Welcome to Pinebrooke Community Church!
A place where you and your family can develop friendships to the extent you desire.
A place to grow and develop as a person through challenging and stimulating interaction.
A place where we take the Bible seriously and seek to apply its timeless message in our lives.
We meet for worship just west of the intersection of 80th and Simms.
11700 W. 80th Avenue
Arvada, CO 80003-2123
Our Weekend Celebration:
Worship begins at 10:00 a.m. every Sunday
To attract people to Christ, facilitating spiritual growth and wholeness in each person, empowering them
for meaningful service in the church – and a life mission in the world – appropriate for each stage of their lives.
Pinebrooke offers seminars, retreats and socials
for the growth and development of the people at Pinebrooke.
Our Five Key Values:
Values which are foundational and give specific direction
to what we do at Pinebrooke Community Church:
1. Prayer and Worship are the cornerstones of our ministry.
The mainstay of who we are and what we do is build on
our personal and communal worship of Almighty God.
2. Christian growth is the process of becoming spiritually holy and emotionally whole.
We keep in mind in the activities of our community that holiness and wholeness
are the point of all that we are and all that we do.
3. Community is the matrix (environment) of our mission and ministry.
We believe that as we learn to really love each other, ministry will take place
spontaneously, effortlessly, and continually.
4. Every member is a minister.
We believe that every believer has spiritual gifts to be used for God’s glory
and that your place of work and neighborhood are your primary mission outposts.
5. Following Jesus leads to a world-class mind-set.
Following Jesus opens our eyes to the needs in the world
and each person is to find his or her assignment from God
to participate in what God is doing.
Bob Johnson is the pastor at Pinebrooke Community Church. His training includes a Masters degree in Divinity, Masters in Counseling from Denver Seminary and a Certificate in Spiritual Direction from the Vincentian Studies Center. Bob has served as a youth and college pastor, director of a counseling center, associate pastor and now pastor of Pinebrooke. Bob has been married to Norma since 1971 and has three grown daughters and three grandsons.
Bob brings a variety of ministry experiences and a great appreciation for the various streams of Christian spirituality to the ministry. He loves drawing on the wisdom of the ancients and perceives that the deepest thirst in contemporary society can best be satisfied through the spiritual paths marked out by those who have gone before us. Bob’s hobbies include sports of all kinds, watercolor painting, landscaping, reading, writing, and listening to blues, jazz, and classical music.