Worship services at Grace focus on receiving the forgiveness, mercy, and grace of Christ Jesus. Before God, we are sinful beggars who deserve nothing. But on Sunday mornings, we rest assured in God’s forgiveness and gracious presence as Christ comes to us in the preached Word and in His body and blood in the Lord’s Supper.

We offer a traditional liturgical worship service based on the Orders of Worship from the Lutheran Service Book. Our services focus on Biblical doctrine and are based on the historic liturgy, confessions, and hymnody of the Lutheran Church.


Like many congregations, Sunday is the highlight of our week together. Our worship style is liturgical, blending the church’s musical heritage with newer hymns and music. Our worship is Spirit-filled and we relate it to life in a way that makes it relevant. Children’s sermons and special music enhance the service. Our worship is always Christ-centered, celebrating our relationship with the Savior. Communion is offered on the first and third Sundays of the month and on special occasions.

Sunday Schedule

Worship begins at 11 a.m., and Sunday school begins at 9:45 a.m. We offer Sunday school for children and a Bible class for adults. Periodically we offer a Christian doctrine class that is taught by the pastor.

We believe Christian life is life together, and we are working to make that spiritual reality a lived one. Our Community Events are great examples of how we do this. Whether we’re having a pool party, going bowling, or watching a movie in the fellowship hall, our events are a great place to meet people! Similarly, our Second Sunday Lunches offer an opportunity to get to know one another over great food. After church on the second Sunday of every month, we go out to a local restaurant for a meal and enjoy fellowship together.

We welcome you to visit us in person! We would enjoy getting to know you and would appreciate the opportunity for you to get to know us. Above all, we would hope that through us you’d come to know the word of God and continue to worship with us regularly.

VBS Volunteers Needed

This year's Vacation Bible School theme is titled "A Mighty Fortress," where kids learn that God is their refuge and strength. The program will run for one week at the end of July. Specific dates and times are TBD. We're looking for volunteers to help run this year's VBS. If you're interested, please let Pastor Adam know.

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