(Affirmed at the Jan. 28, 2007 Annual Meeting)
“Living in God’s Amazing Grace, we envision Faith Lutheran Church as a diverse beacon of hope, healing, and reconciliation in a broken world.”
Recognizing the need for followers to share their faith in the risen Christ, Faith Lutheran aspires to be a public church, empowering parishioners to become God’s servants in Christ’s commission to share the Gospel message of good news to the poor, healing to the sick and broken, and justice to the oppressed.
We aspire to do this by being a transformational church to meet the changing needs of Sacramental Worship, Congregational Nurture, and Ministries of Peace, Mercy, and Justice as called by the Holy Spirit.
Statement of Mission
(Adopted at a special Congregational meeting, June 26, 2002)
As disciples in Christ, we are called....
“To Incarnate the gracious, healing, and reconciling presence of God through: Sacramental Worship, Congregational Nurture, and Ministries of Peace, Mercy, and Justice for all Creation.”
We Accomplish This Through:
1. Sacramental Worship that:
2. Congregational Nurture that:
3. Ministries of Peace, Mercy, and Justice that: