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Faith Lutheran Church
1402 E Preston Rd
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

​​ Service Times 
Due to the current situation surrounding
the COVID-19 Virus,  we will still be
worshiping & hearing the word of God,
but in a different way. 
We will be Live Streaming our
Sunday worship services  
at 10:15 am. 

   Please scroll down till you see the live streaming
      section and click the button thats says  "Click Here". 

   Maundy Thursday - April 9
     We will be Live Streaming our Maundy 
 Thursday service @ 7:00 pm

   Good Friday - April 10
       We will be Live Streaming our Good Friday
     Service @ 1:00 pm 

        Easter Sunday - April 12
       We will be Live Streaming our Easter Service
     @ 10:15 am. 

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 
9:00am - 4:00pm


We'd Like to Share our Faith With You!
We are a congregation of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). The WELS is the third largest Lutheran church body in the United States. We began in 1850 in Milwaukee, WI. 

Today, the WELS has grown into a network of over 1,250 congregations in North America with close to a half million baptized souls served by over 1,240 pastors. The churches of the WELS operate 4 ministerial schools to train pastors and teachers for service in the Word. Together we support over 250 missions in the United States and over 600 congregations and preaching stations world-wide (26 countries spanning 5 continents and served by 100 missionaries and teachers trained in 36 different languages). 

Our entire synod walks together in their confession of faith and mission. We, at Faith Lutheran Church, have been in Mt. Pleasant, MI since 1978. We endeavor to preserve and pass on the whole and complete truth as it is found in the Bible.

Therefore, we believe, teach, and confess:

- that God created all that is seen and unseen in six twenty-four hour days (Genesis 1,2).

- that God created mankind and He is to determine how we should live (Genesis 1,2).

- that God is Triune, three persons yet one God, a fact beyond all human understanding (1 Corinthians 8:4; Matthew 28:19).

- that we have utterly failed to be what God wants and requires of us and therefore he has every right to punish us for our sins and failures (Romans 3:10-11; 6:23).  
 -that although many people try to gain favor with God by their "good" lives and works, God has made it clear that no one will get to heaven by their own accomplishments (Proverbs 16:25; Galatians 2:15; James 2:10; Romans 3:20). 

- that God is merciful and has sent his Son, Jesus Christ, to save us - not by telling us what to do - but by actually doing it for us (Hebrews 7:26-27; Galatians 2:16)

- that Jesus is both true God and true man in one person (John 1:1-2, 14).

- that Jesus is the only way to receive forgiveness, life, and salvation (John 14:6).

- that when Jesus died, he paid the full price for all sins of all time and for all the world (1 John 2:2).

- that Jesus rose from the dead, a fact that assures us of both his divinity and our salvation (Romans 1:4; John 11:25-26). 

​- that God gives us the benefits of Jesus' perfect life and death through faith and love (Romans 3:28).

- that the Holy Spirit works faith through the Word of God, the Sacraments of Baptism, and the Lord's Supper (Romans 10:17; 1 Peter 3:1; Matthew 26:28).

- that out of love and gratitude to God for saving us, and to give him honor and praise, we want to live God-pleasing lives (Titus 2:14; Psalm 100).
"For it is by grace you have been saved, through FAITH - and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God - not by works so that no one can boast."
Ephesians 2:8-9
Get Involved
  1. Morbi nunc odi
    Men's Bible Study
    Wednesdays at 7 am
  2. Morbi nunc odi
    Youth Information Class
    Classes are offered Monday & Tuesday at 6:00
    Class for 5-8 grade students for preparation to confirm their faith
  3. Morbi nunc odi
    Senior Lunch
    Currently being rescheduled
    Join the seniors of our congregation the 2nd Wednesday of each month at noon for lunch and a devotion.

Central Michigan University - Faith Alive!

"Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another-and all the more as you see the Day approaching."

​Hebrews 10:25
Due to the situation surrounding the COVID - 19  we will be live streaming our Lent Worship Services. 

We would love for you to join us for our Lent Services on Wednesday nights at 7:00 pm. 
If you have any questions please call Eryka Hiner at 989-773-2629 or send a email
to faithlutheranchurch3@gmail.com. Thanks!

Are you a new student? Looking for something fun to do on
Wednesday evenings? Looking for a church home for the following year? Look no further! We're here to serve you! Fire up!

Here at Faith, many college students attending Central Michigan University also call our church home. They gather every Wednesday night @ 7:00 pm for Bible Study, fellowship and pizza.

For more information please call Eryka at 989-773-2629!

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Devotion of the Day 

Matthew 27:50-51 “At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. The earth shook and the rocks spilt. The tombs broke open and the bodies of many holy people who had died were to life.”

“And when Jesus had again cried out in a loud voice, he gave up his spirit. At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. The earth shook, the rocks split.”

The tearing of the curtain which concealed the Holy of Holies in the Temple in Jerusalem doesn’t seem like a big miracle. It doesn’t seem to measure up to things like calming storms, crossing seas on dry ground or even casting out demons. But the rending apart of the 3.5 inch thick, 20 high veil was a demonstration of the incredible and incomprehensible power displayed by Christ’s atoning sacrifice on the cross.

The Holy of Holies was entered once a year by the High Priest on the Day of Atonement, to sprinkle the blood of sacrificial lambs offered as an atonement for the people and offer incense upon the Ark of the Covenant and the mercy seat which sat on top of the ark. This was done to remind the people that no one had the right to enter into the presence of God because of his or her sins. Those sins would have to be atoned for by a sacrifice. This was also done in accordance with God’s command to point the people to the true and only sacrifice which could and would atone for sin, that being Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God.

It was the rending of that veil which declared that the sacrifice required for sin had been made the moment Jesus gave up his spirit. It was the miracle of atonement for all sin of all time which allows us access into the presence of God. That is why Hebrews 10 says: “Since we have confidence to enter the Most Holy Place by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way opened for us through the curtain, that is, his body, let us draw near to God.”

The tearing of this 3.5 inch, 20-foot high curtain terrified the elders, Pharisees, teachers of the law and even the High Priest when it happened. It terrified them because they did not understand and actually rejected Jesus as the true atoning sacrifice. But to those who believe in Jesus as the true and eternal sacrifice for all sin of all time, it is the most beautiful demonstration of God’s power on behalf of his people. It is the miracle we call grace. And it is that grace which gives us confidence to enter into God’s presence. His throne is open to our prayers and to us. 


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Meet the Pastor!
"Welcome to Faith Lutheran Church! The congregation here at Faith exists to joyfully proclaim the gospel of free salvation through Christ alone both locally and worldwide. Through God's Word and Sacraments, we strive to nurture believers for lives of Christian love and service and win lost souls for Christ and eternal life." 
Rev. Michael Biedenbender