Amos 7:7-17

Colossians 1:3-14

July 14, 2019

9:15 am


click here for the 7/14/19 announcements

Worship - 9:15 am

Fellowship - 10:15 am

Adult Christian Education - 10:45 am

Iglesia Latina  Central de Longmont

Fellowship and Worship Service  in Spanish

               10:15 am - Servicio (Cuidado durante el culto para niños) Todos están invitados a participar en               un ambiente Familiar y Cristiano


Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 9 am to noon, 1 pm to 4 pm


“Why I Came Here”

Community Forum

July 17, August 21, September 18 @ 7:00 pm

Longmont Senior Center (910 Longs Peak Ave) 

Hosted by the We Are All Immigrants Circle

  • Wednesday, July 17 - Gladis Casas Ibarra, a DACA recipient and advocate from Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC)
  • Wednesday, August 21 - Jocabed Gallegos will talk about the recent historical context for migration from and through Mexico plus the current immigrant experience in Agua Prieta
  • Wednesday, September 18 - Speakers TBD! 

For more information email Erin Foley


Experience Life on the Border

Mission Trip to Frontera de Cristo

October 5-11, 2019

Everyone is invited to join the We’re All Immigrants CENTRALcircle on this trip to Frontera de Cristo. 

  • Form relationships with our US and Mexican brothers and sisters
  • Build understanding of our spiritual, political, and economic connections across borders
  • Understand the realities of life on the border
  • Share your talents or gifts and discover new abilities

Some of the things we will do include:

  • Worship with our brothers and sisters at Lily of the Valley Presbyterian Church in Agua Prieta
  • Learn Café Justo's story and tour their facility in Agua Prieta
  • Visit CAME, the Migrant Shelter
  • Talk with Border Patrol Agents in Douglas, AZ

Estimated Cost: $800-$1,000 per participant, scholarships are available.

Contact Donna Ferrey for more information.

For more information about Frontera de Cristo visit their website at http://fronteradecristo.org/


Earn Dollars for CENTRALongmont

Every Time You Shop at King Soopers

CENTRALongmont has enrolled in King Soopers new Community Rewards Program. By linking your King Soopers rewards card to Central Presbyterian Church a percentage of your purchase will automatically go to the church.

To Use the King Soopers Rewards Program follow these steps to enroll:

  • Sign in to your King Soopers online account - If you've never set one up before you'll need to create one.  Creating an account will require some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card.
  • Under the "Save" tab, click on "King Soopers Community Rewards"
  • Click "Enroll Now"
  • Search for and select Central Presbyterian Church (NT285)
  • It's that simple! A percentage of all your purchases will go directly to Central Presbyterian Church.  Share this with all friends and family that shop at King Soopers.

If you have any questions, please contact Donna Ferrey in the church office.


Quick Community Service:  Bright & Early Tuesday Mornings! 

The Day Laborer Outreach (aka "Burrito Ministry") is looking for additional volunteers to help deliver burritos to businesses that employ day laborers in construction, traffic work, and other tough jobs. Many of those served are struggling not only with food instability but also with health issues, lack of housing, and other issues. Giving them a hot breakfast to start their day is a simple and cheerful blessing on all sides. The summer months are a lovely time to get involved! 


Where/When: Meet in the church parking lot, every Tuesday, 5:25 am

click here to sign up


Café Justo - Caffeine with a Conscience

CENTRALongmont Church will place orders for coffee from Café Justo, at a price of $10/lb or $40/5lbs. Place your order at the Information Desk in the Fellowship Hall after Sunday service, or online via this form

The Benefits of Buying Café Justo

  • The coffee is organically grown, is delicious, and a good value
  • ALL revenues go to the grower’s Cooperative in Chiapas
  • It allows the coffee farmers to remain in their homeland.
  • The Café Justo drinker helps support development of new spin-off jobs and economic development south of the border.  
  • By allowing co-op members to stay home and earn a "just wage," Café Justo addresses the double tragedies of families split apart by migration to the United States and of migrants dying in the desert trying to get here.

Click here for more information about Café Justo