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Please note that typically the third Wednesday of each month (except June, July, August & December) we hold Holden Evening Prayer* at 6:45pm. Please check the weekly e-newsletter "Grace Happenings" or Grace's published Google Calendar for current date information.
What to Expect
How should I dress?
Casual! Come as you are to worship!
Can I take communion?
Yes! All are welcome to receive communion!
What is worship like?
Worship at Grace is liturgical, meaning that it follows a pattern that remains the same from week to week. We Gather as the Body of Christ, to hear and respond to God's Word, to share a Meal in Holy Communion, and we are Sent as disciples into the world. Worship also involves confession and forgiveness, communal prayer, and lots of singing. The Lutheran church has a rich tradition of hymnody and liturgical singing. Here at Grace, we draw from a wide variety of styles in our music.
Will my kids be welcome in worship?
Children are welcome in worship. Grab a children’s activity bag and children’s bulletin located at the entrance. Children are invited to come forward for the Children’s Message and may continue upstairs for Children’s Church & Music (about 20 minutes), during the sermon. Children will return for Holy Communion and are welcome to receive the sacrament. Nursery is available for children 6 weeks–4 years old.
Grace Lutheran offers worship both in person and onine on Sundays. In-person worship begins at 10:00 a.m. To join us digitally, follow us on our YouTube channel. Each new online service is accessible by 8:00 a.m.
Faith Formation is also available in person or online. Join us in the church parlor or live via ZOOM each week for a lively discussion at 8:30a.m. on Sunday mornings. For more information about our digital gatherings or our in-person worship, please join our mailing list or contact the Grace Office.