schedule of events

Season of Peace is an opportunity to explore God’s call on each of us to be peacemakers.  Through adult education classes, special worship, Bible study, film screenings, and a workshop, we can learn from the peacework of others as we nurture our own commitment to being instruments of God’s peace.  We invite you to learn more about these special events at the links below. To learn more about the Christian education classes coming this fall, please see our Faith Formation page for more details.

  • Sermon Series on 1 John

    Adult Education w/Pastor David, Sanctuary, 10:30 a.m.

    Perspectives on Peace and Peacemaking: Sep 3: Henri Nouwen | Sep 10: Alice Walker | Sep 17: Sarah Augustine | Sep 24: Oscar Romero

  • native american day, september 20

    As we continue our Season of Peace, we encourage you to set aside some time to observe Native American Day on September 20.  We invite you to choose an activity to learn more about the history or honor the culture of the Native Americans from Colorado.  Pastor David offers some suggestions at this link.

  • international day of peace, september 21

    Service of Worship for Peace and Reconciliation

    This service has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 12 at 7:00 pm in our Sanctuary.

  • world communion sunday, october 1

    Peace and Global Witness Offering

  • earth care sunday, october 8

    Earth Care as Peacemaking

  • Adult Education with Jennifer Haratsaris & Pastor David, Sanctuary, 10:30 a.m

    Screening of The Letter: Laudato Si' (Pt. 1, October 8 & Pt. 2, October 15)

    The Letter tells the story of five environmental activists invited to Rome to discuss with Pope Francis the encyclical Laudato Si’, in which the Pope encourages all humanity to see that how we treat the earth reflects how we treat each other.

  • indigenous peoples' day, October 9-10

  • CROP hunger Walk, october 22

    CENTRALongmont hosts this year's Boulder County CROP Hunger Walk on Sunday, October 22.  The fight to end hunger continues, in our community and around the world.

  • Saturday, Nov. 4, 1:00 p.m.  Longmont Museum Edwards Auditorium.  Screening of At the River followed by a Q & A and Panel Discussion.  At The River tells the story of a handful of Presbyterian ministers in the deep south during the Civil Rights era who dared speak out against segregation and white supremacy—and the price they and their congregations paid for doing so.

  • This workshop has been postponed until Spring 2024.  Stay tuned.

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