Celebrating the Risen Lord in Our Mountain Community
Stations of the Nativity: Pandemic Version
As we look ahead to Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany, instead of mourning what we cannot do, we are choosing to embrace this Covid year and make it memorable. For the first time, we are exploring the Stations of the Nativity and inviting people to creatively engage a piece of the story and share in worship a painting, drawing, song, poem, meditative reflection, skit, puppet show on one of the Stations. For a list of Stations and scripture go here: Stations of the Nativity:Pandemic Version.
Established in 1997, Risen Lord Lutheran Church has always been about community more than a building. Over the years we created worship space in two different community center buildings, a theater, and a storefront. In 2017, the people of St Laurence Episcopal Church invited Risen Lord Lutheran Church to share building space with them. Since then both congregations have been energized by building relationships, sharing ministries, and occasionally worshiping together, all while maintaining our unique Lutheran and Episcopal identities.
From the beginning, Risen Lord Lutheran Church has provided a spiritual home and welcoming community for people all along the Hwy 285 corridor, from Bailey to Morrison and even ‘down the hill’. We are connected to the community through Interfaith Food Pantry, Susannah’s Hope (a coat ministry), Mountain Resource Center, and PeaceWorks.
We gather for worship at 9:00 am on Sundays.
Holy Communion is always a part of our worship.
You will find us on Barkley Road, just off Hwy 285, in Conifer.