We are a growing, thriving community of Lutheran Christians. We welcome you to our church, no matter where you are in your faith journey. If you are uncertain about your faith journey, just beginning, or strong—we welcome you. We don’t claim to know all the answers, and we certainly aren’t perfect; but we seek to follow the God who loves us and calls us to servanthood.
Click below for a welcome video by Rev. Kevin Woestehoff, our senior pastor.
Providing a Meaningful Worship Experience.
Our worship services are joyful and uplifting, a hybrid of traditional and contemporary music and liturgy. We have opportunities to worship on Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Our pastors always seek to connect the Word of God to your story. We celebrate Holy Communion on the first and third Sunday (and the Saturday of that weekend). Children are always welcome and encouraged to take part in worship!
We have an awesome youth program, and a children’s program without equal. We have a care ministry program, and many different ministries and programs that provide service, fellowship, and connections of all kinds.
Nurturing and developing faith journeys with and for all ages.
We offer multiple opportunities for adult Bible study. Our confirmation and youth program meets weekly for study and fellowship. Our children’s program has options for Sunday school and Wednesday school, along with milestones and other activities. Whether you are 1-year old or 100 years old, there are groups for you.
Serving and caring for others.
We are excited to be active in Farmington community, and we seek to further our roots here. We provide leadership for the Farmington Food Shelf, and are engaged in Sheridan’s Story, Compassion Thursdays, and numerous local drives and projects throughout the year.
Things We Believe In
We believe in God the Father who loves us, in Jesus who saved us on the cross, and in the Holy Spirit who brings us new life every day.
We believe in the community of believers, uplifting each other, supporting each other, and showing love and hospitality in all places.
We believe that God has given people gifts for ministry, and we seek to use those gifts in service, where ever the work of God is found.
We believe in grace—God’s unconditional love for us. We believe God loves us, calls us by name, and makes us his own.
Things We Oppose
We oppose oppression, injustice, and dehumanizing activity of any kind.
We oppose religion that tries to control, direct, and manipulate people.
We oppose religion that uses doctrine as a way to separate, divide, and exclude people.
We oppose superficial and insincere responses to deep human pain.
We are a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Click here for more information about the ELCA.
See our strategic plan. See the progress we are making on it.