Worship Nights

July 8, 16, 23 and 30 | 7-8pm

Worship Nights

THURSDAYS JULY 16, 23, 30 | 7-8PM
Thrive Church, we want to welcome you to our Worship Nights in July at PEPC Early Learning Center here in Parker. These will be nights where we come together for encouragement, community and worship. They will be outside where we can social distance while experiencing the strength of gathering. Bring your family, invite your friends and let’s come together for some special nights as a church family.
We also encourage you to grab your lawn chair, maybe even a canopy so that you can stretch out comfortably, relax and worship with us. Thrive Church Worship will be there and our pastors, Jacob and Hannah will be encouraging us with scripture and prayer. These are going to be powerful nights of praise and connection. Let’s GATHER! We can’t wait to see you there!
PEPC Early Learning Center 9030 Miller Rd, Parker, CO 80138
Where to park
We will be meeting up on the hillside behind the main building. Parking tenants and greeters will direct you where to go upon your arrival.
Worship With Us

Download the lyrics here so that you have them on your digital device in advance for the night. 

  • Those who are vulnerable due to age or health are encouraged to remain home as are the caregivers for those who may be vulnerable.
  • Those who are sick or showing any potential symptoms should remain home.
  • Maintain a six-foot distance between you and those around you when finding a place to sit. People living together, please sit together.
  • Bring camp chairs, blankets, canopies for shade, water, etc.
  • Pay close attention to signage as we will be directing people to come up the hill along one path and descend the hillside via a second path.
  • Bathrooms will be available in the Ministry Center, limited to two people at a time.
  • Face masks are encouraged especially during arrival and departure times. Once you are seated with your family for the experience, you are free to take off your mask as you participate in worship.
  • We ask that fellowship both before and after the experience remain limited and socially distanced.