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Each and every one of us is on a journey. Sometimes, our path leads us to times of great joy and fulfillment; other times, the road is a bit more challenging.You can be sure that if you join us at Emmaus Road Church in Fort Collins on Sunday morning at 10:00am you’ll find a community of people learning more about what it means to follow Christ.
We are a church in Fort Collins committed to worship. You’ll find that truth revealed in the very beginning of service as we sing with our worship band – new songs and old favorites, all centered around praise.More →
Through our Life Groups, we truly ‘live life together’ – sharing a meal, studying God’s Word, praying together and for one another and holding each other accountable.More →
Ekidz, our children’s ministry, is not simply a place for your children to be entertained during the worship experience. It’s a place where your children receive biblical teaching and a solid spiritual foundation.More →
At Emmaus Road Church, we believe the love of God is most evident when it is not just proclaimed, but demonstrated. IMPACT events give us tangible opportunities to be the hands and feet of Christ.More →
Have teenagers? We’ve got opportunities for them to get plugged into the church as well. Our Emmaus Student Ministry meets on Sunday nights and is a great way for teenagers to connect with their peers and grow in their faith.More →
Present Christ as Savior. Pursue Christ as King. Partner with Christ in service.
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Sundays at 10am
Emmaus Road Church 2101 S Lemay Ave Fort Collins, CO 80525 970-482-6425
Intentional, Gospel-shaped worship
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In Luke 24, the Bible tells this story…
Late in the day that changed history, two figures trudged the road from Jerusalem to the small town of Emmaus. They recalled their hopes that Jesus was the Messiah, the one who would free their people and establish lasting peace and justice. But his crucifixion two days ago dashed those hopes against the stone slab that sealed his tomb. As they walked farther, they met a stranger who joined their conversation. He spoke about the Messiah with such depth and warmth that when they arrived at Emmaus they invited him to supper. It was during the meal they suddenly realized this was no stranger. It was Jesus! He was the Messiah.