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Sunday mornings at 9:30 am MST
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Please see our Community page for Shepherd of the Hills COVID-19 Update.
THANK YOU for supporting the Little Free Pantry!
Current needed donations are:
- Canned/Packaged meats, fish and protein
- Peanut/almond butters
- Canned fruits & vegetables (no green beans or corn needed at this time)
- Complete meals of pasta with canned sauce
- Hearty soups
- Spaghetti Sauces & Parmesan cheese
- Cereals (preferably without added sugars)
- Protein bars
- Fresh bakery items
- 100% fruit juices & bottled water
- Personal care products
- Toilet paper
- canned or bagged pet food
No glass, home-canned items or leftovers, please!
THANK YOU to all those who contribute to our Food Shelf Ministry.
100% of your donations to these ministries are used to provide food and King Soopers gift cards to those who are struggling.
THANK YOU for contributing to our Community Infant Program.
100% of your donations are used to support our year-round ministry which supplies diapers and wipes, infant and toddler clothing, gift cards, and other supplies for the families who participate in the CIP Program.
"Little Free Pantry"
Sponsored by Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church
and Pardes Levavot Jewish Renewal Congregation
7077 Harvest Road @ 71st and Lookout Rd.
Boulder, Colorado 80301
At Shepherd of the Hills and Pardes Levavot, we work together to provide help for those in need. If you or someone you know is struggling with food insecurity, please stop by to access our "Little Free Pantry" in the Church/Synagogue parking lot.
All pantry items are available 24/7 to anyone in need, whether for a moment or on an ongoing basis. The pantry is restocked regularly through the donations of both our members and our neighbors.
Should you need additional assistance, please contact the Church Office at 303-530-4422 to request a conversation about how we might be able to help. Masks for in-person meetings are available in the Church Office, if needed.
May the One who calls us to care be with you,
Pastor Janet Kettering ~ Rabbi Victor Gross ~ Rabbi Nadya Gross
Virtual Community Updates
We continue our fellowship during this time of social separation with the following online activities using Zoom videoconferencing.
Email us at email@example.com to get the Zoom details.
Sunday Worship Service: Sundays - 9:30 a.m. via Zoom and In Person
Virtual Coffee & Conversation: Sundays after Worship Service
What's So Amazing About Grace Bible Study: Wednesdays - 11:00 a.m.
Thursday Morning Book Study: 11:00 a.m. (paused for May 2021)
Men's Bible Study: Fridays - 7:00 a.m.
Perspectives Social Gathering: Fridays - 5:00 p.m.
Monthly Council Meeting: 2nd Tuesday of the Month - 6:30 p.m.
Please contact Shepherd of the Hills via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive the Online Meeting instructions in order to join in any of these virtual activities.
All Are Welcome to Participate!
We welcome you with loving hearts. We are a respite from the chaos and "stuff" of the world. We find comfort in God's Word and healing in prayer. We grow in faith together and find strength in service to others. Join us at the table to receive God's sacrament where the only prerequisites are an open heart and an open hand.
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