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Faith Lutheran Church

A Christ-centered congregation of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS) in Bloomington, Indiana.

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Sundays: 8:00 am, 10:30 am, and 5:00 pm

Ash Wednesday, February 26 – Noon & 7 pm

2200 S. High Street, Bloomington, IN 47401

News & Events

Family Music Night

Tuesday, February 18 | 5:30-6:15 pm

It’s our first ever Family Music Night!

Dr. Priscilla Gabriel, Ms. Kate Reinhard, and special guest educator Ms. Emily Woock will lead three concurrent music sessions for infants through Kindergartners. Infants will have their caregiver sing and play with them. Toddlers through Kindergarten children will be encouraged to actively participate, exploring music through movement and singing.

Family Music Night is FREE but registration is required. Email with questions.


Secret Sisters Luncheon

Saturday, February 29 | 1 pm at Red Lobster

Secret Sisters are pairs of women of Faith who give a gift and/or a card for birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays. You may add seasons, or whatever might bring a special smile to her. It’s all done here at the church mailboxes, which makes it most convenient!

If you have been a Secret Sister before, now is the time to sign up again. If you have not been a member of our group before, come join us. We have lots of fun bringing smiles to each other’s faces, remembering that it’s a secret for a whole year!

This is the only meeting of the year. We have fun, laugh, have lunch and reveal the name of our Secret Sister for the previous year (2019). Then we start all over again by drawing the name of our new Secret Sister for this new year (2020).


Leap Year Trivia Night

Saturday, February 29 | 5 pm

Come join other Faith families to play TRIVIA!

There will be pizza, drinks and snacks provided.

Preschool teachers will be there for child care; they will supervise crafts while the teens and adults play trivia.

Sunday Bible Studies | 9:15 am

Beginning February 16

This class is offered to individuals who wish to learn more about the Christian faith and, in particular, the Lutheran Church. This class also prepares adults for membership in the Lutheran Church, if they so desire. It is also a wonderful catechism refresher for longtime members.

Please consider inviting a friend and join them for the 10 weeks of this class as we make discoveries about the abundant life God has for us in His Son, Jesus Christ. Come prepared to ask questions and learn as we study God’s amazing Word, the Bible.


Come see the history of how God nourishes us in Christ.

The Old Testament predicted and forshadowed Jesus Christ. This was especially accomplished through the sacrificial system which God instituted through Moses. In the background of these predictions and shadows of Jesus was the practice of sacrifice-related eating. This Old Testament worship practice prefigured New Testament worship, which also includes sacrifice-related eating. The New Testament worship-related eating of the Lord’s Supper directly links us to the sacrifice of Christ.

This study was written by Rev. Dan Brege, who now serves as President of our Indiana District.



Spirit Camp

June 1 – 4

REGISTRATION opens soon.

Calling all Servanteens! Middle and high school students (grades 7-12 NEXT year) are an integral part of the Spirit Camp staff each year.


There are many additional things happening around the Faith Lutheran community. To see the full calendar of events, click the button below.

We have been blessed to be a blessing to others as salt and light. Isn’t it wonderful that God Himself refers to YOU as His salt and His light for His world that He seeks to love and save?

Empowered by the grace and forgiveness of Christ crucified, we have the privilege and responsibility of bearing witness to the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ in our every thought, word and deed.

We are blessed salt and light that bring glory to God and lead others to praise God rather than praising us for our deeds. While this is hard to accomplish as sinners, we have the righteousness of Christ crucified to carry it out.

May God bless us so we can “season” others with His salt and light to make an eternal difference everywhere we go.

(by Rev. John Deiner, for Every One His Witness)