Worship at Grace Lutheran is in-person on Sundays, with the usual state-mandate mitigations: face coverings must be worn by people 6 years old and over (unless medically or psychologically unable) and households must be 6 feet apart. Worship will continue to be streamed live on our YouTube channel. Please join us, if you feel comfortable doing so!
Who We Are
Grace Lutheran Church is Biblical, sacramental, liturgical, mission-oriented, traditional, community-minded, gracious, warm and inviting. We love noisy kids in worship and welcome folks who haven't been here--or anywhere-- in a while. We are not perfect people with all the answers, but we are a community of redeemed sinners gathered together by God and learning to live our name: "Grace." We worship in the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit and are busy following Jesus and inviting others to know Him, too.
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Annual Meeting March 7th
The annual meeting of Grace Lutheran Church will be held immediately following worship on Sunday, March 7th (snow postponed from Feb. 28). It will occur in the main church, so please stay in your seats. The purpose will be to pass the budget and elect council members, hear brief reports and deal with the other business of the congregation.
Sunday, March 7 (Third Sunday in Lent) – Exodus 20: 1-17, Psalm 19, 1 Corinthians 1: 18-25, John 2: 13-22
Monday, March 8 – Psalm 6, Jeremiah 7: 1-15, Romans 4: 1-12, John 7: 14-36
Tuesday, March 9– Psalm 91, Jeremiah 7: 21-34, Romans 4: 13-25, John 7: 37-52
Wednesday, March 10– Psalm 51, Jeremiah 8: 4-7, 18—9:6; Romans 5: 1-11, John 8: 12-20
Thursday, March 11 – Psalm 102 , Jeremiah 10: 11-24, Romans 5: 12-21, John 8: 21-32
Friday, March 12 – Psalm 130, Jeremiah 11: 1-8, 14-17; Romans 6: 1-11, John 8: 33-47
Saturday, March 13 – Psalm 31, Jeremiah 13: 1-11, Romans 6: 12-23, John 8: 47-59
Sunday, March 14 (Fourth Sunday in Lent) – Numbers 21: 4-9, Psalm 107, Ephesians 2: 1-10, John 3: 14-21
Lenten Midweek Services
Lenten Midweek services will be on Wednesdays during Lent (February 24-March 24) and will be online-only services at 7:00 p.m. Services will begin with a short time of teaching based on the “Holy Communion” section of the Small Catechism, then will end with Compline, the nighttime prayer of the church (LBW p. 154). Services will last about 30 minutes, maybe very slightly longer. You will need a “Lutheran Book of Worship,” so if you don’t have one of those at home, either stop by the church and pick some up, or let the office or Pastor know, and we will get one to you.
Online Morning Prayer
Morning Prayer will be livestreamed each weekday of Lent at 8:30 a.m. on our YouTube Channel. Services are about 15 minutes long. If you are already at work or school by then, you can watch the previous day's video at a time that works for you.
To make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.