Welcome to Faith Lutheran Church

A warm welcome to you and to everyone!  We are a Christ-centered, family oriented, Bible-based congregation committed to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

If you are new to the area, serving in our military, and/or are looking for a church home, we invite you to join our family here at Faith Lutheran Church. 

What about the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod?
  • The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LC-MS) is a family of 2.6 million Christians, gathered in more than 6,000 congregations throughout the United States.  Our church body was founded more than 150 years ago by  a small band of immigrants in America who were dedicated to preaching and teaching the Gospel of the forgiveness of sins through Christ alone.  Many of the founders of our Synod were from Missouri, hence the word "Missouri" in our church's name.
  • Our congregations are united in an association of Christian fellowship called a "Synod," which means "walking together."  Every congregation is self governed and unique.  We believe and teach the same Biblical truths, but our congregations also reflect the diversity of the people we serve.  Some are located in rural areas, others in inner cities.  Some are large, others are very small.  We are a family gathered from all nations, united in the wonderful truth that Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world.
  • Martin Luther, the great Christian Reformer of the 16th century, boldly proclaimed the Bible's most important message: that Christ came into the world to save sinners, and lived among us to defeat our enemies--sin, death and the devil.  Luther believed and taught that Jesus' sacrificial death on the cross washed away the sins of the whole world, and that those who place their trust in Him are forgiven.  They are declared righteous and are reconciled to God.
  • What Luther began in 1517 reached its culmination in 1580, when the official statements of Lutheran belief (the Lutheran Confessions) were gathered together in what is known as the Book of Concord.  We place great value in retaining and advancing the cause of the Lutheran Reformation.  We see in the Reformation movement the hand of God working to preserve the truth of His Word and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Therefore, we are committed to genuine, historical Lutheranism.
    We Believe...
  • God is the triune God of the Bible--Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  He is our Creator, Redeemer and Sanctifier.
  • The Bible is the Word of God.  It not only contains the Word of God, but actually is God's Word and is the only source of revealed truth concerning Christ, faith, and salvation, by which the church is governed.
  • Faith in Jesus Christ is the gift of God to man through which man is declared righteous before God who forgives all man's sins.
  • Man, though created holy and innocent, by his own choice fell into sin, thus separating himself from God.
  • Sin is every offense of God's law and leads man to death and eternal damnation unless he is redeemed.
  • Redemption is the act of God revealed in the Bible and proclaimed by the Church whereby Jesus Christ, the Son of God, born of the Virgin Mary, died for the sins of the world and rose again from the dead to secure our redemption.



  • Sunday School and Youth Classes
  • Adult Sunday Morning Class
  • Adult Midweek Class
  • Children's Midweek Class
  • Confirmation Instruction
  • Adult Information Class
  • Vacation Bible School

    Group Activities:

  • Choir
  • LWML - Ladies Mission Society (Lutheran Women in Mission)
  • Men of Faith - Men's Club
  • LYF (Lutheran Youth Fellowship) - Youth Group
  • Lutherans for Life

    Parish Service:

  • Board of Education
  • Board of Elders
  • Board of Evangelism
  • Board of Stewardship
  • Church Council
  • Altar Guild
  • The Luther Rose, also known as the Luther Seal, is easily the most recognized symbol for Lutheranism, and for good reason. Martin Luther personally oversaw the creation of this symbol. It provides a beautiful summary of his faith, a faith that is common to all Christians, of every place and every time. Here is how Luther explained the meaning of his seal: 

    "Grace and peace from the Lord. As you desire to know whether my painted seal, which you sent to me, has hit the mark, I shall answer most amiably and tell you my original thoughts and reason about why my seal is a symbol of my theology. The first should be a black cross in a heart, which retains its natural color, so that I myself would be reminded that faith in the Crucified saves us. For one who believes from the heart will be justified" (Rom. 10:10). Although it is indeed a black cross, which mortifies and which should also cause pain, it leaves the heart in its natural color. It does not corrupt nature, that is, it does not kill but keeps alive. "The just shall live by faith" (Rom. 1:17) but by faith in the crucified. Such a heart should stand in the middle of a white rose, to show that faith gives joy, comfort, and peace. In other words, it places the believer into a white, joyous rose, for this faith does not give peace and joy like the world gives (John 14:27). That is why the rose should be white and not red, for white is the color of the spirits and the angels (cf. Matthew 28:3; John 20:12). Such a rose should stand in a sky-blue field, symbolizing that such joy in spirit and faith is a beginning of the heavenly future joy, which begins already, but is grasped in hope, not yet revealed. And around this field is a golden ring, symbolizing that such blessedness in Heaven lasts forever and has no end. Such blessedness is exquisite, beyond all joy and goods, just as gold is the most valuable, most precious and best metal.This is my compendium theoligae [summary of theology]. I have wanted to show it to you in good friendship, hoping for your appreciation. May Christ, our beloved Lord, be with your spirit until the life hereafter. Amen." 


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