My first Christmas not “at home” was a few years ago. It was the first Christmas my wife and I celebrated while serving at a parish. I’m a pastor, who for the short length of my ministry, has served some distance away from my relatives. It comes with the vocation that any holiday, not just […]
Faith + COVID-19
Faith is having modified in-person services. In order to help us prepare and meet safety protocols, it is very important that you register in advance, if you plan on attending. A Service of the Word will continue to be live streamed at 9am.
Wednesdays in Advent (Dec. 2, 9, 16) | 6:30pm – Advent Vespers.
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NEWS & NOTES
“A life goal for every mature Christian should be to read the entire Holy Bible,” reads an introductory paragraph from the Lutheran Study Bible. For the last three years, we have created and offered “DIY Advent kits” to our members, which include the four Advent candles and a devotion. This year, our DIY Advent this […]
Thanksgiving Eve | 6:30pm – Wednesday, November 25. An evening service, focusing on prayer and catechesis on the providence of our Almighty God. Wednesdays in Advent (Dec. 2, 9, 16) | 6:30pm – Advent Vespers. An evening service, focusing on prayer and catechesis on the Lord’s return. Christmas Eve Vespers | 7:00pm – Dec. 24. An evening […]
The event will take place at Faith Lutheran Church, in the back of church (parking lot side), outside on December 6 at 4pm. Our Living Nativity Family Christmas Experience this year will bring us to the real life Christmas of St. Nicholas. This smaller production will be in commemoration of the feast day of St. […]
Out of School Learning Space. Faith Lutheran Church intends to open a very low-cost, supervised space for up to 15 children ages 8 and up to attend during the school day. Interested in registering a student? We are seeking volunteers (people to take turns cleaning in the evenings, and provide some supervision), and donations to make […]
Dear members, There has been the thought among some pastors at least that if we are required to wear masks, that it seems to accomplish the same thing as not singing, or as we have been doing, limiting singing to the very end. As I announced at the beginning of last Sunday’s service and live […]
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).