Never miss church…used to attend church…

never set foot in church.

Love Jesus…used to love Jesus…

just don’t know about Jesus. 

Bible is your daily companion…

Bible is on your coffee table…

Bible is your doorstop.

Whoever you are, 

Wherever you are in your faith journey,

We’ll come alongside you…to worship, to learn,

to join hands in working in the community.

Or you can simply be.  No pressure, no proselytizing.

You’re welcome here.

Celebration of Faith as Presbyterians  Affirming Diversity in the Presbyteries of Denver and Plains & Peaks

September 17 & 18, 2017

Guest Speaker: Dr. J. Herbert Nelson II

Stated Clerk of the Presbyterian Church (USA)

Please join us as we open doors to celebrate and affirm diversity in the Presbytery of Denver and the Presbytery of Plains and Peaks. We will celebrate God’s grace through diverse worship, music, culture, and food.

Sunday, September 17

10:00 am @ Peoples Presbyterian Church

Celebrating God’s Grace Through Worship

Dr. Nelson will preach

Sunday, September 17

Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church

3:00 pm – Celebration of Who We Are and Where We Are as PCUSA

Keynote by Dr. Nelson

3:30 pm – Q&A with Dr. Nelson

4:15 pm – Music Festival

5:30 pm – Koinonia Celebration Through Potluck Dinner

Monday, September 18 @ First Presbyterian Church of Aurora

Opening the Doors to Our Neighbors

8:00 am - Breakfast and Discussion on Sanctuary Movement with Dr. Nelson

Sponsored by Presbytery of Denver and Presbytery of Plains and Peaks.  For more information visit Denver Presbytery Website or contact Rev. Joe Mares (303-513-3680) or Rev. John Yu (512-699-7892)

If you would like to go to the Celebration of Who We Are and Where We Are as PCUSA on the afternoon of September 17, or the Monday, September 18 event in Aurora and would like to carpool, please signup in Fellowship Hall. If you are willing to drive and take extra passengers, please let us know by signing up in Fellowship Hall.

SUNDAYS @ 10:45 AM

Beginning September 24

Overflow Room

This is not a class that will push guilt, but rather encourage an understanding of what racism really is, how it exists today, and our role in it. We will study three different books. The first book is Waking up White by Debby Irving, our second book is Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson, and our third book is The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander. If you would like to order one, or all three books, please email Holly with the books you are interested in ordering. Reading the books is not required for the class, but is strongly recommended. Contact Tom Hoffman for more information.

Worship, Study, and Creativity

4-years through 5th grade

Begins after

“Time for Children”

at our 9:15 am worship

Mōfāth will return in September 17, 2017.

At CENTRALongmont...

our purpose is simple: to know Jesus and to bless our community.  It's foundational to everything else we do. It means taking Jesus at his word and doing our best to live accordingly. 

It's tough stuff. We're far from perfect in doing it. But we hang on to how Jesus summed it all up: Love God, love others, love yourself.

Today we Christians seem to be best known for our worst behavior--judging, criticizing, arguing, splintering. We here at CENTRALongmont are a diverse group, running the demographic gamut from young to old, the ideological spectrum from seriously conservative to seriously liberal. We don't agree on everything. But we do agree--no, we commit--to live and work and worship together as part of our witness to the community outside our doors that followers of Jesus can share a diversity of viewpoints yet still love and accept one another. We've chosen to do our best to leave partisan bickering behind to focus instead on loving God, loving others, and loving ourselves.  

It's why the banner hanging outside the front of our church says, "Whoever you are, wherever you are in your faith journey, we'll come alongside you...to worship, to learn, to join hands in working in the community. You are welcome here."

Our Purpose and Core Values

Mission at CENTRALongmont

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 Latino Ministry began as a conversation between several Latino families and CENTRALongmont members who have a heart for the growing Latino population in Longmont. Their vision is a reflection of the following core values:

  • Strong Christian families
  • Ensuring new believers are discipled
  • Raising Christian leaders
  • Growth in numbers and maturity
  • Community involvement – political and service
  • Multicultural unity
  • Serving the immigrant community

The form of church this new ministry is providing is very different from traditional Presbyterian ways of doing church. Sermons are interactive and services always end with a meal, which is the perfect place to break cultural barriers and create new relationships. The CENTRALongmont Latino Ministry is committed to creating a worshipping community that has an impact on our world. We want to serve our new immigrant population and be a community that welcomes new immigrants and trains them to be involved in the larger community.

We'd love to meet you!

Location: 402 Kimbark St., Longmont, CO

Phone: 303-776-6833

After Hours Emergency Number: 303-378-8511

Email: info@centralongmont.net

Sunday Worship: 9:15 am  |  Christian Education: 10:45 am

Latino Worship Service:  Sundays at 12 pm