Serving the Community
We are called to help one another, to feed those who are hungry, to help heal those who are sick, to visit those in prison, to shelter those who have nowhere to live.
As a church, Faith has put most of its energy into Faith Kitchen, a community meals program for those who do not have enough food or no place to cook. Since its beginning in 2001, Faith Kitchen has served over 9,000 people and relied on about 150 volunteer helpers from Faith and the local synagogue, sometimes the local mosque, sometimes Calvary Praise and Worship Center (one of the worshipping communities of Faith), and sometimes other Lutheran churches. If you would like to help, just come by at 5:30 on the second or last Tuesday of the month.
More information, including upcoming menus and calendar.
From time to time Faith works on special projects. Recently folks made cards to help the women at Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, Congo who are victims of sexual violence.