Please note that during the summer (May 26 - September 1), Wellshire Presbyterian Church offers one worship service at 10:00 am on Sunday mornings in the Sanctuary. The contemporary worship service will resume on Sunday, September 8 at 8:30 am.
Contemporary Presbyterian Service in Denver
Join us for a contemporary Presbyterian service on Sunday mornings at Wellshire Church in Denver, Colorado. Rejoice in God’s love through the compelling ministry, prayer and music of contemporary worship!
A Presbyterian service that’s contemporary, fresh and upbeat
At Wellshire Presbyterian Church, we recognize that worship styles evolve and change. We offer a contemporary Presbyterian service for Christians who wish to express their gratitude for God through modern worship.
Based in our light and airy chapel, our contemporary worship service is called “Living Water.” This innovative service is designed to engage your senses. An exceptional sound system, video screens and high-caliber musical instruments (including a Kawai grand piano) enhance the Sunday liturgy and worship experience in glory to God.
Our contemporary Presbyterian service begins with praise music led by talented vocalists and a live band. The pastors, dressed more casually than a typical Presbyterian service, share in worship within steps of the congregation. Through practical, intelligent sermons, they stretch you to think deeply about God’s Word and how to grow and walk in the ways of Jesus Christ.
Share and grow your faith through contemporary worship
Connecting with God takes place in different ways. What’s right for one person may not be right for the next. If you are looking for a contemporary service to express and grow your faith in Denver, Colorado, please join us in worship.
Worship times are posted in the upper right corner of this web page. Our contemporary worship is our first service on Sunday morning.
Whether you are looking for a new church home in Denver or you just want to pay us a friendly visit, we welcome you. Learn about visiting Wellshire Church.