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Welcome to Faith Lutheran Church

A Christ-centered congregation of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS)

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Sundays: 8am + 10:30am* + 5pm

Wednesdays: Noon & 7pm

Worship Bulletins

 * Livestream and worship archives also available on Facebook or YouTube.

If you worship ONLINE, please let us know here.

                                        Click for full Lent/Easter schedule.

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Christian Education for all ages learn more…

Join us for time together in God’s Word.

Sundays | 9:15am

  • Sunday School Classes for toddlers (with parents) and up
  • Confirmation
  • FLY (youth)
  • Bible study learn more…


beginning Thursday, February 8: click below to learn more






News & Announcements


Endowment Funds available

Faith’s Parish Planning Council (PPC) is accepting funding requests from Ministry teams and other congregational entities, as well as individual members of Faith. These proposals should support new ministry opportunities outside of Faith’s regular operating budget.

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All applications must be received in the church office by Friday, March 1, 2024.











Registration is now open for members of Faith Lutheran Church and current Preschool families. Paper registration forms are available in your Friday@Faith email or in person at church.

Community registration will open on Monday, March 11.







In case of severe weather, any cancellation of regular or special church services and whole-congregation activities will be announced via:

Online worship will be available on our YouTube channel and Facebook regardless of the weather.

How close is your relationship with Jesus? According to Paul, “All of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death,” and “if we have been united with Him in a death like His, we shall certainly be united with Him in a resurrection like His” (Romans 6:3, 5).

Your Baptism has brought you so close to Jesus that you share death, life, and all things with Him. Therefore, when David said of Jesus in Psalm 41:1, “Blessed is the one who considers the poor,” he was also speaking of you. Your blessed Lord Jesus considers you—a poor, miserable sinner—and He will surely deliver you in the day of trouble so that you, too, will be “called blessed in the land” (Psalm 41:2).