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For Life | For Eternity


For Life | For Eternity

lenten worship services

Wednesdays at 3:30 & 6:30pm (March 8-April5)

Lenten Supper served between services

holy week worship schedule

Palm Sunday, April 9, 7:45 & 10:30am

maundy thursday w/Holy Communion, april 13, 3:30 & 6:30pm

good friday w/holy communion, april 14, 1:00pm

good friday tenebrae (service of darkness), april 14, 7:00pm

easter sunrise service, april 16, 6:00am

easter festival services 8:00 & 10:00am

Easter Breakfast 7:00am

Faith Lutheran Church is a Christian church in Fond du Lac, WI dedicated to preaching and teaching the truth of God's Word. With the sure foundation of Jesus Christ as our Savior and his Word as our source of truth, we boldly work together as a family of believers.

Come join us in worshiping, serving, and sharing Jesus Christ our King with the rest of this community and the rest of the world!

Worship with us

Sundays at 7:45 and 10:30am

 Saturdays at 5:30pm

Thursdays 6:30pm (except during Advent & Lent)

Faith Church

Established in 1947 Faith Lutheran Church serves over 1500 members in the Fond du Lac area. Our mission is to share the message of Jesus with everyone that we can.  

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Faith School

Faith Lutheran School parents with parents in providing a Christ-centered education that prepares students for life and eternity. Learn more about the ways that we can partner with you and you family.

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Faith Preschool

Faith Lutheran Preschool is focused on connecting children and families to Christ and the message of forgiveness of sins and eternal life that he offers freely.

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Worship this Week

Worship this Week

5th Sunday in Lent

Jesus will raise us from death to life. The crown jewel of the coming kingdom is the resurrection of the dead. One day, Jesus will defeat the last enemy (1 Corinthians 15:27) and life will reign again in our new Eden with God. On our Lenten walk to Calvary, the Church sees the Savior come face to face with death and defeat it completely. During our Lenten walk, the Prayer of the Day asks God to help us remember that Jesus, who is resurrection and life, has made us heirs of eternal life.


sermon Lesson: John 11:17-27,38-45

Jesus performed the greatest miracle of his ministry to prove to us the certainty of his greatest promise. Death has hounded mankind since the garden and caused misery that God never intended for his children. When Christ saw the effects of death on his loved ones, he wept with them, but also promised them that one day even this last enemy would be defeated. Martha, too often remembered for her busyness, should be remembered for her confession of faith—so complete, so noble—that encompassed everything Jesus had preached. It even encompassed teachings the disciples struggled to comprehend! She believed in Jesus’ promise of a future resurrection, and so Jesus gave proof to her and to us that his promise is true. By that same faith, he will give to us the crown jewel of the kingdom. The one who is resurrection and life will also give resurrection and life to all who believe. Jesus’ victory in this battle with death was a forgone conclusion: he thanked God for it in advance. But Lazarus’ response to the command of Christ stirs the heart of every Christian who has stared at the ugly face of death: the dead man came out.


                           Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow!

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Worship at Faith

Worship at Faith

Every church has its own style of worship. We think you'll enjoy the services at Faith, but as in any church, you should expect it to take a couple of services to become accustomed to our way of praising God and proclaiming what he has done.

Each week the service outline is printed in the worship folder. In addition the entire service is projected on the wall to make it easy for you to follow along. All the Scripture readings, hymns, and responsive readings and prayers will be shown there. You are certainly welcome to bring along your own Bible and follow along there if you choose, too. Although the hymns are projected, hymnals are in the pew racks for you to use if you prefer to do so, when following the order of service of singing the hymns.

Music certainly is an important part of our services. Loud or soft, in monotone or rich harmony, all our praises are music to God as we respond to hearing His Word. 

When pondering God's love for us and our opportunity to praise and thank him for that love, we recall the words of the Psalm writer:  "I rejoiced with those who said to me, 'Let us go to the house of the LORD.'" (Psalm 122:1)