Get Involved in HOL’s Adult Ministries!

Heart of Longmont offers many opportunities for life-long learning, exploration, and discovery which are all vital parts of any faith journey, even for adults. In addition to specially scheduled classes, workshops, and Bible studies, Heart of Longmont offers two regular study classes who meet Sunday mornings.

Faith and Reason Adult Ministry

Faith and Reason are a group of “ordinary radicals” who consider cutting-edge theological issues. They watch videos by leading theologians and then have spirited and in-depth discussions about the topic, working together to understand the ins and outs of a chosen topic. They meet Sunday mornings in person at the church 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM. If you are unable to attend in person, there is an option to “Zoom in” on the meeting. Contact the church office if you have questions or want to attend this class. 

Adventurers Adult Ministry

Adventurers classes feature engaging conversations as well as coffee, tea, and snacks. They strive to leave the classroom connected with others and blessed by the Holy Spirit. This group gathers occasionally for social outings such as hiking, dinners, comedy clubs, game nights, and parties. The group meets Sundays at 9:00 AM in the Parlor (near the Fellowship Hall, towards the back of the church). The discussions are thought provoking and interesting and often spiritually enlightening. Contact the church office if you have questions or want to attend this class.

Justice Seekers

The Justice Seekers are a group of progressive-minded Christians who work to promote social justice in our church, community, and world. They seek to enlighten themselves and others about the challenges and difficulties of the disenfranchised, recognizing the inherent dignity of every human being. The group decides together where to focus their energies. Their current focus areas are:


The Justice Seekers seek to understand, with compassion and openness, the plights of immigrants to the United States, who are often marginalized and discounted.

LGBTQIA+ Community

The Justice Seekers encourage Christians and others to be open and affirming of LGBTQIA+ individuals. They actively encourage the Heart of Longmont congregation to welcome people of all sexual orientations and gender identities into the full life of the church.

The History of the Justice Seekers Group

The Justice Seekers group was formed in 2009 in an effort to learn more about the LGBTQIA+ community. At that time, Heart of Longmont was exploring becoming a reconciling member in the United Methodist framework. Being a reconciling congregation requires explicit acknowledgment that the church is open and accepting to all persons, regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity. Through the Justice Seekers’ efforts to educate the congregation and other members of our community, HOL officially became a reconciling congregation in November 2013.

The designation as reconciling didn’t mean an end to the work. The Justice Seekers continues to host and participate in many different activities and workshops. Justice Seekers participate in Pride marches and events, support PFLAG and OUT Boulder County, and facilitate outreach to the LGBTQIA+ community. They are also active in issues of immigration, racial justice, and housing access and equality.

If you are interested in learning more about the Justice Seekers and their work in our church and local community, please contact the church office.

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350 11th Avenue

Longmont, CO 80501

(303) 776 - 3523


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every Sunday at 10 am.

All are welcome!