WELCOME ​to Advent Lutheran! 


Our Traditional Worship is held Sundays at 9:30 AM, all are welcome to watch in our sanctuary or online!


Links to the bulletin, worship videos, and transcribed sermons are uploaded after the service on the 9:30 AM Worship Page

After the 9:30 service, join us for coffee hour via zoom! 

Contact us for the link.

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What's New:

Food Pantry needs you!!

 The office has seen a huge increase in requests for food assistance these past few weeks.  Therefore, our food bank is starting to run low on some items.  Please consider donating the following items:

Mac and Cheese

Canned Fruit/Vegetables

Peanut Butter/Jelly


Spaghetti Sauce

Protein Bars


Meal helpers


Cereal/Oatmeal possibly some healthier cereals

Non-Perishable milk alternative, ie Almond Milk, Oat Milk.

Any healthy non-perishable food items


Thank you, thank you for supporting this important ministry!!  Gift cards to King Soopers or Walmart or Target are always welcome as well.


SAVE THE DATE - Annual Congregational Meeting  January 30, 2022  at 11:00 am.

January & February Adult Forums:

A Field Guide to C. S. Lewis Outside of Narnia, with Paul Cook


If you, like me, grew up reading the Chronicles of Narnia, then at various times you might have found Clive Staples Lewis (“Jack” to his friends) whispering in your ear about what it means to be a Christian. I’m sure you know that the Chronicles can be read either as fairy tales or as Christian allegories, and you might also be aware of Lewis’s other religious works. His book Mere Christianity is regularly rated as the most important religious work of the 20th century. You might not know that the seven Narnia books also can be read as medieval allegories for the planets, because Lewis was every bit as geeky as his friend J. R. R. Tolkien. They can be read as social statements by Lewis the arch-conservative, who is now seen as a patron saint by many American evangelicals, but who was surprisingly non-traditional in his personal life. Or they can be read as evidence of Lewis’s own faith journey: from an atheist in a foxhole during World War I, to the voice of Christianity in a radio series during World War II, to a brief but intense late-life marriage that changed his views yet again. In this 6-week series I invite you to join me on Sundays at 10:45 AM, either in-person or via this Zoom. Contact the office for the Zoom link.  Class materials will be shared electronically, but pre-reading is not required. We will start each week with a different Narnia book, and then look at C. S. Lewis’s other writing in order to better understand him, to argue with him, and to be inspired by his ideas, both inside and outside of Narnia.

Christian Care Committee:


 We are starting this committee again here in 2022.  If you are interested in sending out cards and which month you would like to take, please contact Cindy in the office.  She will send out cards in January.

Christmas Giving Tree

Advent collected enough gifts for over 15 children of Gregory Hills Early Learning.  A big thank you to all who donated.  Because of your generosity many children had a Merry Christmas!!

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The Council of Advent works to support the Mission of Advent, “So All May Know Christ’s Love.” By: 

  • Ensuring a responsible and trustworthy organization by faithfully doing the business of the congregation. This includes overseeing the business of the church, ethically, responsibly, and with integrity

  • Leading the congregation as representatives of all members, in visioning, long range planning and setting goals and priorities in an open, inviting environment.

  • Ensuring the Constitution of Advent is a living document and is followed and updated as needed. 

  • Supporting and aligning the identified Advent Ministry Initiatives.

  • Providing oversight, monitoring and approving the work of all Committees and our budget and staffing to support the ministry of Advent. 

  • Providing clarification for the congregation on issues that come before Council and the congregation.

  • Council members will be ambassadors and role models for Advent through participation, encouragement, being open, friendly, welcoming, and compassionate.  


The rewards program has made a change. You will no longer need to reload your gift card after March 31, 2019. All you need to do is swipe your King Soopers card or put in your linked phone number at checkout and gas pumps. You can use your loaded funds on your gift card until empty but any funds loaded after 3/31 will no longer be credited to Advent.

AS ALWAYS, this program costs you nothing to contribute!

YOU MUST go into your online King Soopers Card account and add Advent to your community rewards selection. This is how you do it!

1. Go to www.kingsoopers.com and sign into your account, if you don’t have one, you need to sign up for one.

2. Next select the Savings & Rewards tab and scroll to the community rewards programs. Select Enroll Now 

3. In search bar, type in Advent Lutheran Church, select and now you are enrolled.

4. Now you will see a confirmation that Advent Lutheran Church is your contribution account.