1500 9th Ave Longmont CO     


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No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey...YOU ARE WELCOME HERE! 

In keeping with the life and teachings of Christ Jesus, we joyfully and unconditionally welcome all people of any age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, culture, ability, or sexual orientation into our community of faith and affirm the worth of all people as unique individuals made in God's image. We are open to the special gifts that each person brings and invite each one to participate in the life of our church.​​​​​​​

We understand that you may have questions and we would love to hear them. Feel free to reach out to us with anything you need.


Our office hours are:

9am - 12pm Monday through Friday 


Email our office at: office@ucclongmont.org

Looking to join a ministry group? Email our office and we can help get you more information!

Discerning Christ's Way  

We see Jesus as a model of human wholeness and responsibility. Within our congregation, there are diverse understandings about salvation, but a common understanding that our actions tell more about our faith than what we say we believe.  Christians are people who say they are Christians and who try to live their lives following Christ's example of love, compassion, wisdom and responsibility.

The Community Covenant is a written agreement that guides how people will treat one another. It states clearly how people will behave with each other in the spirit of Christian love even when conflicts inevitably arise. It states what God is calling the group to do and how the group will conduct itself. The Community Covenant outlines the expectations that members of the group can depend on regarding interactions with one another while living out its faith in loving, respectful ways.

Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity. Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. – Colossians 3:12-17

To access our full printable Community Covenant document, please click here.

Our Child Protection Policy

UCC Longmont believes in the belovedness of each person. We seek to provide a safe space for people of all ages to experience God. As part of this commitment, we have a Child Protection Policy that guides our ministry with children and families. To access our fully printable Child Protection Policy, please click here.



Children's Ministry


On the first Sunday of the month, which is communion Sunday, children will stay in worship with their families.  On these Sundays, the worship service will be designed with our youngest worshippers in mind, giving us all a chance to learn and grow together.


Families are always welcome to worship together!  Any younger children who wish to stay in worship with their parents are welcome and included.  Green bags with activities for young worshippers are provided every Sunday.


If you have any questions about Spark!, Sunday School, Children’s Church or other ministries for families, please contact Amelia Richardson Dress  




Our church is blessed to have a talented group of choral musicians who participate in worship weekly September through May.

The choir's program years also includes several special music Sundays including Christmas and Easter programs that feature guest musicians and praise God through amazing music. 

All are welcome to join the choir! 

Rehearsals: Thursdays 7:15-9pm and Sundays 9-10am

Safe Space 

In 2009, in keeping with the vision of our church and our dedication to inclusion, our church leaders adopted a policy committing to create and maintain a community in which members, friends, staff and volunteers can worship and work together in an atmosphere free of all forms of discrimination, harassment, exploitation or intimidation.  

Our Vision

We believe that, as part of the body of Christ, we are called to Extend the Reach of Christ inwardly within each individual and outwardly to others within our congregation, local community and world by:


Continuously striving to better understand God's will as made known to us through Jesus Christ, the scriptures and revelations of the Holy Spirit.


Actively ministering to the spiritual and other needs of all our brothers and sisters.


Being faithful stewards of all of God's creation.


What We Believe

We gather as God’s people to discern Christ’s way, seek social justice, and discover the holy.

Together we are a community of believers. What does that mean, the word community? We believe that together in fellowship we grow closer to God and one another. The bible speaks about iron sharpening iron.