About Us

We are Lutheran

Faith is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in  America (ELCA). The ELCA has more than 8,900 congregations throughout the United States and the Caribbean, with 3.3 million members. These congregations are organized into 65 synods and Faith is part of the Northwest Washington Synod. Our Bishop is Bishop Shelley Bryan Wee. The Presiding Bishop of the ELCA is Bishop Elizabeth Eaton.

We believe in the Triune God of Creation

God created and loves all creation – the earth and the seas, and all of the world’s inhabitants.  We believe that God’s Son, Jesus Christ, transforms lives through his death on the cross and his new life, and we trust that God’s Spirit is active in the world.

God's Work, Our Hands

Through many parish activities and vocations, we strive to participate in God's reconciling work which prioritizes disenfranchised, vulnerable and displaced people in our communities and the world. 

We welcome everyone

Jesus said, “Whoever welcomes you welcomes me, and whoever welcomes me welcomes the one who sent me.” (Matthew 10:40). Here at Faith we hope you will find a place where all people encounter the living God and the reconciling Gospel of Jesus Christ. We welcome all people without regard to sexual orientation, gender identity, cultural or ethnic background, physical or mental abilities, socio-economic or family status, gender, age, creed, or doubts.

We are a Reconciling in Christ Congregation

We are one of over 300 congregations, 21 synods, and 9 organizations across the ELCA which have gone through a process of prayer, conversation and education resulting in the declaration that persons who are LGBTQ must be welcomed fully into the worship and life of the community.

For more information on Reconciling in Christ congregations, please visit Reconciling Works: Lutherans for Full Participation [LINK]. 

Those who support the church and
the congregation in its mission.

Our elected congregational
leadership team.

All are Welcome Here

We welcome you to experience Faith as a local expression of the wider church.