COVID-19 response

Faith at home resources are available on our emailed parish news page and on PFLC-at-home resource page. You can also learn about PFLC’s response at our COVID-19 response page.

Worship links:

In preparation for worship this weekend, take a landscape-direction video of yourself passing the peace to your virtually gathered coworshipers. Email the video to Pastor Alison at pralison@pflc.org.

In preparation for Easter worship, take a landscape-direction video of yourself saying, “Christ is risen indeed!” in a space that is important to you. Email the video to Pastor Alison at pralison@pflc.org.

Worship booklet for Holy Week 2020, including Palm Sunday, April 5; Maundy Thursday, April 9; Good Friday, April 10; Easter Sunday, April 12; and daily devotions for the days in between.

Worship livestream at 7pm on Maundy Thursday, April 9, 2020.

Let the office know you participated in worship on Maundy Thursday in this Google form. You can also submit prayer requests!

You’ve found the website for Poulsbo First Lutheran Church (PFLC).  Whether you’re wondering about Christianity or considering worshipping in this place, you can find information here.

PFLC is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).  God is calling PFLC to be a place of grace for all people and a community of people who serve local and global neighbors. Here you are encouraged to live out your faith through worshipping God, learning about God, serving others, sharing the gospel with others, supporting others, and caring for that which God has entrusted to you.

Feel free to wander around the website, come and wander around in person and meet the pastors and staff, or contact us by phone or email.

Since worshipping in any place for the first time can be intimidating, the staff has put together some helpful information, in the hopes that it will answer your questions and reduce any anxiety you may have about what to expect when you worship at Poulsbo First Lutheran Church.  There is also a map and directions for your convenience.

Feel free to avail yourself of the labyrinth on the patio of the Christian Center. Or if you’d like to serve your neighbor in the Kitsap community or around the world, you can find service opportunities here.