A Faith Community that Reaches Out From the Heart


The goal of our outreach ministry is compassionate outreach. 
We are deeply committed to intentionally planning and organizing ways
to reach out to the world and our community, both with our "second offering"
received the last Sunday of each month, as well as "hands-on" service.   
These efforts help support local, statewide and world-wide needs. 

LOTM is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) that gives
a minimum of 5% of its regular annual budget to the world-wide ministry of the ELCA.  

LOTM operates a "Day Services Center" right out of our church building.
We offer laundry, showers, internet access and telephone to those in our community
who may be homeless or do not have access to those kinds of services.  A pot of soup or other light lunch is usually available. 
The center is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons.  However, special arrangments can be made
to come at other times and days, particularly for the laundry services.   Volunteers staff the center during its operating hours. 

See our "Second Offering" Program and Recipients
Click here
to go to a page that features our second offering recpients.
In addition
to budgeted funds LOTM receives a "second offering" the 4th Sunday of each month. 
These offerings help support numerous organizations locally, regionally and internationally.
In 2008 this totaled more than $45,000; in 2009 over $25,000; in 2010 over $72,000; in 2011 over $25.900; in 2012 over $35,000..

We are deeply committed to "hands-on" servanthood in many ways. 
Some of the recipients of our Second Offering include:

*Support for an orphanage and senior center in Jeremie, Haiti;
Food Bank and Family Intercultural Resource Center in Summit County
*Community Care Clinic in Summit County
*La Puente Home in Alamosa, Colorado
*Co-sponsor a weekly Community Dinner in Silverthorne, Colorado
that averages well over 250 people.
*Dillion Valley Elementary School Student Support Program
 Domus Paces of Summit County
Street Reach Program in Denver, Colorado
*Building homes in Manchay, Peru
*Timberline Adult Day Care Center
*Cambodian Water Wells Project

Donations to the Food Bank (FIRC) are always welcomed
and can be placed in the receptacle in the narthex. 

Special needs are diapers, peanut butter and tuna.  Cash is always welcomed. 
Your check, made out to LOTM and noted "FIRC" on the memo line,
can be placed in the offering or sent in to the church.
Checks can be designated to any of the above organizations.