Give Back

As stewards of God’s blessings and gifts to us, Faith members give back with their offerings, time, and talents for God’s Love/Our Response.

All offerings go to help support the work of The Lord at Faith and help with local mission projects in which we and our friends participate, as well as outreach and projects in our nation and our world.  We return thanks with joyful hearts for all that God has given us!

Get Active

We value and appreciate when a member has the desire to volunteer where they can be in fellowship with family and friends.  There are many opportunities for you to get involved at Faith Lutheran, some in which you may not be aware there is a need for your help!

Choir Member, Reader During Services, Greeter/ Usher
Board of Elders Member

(6+ Helpers Needed)

The basic objectives of this board are the spiritual welfare of the Pastor(s) and congregational members, individually and corporately, and the supervision of everything pertaining to congregational worship. The Board of Elders shall serve as special assistants to the Pastor, supporting him with prayer, helping him with special problems in his ministry; and concerning itself with the spiritual, emotional and physical health and welfare of the Pastor and his family. It shall ensure that he is provided with adequate compensation, housing and assistance with his work to guarantee him sufficient free time for personal responsibilities, study and relaxation. The Board of Elders shall help the Pastor cultivate a spirit of harmony among the congregation members.

Board of Trustees Member

(3+ Helpers Needed)

The objectives of this board are to ensure the proper maintenance and repair of the church property; to ensure the representation of the congregation in legal matters; and to provide for the general protection of the congregation against loss or damage of whatever nature.

Board of Christian Education Member

(2 Helpers Needed)

The basic objectives of this Board are to plan and administer the educational programs of the congregation the deepening of the faith and activity of the members of this congregation, to determine education policies, and to select personnel for the various educational programs, with consultation of the Pastor.

Board of Stewardship Member

(3+ Helpers Needed)

The basic objectives of this Board are to initiate programs for the development of good stewardship attitudes in the members of the congregation in regard to time, talents and treasures; to provide for the training and utilization of members of the congregation for the work of Christ’s Kingdom; and to promote the financial stability of the congregation and its work through an annual program of dedicated, proportionate, first-fruits giving.

Board of Evangelism Member

(2 Helpers Needed)

The basic objectives of this Board are to bring the Gospel to the unchurched, the enlistment of God’s people in the work of spreading the Gospel, and the proper soul accounting at all times.

Board of Missions Member

(4 Helpers Needed)

This Board offers a ministry of service to peoples’ physical, mental and emotional needs. It provides a more focused identity for Faith Lutheran Church through support of others in our congregation, in our community and in our world. It will provide coordination of efforts by all mission-related groups (including the LWML) to best support and expand the mission of Faith Lutheran Church.

Board of Fellowship Member

(3+ Helpers Needed)

The basic objectives of this board are the strengthening of the fellowship between congregation members, spiritually and socially; the integration and assimilation of new members into the life of the congregation and the general buildup of mutual cooperation, support, trust and enjoyment among members of the congregation.

The following specifics may be carried out by the Board of Fellowship:

  • Plan, supervise, and implement larger gatherings of the congregation from time to time through the year which will further the goals of the congregation.
  • Maintain constant contact with other Administrative Boards, both suggesting to them ways of furthering the work of their Boards through fellowship and drawing from them requests and suggestions for fellowship activities.
  • Maintain an adequate group of willing workers who will help to plan, coordinate and execute the work necessary to the successful accomplishment of fellowship goals.
  • Provide a general atmosphere of friendliness among the members on a small scale by suggesting to groups, societies, Bible Classes, and the like ways of bringing their members into meaningful personal relationships.
  • Provide for the integration and assimilation of new members and their families into the congregation through periodic fellowship nights, dinners, rallies and the like in conjunction with the Board of Evangelism.
  • Review and adopt or adapt materials and ideas from various sources which will bring congregation members into personal contact in groups such as family nights, plays, Fun Fairs, talent shows, and the like.