top of page

Grace Lutheran FAQ

  • What should I expect on a Sunday morning?

    • All worship services are currently offered online. Visit our YouTube page to view worship services.

  • Do you have bulletin inserts posted online?

    • Yes! Click here to see them!

  • Where are you located?

    • 115 East King Street in Boone, N.C. Click here for a map.


  • What time are your worship services?

    • In-person Worship services are at 10:00am on Sunday. Online Worship services are posted by 8:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings on our YouTube channel. 


  • Is Grace Lutheran a part of a denomation?

    • Grace Lutheran Church is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). You can learn more about the ELCA at


  • How often do you have Holy Communion?

    • Holy Communion is offered during most 10:00am in-person Sunday worship services. 

  • How do I become a Christian?

    • Jesus said, "Those who believe in me, even though they die, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die" (John 11:25-26). Christians are claimed by God through the waters of baptism. If you have already been baptized, a renewed commitment to the Christian life can be made through an affirmation of baptism. Those interested in baptism or affirmation of baptism should contact Pastor Steve Troisi.


  • How do I become a Lutheran?

    • To become a Lutheran, only Baptism and instruction in the Christian faith is required. If you are already baptized in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, it will be necessary only to attend a membership class in a Lutheran congregation and thus signify your desire to become a part of its community. Active members of other Lutheran congregations usually need only to transfer their membership. Those interested in membership classes should contact Pastor Steve Troisi.


  • What do Lutherans believe?

    • Lutheran Christians share many core beliefs about God, Jesus, the Bible, and theology. However, Lutheran Christians also hold a wide variety of beliefs about many important issues.

    • For a brief overview of Lutheran beliefs about the scriptures, creeds, and confessions of the church, click here.

    • For an overview of the history of Lutheran Christianity, click here.

    • For information about what Lutheran believe about social issues, visit the Faith and Society page at the ELCA website. Social statements and social messages on a variety of topics are available there.


  • I have a question that is not answered here. Whom should I contact?

    • For questions about the church buildings or use of the facilities, contact Jennifer Stamey.

    • For questions about church membership or pastoral care, contact Pastor Steve Troisi.

    • For questions about offerings or church finances, contact Kathy Griewisch.

    • For questions about worship and music, contact Libby Brown.

    • When in doubt, contact the church office to reach Sabena Maiden (828-264-2206)!

bottom of page