FAITH TALKS is our monthly newsletter mailed to the homes of members and guests. Content includes articles from the staff and council, updates on our facilities and renovations, monthly events, and even coloring pages for the kids (and creative adults!) If you don't receive Faith Talks and would like to, call the office at (530) 895-3754 or email us your address and ask for our newsletter! Click here to see downloadable/printable copies of each edition for 2020.

If you need to print a REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST CLICK HERE for a PDF. You can scan and email it, mail it in traditionally, or drop it through the mail slot on campus. 

CHRIST in our HOME is a quarterly devotional including reflective readings and scriptures. You can pick one up at the office for $1. To learn more about this devotional, visit their website.

WHAT'S HAPPENING at FAITH? is a description of seasonal worship events, ministries, and other groups you can find at Faith Lutheran Church - - perfect for visitors or aspiring members! If you'd like to get to know Faith, then this booklet is highly recommended! Swing by the office to pick one up or download a copy here.

THE ANNUAL REPORT and BUDGET is a comprehensive report of the church's service and finances throughout the year. You can download a copy of the Annual Report here or swing by the office to pick up a physical copy. You can download a detailed version of Faith Lutheran's 2020-2021 Budget here.

If you are seeking LGBTQIA+ RESOURCES such as queer and trans education, or would like to learn more about Faith's policy on inclusivity, there are several resources available. LGBTQ+ Identities and their Meanings  is a Faith Lutheran publication briefly touching on different gender and sexual identities. Your Trans Neighbor touches on the basics of what it means to be transgender. For more faith-based, LGBTQ+ education, check out Reconciling Works's Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation resources. If you are in need of counseiling, support groups, or would like to learn more about the broader LGBTQIA+ community of Chico, check out Stonewall Alliance Center.

If you are seeking resources such as FOOD or SHELTER the Torres Shelter and Jesus Center are equipped to house and feed those in need. You may also call Northern Valley Catholic Social Services where they can direct you to places who offer food, shelter, behavior health resources, disaster relief, and more. The North State Food Bank, Salvation Army, or Chico Rescue Mission ((530) 343-1935) may be able to help out with food as well. Trinity Methodist distributes food every Saturday from 2-3pm. 

DO YOU NEED SOMEONE TO TALK TO ABOUT YOUR STRUGGLES? Consider checking out our Stephen Ministry. Our ministers offer one-on-one, Christ-centered care. Stephen Ministers are equipped to listen to those experiencing difficulties in life ranging from divorce, death of a loved one, job loss, compassion fatigue, illness, parenting struggles, trouble with the law, coming out, natural disaster, and others.

A Year in Review
A look back at the ministry of Faith Lutheran Church from July 2019 to June 2020


First Third of Life Review 2019-2020
A reflection on our ministry to children, teens, and college students at Faith Lutheran Church in 2020


Why We Need a New A/V System
An explanation of our current AV system and why we are raising money for a new one!