Lutheran Advocacy Ministry

lutheran advocacy ministryOur Mission: Advocating for justice in public policy to alleviate poverty and hunger. Lutheran Advocacy Ministry has been a ministry of the Rocky Mountain Synod-ELCA since 1984 and has effectively advocated as one of the state public policy offices of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America through ELCA World Hunger.

Begin Sundays with a time of quiet, contemplative prayer. Guided by Monica Coburn and Carolyn Ogren, we delve deeper into the devotion of prayer; speaking and listening to God. If you feel called to pray and you would like to pray with others please do join us at 8:30am. We meet in the carpeted classroom.

2014 Lutheran Advocacy Ministry-New Mexico Conference

The 2014 Lutheran Advocacy Ministry-New Mexico conference will be held on Saturday, November 8 at St.Timothy Lutheran Church in Albuquerque (211 Jefferson NE 87108). The conference will take place from 9:00 am until 1 pm and the cost is $15 per person, including lunch. Session topics will include advocacy basics, hunger, immigration and more. Our featured speaker will be Pastor David Vasquez, author of several Bible studies from the perspective of immigrants and refugees. Pastor Vasquez is currently the campus pastor at Luther College and was recently selected as the new president of Pacific School of Religion. Plan now to attend and learn more about advocating for our many neighbors living in poverty. To register or for more information, contact Ruth Hoffman at or 505.984.8005. Registration deadline: November 4.