Bible classes conducted by retired LCMS Pastor Roland Finke and held in the homes of Lutheran families in HSV were the beginning of Faith Lutheran Church.
After consulting with the Mid-South District, permission was given to start conducting services on April 6, 1986. Forty-two were in attendance at Coronado Community Center for that first service, with Pastor Finke serving as interim pastor.
By November 2, 1986, the Rev. David Wacker of Fort Smith was installed as the first full-time pastor, and on April 26, 1986, Faith had received its state charter. The congregation was received into full membership in the LCMS at the convention of the Mid-South District in June of 1988.
Caruth Village Funeral Chapel granted them use of their facilities for Sunday services in May, 1988.
Rev. Henry Behling of Lakefield, Minnesota was installed in February, 1989. There were 58 communicants at that time.
The congregation voted to change the proposed building site on Minorca to Andorra Drive. The new plans included seating for 240, offices, meeting room and fellowship hall.
The groundbreaking service for the new church was held in March of 1990 and the building completed in December of 1990.
In the fall of 1999, the congregation approved plans to construct a new fellowship hall, remodel the kitchen and utilize the old fellowship hall for new offices. In May 2001, the project was completed and dedicated.
A Memorial Garden was developed and is available to members and their families who wish to have the cremated remains in the garden.
Faith Lutheran became self-supporting in 1994 with 145 communicant members. Rev Leslie Weerts became the third called shepherd to serve Faith Lutheran from December 1996 until May 2001. In November 2001, Rev. Dale Glawatz was installed and served until May 2005. In March 2006, Rev Mark Carnahan became our pastor until November 2014. In September 2015, Rev Robert Benke was called and installed. Our congregation now numbers around 230 souls.