1500 9th Ave Longmont CO     

         303-776-4940              

Community Matters!

In accordance with the executive order of the Governor, in person Office hours have been reduced.  Please continue to be in touch by email or phone (email preferred) with information to share, questions, or requests and someone will get back to you asap.

Your understanding and patience are appreciated as we live into this new frontier of necessary precautions and wellness measures. 

Worship Service is every Sunday at

10:15 AM

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If you missed Sunday's service ...

We post a mostly weekly podcast of our Sunday sermons and scripture. See the player below to download or simply play our last service. 


OUR LATEST SERMON:

 

October 25th, 2020

This Worship Service was Stewardship Sunday. We are joined by Rev. Sarah as we reflect upon gifts, community and the bond that we all hold to the ministries and missions active within UCC Longmont.

OUR RECENT SERMONS:

 

October 18th, 2020

This Sunday's Worship was New Member Sunday. We are joined by Rev. Sarah as welcome in several new members to our congregation. Rev. Sarah reflects on the value and purpose of community in these trying times.

 

October 11th, 2020

This week we are joined by Rev. Amelia and Jennifer Peck. We revisit the story of the Loaves and Fishes through the perspective of a child. We reflect on what it means to able and inclusive.

 

October 4th, 2020

In this week's service we are joined by Rev. Sarah and Rev. Amelia as we share in the gift of community. Fittingly in these times in which we all gather remotely we celebrate World Communion Sunday.

 

September 27th, 2020

In this week's service we are joined by Rev. Amelia on Community Faith Formation Sunday. She reflects upon what community and faith look like in these times where so many of us are experiencing church from their homes. We see how community still plays a role even when we are not regularly meeting in person.