Lutheran Student Fellowship and Faith Lutheran Church have a very close relationship. Most members of LSF worship at Faith on Sunday mornings. Throughout the semester, students from LSF read scripture in church, lead contemporary-style worship services, sing in the choir, teach Sunday school, and help out with the youth group. Also, families from the congregation “adopt” students through our Adopt-A-Student program.
What can I expect at a Sunday service?
Sunday worship starts at 10:15 A.M. Many people choose to dress up for church, but some people come in blue jeans. Our services are liturgical, which means that they follow a set order of prayers and songs every Sunday. If you’ve never attended a Lutheran church, you may be surprised to find that quite a bit of the service is sung by the congregation instead of spoken. Visitors are warmly welcomed, but don’t worry, we won’t ask you to stand up in front of the entire congregation. Instead, we have a time after the service with light refreshments where you can introduce yourself and chat for a little while. The congregation is very friendly and welcoming. Also, make sure to pay attention to the end of the service for any important LSF announcements.
What kind of church is Faith?
Faith Lutheran Church is a growing, mission-minded, welcoming church in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). In addition to its campus ministry outreach, the church supports a K-6 Christian school and is affiliated with three smaller congregations (Milan, Unionville, and Memphis) in the region. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact the church (660-665-6122) or Pastor David Lukefahr at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I get a ride to church?
Yes – you sure can! Meet at the Lutheran Campus Center at 9:55 A.M. for rides to Faith Lutheran Church. If you have special needs or need different accomodations, we’re happy to help. Just send us an email or contact us on Facebook. Faith Lutheran Church is located at 1820 South Baltimore Street, at the corner of Baltimore and LaHarpe.