Welcome to Faith ELCA!
Faith Lutheran Church -
"Loving God and Our Neighbor."
We are delighted to welcome you to our community of faith at Faith Lutheran Church! ALL are welcome at Faith ELCA, regardless of denomination, race, gender, economic or marital status, sexuality, gender identity, or age. As a Reconciling in Christ Congregation, we honor all of God's children and value everyone's place in God's kingdom of grace, peace, and love.
We invite you to get to know more about us by looking through the pages of this website. If you have any questions, or would like more information about our congregation, our worship, or our ministries, please contact the church office by telephone or email. We are happy to talk with you at any time.
We hope to meet you soon and welcome you into our community of fellowship.
We feature two worship celebrations every Sunday:
9:00am - Service of Holy Communion in English
featuring the traditional liturgy, Holy Communion, scripture, a relevant teaching message, and the music of our chancel choir, glorious pipe organ, and piano.
11:00am - Service of Holy Communion in Spanish
featuring the traditional liturgy in Spanish and music from El Coro.
*On months with FIVE Sundays, the fifth Sunday is a single, bilingual service of Holy Communion
*December 30th, 2018, March 31st, 2019, June 30th, 2019, December 29th, 2019
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Celebra con Nosotros
The Day of the Dead is a popular Mexican celebration. Its origin dates back to the Mesoamerican cultures that inhabited the Mexican territory before the arrival of the Spaniards, such as the Mexican, Maya, Mixtec, Texcocan ethnic groups. Originally, according to the Mixtec calendar, it is celebrated during the ninth month of the solar year, to honor the deceased. It takes place on November 2, although celebrations begin on November 1. The ritual aims to honor the life of the ancestors, the dearly departed. All kinds of offerings are placed on an altar that is raised in their memory as a gift.
The presence of the family dead is celebrated, and that day they return home to be with their relatives and to be nourished and enjoy the offerings that have been dedi- cated to them.
Faith/La Fe is proud to host a Day of the Dead celebration this year on Saturday, November 2, from 5pm-8pm in Parish Hall. There will be an altar and traditional Mexican food and beverages to enjoy. Come and celebrate with us!