Our Timberline Missions' Philosophy:

We strive to have each part of our mission's efforts assist Timberliners fulfill their God-given responsibility, to spread the Gospel locally, nationally and globally.

It is our desire and belief that as Timberliners engage in our missions efforts through time, talent, and treasure (prayer, giving, going and serving) each participant will be impacted in their walk with Christ. We believe that as people become engaged in serving, life change occurs.


Get details on all of our mission trips, sign up for a trip, make a donation or payment on a trip you are going on.

Upcoming Events:

U COUNT Spotlight Weekend

January 26/27

January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Slavery is not just a horror of the past, today millions of men, women, and children suffer at the hands of traffickers. May this month, set aside by presidential proclamation, remind us to take action as we work toward ending this crime against humanity.

Join us January 26/27 for U COUNT Spotlight Weekend at ALL Timberline Church Campuses

This is a celebratory weekend loaded with hope and joy as we focus on our ongoing fight against human trafficking and connect with global partners. We'll hear about how, together, we can act to change the story of a life currently caught in the cruel trap of trafficking. Don't miss it!

Learn more about U COUNT Campaign

U COUNT Meet Our Partners Event

January 27 - 6 to 8:00 pm - Timberline Road Campus, South Auditorium

Join us January 26/27 for a celebratory weekend loaded with hope and joy, as we focus on our ongoing fight against human trafficking. Connect with our global partners at our Meet Our Partners Event, Sunday evening 6-8pm in the South Auditorium to hear about their anti-trafficking efforts and the survivors they work with!

Fiona Bellshaw - Director of Project Rescue Spain

Diane Herman - Director of the LUM Project, Guatemala

Megan Lundstrom - Director of Free Our Girls

Perspectives on the World Christian Movement

A 15-week course examining God's unchanging purpose to reconcile every nation, tribe, and people to Himself.

Fort Collins Spring 2019 Class

Loveland Spring 2019 Class

Upcoming Missions Information Meetings:

Dates coming soon. Email wego@timberlinechurch.org with any specific questions.

Lunch & childcare provided, no rsvp needed. See you there!

The Café- Changing lives one sip at a time

The Café at Timberline Church is a non-profit coffee shop with a heart for Missions, operated by a great staff of volunteers. The Café donates all of the tips to numerous missions opportunities throughout the year.

In addition, they sell bags of Café Lusso's Rescue: Freedom Blend Coffee. Every bag sold provides one day of care for a woman or child rescued from human trafficking and sexual slavery. Since starting this program in 2012, coffee sales have provided over 1100 days of care!

Café Hours:
Mon - Thurs 8 am to 2 pm
Friday closed
Saturday 4 pm to 6:30 pm
Sunday 8 am to 1 pm
For more information about The Café including how you can be a Missionary Barista, check out The Café and Bookstore page.

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Timberline Church Missions Office
970.482.4387 x 141

Our Missions Office team is always here to help you!
Pictured from left to right:
Nate Taverner, Kari Stewart, Taryn Flack, Jacque Gowing & Jackie Olsgard