Growing in Grace...
Gathering for Worship...
Scattering to Witness and Serve!!!
To join us for worship at our regular weekly time, Sunday at 9 am, via Facebook Live!
Join us Wednesdays at 6pm for Midweek Lenten Worship via Zoom! (Check your email for the link. Don't get our emails? Email email@example.com to get on our list!)
CLICK HERE for LENT resources and more on how to bring faith into your home, for a copy of pastor's sermon, and a link to the day's scripture readings.
At least through Easter, we will engage in worship through online means only. Worship will be provided online as stated above but small group meetings of 12 or less are now able to gather in the open spaces of our Fellowship Hall/Sanctuary area where there is plenty of room for social distancing. Face coverings are mandatory and we ask that you sanitize in and out of the building. We pray you are healthy and well. Please let us know how we can assist you in these challenging and unique times.
Office Hours: MWF 9am to Noon. Face coverings are required and we ask that you sanitize in and out of the building at all times. We appreciate your patience and understanding in this time.
Ways to contact us:
Office phone: (319) 455-2599 Office email: Seeds@seedsoffaithlutheran.org
Pastor's phone: (309) 791-2602 Pastor's email: Pastor.Paris@seedsoffaithlutheran.org
Pastor Paris currently does not have established office hours as she works primarily from home during this time, but she is of course available via email, phone, or a socially distanced visit Sunday through Thursday. Pastor is also available Friday/Saturday for emergencies. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any needs that may arise. We are in this together.
798 Brenneman Lane,
PO Box 25,
Food Pantry Collection:
We might not be gathering in person every week for awhile, but it is still important to us that our neighbors are fed! The Food Pantry Challenge will continue with you making direct donations to SELCC, all you have to do is call before you drop items off. You could also make a financial donation by mailing a check to PO Box 511, Lisbon, IA 52253 or give online at selinn.org.
Winter is here and we want to provide SELCC with WARM items! Socks and gloves are highly recommended, but any winter donations such as hats, scarves, boots, and snowpants are welcome. SELCC could also especially use toilet paper, paper towels, kleenex, dish soap, hand soap, and conditioner. Items can be taken directly to SELCC, they just ask that you call ahead.
www.selinn.org M-F: 9 AM to 4 PM 319-455-2844
108 S Washington St., Lisbon IA
A Statement of the Seeds of Faith Lutheran Church Council Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
In response to the social unrest and cries for racial justice in our nation, Seeds of Faith, in compliance with the Southeastern Iowa Synod Council and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America:
Condemn racism, white supremacy, and all acts of injustice against Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).
Seeds of Faith is committed to the love and welcome of all people. Jesus’ love was and is unconditional for the whole world and God asks us to love in this same way. Therefore, Seeds is dedicated to the long-haul process of dismantling racism and white supremacy from our lives, our communities, and our nation’s systems and institutions.
*This congregation is also LGBTQIA+ inclusive* For more specific information, please click on the page entitled "What We Believe."