We will begin a new ‘season’ of Catechesis on September 11, the Sunday after Labor Day. Catechesis for youth & adults will take place at 10:15am and a potluck will follow around 11:15am. Catechesis is a life-long process: of being formed in the words of Scripture. You may download the handout here: Catechesis 2022-2023 The […]
Divine Services Sundays at 9am
Special Schedule for Sunday, October 9 for
Return to Wittenberg:
9:00am Breakfast & Presentations
10:30am Chief Divine Service
(Quincentennial of Luther’s
translation of the New Testament)
NEWS & NOTES
Join us from October 7th-9th for “Our Great Heritage,” a weekend conference sponsored by Return to Wittenberg. Return to Wittenberg is a conference aimed at providing encouragement, instruction and community on the basis of a shared love for Christ and the teachings of the Lutheran Confessions. The conference will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the translation of the […]
On Sunday, July, 17 the congregation of Faith Lutheran Church in assembly voted to adopt a long-range plan we have been developing with the help of our Synod’s evangelism and mission counselor. Part of this plan involves the goal of opening a small classical school within three years, beginning with a cohort of K-2. We […]
On Sunday, May 15, following our Service, we will be having a special Congregational Assembly. Our Synod’s newly installed home mission counselor, Rev. Brad Kerkow will be with us to lead our congregation in strategic planning, helping us to think like a mission congregation. Multiple ideas have been proposed for our congregation already, including potentially opening […]
We are excited to announce that Return to Wittenberg will be hosting its annual conference (a weekend of spiritual enrichment and encouragement for all ages), “Our Great Heritage,” here at Faith Lutheran Church from October 7th – 9th, 2022. This year will be a free conference format, with speakers from ELS, WELS, and LCMS, discussing […]
Today begins the Triduum, the Three Holy Days. These are the most eventful days in our Lord’s earthly ministry, and the most dramatic of all the days in the church. Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday. Maundy Thursday6:30pm – Service of Corporate Confession & Absolution Good Friday6:30pm – Tenebrae Vespers Holy Saturday6:30pm – Easter Vigilat Resurrection Lutheran Church6705 Wesner […]
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).