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Lenten Devotion Added, Plus YouTube Availability

Pastor Wenndt has just made available the 5th installment of the Lenten service series focused on the cross of Jesus Christ.  The link is here:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/59wgr30ry661qxa/lenten%20devotion%20-%20cross%205%20-%204-1-2020.mp4?dl=0 In addition, videographer and producer Larry Zimdahl has made this available also on YouTube.  The link is here:  https://youtu.be/5D4cCVxlch0 With the edict of the governor, which calls for everyone […]

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Bible Study and Worship for 3-29 Available for Viewing

Pastor Wenndt, with a huge assist from several members of the congregation, has now added to more resources for your viewing.  One is a brief Bible Study and update message from the president of our church body, the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, the Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison.  The other is our Gospel and message for the […]

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Lenten Worship Video Available

While everyone is still forced to stay at home, we have added a Lenten resource video that continues our series for 2020. The link is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/v2s4wgtnn133bcd/Lenten%20Service%203-25-2020.mp4?dl=0 We will continue to add to this collection, and continue to work to improve the quality of these videos.  Thanks in advance for watching these.  We hope to […]

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On-Line Worship Resource for 3-22-23 Added

During our time of ministry closure, we will be working to reach people in as many ways as we can on-line.  One of the ways is to record and publish worship resources.  While we hope to do much more in the weeks to come, the first edition is a 30+ minute video where Pastor Wenndt […]

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All Ministries of Faith Lutheran Church Closed Through April 1st

We have now received the new update and government recommendation that changes everything we had been both thinking about and working towards in the next couple of weeks. It strongly suggests limits of social gatherings to 10 people, rather than 50.  So based on this new information, and with an additional recommendation by the government […]

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