Sunday Worship

  • Virtual Worship Service Online at 9:00 AM until the spread of the virus is under control.
  • Watch our Sunday morning service LIVE at 9 AM Mountain Time
  • To help you follow along, please print our service bulletin in advance of our service. 
  • To access all service recordings, visit our Services Archives


 The following Sunday Morning Education Programs are canceled until the spread of the virus is under control.

  • Nursery at 9:00 AM (infant to 2 years old - age is not watched closely)
  • Sunday School at 9:00 AM (age 3 through 5th grade) and children are welcome in church.
  • Adult Education at 10:30 AM

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Grace is for Everyone....

Because we believe with Jesus that God’s grace is truly amazing, we are committed to welcoming all people to this place. no matter where you come from, no matter what age, race, socio-economic or family status, no matter what gender identity or sexual orientation, no matter what your faith tradition or theological beliefs. Grace is for everyone or it isn’t grace.

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Pastor Liliana

Our congregation was thrilled when Pastor Liliana joined us a few years ago. She has revolutionized our worship with her love, enthusiasm, and creativity.

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Please Share Your Stories 

We all want to provide comfort and inspiration to each other during this time of isolation. 

Please write or call us about any acts of kindness, experiences, and tips you know of. Include images or links to resources if possible. We will edit and share these gifts with everyone via our weekly email and our new “Stories of Hope” blog. We can post your name as an author unless you prefer to be anonymous.

Let us know if you would like our editors to help you write your story.

Contact Us by email or phone 970-668-6809 with your emotional, spiritual, physical and prayer needs.

What’s Happening


Our beloved church is closed as a sign of love for our members and visitors. We want you all to be safe. We will continue to provide virtual Worship Services every Sunday at 9:00 AM.


NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY - Church Administrator at LOTM

Palm Sunday

Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church is looking for a faith-filled, relational person, willing and qualified to manage the office and assist the pastor. This position reports directly to the pastor, and it will start as a part-time position of 28 hours per week with the possibility to increase. The candidate will need to be caring, creative, self-motivated, and committed to the church and its programs. It is important to attend Sunday morning church twice a month to be familiar with the life of the congregation. 

Send your resume to to learn more about this opportunity (job description) at Lord of the Mountains! 

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"A covenant is a promise. I make a promise to walk with you on the journey of faith and life. I promise to listen to you, to care for you and to love you; I promise to honor your history, to lead and to grow with you. I promise to be faithful to God and to the congregation, and together follow into the footsteps of Jesus, the true head of the church, our teacher and our model for discipleship." --- Pastor Liliana

With joy and gratitude, our congregation overwhelmingly approved Pastor Liliana Stahlberg as our permanent pastor at our 2017 Annual Meeting. She was installed as the permanent pastor on Sunday, February 25, 2018 after serving as our Pastor for Redevelopment from September 2016 through February 2018.

Her wealth of experience, passion for social justice, and deep understanding of theology are gifts to our congregation. She loves children and music and strives to support people regardless of where they are on their faith journey.

Pastor Liliana brings a tremendous depth and breadth of life experiences to her ministry at Lord of the Mountains. Born in Romania, she was raised in the Orthodox tradition. In 2001 she served the Ecumenical Association of Churches in Romania-AIDRom, an agency working for the development and implementation of social justice programs in Romania. This agency was a cooperative effort between the World Council of Churches in Geneva and the Lutheran, Christian Reformed and Orthodox churches in Romania. Through her work with the World Council of Churches, she was introduced to other Christian traditions and came to embrace the Lutheran faith. She graduated from Iliff School of Theology and was ordained in 2009 at Highlands Lutheran Church.

From 1998 to 2000, Pastor Liliana served as Director of St. Macrina Shelter for Street Children and Youth in Romania. “After receiving training in working with homeless youth in the USA, I returned to Romania and started a program for street children. This program developed over the years into a shelter for children. St. Macrina shelter continues its work with disadvantaged children to this day.”

Prior to coming to Lord of the Mountains, Pastor Liliana served as senior pastor at Highlands Lutheran Church in Denver. Previously, she was the Youth Director at Advent Lutheran Church in Denver from 2004 to 2007 and the Covenant Group Leader at Faith Track Youth Camp, Iliff School of Theology.