3783 Bella Rosa Parkway (WCR20)

Frederick, CO 80504

Office (303) 776-1578 Fax: (303) 776-5030

Frequently Asked Questions


  • What do I wear for church?  

Come as you are! You’ll be welcome no matter what.


  • What if my baby cries or my kids are noisy?

We love kids at Rinn Church and that means that we love their wiggling too.  They are more than welcome in worship, but if you would like, we have a clean, bright Cry Room right behind the sanctuary.  We also have a clean, staffed nursery for kiddos ages 0-4. It is located in the northwest corner of the building. There are two safe sanctuary trained adults (the Program the United Methodist Church uses to help train and certify people who work with Children and Vulnerable Adults) present in the nursery at all times. We ask for you to sign your children in, if there is an issue, we can text you so we don't have to interrupt worship. Otherwise, we offer a fantastic and popular children’s church and Sunday School program.  There are also crayons and pictures for kids to color in the sanctuary. Essentially, there are many options for your children to be a part of the life of Rinn Church!


  • Can I take communion if I am not a member?

Holy Communion (a.k.a. the Eucharist, the Mass or the Lord’s Supper) is served once a month and practiced openly at Rinn Church.  We believe that as Christ’s sacrifice was made for all, his table is open to anyone wishing a deeper connection with his grace and church.  We generally receive communion by intinction, which means you’ll dip a small piece of bread into the chalice (we use unfermented grape juice rather than wine to be inclusive of kids and folks with an aversion to alcohol. We also use hand sanitizer as to not spread germs).


  • What do I do if I've not been baptized?

No worries, you are welcome no matter what. But we hope that you would feel God moving in your heart and feel led to become a full part of our faith community. If so, talk with Pastor Bryson!  He is a church nerd and gets overly excited about such conversations.


  • What do you believe?

Methodists believe that God created all things and loves creation very much.  We believe God was incarnate and revealed uniquely through Jesus Christ, who continues to be active in our lives through the Holy Spirit.  We believe we are saved through faith in Christ, which motivates us to pursue holiness of heart and life, individually and within our community.

We claim the Bible as our primary authority. It is the greatest story in all the universe and history, but we believe we can be flexible in interpreting for our time and context. Specifically, we view it using the other three lenses of the “Wesleyan Quadrilateral” (tradition, reason and experience), which help us affirm its narrative or translate it for our world today. Finally, we believe diversity is a good thing and that we can learn from one another.  In essential matters of faith we strive for unity, in matters of opinion we extend liberty, and in everything we endeavor to love as God loved us.


  • Where can I get more information about the United Methodist Church, its ministries, and its beliefs?

If you would like to know more about our denomination, its history and its local conference organizations, we advise the following Websites. You can also chat with Pastor Bryson. He took classes on this stuff and would love to make the time and effort he spent worthwhile!


The Rocky Mountain Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church - www.rmcumc.org

The United Methodist Church - www.umc.org 

United Methodist Global Missions - www.umcmissions.org

The United Methodist Reporter News Service - www.unitedmethodistreporter.com

History of the United Methodist Church and Wesleyan Movements- www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Methodist_Church

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