Whether gathering at church, a member's home or a local park, whether enjoying food, music, sports, a movie or exploring God’s Word, there are many opportunities to connect with others at Faith, with our relationship with God at the heart of everything.
Sunday morning finds the people of Faith worshiping and learning about God. Adult Sunday school classes are offered throughout the year, with a variety of teachers and topics which change quarterly.
Learning and service to God and others continues all week, with people coming together at various times throughout the week for Bible studies, special projects, music preparation and much more.
A New Member Class is offered for those who wish to become members, and others who are interested in learning more about Christianity and what Lutherans believe.
Special midweek Services are scheduled during the times of preparation for Christmas (Advent) and Easter (Lent).
Faith's Women’s Ministry, “Daughters of the King,” encourages and equips women for the purpose of developing a closer relationship with Christ, the Church, and the community.
In addition to social activities, a Women’s Morning Bible Study allows women to come together and be refreshed spiritually as they study God’s Word and engage in discussions.
Each spring, women from Faith plan and participate in a special retreat weekend where Bible study, music, and relaxation contribute to women growing closer to the Lord and each other.
Faith’s men’s group, Men of Faith in Action (MOFIA), meets the first Saturday of each month (except July and August). Breakfast, Bible Study, and discussion are key components of these Saturday mornings that are for men of all ages. This group may round out the meeting by completing projects around the church. Occasionally the group attends outside events together, such as county-wide prayer breakfasts.
Men of the church plan and attend a yearly one-day retreat held at Faith where they hear God's Word and enjoy fellowship.
The Small Group Ministry is comprised of a number of Small Groups who meet weekly or twice a month. “Bear One Another’s Burdens,” St. Paul’s tells us in Galatians 6:2. Aspects include: Bible study, fellowship, and service.
We gather throughout the year for different social activities. A few of the activities that bring people of all ages together at Faith are: