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Worship and . . .

Weekly worship is the most important thing we do at Faith Lutheran Church.  At worship, Jesus is present with us through the proclamation of the word and through the sacraments of Holy Communion and Baptism.  We offer Holy Communion at every Sunday worship service.


For the most part, our worship is the familiar liturgical worship many expect from a Lutheran community of faith.  We add a few wrinkles though.  Every third Sunday of the month, our Praise Team, Living Faith,

takes center stage leading the worship and the singing. When there is a fifth Sunday in the month, our Gospel Quartet takes over, leading the congregation in Gospel singing.


All the people of Faith who gather on Sunday morning are sinners, needing to hear the forgiving and loving words of our savior.  Renewed and strengthened, the people of Faith are ready to take on the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The word liturgy literally means “the work of the people."  The pastor leads the worship, but we need many people to make it work.  If you would like to help us worship, here are some things you can do:


  • Altar Guild, to help prepare for worship

  • Readers, to help present the readings of the day

  • Ushers, to help people as they enter church

  • Greeters, to make sure all feel welcome

  • Assisting ministers, to help the Pastor lead worship

  • Acolytes, to light the candles for worship

  • Communion servers, to help distribute bread and wine


 . . . Music

Bell Choir

Being a member of our bell choir is a great way for you to

have fun and serve.  You don't need any experience!  All it takes is a

little commitment — to practice each week and ring occasionally for

our worship service.  Our choir season kicks off in late August and

ends in early May.


Our bell group is not only about music education, not only about

rehearsing just to make "good" music.  This choir is a key part of

our music ministry.  Our bell choir is about ministry and worship

and of course, having a good time!  Come share the joy and fellowship

of music and hand bells!

If you have any questions, or would just like to know more about the bell choir,

please contact Karen McGuire at


Group Practice Times:  To be determined.

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