Frequently Asked Questions

Where does Mill City Church gather?
Mill City Church gathers on Sundays in two locations. We like to think of it as one House with two rooms. Our Remington Campus meets at 8:30, 10, and 11:30 a.m. at the University Center for the Arts (the old Fort Collins High School) located at 1400 Remington Street. Our Harmony Campus meets at 8:30 and 10 a.m. at the Colorado Early Colleges High School located at 4424 Innovation Drive.

Where did Mill City Church come from?
Mill City Church was planted by Aaron and Jossie Stern in 2012. They were sent with full support and blessing from New Life Church in Colorado Springs in 2011.

Mill City Church is a part of the church planting network, the Association of Related Churches.

Who are the leaders of Mill City Church?
Those considering investing their hearts, time, families, and finances in the building of a local church deserve to have confidence in church leadership. People are looking for leaders who conduct themselves with integrity and respect when making decisions that affect their lives, so…

WE ARE GUIDED BY PASTORS. The pastoral staff team is led by the Lead Pastor, Aaron Stern. This team oversees the day-to-day ministry and operations of the church. These staff pastors serve the congregation and are responsible for the development of the spiritual life of the church. The pastoral team serves as Staff Elders.

WE ARE PROTECTED BY TRUSTEES. The Trustees are five members of the congregation who oversee the finances and direct the provision of the facilities needed by the church. They provide counsel to the Lead Pastor and staff team regarding the major financial commitments of the church. The Trustees serve as Non-staff Elders.

WE ARE STRENGTHENED BY OVERSEERS. The Overseers are four pastors of respected congregations and ministries who love Mill City Church and are willing to provide spiritual protection to the church. They may be called in to help in accountability matters relating to the Lead Pastor if requested by the Pastors or Trustees. The Overseers serve as Apostolic Elders.

Your Remington Campus gathers in a Colorado State University facility; is that campus only for college students?
Mill City is a multigenerational church for people of all ages and stages of life.  We are a family of moms and dads, grandpas and grandmas, college students, singles, and couples with and without kids.  Mill City has children’s ministry for newborn through 5th grade every Sunday morning at both campuses, a ministry for middle and high school students, and City Groups for all ages.

What does the name “Mill City Church” mean?
In a wheat mill, a stalk of wheat enters, is transformed, and thus made useful to become other things. Likewise the Church is a place where people enter the community of faith and through the interactions within it (with Jesus and others) are transformed, and thus bless our city and the world.

Can you give me details about water baptism at Mill City Church?
Jesus instructs His followers to be water baptized as a public declaration of faith and a physical demonstration of a spiritual reality. We have a water baptism service three times a year towards the end of each semester. You can email baptism@millcitychurch.org to sign up, find out the next baptism date, or ask any further questions.

How can I support Mill City Church financially?
Gifts can be given directly to Mill City Church either online, via text (amount and MCC to 45888), by mail to P.O. Box 1753, Fort Collins, CO  80522, or in a Sunday gathering.

Mill City Church is incorporated in the state of Colorado and all gifts are tax-deductible.

Mill City Church is a fully accredited member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.

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