WHO WE ARE
Nestled in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Timberline Lodge Bible School and Discipleship Program offer practical, Christ-centered Bible teaching, small group discipleship, and two mission trips included in tuition. We are located 15 minutes from Winter Park Ski Resort, and run an 8-month course for those seeking an opportunity to grow in Christ and become grounded in the Word of God.
5 AREAS OF FOCUS
Meet weekly in a small group with a staff member who is excited to invest in your life through the Word of God and relationship
Live closely with fellow believers who want to know Jesus better and glorify Him in every aspect of their lives.
Engage in Christ-empowered ministry through local outreach to bring the good news of Jesus to people locally and around the world.
Explore the rugged Colorado outdoors as you and your classmates discover Christian principles through adventure.
1st Semester Highlights
Old Testament and Topical Studies
Men's and Women's Retreat
Moab Adventure Week
Thanksgiving Family Retreat
O.E.S.F (Outdoor Education for Spiritual Formation)
Local Outreach and Urban Missions Trip
2nd Semester Highlights
New Testament and Topical Studies
Hosting Youth Groups on Campus
Spring Community Camping Trip
Local Outreach and Cross-Cultural Missions Trip
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Dates & Fees
Approximate Breakdown of Fees
Class Fees, Room & Board,
and misc fees: $11,831.00
Missions Trips (Local, Urban,
and Cross-Cultural): $2,000.00
Early Enrollment Discount for 2021 - 2022 Program
Dates for 2020 - 2021
First Semester Start Date (Arrival Day): September 9th between 10:00am - 3:00pm
Dates for 2021 - 2022
First Semester Start Date (Arrival Day): September 8th
"Exchange Rate" Scholarship for Canadians
Contact us to learn more about our "Exchange Rate" scholarship for qualifying Canadians. This scholarships aims to provide help to those with a financial need because of the current US to Canadian dollar exchange rate.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get to and from Denver International Airport
Timberline provides transportation for all trips and programs for the Bible school, however, students are required to arrange their own transportation to/from the airport for school breaks and arrival days at Timberline. (Our Fall missions trip concludes at the end of the first semester, so students are transported to the Denver airport, and will be able to fly home from there or from the city where the Fall missions trip was hosted - typically New York City)
Home James Transportation provides daily service from Denver International Airport to Fraser. On arrival days, Timberline collects students from the drop-off location in Fraser. See their website for more information: www.ridehj.com regarding shuttle schedules. Amtrak also provides daily train service to Fraser.
What is taught in the classroom
Over fifteen books of the Bible and topical studies typically including: Genesis, Joshua, Judges, 1st Samuel, 1st Kings, Ezra, Job, Psalms, Ecclesiastes, Isaiah, Minor Prophets, Mark, Acts, Romans, Corinthians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, Timothy, Hebrews, James, Revelation, Trinity, Evangelism, Youth Ministry, How to Study the Bible, and Feasts of Israel.
Is the Bible School accredited
As an eight-month Bible school, we are not regionally accredited, however, there is a growing list of Christian colleges that will allow students to transfer up to fifteen credit hours for studies completed here. Some examples are: Columbia International University, SC http/www.ciu.edu/; Crown College, MN: http://www.crown.edu/; Oak Hills Christian College, MN: http://www.oakhills.edu/; and Colorado Christian University, CO http://www.ccu.edu/. We are currently pursuing more opportunities for credit transfer.
What are the meals like
Meals are included with tuition. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided for the full length of the program. Students typically enjoy a continental breakfast, family-style lunch and dinner. Most weeks, students pack a bag lunch for their outreach day.
What should I pack
Bedding: (available to rent)
Dorm Rooms (storage space)
Student Body Size
Our maximum number of students is 38.
Taste and See
Students are welcome to bring a vehicle to school. Students must provide Timberline with a copy of their car key for the plowing team. Transport to/from all Timberline programming is provided as well as a weekly town/laundry shuttle and a weekly shuttle to the ski resort. (in the winter)
An additional fee is required for students requiring a special diet (gluten/dairy free etc.) See the financial agreement form for details.
Students enjoy a 3-4 week Christmas break immediately following the Fall missions trip. Students are required to be away from campus over break. See the Dates and Fees section for specifics.
International students will work with our registrar and our immigration attorney to obtain a visa for their time of study in the United States. Please email our registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
WiFi is available to students in the main lodge. Because of our location, our wireless internet speeds are not as fast as many students from more urban areas are used to.
Can guests visit
Absolutely! Students are permitted to host guests in their dorm room up to 5 nights at a time. We also gave guest rooms available at a discounted rate for friends and family of current students.
Is it possible to register early
An early commitment is advised because slots generally begin to fill in January. Timberline offers an early registration incentive each year. See the "Dates and Fees" page.