Writing to those concerned about the plague in his day, Martin Luther said, “Everyone should prepare in time and get ready for death.” From the moment we are born we are dying. We are brought into newness of life in Christ and the Church through the death of Holy Baptism. Much of our Lord’s teaching […]
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Faith Lutheran Church, Oregon, WI is hosting “The flourishing Family” Enrichment series. We will feature guest speakers on a variety of mental and spiritual wellness topics that any family can use. On August 14 from 8:30-11:30am, we will have a workshop titled “Present Moment Parenting” by Dr. Kathleen Harwood, MS, NCC, LPC, LMFT-IT, CPC, of […]
There are a number of Sundays in the historic church year that have a special joyful emphasis. Their names even mean “rejoice!” Gaudete Sunday is the 3rd Sunday of Advent; Laetare Sunday is the 4th Sunday in Lent; and Jubilate Sunday is the 4th Sunday after Easter. On these days, the color reflects the emphasis […]
Palm Sunday: March 28 – 9:00am Maundy Thursday: April 1 – 6:30pm Good Friday: April 2 – 6:30pm Easter Vigil: April 3 – Sundown 7:27pm Easter Festival Service: April 4 – 9:00am Holy Week & The Paschal Triduum Paschal = The Biblical word for “Easter”Triduum = “The Three Days.” After 40 Days of Lent, the […]
What is Lent? Lent is a 40-day season of an intentional Christ-centered return to our baptisms, where we daily die with our sins and rise with Christ to live a new life. Between Ash Wednesday and the Paschal Triduum (Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil), the church is again called to live a life […]
After a year of going to the essentials (Ie., Sunday worship and catechesis), it’s time to come together again to build one another up in the Word of God. Groups will hopefully start later this month. Please help me by taking this survey. – Pastor Hendrix
We are all sinners in need of salvation. Jesus Christ came to win our forgiveness and life through His death and resurrection.
We don’t do traditional worship, nor do we do contemporary worship. We just worship. We don’t believe church services are a product churches can sell; rather, services are where God gives us what we need. So we join in doing what Christians have historically done: worship.
We believe the Bible is the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God, and that it is also clear, sufficient, and powerful to work faith in our hearts.
There’s nothing more comforting, or relevant, than forgiveness. Our pastor applies the Word of God to our lives by preaching the Law (for repentance) and the Gospel (for forgiveness).