Welcome To Living Faith Lutheran!
Our mission is to share the joy of a Living Faith in Jesus Christ with the people of Pembroke Pines and Southwest Broward County
Worship 9:30am Every Sunday!!
Haiti Disaster Relief: Recovering from Hurricane Matthew (2016)
The work of the Haiti Task Force of the Florida Bahamas Synod is ongoing! Often our work among our Synodical Companion, the Eglisse Lutherienne d'Haiti (ELH) involves both personal and financial support - and often the latter is towards maintenance of vehicles – important, but kind of mechanical (ok, pun intended). Our support of this project for recovery after Hurricane Matthew in October 2016 has been different – not just maintenance, but sustaining, life-giving, restorative work was done and is still underway. It is an exciting report – please take the time to read it through! Happy Thanksgiving – Pastor Andreas+
Read the article about Disaster Response Funds at Work in Haiti
Archbishop Wenski and Lutheran Bishop Elect Pedro Manuel Suarez led a special worship of Common Prayer on Sunday, October 29, 2017 at the Cathedral of St. Mary in Miami.
Read the article about the event in the Archdiocese of Miami newspaper,
the Florida Catholic. Pictures too!
Dream Leaders Initiative
Through Dream Leaders we learned that we have the power to set out on a new course of mission. Are you in? Our Dream Leaders Initiative weekend was an amazing, powerful experience of the Holy Spirit’s presence in our midst. It had a transformative power for us!
Read whole article and PRAY about your next steps as we seek to bring our dreams alive!
Life is difficult at times and we all need prayer. At Living Faith, we take your request seriously and we will be praying for you.
This is a family, and a place to call home. It’s a place to get help, healing, and hope. All are welcome here.
Find the strength, peace and comfort you need to strengthen your walk with Christ.
We are walking through the Book of Acts - and discovering what it means to us today. Join us!
An Easter to remember!
Our Easter celebration was the culmination of a beautiful Holy Week commemoration, washing feet and sharing communion with a new commandment: Love one another, then Good Friday with a Stations of the Cross prayer service in the park at Silver Lakes and an evening joint service with Trinity. Easter morning started with Sunrise Service on the dock - the sun broke over the horizon just as we read from Genesis: And God said: "Let there be light!" The joyful celebration continued inside with breakfast, an Easter Egg Hunt, and our joyous Resurrection Service. Christ is Risen! Christ is Risen, Indeed! Alleluia!