Faith Lutheran Church2019-01-18T14:26:53-07:00
Faith Lutheran Church

Who We Are

Faith Lutheran Church, located in Medford, OR, currently numbering 66 members, is a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod (ELS). The ELS is headquartered in Mankato, Minnesota. Originally founded by Norwegian Lutheran immigrants around 1850, it currently numbers 130 congregations in 18 states. Like most church bodies today, it is a melting pot of many backgrounds. The ELS supports Christian work in several countries abroad, including Peru, Chile, South Korea, and India.

What Is Our Mission?

Our mission is that which Jesus gave to the entire Christian Church: “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you” (Matthew 20:18-20).

How Is The Mission of Jesus Christ Fulfilled Among Us?

  • We baptize according to Jesus’ command. If you or any of your family members are in need of baptism, we will provide instruction and preparation to receive this vital Christian sacrament.
  • We teach the Word of God, according to Jesus’ command. We do so in worship, in Sunday school and Bible class and by mutual encouragement as between friends.
  • We administer the Lord’s Supper for the confirmed membership of the congregation. (We offer Bible instruction for those interested in joining the congregation as communing members in joint confession of the Biblical faith. We want you to commune with us.)

Find Faith Lutheran Church

1773 S. Columbus, Medford, Oregon 97501
Tel: 541-816-4060

Divine Service –    11:15 a.m.
Bible Class-            12:30 p.m.

Church Calendar

(2 Timothy 1:13, CSB)

Hold on to the pattern of sound teaching that you have heard from me, in the faith and love that are in Christ Jesus.

In the Christian church we use words that have specific meanings that don’t change, due to their special use. These words are important to our understanding of God’s word and to clearly expressing what He says.


“Grace” is undeserved and unmerited love.  It is God’s love toward us, not because we have been good or otherwise deserved it, but because He is merciful and loving.