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6th Sunday after Pentecost

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Come join us

6th Sunday after Pentecost, June 26th


8:00 a.m. - Spoken Eucharist

8:45 a.m. - Summer Choir Rehearsal

9:30 a.m. - Sung Eucharist

We return to our regular worship schedule on Rally Day, September 11.


Gluten free hosts are always available for communion.

News & Announcements

Back to Basics – Backpack Drive

school-backpack-school-clipart-schoolOur Family of Faith is collecting backpacks this summer to deliver to our mission partners in Newark and Plainfield, and to local children through the Community Service Association and our Hospitality program.
Please bring in a backpack filled with the following items:  6 pack of pens (blue or black ink), 6 pack of no. 2 pencils, 12 ct. crayon box, one package of lined notepaper, one package of construction paper, one toothbrush and one tube of toothpaste.  The backpacks will be on display in the chancel until they are delivered in time for school.  Please bring them in no later than Sunday, August 28.

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.

Orlando Massacre Memorial Eucharist

faith-wp-single-candleIn response to the massacre in Orlando, Faith Lutheran Church held a Memorial Eucharist on Monday, June 13 at 7:30 p.m.  This special, reflective worship service prayed for comfort for the families of those killed; for healing for those injured;  for safety for all the first responders; and for hope for our troubled nation and world.