Worship is central to who we are and what we do as we gather to confess our sin, receive God’s forgiveness, worship through music and prayer, and be nurtured by God grace through word and sacrament.


Contemporary Worship

This service is led by piano, guitars, drums, and the Faith Singers.  We hear the lectionary readings, children have time with Pastor Adam for the children’s sermon, and we celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday.  During the school year, this service is indoors at 8:15 a.m.  During the summer (from Memorial Day to Labor Day), this service is outdoors (weather permitting) at 9:00 a.m.

Traditional Worship

This service is led by organ and follows traditional Lutheran liturgy and hymns.  Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday.

Combined Worship

When a month has five Sundays, we gather on that fifth Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for one combined service.  This service typically involves a number of different musical choirs of Faith and the songs are led by a special orchestra comprised of members of Faith.  Following the service, we often have a potluck to enjoy food and fellowship.