The Agua Prieta Mission Team is Home and Ready to Share Their Stories


Sundays, November 17 & 24 @ 10:45 am


November 17 - Tom Hoffman

Immigration on the Border

in the Overflow Room


November 24 - Erin Foley

What is Frontera de Cristo doing?

in the Choir Room

Café Justo

CENTRALongmont will place orders for coffee from Café Justo at a price of $10/lb or $40/5lbs.  Place your order on the signup sheet in the Fellowship Hall, 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

Mark Adams and Miriam Maldonado

Mark Adams and Miriam Maldonado are mission co-workers with the Presbyterian Border Ministry in Agua Prieta, Mexico, where Mark has served since 1998. As US coordinator of the bi-national ministry, Frontera de Cristo, Mark is responsible, in partnership with Jocabed Gallegos, Mexican Coordinator of Frontera de Cristo, for the coordination of the six ministry areas of Frontera de Cristo.   Miriam connects people and organizations across borders and serves as a liaison of Frontera de Cristo with the Center for Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation and Recuperation (CRREDA in Spanish), DouglaPrieta Trabaja and the Lirio de los Valles Presbyterian Church. She works with DouglaPrieta to help the rehabilitation centers and families of the church, community and schools grow their own food, increasing their nutrition possibilities and connection to God’s creation and one another. 


go to Frontera de Cristo's website

Day Labor Outreach

Volunteers Needed to Distribute Burritos


A dedicated team distributes warm breakfast burritos every Tuesday morning to day workers at five Longmont locations.   Join us for outreach! - This is a 30-45 minute commitment every Tuesday morning @ 5:30 am. We gather at CENTRALongmont, pray, split into teams, and deliver burritos/make new friends. Sign up here.


Help Make burritos! - This is a 2 hour commitment about every 6 weeks. We gather to cook, assemble burritos, and clean! We even have fun catching up on what's happening in our lives. We make about 250 burritos each time.

For more info contact Donna Ferrey, or Erin Foley

Mission Opportunities

Round Pantry @ Westview

Items Needed:  CEREAL or  BREAKFAST FOODS  |  SHELF-STABLE PROTEIN  |  PASTA or RICE “SIDES”  |  CANNED VEGETABLES

If you have questions about the Round Pantry or want to sign up to volunteer, please email Nancy Huriaeik

Drop donations at Westview Presbyterian Church, 1500 Hover St., Longmont. 


The Round Pantry @ Westview, a food bank for anyone needing food assistance, is open 2-7 pm the 2nd and 4th Tuesday each month.

They are located at 1500 Hover St., Longmont.

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance


To make a donation for hurricane relief, designate gifts to DR000194.


Give by phone, call 800-872-3283

Give online, visit: https://pma.pcusa.org/donate/make-a-gift/gift-info/DR000194/

Mail checks with "DR000194" on the memo line to:

Presbyterian Church (USA)

PO Box 643700

Pittsburgh, PA 15264


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“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change, though the mountains shake in the heart of the sea.”—Psalm 46:1–2


Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (USA) to witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by crisis and catastrophic events.


Presbyterian Disaster Assistance

  • Focuses on the long-term recovery of disaster impacted communities
  • Provides training and disaster preparedness for presbyteries and synods.
  • Works collaboratively with church partners and members of the ACT Alliance (Action by Churches together) internationally, and nationally with other faith based responders.
  • Connects partners locally and internationally with key organizations active in the response -- United Nations, NVOAD (National Voluntary Agencies Active in Disaster), World Food Program, Red Cross, FEMA and others.