conducted from January 25 through March 29th from 630 to 830 pm for this life changing 9-week series! There will not be a March 15 class due to Spring Break, Class Room 211. Please register at the following link: Financial Peace University Spring 2022Group Details
Girls Ministries is about intentional outreach and Christian discipleship for girls. Our goal is to see every girl moving toward a deep relationship with Jesus. Encouragement, support, and accountability are provided through lasting Christian relationships.
Girls Club takes place on Wednesday nights from 6:15-7:30 p.m., beginning September 8.
Questions? Contact Kimberly Reynolds.
A day camp event for grandparents & grandchildren, during spring break.Group Details
GriefShare is a grief recovery support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of losing a loved one. 13-week course with 2-3 week breaks between each course end/beginning. Meets Sundays at 10 a.m. in room 204. Loss of Spouse seminar offered yearly in January and Surviving the Holidays seminar offered yearly in November.Group Details