Sunday Worship

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Sixth Sunday of Easter - May 22nd at 9:00am

 


Attend in person following our health safety proceduresor watch Live Streaming Services or Service Archives

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For people without T-Coil enabled hearing aids, wireless hearing devices are provided


Join us for Table Talk after worship on most Sundays

Join us each week for lively discussions covering a wide variety of topics affecting us locally and globally.

We are seeking your preferences for our upcoming Table Talk presentations/discussions. Please help us prioritize the following three of the 15 Lutheran Theological Social Statements (click on each to learn more):

The deadline is May 22 to indicate your anonymous preferences on our online feedback form or check the boxes on a paper survey on the narthex sign-up table.  Thanks for your valuable feedback.

Please subscribe to our weekly eNews to find out what Table Talk topics are scheduled...suggestions for topics are always welcome!


Sunday School
Join us on Sundays at 9:00 AM (ages 3 through 5th grade)

Children accompany their parents to church. Following the children's sermon by the pastor, they go downstairs to participate in fun and inspiring activities that complement each Sunday's lesson. They return to their families in the sanctuary for Holy Communion. Learn more about the Sunday School activities such as music, stories, prayers, crafts and games.

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Sunday Morning Nursery care remains canceled at this time.

Grace is for Everyone....

Because we believe with Jesus that God’s grace is truly amazing, we are committed to welcoming all people to this place,
no matter where you come from,
no matter what age, race, socio-economic or family status,
no matter what gender identity or sexual orientation,
no matter what your faith tradition or theological beliefs.
Grace is for everyone or it isn’t grace. 
It's that simple. It's that amazing.


In the spirit of the Reformation, Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church continually seeks meaningful ways of expressing our commitment to the life and teachings of Jesus. We do this by…

  • welcoming all people to full participation in our community of faith.
  • recognizing there are many ways to God.
  • striving to be compassionate toward all of creation.
  • aspiring to live what we believe.
  • respecting diversity of thought and opinion.
  • working for peace and justice for all people and all creation.
  • committing ourselves to serving others. 

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Contact Us by email or phone 970-668-6809 with your emotional, spiritual, physical and prayer needs.


The new LOTM Pictorial Directory is live and you want to be in it! We'd love to help you view and update your contact info and photos. It's easy to find on our website:

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What’s Happening

Sign up for our weekly "LOTM eNews" email to get news of LOTM and community events, and more details about the following calendar events:

Celebrate Our Graduates! - Sunday, May 22 worship service. Send us your graduate's name, relationship to you, their school, course of study or degree, and future plans

Vigil for the People of Buffalo, NY - Sunday, May 22nd (4-5P) @ Father Dyer United Methodist Church, 310 Wellington Road, Breckenridge. Summit Interfaith Council Event.

LOTM'S Annual Cleanup Day - Saturday, June 11th, 9AM-1:00PM). Come lend a hand and help keep our church clean and in good repair! Lunch will be provided for all helpers.

Monthly

Outreach - Second Offering Sunday - on the second Sunday of each month LOTM collects a second offering to support a deserving non-profit. For May our recipient is Blue River Horse Center

Church Council and Church Leaders Meeting - Tuesday, June 14    . Access monthly Meeting Minutes.

Weekly

Bible Study - Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30am, weekly Zoom meetings led by Pastor Kate Davidson. To participate, contact Ron Gebhardtsbauer through the church office. On spring break now - resuming on June 29th.

Yak & Yarn - Thursdays, 4:00-6:00pm, weekly Zoom meetings

Son Seekers - Fridays, at 10:00am - Snowshoe Hikes are finished for 2022 - watch for summer hiking schedule coming soon 
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 Please Share Your Stories 

To provide comfort and inspiration to others please write or call us about experiences or acts of kindness you know of. We will share your submissions via our “Stories of Hope” blog and/or our weekly eNews.

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Weekly LOTM eNews < Click the most recent issue to see dates, times, and descriptions of

  • Worship Services - Sermon topics
  • Educational Programs/Classes - Children and Adults, Vacation Bible School
  • What's Happening - Events and Announcements
  • Activities - Join in for Fun and Fellowship
  • Outreach - Be a part of caring for our congregation, the community, and the world
  • ...and MUCH MORE...

Subscribe to our weekly eNews - stay up to date!

Vision

Vision

Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church is an open, welcoming and affirming community, fulfilling God’s vision of a world where peace, love, and justice become a reality for all. (Adopted by the congregation 2018)
Welcome

Welcome

We rejoice that diversity in God's creation enriches, nurtures and challenges our life and ministry as followers of Jesus and as servants in the world.

Because we believe with Jesus that God’s grace is truly amazing, we are committed to welcoming all people to this place… no matter where you come from, no matter what age, race, socio-economic or family status, no matter what gender identity or sexual orientation, no matter what your faith tradition or theological beliefs.

Grace is for everyone or it isn’t grace. It’s that simple. It’s that amazing.

Mission

Mission

In the spirit of the Reformation, Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church continually seeks meaningful ways of expressing our commitment to the life and teachings of Jesus. We do this by…

  • welcoming all people to full participation in our community of faith.
  • recognizing there are many ways to God.
  • striving to be compassionate toward all of creation.
  • aspiring to live what we believe.
  • respecting diversity of thought and opinion.
  • working for peace and justice for all people and all creation.
  • committing ourselves to serving others.