Mount Tabor is a Reconciling in Christ
congregation of the
Rocky Mountain Synod of the
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

We are open and affirming,
welcoming all persons.

Holy Communion Worship at 10:30 AM

Sunday School
Adults 9:00 AM 
Children 9:15 AM

     Mardi Gras Pancake   
Tuesday, February 9 at 6pm

Ash Wednesday
February 10
Children's Ash Wednesday Event 6pm
Adult Service 7pm

Holden Evening Prayer
Wednesdays at 7pm
beginning Febrary 17
Soup Supper 6pm

Living Stones Congregational Dinner
Sunday, February 21, 6pm

RMS Earth Stewards 
Encourages Study
of Climate Change

Bishop Eaton webcast:
"Confronting Racism"

 Visitors Guide  


Connecting faith and public life 

As members of the ELCA, we believe that we are freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor. God uses our hands, through our direct service work and our voices, through our advocacy efforts, to restore and reconcile our world. Through faithful advocacy, the ELCA lives out our Lutheran belief that governments can help advance the common good. 

ELCA advocacy works for change in public policy based on the experience of Lutheran ministries, programs and projects around the world and in communities across the United States. We work through political channels on behalf of the following biblical values: peacemaking, hospitality to strangers, care for creation, and concern for people living in poverty and struggling with hunger and disease. 

Join a growing movement 
Together, we achieve things on a scale and scope that we could never do otherwise. When we act as a coordinated network of advocates and reach out to officials on relevant, timely issues, we effectively impact public policies. See more at: http://www.elca.org/advocacy#sthash.RLcpzwJg.dpuf  

Support and Protect Syrian Refugees

In light of the tragic attacks in Paris, we must stand together with vulnerable Syrian refugees who seek safety and a future. Reacting out of fear, Governors of over 25 states along with Members of Congress, have proposed extreme measures that would exclude all Syrian refugees from the protection of the United States resettlement system. This is not an acceptable response to this tragedy. 

Our faith calls us to stand for welcome, even in the wake of fear. "Make sure that nobody pays back wrong for wrong, but always strive to do what is good for each other and for everyone else." 1 Thessalonians 5:15 As people of faith, we cannot turn our backs on our Syrian brothers and sisters as they flee the same violence from which we seek to protect ourselves. 

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