That We may Know, Live, and Share the Love of Christ! 

 

Sunday Morning ZOOM Worship

To join LOTV in worship on ZOOM at 9:30 am on Sunday mornings click on the link below:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/477618359?pwd=V05JUFIxV015WFZaWUVZMkhjRnpJdz09

Worship Materials Can Be Downloaded Below:

Worship Service Sunday, March 7th Third Sunday in Lent

Worship Service Sunday March 7 Third Sunday in Lent 11 am

Outdoor Worship in the parking lot on Sunday Mornings at 11:00 am.

 

 


Thoughts from Pastor Brian of Lord of the Valley Lutheran Church

While our sanctuary is closed our hearts are open! We have moved our Sunday morning worship here, to our website, with a live streamed service on Sunday mornings on Zoom. Use the link above to join us.

This worship format will continue for the time being. We would prefer to be able to offer worship in person in the sanctuary, but know that it will be some time before we are confident it is safe to do so, for our members and friends, our musicians and staff, and those who visit Grand County from all over the state, nation and world. We will announce any changes here on our website.

As a community in Jesus Christ we want to extend our care to those around us. Part of our expression of Christ’s love is to be mindful of the risks of transmitting this virus, especially to those most vulnerable. This describes a significant portion of our membership and friends who regularly would be present in worship. We do well to follow the wisdom of staying at home, keeping appropriate social distance, correctly wearing a mask or face covering and practice healthful ways of living through good diet, exercise and personal hygiene.

We are all encouraged to grow in our spiritual practices of prayer and meditation, scripture reading and study, writing and other creative activities.

Be kind and generous, to your loved ones, friends and neighbors… and yourself!

Let us lean into the creativity that God has given us so that we remain close and connected during this time apart.  We have heard a lot about Social Distance during this time. Let us practice “Physical Distancing” while we seek to remain socially connected through phone conversations, email, text messages and other means of looking out for one another. God walks with us in promise and peace during these uncertain times.

Let us remain in Christ’s love,

Pastor Brian Bergum