We welcome everyone who gathers with us for worship, seeks us for care and comfort &
joins with us in the work of healing and hope!
Of those who gather, some are first time guests - some are long time members.
Some are seeking a new relationship with God - some are mature in their faith.
Some are certain of their faith - some have many doubts and questions.
However, all of us long to be reminded that we are loved by God.
God graciously meets us in this time of worship and it is the Holy Spirit that makes possible our prayerful, musical worship. God's work of shaping lives for serving others is begun anew among us each and every time we gather.
For a map of our 40th Ave Campus - CLICK HERE
• Everyone is encouraged to fill out one of the "tear off" Connection Cards that are included in the bulletin that you will receive when you arrive for worship. This is the best way to communicate with our staff, share prayer requests or request a pastoral contact. You can also use the Online version by CLICKING HERE
• FJLC values families worshipping together and there is ample space in our worship centers for your kids to roam and spread out. However, if parents would like a "quiet" space for their kids, we have those spaces for you at each of our campuses. See the maps above for the location of our kids spaces.
Children's Bulletins and Activity Bags are also available for your use, if you desire.
(please see an usher for a special bulletin)
• We joyfully celebrate the real presence of Jesus in, with and under the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
(also known as Holy Communion, the Eucharist, Breaking of Bread, the Sacrament of the Altar)
every Sunday at our 8:30 worship [2nd Ave Campus] and on the first and third Sunday at all other worship services. Everyone (and we really mean that) is welcome to share in this holy meal with us - regardless of age, faith background or denominational history.
For more information about Holy Communion @FJLC - Check out our FAQ page
Our Lutheran Christian heritage is filled with statements of faith and orders of worship which may or may not be familiar to you. If you are unfamiliar with the order of worship on the day you visit - relax and let the assembly carry you along. What brings us all to worship are the basic acknowledgements that life is difficult, God is good, and we need each other.
For information about what you can expect when you visit us, CLICK HERE
You are WELCOME here. For more information about our worship services....CLICK HERE