FEAST stands for Fellowship, Education, And Spirit Together. Folks gather for a number of different activities for fellowship, to learn, and celebrate the work of the Spirit among us.
Join us on Tuesday mornings as we begin with breakfast and fellowship. We then read and reflect on the upcoming Sunday’s gospel lesson and discuss its significance in our lives. Check the Calendar page for exact times and locations.
MEN’S PRAYER GROUP
Join us on Wednesdays at 7:00 a.m. at Faith as we share where we’ve seen God in our lives, share answered prayers and prayer requests, and spend time in prayer together.
FAITH FORMATION TIME
At 9:30 am, between our Sunday morning services, people of all ages are invited to take time for Faith Formation. Bags of materials are provided for families with children to meet together, and devotions are provided for adults. Various book studies and Bible studies are offered throughout the year.
Join us for Faith Lutheran On Wednesdays! On a couple of Wednesdays each month, we gather for fellowship as we welcome the life-giving grace of God to flow through our community. Some previous events have been game night, breakfast for supper, trivia, Winter Blues Worship, concerts, service projects, and more. See the calendar or newsletter for more information on the events, dates, and times.
One Monday a month, we offer a movie and discussion. Participants can bring some food to share and we enjoy lunch together while watching. See the calendar or newsletter for more information on the movie, dates, and times.
SMALL GROUP BIBLE STUDY
We offer a couple of small group Bible Studies for anyone; from someone new to the faith, to those who want to dig-in deeper. Contact the pastor or Parish Life Coordinator if you would like to know more.
Our 7th-9th grade confirmation program involves a variety of facets. Each youth is paired with a mentor and meet monthly to work on an assigned project. Each month the youth and mentors meet for an evening of activities, fun, and instruction. Each Sunday the youth meet for a Sunday School session on Bible or Lutheran beliefs. The youth and their families are encouraged to engage in faith acts in the home such as bible reading, conversation, prayer, and blessings.