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January 2022 Update
    01.01.22 | Women of Faith | General

    Beginning Tuesday January 11, 9:00 – 10:30 AM Bible Study “Heaven & Hell” Our Winter Bible study this year begins the second Tuesday in January. Couples and singles are welcome. We will meet in Faith’s Disciple...

    New Year, New...
      01.01.22 | The Shepherd's Voice | by Sam Maconachy

      Confession: New Year’s (or is it just New Year?) is my least favorite holiday. For many reasons in fact. One, I am not a stay up late person. I don’t think I ever was. Once it hits 9PM all cognitive functioning ceases to exist in me...

      Are We There Yet?
        12.18.21 | General | by Ron Mitchell

        Here we are in the Christmas season again, and while every Christmas season is a special time, I must say this one holds a little more excitement for me. Last year we were somewhat strangled by the effects of Covid-19, and so participation in the...

        Ready to Serve?
          12.18.21 | General | by Rowe Hudson

          Are you interested in joining a fun group of Christ-loving individuals to help advance His mission? We’d love to have you as member of Church Council. Members of Church Council help to ensure that all ministries of Faith Lutheran Church...

          The Sights of Christmas
            12.01.21 | The Shepherd's Voice | by Don Treglown

            The Sights of Christmas at Faith It always thrills me to point out the different sights you see in the Sanctuary during Advent and Christmas here at Faith Lutheran Church.  Here are just a few of the items that you will see: Advent...

            From the Director of Music
              12.01.21 | Music | by Matthew Swingle

              Hello Faith Family, Psalm 150: 3-4 “Praise him with trumpet sound; praise him with lute and harp! Praise him with tambourine and dance; praise him with strings and pipe! Praise him with sounding cymbals; praise him with loud clashing...

              The Sounds of Christmas
                12.01.21 | The Shepherd's Voice | by Sam Maconachy

                It’s generally known and accepted that one’s sense of smell holds the strongest connection to memory and nostalgia.  If there was to be a second under smell, I would be willing to bet that hearing is next.  That is, in my...