Great Commission Churches

Beliefs and Values

Statement of Faith | Core Values | Vision | Ministry Goals

Core Values

Although there is a great deal of diversity within our movement, all member churches are committed to the same Biblical values.

Grace of God

God's grace through Jesus Christ is the basis and power, not only of our personal lives, but also of our ministry.

Commitment to God and His Word

Our aspiration is that our ministries will be marked by a wholehearted devotion to God, through prayer and by studying, obeying and teaching His Word.

The Great Commission

Our ultimate goal and mission is to reach the whole world with the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to make disciples of all the nations.

Church

The local church is God's vehicle for accomplishing the Great Commission. The church is the place for winning people to Christ, building them to maturity, raising up leaders, and for preparing church planting teams to be sent out for the expansion of God's kingdom.

Church Leadership

We place a priority upon raising up pastors and other leaders of Christ-like character within the local church.

Love and Unity

We desire our ministry to be marked by a Christ-like, selfless love, loyalty, and unity with fellow believers.

Raising Godly Families

Strong families are the foundation for strong churches. Therefore we make it a priority to equip members and pastors in building their marriages and families.

Every Member A Minister

All Christians are empowered through the Holy Spirit to be workers in the church, not just the pastors. Therefore we seek to equip each member to utilize his/her spiritual gifts to serve others.


Changed Lives

Loaves and Fishes by Steve Nelson

Rio PrayerIn 2007, inspired by Jesus’ Great Commission, the Summitview churches in Ft. Collins and Greeley, Colorado teamed up to send a group of thirty adults to El Paso, Texas.

We were not a group of amazing and dynamic church planting people. We were


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Offering Mercy by Jeff Groen

Jeff GroenWhen Jesus was asked, “Who is my neighbor?” he shared the Good Samaritan story. This story often applies to immigrants in our communities: we can ignore, shun, or help. The needy individual in Jesus’ story received all three types of


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