In following what the CDC recommends we have canceled the following events:
- The Multicultural Potluck
- Chidren’s Church
- The Early Bird Bible Study
- The Easter Egg Hunt
- The Easter Breakfast
God generously provides us with talents, gifts, time and treasure. In response to the Lord’s generous provision for us, we give generously to honor our Savior and serve our neighbor.
The Lord gave us His inerrant, inspired Word to create and sustain the miracle of faith in human hearts, so we continue to study the Scriptures regularly.
The Savior gives us free forgiveness, and we respond with lives of praise. God teaches us in His Word, and we respond in prayer.
We also react to God’s grace by sharing Christ with others. The first step to sharing Christ is to rejoice in Christ ourselves. Next, we look and listen for the unique opportunities God provides, and the Holy Spirit leads us to boldly and lovingly share our faith.
God is just. There are many in our community, and beyond, who are in need of physical support such as food and clothing. The Family of Faith sponsors a small food pantry, gathers lightly used clothes and cooperates with other human care agencies to assist our neighbors.
We at the Family enjoy people. Whether it is sharing a meal, gathering for a picnic or attending a ball game together, the joy of the Lord goes with us.
We are a faith community gathered by God through Holy Baptism. Therefore, we celebrate our life together now, and our future life together in heaven through worship, Bible study, service and honoring the family.
We believe that Jesus Christ lived a perfect life for us, died a sacrificial death for us and rose victoriously over sin, death and the devil for us. In response to this Good News, we thank and praise our Lord with prayers, songs, sermons, dramas, puppet skits and banners, with all the creativity the Lord has supplied us.
The Scripture clearly teaches that we are primarily present on earth to serve others. Jesus demonstrated this to his disciples by washing their feet the night he was betrayed unto death on the cross.
The Family of Faith Lutheran Church believes that the Bible is the word of God, and the one, true and triune God speaks to us today through the 66 books that the Holy Spirit inspired men and women to write and speak. Therefore, when we want to listen to God, we open the Bible and read.
The Bible teaches us that the Lord created families. The roles of husband, wife, father, mother, child, sister and brother were intended by God to be a blessing to individual souls. Therefore, we go out of our way to keep families together in worship, Bible study and service to the community.
The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod is a Christian denomination headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, with more than 2.3 million baptized members in more than 6,100 congregations served by more than 9,000 pastors. Its congregations operate the largest Protestant school system in the United States.
As a denomination, the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod confesses the historic Christian faith, which is built on “the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus himself being the cornerstone” (Ephesians 2:20).
The Family of Faith is a member congregation of the Texas District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The mission of the Texas District is to strengthen congregations to:
This mission is accomplished, in part, through nine college campus ministries, work in the inner cities of Houston, San Antonio, Austin and Dallas, and the mission and ministry of 534 congregations throughout Texas.
Lutheran Hour Ministries offers daily devotions and special devotions for the weeks before Christmas, known as Advent, and weeks leading up to Easter, known as Lent.