What is Faith Lutheran Church like?
We are a group of believers who love to gather around God’s Holy Word and His precious Sacraments. Being small we are able to care for one another individually and we share our joys and concerns much like one does with a close family.
Are You Meeting In Person During Covid?
Yes. We are a small congregation, have a large sanctuary, able to open windows, and abide by county mandates. We believe there is no more important need than eternal life. While we seek to help each other keep our lives, at the same time we do not live to not die. We live, knowing that death is not the end. As Martin Luther once strikingly advised his people during the Bubonic plague: “Everyone should prepare in time and get ready for death by going to confession and taking the sacrament once every week or fortnight.” We encourage people to do what they are comfortable with, and in addition to public Sunday services, offer private family services by registration each Thursday.
What should I wear?
Since the Bible presents no dress code, aside from simple modesty, we don’t make any rules either. Like most people, our members try to make their worship time at church a special time. This is often reflected in the way they dress.
What if I don’t know much about the Bible?
All of us are to be growing in our knowledge and faith. None of us have our Bibles completely memorized. The Divine Service and Bible study are opportunities to grow in our knowledge of the Bible and trust in our Savior.
Is your church full of “perfect” people?
No. Our church is a spiritual hospital. Jesus himself said: “It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick” (Mt 9:12). Jesus is the Great Physician of our souls. We’re far from perfect! That’s why we’re at church—to hear that we are forgiven!