“The Bible is alive, it speaks to me;

            it has feet, it runs after me;

                       it has hands, it lays hold of me.”         

- Martin Luther -

Pre-Elementary and Elementary Sunday School introduces children to the community of the church, emphasizes God's love for them in Jesus Christ, and teaches them to share that love with others. The program involves children learning about their relationship with Jesus through the Bible stories they hear, songs they sing and the many activities in which they participate. They then begin to understand their relationship with others, and how Jesus' love can shine through them. Sunday School meets September through June.



Our 7th and 8th grade students make up our Confirmation class. We meet on Sunday mornings at 9:15. Our curriculum focuses on understanding the Bible and how it has meaning in our everyday lives. Students enjoy spending time together at fun events outside of our Confirmation classes, and are active in worship as Acolytes. Confirmation students also participate in the Faith Christmas pageant, special musical groups, and service projects. They even volunteer in Sunday School classes and create art projects for our community. 



Faith has an active group of high school students who are welcomed in many parts of our church community! High school students are involved in many aspects of life at Faith, including serving on committees, participating in worship as musicians and readers, and volunteering their time with older and younger generations. High school students participate in yearly service experiences, most recently travelling to Boulder, Colorado, an area that was affected by devastating floods.

High school youth


     Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.

     Sundays at 9:00 a.m. 


     Third Thursday of each month


     Second Monday of each month 

     Second Saturday of each month



Faith Lutheran Church    8208 18th Ave NE, Seattle, WA     206-523-9636 

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