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DRIVE-IN Worship

  • Sundays / 10:30 am

 ONLINE worship

Visit our YouTube channel to worship with us online.
May the Lord who took up our flesh, suffered our death and was raised to life everlasting, bless and keep each of you during these trying times.

Christian Education

NEW Bible classes

Learn More HERE

 

Wednesdays, through February 10

Noon – study the upcoming Sunday’s Scripture readings

7pm – explore the Scriptural foundations for Faith’s new Guiding Statement

Sunday School

New lessons are available on our YouTube channel, presented each week by one of our Sunday School teachers. You can pick up your children’s materials after the drive-in services on either January 10 or 17, or anytime during the week of January 10th. The materials will be in a marked tote outside the doors by the narthex. If your materials are still in the tote after Noon on January 17th, we will deliver them to your home. If you have any questions, please contact Megan Abbott DeMoss.

Devotions

Copies of Portals of Prayer, Lutheran Women’s Quarterly, and other devotional materials are also available for pick-up 24/7 under the lower canopy at church (closest to the Sanctuary). Help yourself!

Watch for new video devotions on Facebook and/or YouTube. throughout the week.

2020 Faith Lutheran Church Year in Review

News & Events

NEW: Students Serving Seniors

University Lutheran is initiating a new way to be involved with Faith in a safe and distanced way.

Introducing Students Serving Seniors! Our purpose is to bring together approximately 8-10 students and young adults from ULu to do various yard chores for some of the, let’s say, “wiser” members of Faith. For roughly 2 hours one Saturday a month, they would come to your home and shovel snow, rake leaves, pick up sticks, plant flowers, trim bushes, and any other sort of reasonable yard work that needs done! ULu can provide rakes, gloves, trash bags, bush trimmers, shovels, wheelbarrows, and a push mower and weed-whacker. The students serving you would wear masks the entire time we are there and remain outdoors, at least six feet from you at all times.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in taking part in, or if you have any questions at all, please email Emily Buuck or Janet Hitzeman.

Stewardship and Service

2020 Year-End giving statements

Year-end contribution statements may be picked-up after the drive-in service on January 17 or 24. Or contact the church office to pick yours up during the week.

2021 Giving Options

  1. Leave your offering in person at any service.
  2. Mail your offering to church (2200 S. High Street, Bloomington 47401).
  3. Download this form to set up automatic withdrawals.
  4. Mites are collected on the last Sunday of each month.

In-gatherings

Ongoing donations may be dropped off at Faith on Sundays or during the week. Leave bagged donations by the doors under the lower canopy, or in the narthex:

    • Orphan Grain Train: gently used clothing – any season/any size  (NO household items, please)
    • Pantry 279: canned goods/pantry items OR financial donations for their capital fund drive (cash, or checks payable to Pantry 279)
    • Hoosier Hills Food Bank: gently used books, CDs, DVDs, records, games and puzzles for their annual Book Fair fundraiser

As we hear of our Lord’s Baptism, we are reminded of our own Baptism. Our Baptism tells the story that others need to hear. In Baptism, we are joined to Christ’s death and His resurrection. Because Christ lives, we live. Let your Baptism be the story that gives witness to God’s amazing grace.

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