Response Time


We believe that Jesus paid the price for our sins and to take away the barrier between us and a relationship with God. He paid this price on the cross, and we have crosses in our worship experience as a reminder of His sacrifice, but also as an opportunity for response time. We can go to these crosses, pick up a pen and paper, and write out a few words of something that is separating us from God or something else that may be mentioned that day, and pin it to the cross as a symbol of confessing it to Him and trusting Him with that area of our life.


We believe in the power of prayer at Front Range, and have a team of people committed to praying with and for everyone in the congregation. This team stands at the sides during response time of the auditorium ready to stand with you in prayer. They don’t need any information you aren’t ready to share about the specific issue you want prayer for, and you can go as deep as you want or just ask them to pray for you in general. They are there to encourage you, pray for your needs, and share Scripture that might be applicable to your situation.


2 Corinthians 9:7 says that “God loves a cheerful giver,” and we believe that giving to God is an act of worship, therefore we include generosity in our response time. We want giving back to God to be something done in worship and thankfulness to Him for what He has given to us. We also don’t want anyone to feel uncomfortable or under pressure to give, which is why we have our giving boxes in the back of the auditorium for you to give as you see fit. You can grab a tithe envelope on the side of the box for your cash or checks, or you can give online here. We believe giving online is an act of worship, as well, and encourage you to give as God calls you.


The night before Christ gave His life for us, He had dinner with His disciples and set up the tradition of communion for His followers to observe. Paul reminds us in 1 Corinthians 11:23-25 that Jesus took bread and a cup of wine to represent His broken body and shed blood, and shared them with His disciples while reminding us to “do this in remembrance of me.” This is why we include communion as part of response time. We take communion together as believers as a celebration of Christ’s sacrifice for us. At Front Range, you will find bread (both regular and gluten-free) to dip into juice when you are ready to partake during response time.