Welcome to Faith Lutheran Church (ELCA)
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.
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Summer Worship at Faith
Beginning Sunday, June 11, and ending with Sunday, September 3, our readings for worship will come from the Narrative Lectionary (NL). The NL is a four-year cycle of readings that was created by Luther Seminary. On the Sundays from September through May each year the texts follow the sweep of the biblical story, from Creation through the early Christian church. For the summer, however, the readings delve deeper into the Bible via sermon series. For this summer, the series are: 5 weeks on Psalms, then 4 weeks on Ephesians, concluding with 4 weeks on Revela- tion. The primary reading and preaching text for each Sunday will come from the appointed book (for example, on June 11 it will be Psalm 100), and it will be accompanied by a brief gospel reading that corresponds with the theme of the day.
To complement these readings, our order of worship will change so that we begin with Morning Prayer, which includes standing and sitting at different times than we’re used to, and also periods of silence. This will be followed by the sermon and the “second half” of the service in its current order, including Communion.
A complete list of the Sunday readings is listed below. A complete list of the daily readings (Monday through Saturday) will be available by Sunday, June 4. As with all of our worship services, we hope that worship this summer will enrich your personal and prayer lives.
6/11/2017: Psalm 100 (John 1:14-17)
6/18/2017: Psalm 13 (John 6:35-40)
6/25/2017: Psalm 23 (John 10:1-4)
7/2/2017: Psalm 30 (John 6:67-69)
7/9/2017: Psalm 150 (John 4:24-26)
7/16/2017: Ephesians 1:1-14 (John 14:25-27)
7/23/2017: Ephesians 2:11-22 (Matt 28:16-20)
7/30/2017: Ephesians 4:1-16 (John 15:1-4)
8/6/2017: Ephesians 6:10-20 (Matt 10:28-31)
8/13/2017: Rev 4:1-11 (John 17:1-5)
8/20/2017: Rev 5:1-13 (John 1:29-31)
8/27/2017: Rev 6:1-8; 7:9-17 (John 14:1-4)
9/3/2017: Rev 21:1-6; 22:1-5 (John 16:20-22)
Our Newsletters are Online!
Have you noticed that our bi-monthy newsletters are available for reading online, or downloading to your computer if you wish! To access our currect and previous newsletters, go to the Newsletters page by CLICKING HERE.
Faith, Sexism, Justice: Conversations Toward a Social Statement
Join Linda Herrera, member of Faith Lutheran Church and part of the ELCA Task Force on Women and Justice: One in Christ, for a 7-week series dsigned by the Task Force to invite people into dialogue and action.
Satuday, June 24-Saturday, August 5:
2pm-4pm, English Study Group
6pm-8pm, Spanish Study Group
Sunday, June 25-Sunday, August 6
10:30am-11:30am - Adult Forum
Event occurs in the Faith Lutheran Church Parish Hall