1500 9th Ave Longmont CO     


Worship Service is every Sunday at

10:15 AM


Participation options for worship now include YouTube.  As a platform, YouTube provides enhanced sound and visual quality.  Whether it is on your TV or tablet or phone, give it a try! Our Youtube Channel also acts as an archive for full service videos. Take a look at these instructions on how to subscribe and view our channel. 


  • Open YouTube (youtube.com)
  • Search for "UCC Longmont" OR go there directly with this link
  • The "UCC Longmont" channel will pop up - press the Subscribe button
  • Look in the "UCC Longmont" channel to watch past services 'on-demand' and upcoming services 'live'.
  • Once you've subscribed, "UCC Longmont" will be available anytime in your Subscriptions list.


If you having issues please take a look at our full guide. To access it click here! 


Interested in joining our Virtual Worship Service via Zoom?

You can access our link to join after completing a quick Virtual Friendship Pad. Doors virtually "open" at 9:50 AM on Sundays, with Worship Service beginning at 10:15 AM. 

Do you want to listen to a previous sermon, but you don't see it listed below? Visit our Soundcloud and view our previous tracks. Click the button below to view our page! 


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. 



September 12th, 2021


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stand in the presence of God? In this podcast we are joined by Rev. Sarah as we begin a new sermon series that connects the theme of "Be a Blessing" and Biblical Prophets. Together we'll explore the blessing of "Being Guided."




September 5th, 2021


Parker Palmer says, "Vocation does not mean a goal that I pursue, it means a calling that I hear." What calling is speaking to you, amidst the vast needs of the world? This week we are joined by Rev. Amelia as we reflect on this question.


August 29th, 2021


This week we close our sermon series on blessing with the priestly blessing taught to the Hebrew people as they prepared to leave Mt. Sinai. With this framework of "blessings for the journey," we'll think about how blessings are a practice of resilience in times of transition.


August 22nd, 2021


This week we continue our series on blessings. We take a look at a classic blessing which helps lay the foundation for us to look at blessings from a different perspective.