Whether you are curious or seriously seeking a "church home,” you are welcome at Grace Lutheran Church.
Sunday morning worship is at 9 a.m. with some exceptions on special holidays. Each service includes a sermon, children's sermon time, scripture reading and music.
Be sure to stop by the Welcome Table and get a name tag so we can welcome you by name. Ushers will welcome you into the Worship Center and give you a program outlining the service. Ushers can help you find a seat.
All are welcome at God's table, as we practice communion at each service by intinction (dipping the bread in the wine) or at the rail (bread and wine is received kneeling). The ushers guide our congregation to the front of the church to receive communion. All children are blessed and are given a grape. We receive the blessing before we leave.
Our nursery is close at hand when you enter the church. The nursery is not staffed, so feel free to watch the service on the nursery television. There are plenty of books, toys, games, etc., for your child to enjoy.
After the service, we meet with family and friends in the Fellowship Hall for coffee and snacks. Look for a variety of activities that follow our worship service: Choir practice, Outreach or Worship Committee meetings, and, of course, great conversation. Join us!
"Consider the Birds"
In our Summer Sermon Series (starting June 19), we’ll “consider the birds of the air” as Jesus suggests in Matthew 6. There are so many birds mentioned in the Bible, and we can learn a great deal from their qualities, as written in “Consider the Birds of the Air: A Provocative Guide to Birds of the Bible” by Debbie Blue. Whether you’re a bird-lover or not, you’ll learn about these biblical birds and discover how these important creatures proclaim God’s Word and help us connect to our faith lives.
June 19 – The Pigeon “Purity and Impurity”
June 26 – The Vulture “Ugliness and Beauty”
July 3 – The Eagle “Power and Vulnerability”