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No matter where you are, what you’re going through, if you have a relationship with Jesus or not – you are welcome here.

Check us out at 9 and 10:30 AM on Sundays on campus or online (on YouTube and Facebook too). Visit us in person at LifeBridge (10345 Ute Highway, Longmont, CO).

What to expect

With live music, practical teaching, and programming for kids and students, you’ll find a welcoming church that is centered around God’s grace and wants to help you grow closer to Jesus. We look forward to meeting you at one of our live worship experiences or chatting with you online on Sundays at 9 and 10:30 AM!

During all services, we offer programming for infants through 5th grade. You’ll follow the Kids’ Check-in signs in the lobby and a team will be waiting to help you check your kid(s) in and walk with you to their classroom. Student ministry meets on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 PM.

Your Next step

We exist to introduce people to Jesus and lead them in their next step with Him.

Maybe you’ve been following Jesus for a long time and you’re ready to read the Bible more regularly or maybe you’re just learning about who Jesus is and what it looks like to follow Him. Wherever you are in your faith, we are here to walk alongside you and help you find that next step! 

Join a Group

We can’t wait see how God will work through new relationships and groups! No matter where you are in your relationship with Jesus, communities are a place where you can take a next step with Jesus.


Your actions make a difference. No matter what your gifts and passions are, there’s a place for you. Don’t miss out on joining a serving team and experiencing what God has for you when you serve the world around us!


Are you ready to take a step of faith and say ‘yes!’ to Jesus? We are excited to answer any questions you have about baptism and help you schedule a time to take that step! On the first Sunday of each month we celebrate baptisms during our services.

Care Ministry

You’re not alone. We’re here to help you find healing during times of challenge or grief by offering resources of support. We provide care to our community in various ways, including recovery groups, counseling, support groups, prayer, hospital visits, elder care, and shepherding.