We invite you to worship Sundays at 10 am each week. Join us in person for the most joyous hour of the week.  OR live stream at 10 am by clicking the button below. There are also past recordings on the link. Refreshments and Confirmation classes follow worship at 11:00 a.

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While we are currently pausing in-church worship, we hope you will join with us online each Sunday for regular service. We also encourage you to check in throughout the week as we update the site frequently.

Meet Faith Lutheran

Meet the staff and clergy, read about our history, and find out about ministries and other activities.

Contact and Directions

Faith Lutheran Church is located at 12449 California St. Yucaipa, CA 92399. 

Worship With Us

We continue our Single Service worship now inside at 10 am. We share liturgy, hymns and sermon. Join us for a live feed of our service as well. under Sunday Service 

Our Mission

“Knowing the Love of Jesus and Showing the Love of Jesus to God’s wondrous world.”

Faith Lutheran News Center

Message for Sept 28

Last week I mentioned the Lone Ranger. This week we read in Gene 2:18 about the original lone person, Adam. The Lone Ranger at least had Tonto. Adam had no one. It was God that looked down and said: “It is not good that man should be alone.” So out of the ground come...

September 20 Message

Who is that Masked Man? Some of you might remember the Lone Ranger television series. The “Hi-ho, Silver!” to the beat of the William Tell Overture. The Lone Ranger and Tonto would enter a town as strangers. After receiving their help, the grateful town’s people would...

September 9 Message

The Gospel of Mark was the first Gospel written. Luke writes that he knew of other accounts of Jesus that proceeded him (Luke 1:2). Mark was very likely one of those sources. Mark is the shortest of the Gospels, focusing heavily of the cross of Christ. Mark does not...

August 24 Message

This is an image I ran across some years ago. If you stare at the center of the image for 15 seconds, then close your eyes, you will see an image of Jesus. What you see at first is not what you get in the end. We return this Sunday to the reading of Mark. Mark, unlike...