Daily Readings 

Monday, June 29 – Psalm 5 , Ecclesiastes 7: 1-14, Galatians 4: 12-20, Matthew 15: 21-28

Tuesday, June 30 –  Psalm 42,  Ecclesiastes 8:14—9:10, Galatians 4: 21-31, Matthew 15: 29-39

Wednesday, July 1—Psalm 89, Ecclesiastes 9: 11-18, Galatians 5: 1-15, Matthew16: 1-12

Thursday, July 2 – Psalm 97, Ecclesiastes 11: 1-8, Galatians 5: 16-24, Matthew 16: 13-20

Friday, July 3 – Psalm 51, Ecclesiastes 11:9—12:14, Galatians 5: 25—6:10, Matthew 16: 21-28

Saturday, July 4 – Psalm 20, Jeremiah 29: 4-14, Romans 13: 1-10, Mark 12: 13-17

Fifth Sunday after Pentecost, July 5 –  Zechariah 9: 9-12, Psalm 145, Romans 7: 15-25a, Matthew 11: 16-19, 25-30

Monday, July 6 – Psalm 135 , Numbers 9: 15-23; 10: 29-36. Romans 1: 1-15, Matthew 17: 14-21

Tuesday, July 7 –  Psalm 123 , Numbers 11: 1-23, Romans 1: 16-25, Matthew 17: 22-27

Wednesday, July 8—Psalm 15, Numbers 11: 24-35, Romans 1:28—2:11, Matthew 18: 1-9

Thursday, July 9 – Psalm 15,  Numbers 12: 1-16, Romans 2: 12-24, Matthew 18: 10-20

Friday, July 10  – Psalm 36, Numbers 13: 1-13, 21-30. Romans 2: 25—3:8, Matthew 18: 21-25

Saturday, July 11 – Psalm 130, Numbers 13: 31—14:25, Romans 3: 9-20, Matthew 19: 1-12

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost, July 12 – Isaiah 55: 10-13, Psalm 65, Romans 8: 1-11, Matthew 13: 1-9, 18-23

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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.

Worship in a Time of Pandemic

Worship is not "cancelled" and the church is not "closed." Instead, worship has been moved online for the time being, in this very fluid situation. We are following the recommendations of the authorities and not gathering in person for right now. We are still the Body of Christ, even though we are physically separated!

Morning Prayer is streamed live on YouTube Tuesdays and Thursdays, plus festivals, at 8:30 a.m.

Sunday worship is streamed at 9:00 a.m.

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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