Faith Lutheran Church
A Christ-centered congregation
of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS)
in Bloomington, Indiana.
For up-to-date news, announcements, and resources, please check our dedicated COVID-19 response page, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook.
Worship & Resources
Worship for The Ascension of our Lord – Sunday, May 24
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DRIVE-IN service – 10:30 am in our parking lot
If you worship with us either in the parking lot or online, please let us know via the green button above. We pray that these services are an encouragement to you while maintaining social distance and the care of our neighbor.
Check out this wonderful collection of online Sunday School resources for each week. There is something for all ages, including adults, such as video or podcast links (Bible stories for kids, devotions, adult Bible studies); music links for both kids and adults; games, activities and coloring pages, and more. Take a look!
Join Pastor Edwards and Pastor Beck for online devotions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Tune in on Facebook, whether you have a preschooler or not, for a short break in your day and word of encouragement! Chapel is posted live, usually mid-day, but can be viewed later as well. The devotions are shared throughout the week on Facebook and/or YouTube.
Join us for Bible study on Thursdays at 7 pm. Each week in our new video series, Christianity and the Competition, featuring Dr. Paul Maier, we will examine the beliefs and doctrines of other world religions, comparing them with our confession of Christ Crucified for our Salvation. To attend, email Pastor Beck to request the link. We hope you’ll join us!
KFUO Radio, a media ministry extension of LCMS congregations, shares Christ for you anytime, anywhere on KFUO.org via worship services, Bible and theology studies, practical talk programs, and sacred music. You can find programs on demand at kfuo.org and wherever you get your podcasts! Find them on social: @KFUOradio on Facebook
News & Events
For all the most up-to-date information and resources:
- check in regularly, here on the website
- keep an eye on our full online Calendar
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- subscribe to our YouTube channel
- email the church office with your preferred email address if you would like to receive weekly Friday@Faith news and announcements
The LWML District Convention scheduled for next month will not be gathering in person, but there are still business matters that need to occur, such as voting for mission grants, electing officers, and approving bylaw changes. As a local society, our group at Faith/ULu can have two voting delegates at the District Convention. All information is provided to the voting delegates ahead of time so they can read and pray for God’s guidance.
Delegates will need to submit their credential form via email by May 30 and attend a delegate orientation via Zoom on June 18 or 19. Voting will take place electronically on June 20. If you are willing and able to be a voting delegate for our society, please contact Megan Abbott as soon as possible.
Spirit Camp 2020 will be available via a virtual and take-home format.
- SERVANTEENS/VOLUNTEERS! We still need your help! We are making introduction videos: email Katie Sensabaugh if you’d like to participate.
- Take-home bags will be available for those families who registered beginning SUNDAY JUNE 14. Watch for details beginning June 7.
- Videos will also be available at that time on our YouTube channel to follow along. Look for specific directions in the weeks to come.
Did you know that the author of Children of the Heavenly Father wrote the text when she was seventeen years old? Or that the original words of We Know That Christ Is Raised used scientific terminology to illustrate the doctrine of baptism to secular researchers? Attend our hymn sing & exploration to learn about your own favorites. If wyou would prefer not to sing, just listen and enjoy! Join us next Wednesday from 7-7:45pm via Zoom. For details, click HERE. Or email Dr. Priscilla Gabriel with questions.
In John 17 we hear Jesus praying His High Priestly Prayer, and He’s praying for you; He’s praying for your church family. He wants you to be people of His Word and Name unified as one Body with Him as the Head. His Body should function as ONE with Him as the Head and every member of the Body having a unique but unified function together as one for the purpose of His Kingdom.
Read John 17 today at home, and then pray for His will to be first done in your individual life and collectively as a unified church family. Pray that your life would be an answer to Jesus’ prayer that His will may be done to carry out His purpose in the world that needs the Good News of salvation.