Timberline Church

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Timberline Church is a Pentecostal megachurch located in Fort Collins, Colorado and Windsor, Colorado , that is affiliated with the Assemblies of God USA.

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History

Timberline church was established around 1986 and moved to a larger facility on Timberline Road in Fort Collins, Colorado. Senior Pastor Dary Northrup started when the church had 125 people, and now there are close to 6,000 members.

Description

Services are at multiple times in multiple locations, as well as online. A Christian rock band with multiple instrumentalists and harmonizing vocals typically play several songs before a sermon and at the end.

Philosophy

The motto of Timberline church is "Let Love Live". (3)

Neighbors

The Church has collaborated with Colorado State University to improve affordable housing opportunities for students. (2) The Fort Collins Symphony performed in the Timberline Church as part of their 2022 Summer Festival. (4)

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References

(1) https://www.greeleytribune.com/2007/10/11/money-and-the-church/

(2) https://www.cbsnews.com/colorado/news/csu-trades-5-acres-timberline-church-create-affordable-staff-housing/

(3) https://nocostyle.com/2019/03/26/the-flowering-of-faith/

(4) https://fortcollinschamber.com/news/fort-collins-symphony-presents-beethoven-summer-festival-concert/

(5) https://www.timberlinechurch.org/