July 23, 2017

9:15 am

"The Shrimp Plant"

Romans 12:1-2

Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43


Click to download the July 2017 Central Connects

Worship - 9:15 am

Fellowship - 10:15 am

Christian Education - 10:45 am (September-May)

Iglesia Latina  Central De Longmont

Fellowship and Worship Service  in Spanish

               10:45 am -12:00 pm - Tiempo de convivencia

               11:15 am -12:00 pm - Programa para los niños

               12:00 pm - Servicio (Cuidado durante el culto para niños) Todos están invitados a participar en                                        un ambiente Familiar y Cristiano


              10:45 am -12:00 pm - Fellowship Time

              11:15 am -12:00 pm - Children’s Sunday School

              12:00 pm - Service (Children’s care available during the service) Everyone is invited to participate                                     in the Christian Family Fellowship

The Men's Wednesday Morning Bible Study

They are on break for the summer, and will resume at 6:45 am on September 6.

Mental Health First Aid Classes

Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that gives people the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.  Thanks to the generous support of The Colorado Health Foundation, we are able to offer this class (valued at $50 in Colorado) at no charge as part of the Supporting Action for Mental Health initiative with the City of Longmont, Mental Health Partners, and Longmont United Hospital. After completion of this class, you will receive a Mental Health First Aid Certification.

Wednesday, July 19, 8 am-5 pm

CENTRALongmont Presbyterian Church, 402 Kimbark St

Please RSVP to Lisa

Monday, July 31, 8 am-5 pm (1 hour break for lunch)

St. Vrain Community Hub, Longmont   Click here to Register

Youth Mental Health First Aid Class

Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) is a ground-breaking prevention program. The course teaches participants the risk factors and warning signs of a variety of mental health challenges that are common among adolescents and young adults. YMHFA is implemented around the U.S. and the world. Research has shown that the training enhances behavioral health literacy, reduces stigma, increases knowledge of professional and self-help resources, increases participants' confidence helping in a crisis situation, and improves behavioral health of participants.

Monday, July 17 & Tuesday, July 18 - 8 am - 12 pm

St. Vrain Community Hub, Longmont    Click here to Register