Church and Society

The Church and Society Committee promotes outreach locally as a Community of Neighbors building relationships and recruiting volunteers to recognize and serve various needs in our community. LUMC hosts and organizes with several related ministries to serve the greater Littleton community.

To watch a video from our 2023 Mission Trip to La Puente CO,  click HERE.





GREEN TEAM promotes awareness in the church community of best environmental practices and offers opportunities for the church community and the wider community to engage in environment – friendly actions.

Green Team activities include trash collection on the So. Platte River, gleaning at local orchards, ongoing recycling drive, gardening, legislative action.

Questions: Mary Best


Break Bread

BREAK BREAD provides free hot and nutritious to – go meals every Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday has a sit down meal in the Fellowship Hall promoting meaningful relationships among our neighbors by offering them nourishment, unconditional love, and abundant grace.

Volunteers prepare food, package food, deliver food or serve food and share a meal in Fellowship Hall.

Volunteer HERE


Love INC

LoveINC (Love in the name of Christ) seeks to be the eyes and ears in the community, while local Churches are the hands and feet. Together, we are the body of Christ serving our community with love.

Volunteers can make phone calls, drive to appointments, work at the resale store. Or, donate items to the Connection Center:  clothes, diapers, furniture.

Volunteer HERE

Questions: Glenn Gravelle 303-250-4436

Renewed Treasures is a resale store at 6512 S. Broadway.  Find treasures there, or donate your used items when you downsize.  Take items to the back door.  Tuesday –  Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 pm.



NORTH LITTLETON PROMISE builds life-giving relationships with immigrant children and families to transform our northeast Littleton neighborhood through Christ.

“Volunteers donate snacks for the after – school programs (both elementary and middle school) and are encouraged to volunteer to help with tutoring and leadership sessions.”

Elementary tutoring sessions need snacks Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:45 p.m.

Middle School tutoring sessons need a meal Wednesdays at 3:45 p.m.

Volunteer HERE

Questions: Martha Staudte 303-668-8133



Ready, Set, School! is an annual drive hosted by Integrated Family Community Services (IFCS) to provide new backpacks, grade-appropriate school supplies, and nutritous snacks to give a strong start to the school year. The funds collected range from $65 to $75, depending on the grade level.


Severe Weather Shelter Network

SEVERE WEATHER SHELTER NETWORK helps the homeless build a COMMUNITY of supporters and provides a place of REFUGE on freezing nights. It is a Christian ministry, welcoming all volunteers who share our passion for aiding individuals experiencing homelessness.

You may prepare food, serve food, be an evening host or an overnight host on sheltering nights.

Volunteer HERE

Questions: Glenn Gravelle 303-250-4436


Whiz Kids – More than tutoring

Whiz kids vision: that our students engage in school and the world as confident learners who understand their innate worth and have hope for their future.

Would you like to make a difference in a child’s life? We are always looking for tutors so we can help more children succeed in school. No prior experience required. To learn more and apply to tutor, or to donate to this wonderful program, visit Whiz Kids Tutoring.


Volunteer HERE
Questions:  Mary Best


Christmas Bags



5555 S. Elati St., Littleton

The Church and Society committee prepares 50 gift bags of treats and personal items for residents who have no family nearby.

To give a gift bag to a resident, please donate a $25 check payable to LUMC with “Cherrelyn” in the memo line. Then, sign an ornament to decorate our giving tree.

Questions: Rita King 720-933-7516