Living Faith Lutheran Church
Monday, May 25, 2015
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! 


  • Motoring to Motown  Plan to come out on April 25th for our Motoring to Motown evening.  This Dinner and Silent Auction is to raise money for sending our youth to the ELCA Youth Gathering in Detroit, MI, in July 2015.  Dinner items include Coney Dogs, Boston Coolers, Detroit-style pizza and authentic Detroit potato chips.  Some items for the Auction include a Wine Basket; a quilt; an afghan; 2 one-month Gift Memberships to Curves; Gift Card to Nick’s Chop House; and much, much more.  But, of course, we will be treated to the best of Motown music all evening!

    So, mark your calendars, bring friends, family, neighbors,  and plan to be there beginning at 5:00 on Saturday, April 25th!

  • Together to Eat and Discuss (TED) meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 6:00 pm in the Fellowship HallThe format is this: everyone brings some food to share. It can be leftovers or whatever you have on hand. There is no need of anything fancy or to spend a lot of time cooking.  Come to the gathering even if you have nothing to share that week. In true Lutheran fashion, we always have more food than we need.  As we begin dinner, we watch a video - maybe on a current topic, maybe on a tradition - but always something thought provoking.  You don’t have to have extensive knowledge of the Bible or Lutheran tradition to join in the discussion.  This is loosely based on Martin Luther’s famous Table Talks.
  • See our Newsletter for more details about all our Events.