• Advent

    Wednesdays | November 30, December 7, 14, 21 | 6:30pm

    This year’s Advent theme, “From Darkness to Light,” continues our emphasis on light as we are Shining Lights For Jesus. Advent means “coming,” and we enjoy extra time to worship and prepare for the coming of Jesus, our Light amidst the darkness of this world. Join us on Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm for Holden Evening Prayer and refreshments following the service.

    Advent Wednesday | December 7

    Live Stream of Advent Services

  • Active Seniors Luncheon

    Thursday, December 8 | 10:30am

    Our Seniors' Luncheon and Program is Thursday, December 8 at 10:30am. Please join us to hear our ELC children sing, for a carol sing-along, and for a "Santa Surprise.”

  • Breakfast with Baby

    Saturday, December 10

    The November Breakfast with Baby served 60 people from 22 families (several new families), from as far away as Estes Park and Castle Rock! Items wanted for Saturday December 10 event: unscented Newborn & Size 6 diapers, wipes, 24-mo. boys & 2T girls winter clothes. Set-up is at 7:30am. Assistance in setting up, serving breakfast, visiting with the guests and helping them shop is always appreciated. Thanks for continuing to bless this ministry!

  • Son & reins christmas celebration

    saturday, december 10 | 1:30-4pm |

    You are invited to celebrate Christmas at the Son and Reins Ministry on Saturday, December 10 from 1:30 to 4:00pm in Franktown. There will be Christmas Carols, hot chocolate and hot cider as well as a fun and unique opportunity to decorate a horse for Christmas! Learn about their ministry and cozy up to the fire and decorate your own Christmas cookie. Please RSVP by December 5 by texting Sharron at 720-237-1235. It is optional to bring Christmas cookies to share. Address is 2401 S. Tarryall Way, Franktown, CO. 

  • Congressional Voters' Assembly

    Sunday, December 11  |  12:15pm  |  Sanctuary

    Please plan to attend our next voter assembly meeting on Sunday, December 11, 2022 at 12:15pm in the Sanctuary to discuss and vote on the proposed 2023 budget and other church business. You may pick up your budget summary on the counter in the Sanctuary's Welcome Center. 

  • ELC Christmas Program

    Thursday, December 15  |  5pm  |  Gym

    Shepherd's ELC invites you to their Christmas program: "Shining Lights of CHRISTmas" Thursday, December 15 at 5pm in the Gym. The staff and children will shine their lights for Jesus in Scripture and song, as they point us to characters in the Christmas story who were also shining lights for Jesus! 

  • Sunday School Christmas Program

    Sunday, December 18 | 10:45am | Gym

    Did Mary really ride a donkey to Bethlehem? Was there really an innkeeper? What’s a Herald Angel? Come hear the youth and children of our congregation on Sunday, December 18 at 10:45am as they learn what the Bible really says about the birth of our Savior in this year’s Christmas Program, “So What’s the Real Story?”. We hope you can join us!

  • christmas Worship

    Join us as we celebrate the birth of our Savior! 

    "For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord" Luke 2:11

    Saturday, December 24 | Christmas Eve:

    3pm  |  Traditional Worship in the Sanctuary (Live-streamed)

    5pm  |  Contemporary Worship in the Gym (Live-streamed)

    7pm  |  Traditional Worship in the Sanctuary

    11pm  |  Christmas Vigil in the Sanctuary with Holy Communion

    Sunday, December 25 | Christmas Day:

    10am  |  Traditional Worship in the Sanctuary with Holy Communion (Live-streamed)

  • The Giving Tree

    Beginning November 27

    Our Giving trees collect items for Rowan House (Fleece Navidad) and Salvation Army (Angel Tree). Angel Tree gift items (unwrapped) are due Sunday, December 4 and Fleece Navidad items are due (wrapped) by December 11. Thank you for your continued support of those in need.

  • Used Eye Glasses

    Another 48 pair of eyeglasses have been collected. The eyeglasses have been delivered to the Lions Club and will be distributed to those in need throughout the world. Since 2010, you have donated 1661pair of eyeglasses. Used hearing aids are also collected and given to the Sertoma organization. Your contributions are a blessing to many! Thank You!