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19th Sunday after Pentecost

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Come join us

This Sunday, September 25th


8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.   - Eucharistic Liturgy
9:40 a.m.   - Adult and Youth Forum, and Sunday School for ages 3 and up


 In Adult Forum: Join us in Franklin Nelson Hall for fellowship and refreshments, and a program with Tom Keiser Jr. and Gypsy Funerals.  An opportunity to learn more about this unique group within our midst and their end of life customs.
Gluten free hosts are always available for communion.

News & Announcements

EVENING BIBLE STUDY – “Reformation Roots”

ref-roots-coverMondays thru October 107:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Our Fall Evening Bible Study, “Reformation Roots”, began September 12th and continues on Monday evenings thru mid-October. As we get ready for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, join Pastor Mac as we take an in depth look at this historical period.  “Reformation Roots” is a new video resource that will help us put the Reformation into context as we look at various reformers, particularly Luther, and how the world and the church were changed.  Using the video and class presentations will help us further understand this transformative periodand ours.  Register on the kiosk in the narthex or by calling the Church Office.  New students are welcome and encouraged to join us.

Reformation Program by Dr. Timothy Wengert

Getting Prepared for 500 Years of Reformation Then and New With Dr. Timothy Wengert

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Timothy WengertRegister now for this day long program here at Faith with Dr. Timothy Wengert, world renowned Luther scholar. Dr. Wengert kicks off our 18 month Reformation Anniversary observance with presentations on “Deciphering the 95 Theses and Re-Forming The Christian Life.” Dr. Wengert is an unbelievably gifted teacher and theologian who has a wonderful way of making our theology real and exciting. Registration brochures are on the kiosk and counter and we would encourage your early response as registration will be beginning very shortly throughout the Synod. Our day will begin with the Eucharist at which Bishop Bartholomew will be preaching, followed by morning and afternoon presentations with lunch being served. Please note: There is no registration fee for members of Faith.

Holocaust Symposium, October 2016

You are invited to join us in October for a special Holocaust Symposium.  Pastor Mac will share presentations on October 8 and 15 from 9 a.m. till noon, and then on October 22-23 we will have an optional trip to the United States Memorial Holocaust Museum in Washington.  Besides our day at the Museum, our trip will include a “Washington By Night” tour with visits to the Lincoln Memorial, and Vietnam, Korea and World War II Memorials.  Sunday, we will worship at Luther Place Lutheran Church, just blocks from the White House.  Luther Place is one of the preeminent urban ministries in the ELCA.  On the way home we will be stopping at Chesapeake City for lunch and a walk about.  If you are interested in joining us for the Symposium and/or optional trip, please send a return email or sign the interest sheet  on the kiosk.  Guests are welcome to join us.