A church and a people for Boulder and beyond.
Receiving and sharing God’s love, found in Jesus Christ, is what has grounded our church since the beginning.
In 1872, one year after Boulder was incorporated, ten members of the new town organized the First Presbyterian Church of Boulder. In 1896 the historic Chapel was built to provide a worship space for a congregation of 183 people.
Grace Commons Church is approaching the 150th anniversary of its life together. Throughout the generations, God has been faithful to this church in downtown Boulder. While the Core Values have been newly articulated, these same commitments have been the foundation of life and ministry of Grace Commons Church since the beginning.
He transforms lives as He is encountered in scripture and community.
We pursue God’s heart for a flourishing city and beyond.
We follow Jesus’ example in inviting and discipling younger generations.
God meets and shapes us as we submit to His Spirit.
We worship and serve together, side by side.
We invest in emerging disciples for the next generation of gospel leaders here and around the world.
Part of the eco family
We are part of ECO, a covenant order of evangelical Presbyterians, that formally had its genesis in January 2012.
You can learn more by going to the following pages:
- ECO's story,
- ECO's mission and vision,
- The theological tenets of what we believe, and
- Egalitarian ministry and how we understand the role of genders in ministry.
Feel free to peruse the ECO website for additional information, or reach out with any questions.