37 Marshellen Drive
Beaufort, SC 29902
Since we all have this in common, that we all have sinned and God loved us
anyway, enough to send His only Son to pay for all our sins,
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
To God alone be the glory! Our little congregation outgrew our storefront location, with 40 or more souls sometimes squeezing in for worship at Divine Service on Sunday. Our building committee diligently searched for and found our next location, 37 Marshellen Drive. Thanks be to God!
Faith Lutheran Church is now on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/faithlutheranbeaufort.
This is your grandfather’s church!
Bible StudySunday Morning
- Join us each week as our Pastor takes us on an in-depth, verse-by-verse study of The Word.
Divine ServiceSunday Morning
- God serves us His Word and Sacraments. He serves us His gifts, and we thankfully receive. Our worship stems from our faith, and speaks the words of faith given us by God.
Bible Study2nd Tuesday of each Month
- Evening Devotions – at Helena Place (in Port Royal)
Jesus rose victorious from the dead, but only after paying an awful price for all our sins on the cross. Traditional Lutherans prepare their hearts to celebrate the Resurrection by first meditating on the fact that it was our sins that made it necessary for Jesus to suffer and die. Mid-week Lenten Services will begin on Ash Wednesday (March 6th) at 7:00 p.m. and continue for the next five Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. Potluck Soup Suppers will begin the following Wednesday (March 13th) at 6:00 p.m. The sign-up sheet for the potlucks is in the kitchen. Please make plans to join us!
“God has done all this. He has restored our relationship with him through
Christ, and has given us this ministry of restoring relationships. In other
words, God was using Christ to restore his relationship with humanity. He
didn’t hold people’s faults against them, and he has given us this message
of restored relationships to tell others. Therefore, we are Christ’s
representatives, and through us God is calling you. We beg you on behalf of
Christ to become reunited with God.”
(II Corinthians 5:18-20)