Welcome to Faith Lutheran Church
A Christ-centered congregation of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS)
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Christian Education for all ages learn more…
Join us for time together in God’s Word.
- Sunday School Classes for toddlers (with parents) and up
- Confirmation class (grades 7-8)
- FLY (youth)
- Adult Bible study learn more…
- What Do We Believe? class learn more…
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Saturday, April 1
Mark your calendar to join us on
- Monday, February 6
- Tuesday, March 7: Habits That Build a Strong Relationship / Habits that Help Apply the Rules
- Wednesday, April 12:
- Thursday, May 11:
A few copies of the Simple Habits for Effective Parenting book are available in our church bookstore at a discounted price of $11. This optional book will serve as an outline for much of the class.
This Lenten season, we have a fresh opportunity to embrace God’s amazing love for us, His baptized children, in new ways.
St. Paul clearly says that “faith comes from hearing” (Romans 10:17), but the Gospel is also communicated through the physical senses of sight, smell, touch, and taste.
Jesus mentions that a good teacher not only brings out new treasures but reminds people of old and rich treasures as well (see Matthew 13:52). So, each Wednesday in Lent, we will take a weekly journey to concretely see, smell, touch, and taste a number of biblical elements.
Our Lenten series is called Promised Treasures. Just as Israel wandered through the wilderness under Moses for forty years, awaiting the Promised Land, we await heaven in the wilderness of this life. Life as exiles in the wilderness of this world is not easy and pain-free. In this vale of tears, we await our real home, the new promised land of heaven. Until we enter our eternal promised land, however, the Lord calls us to be His light in this dark world (see Colossians 3; Ephesians 4).
This series begins ashes, then proceeds to salt, water, light, bread, and finally, palms. Then, during Holy Week, the focus shifts toward water and blood, wood, fragrant oil, and finally, on Easter, milk and honey.
All these beautiful Old and New Testament elements will remind you of God’s eternal love in Christ, fill you with renewed hope, and increase your joy, knowing that because we are His baptized children, God is near to us now more than ever.
Masks are optional for any indoor activity at Faith. The pastors continue the practice of wearing masks and using hand sanitizer for distribution of the Lord’s Supper, and opening windows for increased air circulation. We understand that this news will be met with a variety of reactions. May our Lord grant us His mind as we seek to live in harmony with one another, taking to heart the words of St Paul in Romans 15:5-6:
May the God of endurance and encouragement grant you to live in such harmony with one another, in accord with Christ Jesus, that together you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.