Worship Services at 8:00 am and 11:00 am
Our Theme:
". . . with one accord you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ."
 Romans 15:6
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Adult Ministries

Adults will find a number of fellowship, service, and study opportunities available to them. In addition to our Sunday Morning Worship Service and our Sunday Evening Service, our Adult Sunday Schools (ABF’s) and Small Group Bible Studies (LifeGroups) provide both learning and fellowship times. We also have further ministry opportunities in our Men’s Ministries and Women’s Ministries.

We hope this page helps you find out more about where we’ve been, where we’re going, and what we’re all about. If you have any questions, feel free to call the church office anytime at 596-3333.


  • Men Men’s Ministry: Seeking to disciple men of all ages through a variety of ways. These include weekly Bible studies, breakfasts, social events, and retreats.
  • Women Women’s Ministry: Seeking to meet the spiritual needs of the women of our church through Bible studies, counseling, discipleship, prayer support, special events, and other on-going opportunities for spiritual and personal growth.
  • FRBI The Front Range Bible Institute is situated on the campus of ABEFC. Offering Masters and Bachelors degrees, FRBI seeks to train up men and women for service to Christ. This is a great opportunity to receive excellent Bible training at an affordable cost. This link will take you to the FRBI website.

  • Career College and Career Group: This group meets every Sunday in the Library (downstairs, turn left, then your first right) at 9:45 am. Check out their group on Facebook as well!
  • ABF’s Adult Bible Fellowships: These are our Sunday School classes, which meet at 9:45 am every Sunday. There five adult classes, each covering a different area of Scripture. We encourage you to check them out!
  • LifeGroup LifeGroups: These are home-based fellowship groups that meet weekly during the school year to discuss the previous week’s sermon and to pray for one another. A great way to minister and fellowship life-on-life.


  • Helping Helping Ministry: Headed up by our Deacons, the Helping Ministry seeks to meet the physical needs of folks within our church. This can include light housework, home repairs, lawn maintenance or other jobs around the home.
  • Trustee Trustees: The Trustees and their team of helpers see to it that our church building and grounds are improved and maintained. This is an important ministry, and one we’re very thankful for.
  • Blankets Blankets of Blessing: This group meets once a month to knit blankets for the Crisis Pregnancy Center, the Springs Rescue Mission, and the Sheriff’s office.