Our Congregation in Transition

Here are some resources to help you keep up top date as we move forward with this transitional time in the life of First Lutheran church.  The chart below and the booklet are from the Rocky Mountain Synod.

We have started a blog feed for updates about the transition process. Click a link below to read the posts!

Updates from the Transition Task Force 

Guide Book for Congregations in Transition

Watch Pastor Sarah Moening’s talk on Intentional Interim Ministry

Click here to download this chart

 

RMSTransitionslettersizeDICSUPDATE MARCH 2015

We have an Interim Pastor!  Pastor Randy Mundt will be starting at First Lutheran official on May 8, and will be leading worship on May 9 and May 10.  Read more about Pastor Randy Mundt here.

UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2015

We welcome our new interim pastor, Pastor Randy Pabst. Pr Pabst will be in the office on Monday, October 12.  Come and welcome him at Oktoberfest! He will also be preaching on both Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18.  Read more about him below.

 

Pastor Pabst

From the Trinity Loveland website with a few edits

RMSrandypabstPastor Randy Pabst was ordained in 1976 and is a native to the Rocky Mountain ELCA Synod. He has served congregations in Colorado Springs, Cheyenne, Fort Collins, and Cupertino, California. He has also led a “mission start” in California prior to Cupertino. In 2012 Pastor Randy retired and began training to become an Intentional Interim Pastor for the ELCA. He has just completed his first assignment as an Interim in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Along with his experience, Pastor Randy brings a wealth of knowledge as he has earned a Doctorate in Ministry. Pastor Pabst has been married for 38 years to his wife, Susan. They have two grown daughters who live in the Denver metro area. Pastor Randy and Susan reside in Broomfield, and he will commute to Longmont while he is serving our congregation. Some of Pastor Randy’s hobbies are golfing and playing the guitar as well as enjoying the beautiful Rocky Mountains in our backyard.

We look forward to working with Pastor Randy as our interim process as we continue discover who we are as a congregation and begin our search for a new senior pastor.