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Welcome to Heart of Longmont First United Methodist Church
At Heart of Longmont, we believe strongly that the creation of a flexible and durable faith calls for a balance between heart and head. A living and dynamic faith calls on the Holy Spirit to inform and enliven us as we engage the realities of everyday life. Our task is to bring the Biblical witness to our own unique experiences, tempered by our ability to evaluate and process both authoritative sources and the needs of an increasingly diverse culture and world. To this end we have embraced the identity of Heart of Longmont as the thinking-person’s church, “Where faith and reason are compatible”.
The Chancel Choir and Bell Choir will be off during the summer. This means that the special music segment of the service is available in July and August for all congregation members to participate. Please consider enhancing our worship service by singing a solo (or a duet) or playing an instrument to the glory of […]
The following is the text from Reverend Dave Lillie’s final sermon at the Heart of Longmont: In 1978, the New Mexico Lobo basketball team was ranked #4 in the nation and as the NCAA tournament started, were favored to make it to the Final Four. However, upsets happen. The following year, the head coach, runner-up […]
Sometimes people come into your life and you know right away that they were meant to be there, to serve some sort of purpose, teach you a lesson, or to help you figure out who you are or who you want to become. You never know who these people may be (possibly your roommate, […]
Our unique system of deploying clergy has its roots in the earliest days of Methodism. John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, preached up to 40,000 sermons in his lifetime. He was an “itinerant” preacher, traveling from town to town in England, setting up Methodist societies. “John Wesley believed that itinerant preachers […]