About Us

About Faith Lutheran Church


Welcome!  God's Son Jesus Christ died on the cross for all sins,  and He was raised from the dead to affirm God's declaration of forgiveness. In Holy Baptism we receive the benefits  of God's act of grace.  We rejoice with all those everywhere who call on the name of our Lord Jesus Christ--their Lord and ours. We celebrate God's on-going distribution of forgiveness in the Lord's Supper.  

As we began 2019, we still reach out to people through Word and Sacrament.  We still help people in various ways including a food pantry.   We are doing follow-up VBS ministry since the last day of sessions, July 18.   From the VBS of 2014 nine cousins  were baptized. They are our youth group that meets every Saturday at 2 PM for Bible study, pizza, and singing. On August 17 we will give out school supplies to VBS alumni with help from Thrivent Action plan. At this writing, July 29, the summer heat holds forth.  

Faith Lutheran Church was chartered in 1940 and is a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, Southeastern District. For more information about what we believe and the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, please vist www.LCMS.org.


Pastor and Mrs. Ronald Fletcher came to Faith Lutheran Church in August 1977 after nine years at Trinity Lutheran Church in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and four years at https://f1.ctsmemberconnect.net/garoupdb/O-0000001182/G-0000037098/images/PastorandCarolyn_970694325542354365.jpgOur Redeemer Lutheran Church in Huntington, West Virginia, also serving five vacancies. He is still active after forty-two years at Faith.

Carolyn is a retired nurse, Bible study leader, and she is an artist at Studio 105 in Kinston.. She was born in Columbus, Georgia. Ron has served on community boards, hospital chaplaincy, TV devotion program, and in the music scene, trombone/sax, playing in a band for non-profit events.  He was born in Cleveland, Ohio.  

Faith Lutheran Church, LCMS, 709 West Vernon Avenue, Kinston, NC, Tel. 252-523-6033  Cell: 252-286-5515



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