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23rd Sunday after Pentecost


Come join us

This Sunday, October 23rd




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 on "Habitat for Humanity" with Director Jeremy Montgomery and Faith member, Joe Geist.  An opportunity to learn about this vital housing ministry.
Gluten free hosts are always available for communion.

News & Announcements

CROP Walk for Hunger – Sunday, October 16

CROP Hunger Walks are community-wide events sponsored by Church World Service and organized by local congregations or groups to raise funds to end hunger at home and around the world.  Check out and select the New Providence area walk, then follow the prompts to register or sponsor a walker for our team – “FaithLutheran New Providence.”   On the day of the walk, we will meet at the United Methodist Church of New Providence on Springfield Avenue at 1:30 p.m.  All ages are welcome – bring your pets!

Daytime Bible Study: “We Must Plant the Church”

Wednesdays, October 19 thru November 910:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Join Pastor Jane as we explore the history of Lutheran in American through four centuries of the planting of the church in America, the new land.  The story is characterized by the tension between honoring the European roots of the church and adapting to the new realities of American life.  The Lutheran church, from its earliest days, faced religious pluralism, intolerance, lack of state support, and diversity of languages and traditions.  It wasn’t easy then, and it isn’t easy now.  Understanding American Lutheran history can change the way we see ourselves and the future of the church.  We will use videos and history as a guide to our study.  Register on the kiosk or by calling the Church Office.

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.