Serving Our Neighbors
The Christmas Bazaar is an annual event held on the second Saturday in November. The congregation is invited to donate their handmade items and baked goods. Profits from these items go to local organizations in our community. Vendors sell a wide variety of items. Contact Leo Salazar or the church office for more info.
FAMILY PROMISE (formerly IHN and Angel House)
Local congregations in Loveland host homeless families throughout the year. During the day adults go to work or search for work and children go to school or day care at Family Promise. Each evening the families return to the host church where they are provided a meal, tutoring for the children, a room for each family and time to relax. Each week we host requires many volunteers to provide food, host evenings and overnight, laundry, tutors etc. Contact Nancy French or the church office for more info.
Each year the ELCA churches in Loveland join together for a day of service in the community. In September 2020 King of Glory, Trinity and Zion Lutheran joined together and raised over $2000 for Loveland Habitat for Humanity. Youth and adults created chalk art for friends and neighbors at 43 homes. In 2021 we hope to find a variety of ways to serve. Contact Pastor Deb for more info.
The Glory Garden is a project that uses 12 raised garden beds to grow vegetables for our local food banks. Volunteers plan, plant, weed and harvest. Fresh produce is given to people in need in our community. A few beds are also rented to individuals to grow their own gardens. If you are interested in participating in this meaningful project please contact the church office.
Volunteers help build homes and serve lunch on work days. Contact the church office for more info.
House of Neighborly Service accepts donations of food and personal items. Please visit the HNS website for specific needs and volunteer opportunities.
Throughout the year food and plastic grocery bags are collected for KidsPak. Volunteers are needed to bag food and deliver. Contact Pat Johnson or the church office for more info.
SANTA’S WORKSHOP (formerly Giving Tree)
Contact the church office for more info on this program.
ELCA World Hunger is a comprehensive and sustainable program that uses multiple strategies of relief, development, education and advocacy to address the root causes of hunger and poverty. KOG has a team of people that help us learn about the work of ELCA World Hunger. Contact Carol McDivitt or the office for more info.