Christ-centered, spirit-filled, biblically based Church Plant
Establishing more of Heaven on earth in Colorado
Colorado Church is . . .
A church surrendered to and led by the Holy Spirit.
A church that loves the Word, knows the Word, is equipped by the Word, and believes the Word.
A church that equips, resources, and releases the gathered body of believers.
A church marked by contagious worship.
A church empowering people in the area of their giftings.
A Kingdom-minded church, establishing Heaven on earth.
A church that is an authentic expression of the gathering of believers who live and work and play in Colorado.
A church that is marked by the abiding presence of the Lord.
A church that opens the hearts of the influential people of the city.
A church that believes the best in all people.
Colorado Church’s Leadership Team
Evan and Emily Martin || Lead Pastor
Evan and Emily have five kids and a labrador retriever. They married in 2001 after meeting each other while attending Oral Roberts University where Emily received a degree in Nursing and Evan received a degree in Business Management. Evan went on to receive a Master’s of Divinity from The King’s University.
Ryan and Meredith Craven || Pastor
Ryan and Meredith have four kids and two golden retrievers. They married in 2002 after meeting each other while attending the University of Northern Colorado. Meredith received a degree in Elementary Education and Ryan received a degree in Recreation Management. Meredith went on to receive a Master’s in Literacy and Ryan went on to receive a Master’s of Leadership and Administration from Denver University and a Doctorate in Education from Jones International University.
Steven and Victoria Orel || Student Ministries
Steven and Victoria have no children (yet), but they do have a very cute collie-shepherd mix. They married in 2017 after meeting each other in Southern California where they both grew up. Victoria earned a degree in Social Science from Hope International University, and Steven earned a degree in Biblical and Theological Studies from Biola University.
17 Though the fig tree does not bud and there is no fruit on the vines, though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, 18 yet I will triumph in Yahweh; I will rejoice in the God of my salvation! (Habakkuk 3:17 HCSB)