Frequently Asked Questions
What is the church’s leadership structure?
Visit our Elder/Deacon Statement page that explains their leadership role at Red Rocks Church.
What are Red Rocks Church’s ongoing mission partnerships?
Red Rocks Church is committed to a number of missions partnerships including Lincoln & Jenny Smith (missionaries located in South Africa), Compassion International, Convoy of Hope, American Schools International and others. To see some of our other partners download our year end report here.
These missions initiatives are in place for the next few years, so we are not looking to add new partnerships at this time. In order for us as a church to best fulfill our missions vision, we are trying to go deeper with a few organizations rather than wider with many organizations.
Where can I see how Red Rocks Church manages money?
We invite you to look at our Annual Report, which shows financial information, attendance information, and staffing information.
How can I give to Red Rocks Church?
You can give to Red Rocks Church for events, one-time donations, or ongoing donations through iConnect. Click here to give to Red Rocks Church.
How do I update my giving information if I already give online?
If you haven’t already set up your giving through iConnect, click here to create an account in iconnect.
How do I update my ongoing giving information if I give through iConnect?
Updating your information through iConnect is a quick two-step process. When you’re logged into iConnect, click the “Give” tab, and then click “stop my repeating gifts.” Once you do this, you can change the amount, frequency, and account associated with your donation.
What is iConnect and how should I use it?
iConnect is Red Rocks Church’s database and a connecting point for the people at Red Rocks Church. iConnect allows you to give online, sign up for classes, connect with your Life Group members, check your children in on Sundays, and more. iConnect also allows you to print your contribution report for taxes and helps us communicate with you about service times and weather cancellations. iConnect is extremely user-friendly and allows you to set your own privacy settings for you and your family. To register, please click here. If you have any questions about iConnect, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the primary way Red Rocks Church connects people and families?
We believe that life change happens best when people are connected to group life, where God-honoring community is developed. We consider group life to encompass our mid-sized and small group environments. These smaller community environments we call “Life Groups” at RRC.
Practically, there will never be a way for the staff to minister to all the people that attend RRC. That is why we place such an emphasis on group life, where people’s needs are met, friendships are forged, and ultimately lives are restored by Christ.
This is a contagious and very missional-community to be a part of. If you read through the book of Acts in the New Testament, you will see that those who followed Christ devoted themselves to getting together and purposefully "doing life together" and invited others who didn't know God to be a part of what was happening.
How do I get involved with a Life Group at Red Rocks Church?
For information on how to get involved with a Life Group, click here. If you missed GroupLaunch, you can get connected with a group through our Sports Ministry and through our Love Activism (service) ministry.
How do I get involved with serving at a Red Rocks Church location?
Finding ways to put our faith and giftings into action is important to our spiritual development as well as to the Kingdom Of God. Our "Serve" Volunteer Network will help get you plugged into a ministry right here at Red Rocks Church. For more information, click here.
What does Red Rocks Church have for kids on Sundays?
We have created three engaging environments for our children to connect with God, grow with other children, and learn to follow God. We encourage you to visit our programs this Sunday. We offer all three environments at every service at Red Rocks Church. For more information, click here.
Little Rock // Babies - 4 Years
Kids Rock // Kindergarten - 3rd Grade
The Shack // 4th, 5th & 6th Grade
How do I get connected as a Middle/High School student?
Red Rocks Student Ministries takes place on Wednesday nights at the Golden campus at Heritage Square location for 7th to 12th graders. For more information on this ministry, click here.
How do I get connected as a 20-something?
The best way to get connected is through our FUEL Ministry. Click here for more information.
Can I rent any of the Red Rocks Church facilities?
At this time we do not rent Red Rocks Church facilities (at any location) for outside events.
How does Red Rocks Church handle weddings?
At this time we do not rent out our facilities for weddings because we simply do not have the staff to manage these events and manage their operational and technical challenges.
We do have pastors on staff who perform weddings. If you are interested in having a Red Rocks Church pastor perform your wedding ceremony, please click here.
How do I get in touch with Red Rocks Church to request a pastor for a funeral?
We do not rent our facilities for funerals, but we do have pastors on staff who facilitate funerals. Please call our offices at 303-640-7203 so we can connect you with a pastor.
How does Red Rocks Church handle Baptism (for infants, children, and adults)?
We believe that water baptism is an important and obedient act that follows an individual's decision to follow Christ. However, we don't baptize infants until they are of an age when they can make a decision for themselves to follow Christ and then to be baptized. For infants, we embrace the tradition of child dedication which flows directly from Hannah's (the Prophet Samuel's mother) decision to dedicate her son back to God. For more information about our next Baby Dedication, click here.
For many adults, baptism is the first public step of obedience to Christ. Baptism is for the individual who has received the saving benefits of Christ's atoning work and has become His disciple. Therefore, in obedience to Christ's command and as a testimony to God, the church, one's self, and the world, a believer should be baptized in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Water baptism is a visual and symbolic demonstration of a person's union with Christ in the likeness of His death and resurrection. It signifies that a person's former way of life has been put to death and vividly depicts his release from the mastery of sin and that the believer is a new creation in Christ Jesus. Red Rocks Church practices and teaches that once a person becomes a believer and a disciple of Christ they should get baptized. If you are interested in baptism, click here.