Outdoor Services Continue

 

Services of Holy Communion are being held outdoors in the Grace Parsonage backyard every Sunday at 9:00 am, 401 First Street (southwest corner of Marion and First). Please bring your own lawn chair, and do stay six feet away from those not in your household. Those who are not worshiping with us in person will not be excluded from the opportunity to receive the Sacrament. When we celebrate the Lord’s Supper together, bread will be consecrated to be sent to those who are homebound, and to those in the nursing home. This was the practice of the ancient church. A small pyx (box) with the consecrated Host can be sent after the service with a family member or will be brought by a council member. 

Those who will be communing at home should do so as soon as possible--your sharing in the Sacrament is an extension of our worship together. A prayer of thanksgiving will be provided. The pyxes can be brought back to church, or picked up by a council member. They will be cleaned and used again then next time we have Communion. If you would like to receive Communion but do not yet feel comfortable attending in person, please call the church office (938-4450) or the parsonage (938-3285) or contact Pastor another way to make arrangements.

There will also be space in the street to park by the parsonage, and some space in the alley as well, so you could attend in your vehicle if you do not feel comfortable being out of your car. Holy Communion will be brought to you in your car. The service will also be livestreamed, as we have been doing.

Daily Readings 


Wednesday, August 12—Psalm 89: 1-18, Joshua 8: 30-35, Romans 14: 13-23, Matthew 26: 57-68
Thursday, August 13 – Psalm 97, Joshua 9: 3-21, Romans 15: 1-13, Matthew 26: 69-75
Friday, August 14 – Psalm 51 , Joshua 9:22—10:15, Romans 15: 14-24, Matthew 27: 1-10
Saturday, August 15– Psalm 104, Joshua 23: 1-16, Romans 15: 25-35, Matthew 27: 11-23
Sunday, August 16 – Isaiah 56: 1, 6-8, Psalm 67, Romans 11: 1-2a, 29-32, Matthew 15: 21-28

Monday, August 17 – Psalm 135 , Joshua 24: 16-33, Romans 16: 1-16, Matthew 27: 24-31

Tuesday, August 18 –  Psalm 123 , Judges 2: 1-15, 11-23, Romans 16: 17-27, Matthew 27: 32-44

Wednesday, August 19—Psalm 15, Judges 3: 12-30, Acts 1: 1-14, Matthew 27: 45-54

Thursday, August 20 – Psalm 36,  Judges 4: 4-23, Acts 1: 15-26, Matthew 27: 55-66

Friday, August 21  – Psalm 130 , Judges 5: 1-18, Acts 2: 1-21, Matthew 28: 1-10

Saturday, August 22– Psalm 56, Judges 5: 19-31, Acts 2: 22-36, Matthew 28: 11-20

Sunday, August 23 – Isaiah 51: 1-6, Psalm 138, Romans 12: 1-8, Matthew 16: 13-20

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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.

Our Mission

 

To make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.

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