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Faith Ministry Stories

Remember that we are dust

Posted by Pastor John Klawiter on

You may see people with something on their foreheads this week that requires you to do a double take. No, it’s not a lightning bolt like Harry Potter. Christians remember the beginning of a season called Lent by wearing the sign of the cross on our foreheads made out of the ashes of palm...

Catching Up With Your Faith Council

Posted by Jennifer Tolzmann on

The most current Council meeting was held on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. This was the organizational meeting for the year ahead, and an opportunity for new council members (Christine Davis and Britta Dumke) to get better acquainted with existing council members (Laurie Husfeldt, Jenna Katorski...

Sacred Settlement in the News

Posted by Pastor John Klawiter on

Hey, you may have heard or seen Faith in the news recently. At our annual meeting in January, we voted to enter a Development Phase of a potential Sacred Settlement of tiny homes on our church grounds. Each reporter latched on to different parts of the story and gave their own twist. To...

Sacred Settlement Update


Posted by Jason Quill on

The Development Team is digging in and excited to continue the wonderful work initiated in the exploratory phase of the Sacred Settlement project! We started our journey by walking in the footsteps of those already serving the homeless on a regular basis, by partnering with Walking with a...

Nothing is too big for God!


Posted by Joyce Getchell on

We all need the support of one another.  The spiritual gift of Servanthood is prevalent at Faith. It is selfless, sacrificial and loving. It's performing ordinary deeds with extraordinary humility. One of my favorite hymns growing up was "Will you let me be your servant," especially the...

The Power of Prayer

Posted by Jennifer Tolzmann on

Philippians 4:4-7      4 Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice. 5 Let your reasonableness be known to everyone. The Lord is at hand; 6 do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and...

Simple Supplies Create Better Learning Environment

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Faith's Mission Grant Program encourages members to develop partnerships that serve others in our community.  Financial grants are awarded to projects that help someone outside the walls of Faith Lutheran Church, are relational in nature and inspire others to serve in Christ's name. The...

Why Faith and what does this mean?


Posted by Pastor John Klawiter on

On Sunday, January 26th, 2020, Faith Lutheran is hosting our annual meeting at 10:01 in the sanctuary between services. At the beginning of the meeting, we will vote on whether to move into the 2nd step, the Development Phase, of a Sacred Settlement. This is a 4-step process. Step 3, the Plan...

National Radon Month

Posted by Jean Peikert, RN on

January is national Radon month. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas released in rock, soil and water from the natural decay of uranium. The levels outside are a low threat to human health, but radon can accumulate to dangerous levels inside buildings. You can’t see, smell or...

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