Living Faith Lutheran Church
Saturday, September 20, 2014
God's Work. Our Hands.


Looking for a new direction?

 Are you searching for a place to renew and restore your spirit? Develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ? Join a loving community dedicated to putting its faith into action?

 If so, Living Faith Lutheran may be the spiritual home for you. No matter what your background - whether you're new in town or new to worship - everyone is welcome at Living Faith.

Please browse our web site to find out more about our mission and history ... the fun & fellowship you'll find at Living Faith ... and our vibrant ministries, which help people within our community across the nation and around the world.

Better yet, join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for worship -- and find out whether our journey of faith, love, hope & service is one you'd like to join! 


  • Food Drive for Manna begins September 1 and runs through September 15th.   Drop Box in front of church on Veirs Mill Road side street; stop by anytime to drop off food.   This year we will pick up donations of 25 lbs or more.  Call 301-770-0041 to schedule a pick-up.

  •  Labyrinth The Living Faith Lutheran Church (LFLC) Labyrinth will be open in the Fellowship Hall from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturdays,  September 27th;   October 25th;  November 15th

 Labyrinth walking is an ancient practice used by many for spiritual centering, contemplation and prayer. Entering the serpentine path of a labyrinth, the walker walks slowly while quieting their mind and focusing on a spiritual question or prayer.

What is a Labyrinth?  A labyrinth is not a maze. It has only one path to the center and back out, which is the meaning of the term unicursal (one line). It has no blind alleys or dead ends. The path twists and turns back on itself many times before reaching the center. Once at the center, there is only one way back out. In this way, it symbolizes a journey to a predetermined destination (such as a pilgrimage to a holy site), or the journey through life from birth to spiritual awakening to death.

  • Blessing of Pets:  LFLC’s annual Blessing of Pets is scheduled for Sunday afternoon, October 5thMark your calendars, tell family, friends, neighbors and Fido or Fluffy or Goldie or Birdie or Slither (even snakes need love) or …


  • See our Newsletter for more details about these and other Events.