Our worship has a rich and vibrant history that spans across numerous traditions; traditions which draw their inspiration from a diverse variety of countries, communities, and media. Services, whether they be on Sunday mornings or Wednesday evenings, include music from the Taizé community in France, videos from families in the congregation and community, art from local and national artists, and sermons bridging a variety of topics.
We sing and play a wide variety of worship music including classic masterworks, hymns, gospel music, and songs from all over the world! Faith is fortunate to have our FLC Choir, Resurrection Brass, and Contemporary Worship Instrumentalists to worship and sing with us. You don't have to be a church member to share your talents with us; we welcome anyone with a love of music to sing and play with us! Contact Luke Nicolay, our Director of Worship and Music if you're interested.
Psalm 9:1-2 says “I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart; I will tell of your wonderful deeds. I will be glad and exult in you; I will sing praise to your name, O Most High.” And there are oh so many vibrant and joyous ways in which we sing (or play!) our praise. Faith Lutheran Church is home to the choir, handbell choir, contemporary instrumentalists, organists, and vocalists that make our worship engaging. Whether you are an amateur or professional; a singer or guitar player; young or old, you are invited to participate in the ministry of music here at Faith.
Worship doesn't run on one person alone. It takes a diverse team from ushering to serving Communion to running the sound board. Each role brings meaninful worship to all those who participate, and we invite you to come and serve as you are able.