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WHAT TO EXPECT

We are a church of multiple locations and multiple generations in Northern Colorado and online around the world. You’ll find a group of imperfect people. Some of us may look rough around the edges, while others may look put together. But we’re all broken people. Expect to be welcomed and comfortable. We hope you feel at home where you can just be yourself and believe us when we say, you matter to God and you matter to us. 

FAQ

What should I wear?

Foundations doesn’t have a dress code. Most of us keep it casual, so feel free to come dressed as you are whether that’s jeans, shorts, a t-shirt, and hat or however you feel comfortable. Just be you.

What’s the music like?

Music is a way of drawing people in and inviting them to be part of an experience. We have an energetic style of music that would appeal to those who don’t go to church and those who do. If you find it too loud for you, we can point to places in our auditorium that might be better for you. Earplugs are also available upon request. We want people to participate however they feel comfortable. Lyrics will be on the screen if you wish to sing along with the band.

What do you have for kids and students?

We offer programs throughout the week for children Birth to 5th Grade, as well as youth group for Middle Schoolers to High School students. If you need some privacy or some personal space, we offer a Quiet Room at all our campuses. Check out each ministry page above for more info.

How can I connect or just grow spiritually?

We offer multiple ways to connect with others and grow in your spiritual journey. From groups, Huddles, Bible Studies, workshops, conferences, retreats, and more—you’ll find something for you. If you’re interested in learning what your next step could be, drop by our Next Steps Desk in the lobby.

I’m LGBTQ. Can I come?

Absolutely yes! While we hold to a view of human sexuality that we believe the Bible teaches, we’re not here to judge, we’re here to love and respect all, regardless of someone’s beliefs or lifestyle. Most people who walk through our doors would probably tell you they feel welcome, we believe you would too.

Are dogs allowed?

We welcome certified service dogs. If your dog isn’t certified, sorry. But even our lead pastor, Marcus, must leave his furry friends at home.

What are your beliefs?

You can find an overview of our beliefs on the About page above or by clicking here. For a more in-depth look, we invite you to attend our Pathway workshop or talk to one of our pastors.

When and where do I show up?

Our normal service times are usually posted on our site or app. For the Loveland and Online campus, times are Saturdays at 4:30pm, or Sundays at 9:00am or 11:00am. For our Windsor campus, times are Sundays at 9:00am or 11:00am. Click on a campus on the map below to see exact locations and get directions. We recommend showing up about 10 minutes early to grab some coffee and find a seat. If you have kids, allow a little extra time to check them in.

How can I find out more?

You can fill out the contact form below. If you’re here in person, you can stop by our Next Steps Desk in the lobby to talk to someone. You might want to also consider coming to First Step, a 12-minute experience every second weekend of the month after each service.

Got Questions? We’d Love to Help. Contact Us.