There is no more important ministry at Grace Lutheran than teaching children of God’s saving love for them and the joy of living life as God intended for us.
As part of our Lutheran heritage we support families wishing to teach their children of a baptismal life in Christ by offering baptism. We welcome children of all ages and backgrounds to the front of the church for a special children’s message during the regular Sunday service, a practice that is mutually affirming for kids and adults. Children also contribute to the service by serving as acolytes. We provide a robust Sunday School during the morning service, one that features fun and learning. Activity bags are available in the church lobby for younger children to use during worship time as needed.
We serve our community throughout the week by providing state-certified daycare and preschool at our Grace Christians Children’s Center. For information on this, see the section of this website devoted to GCCC.
Ongoing growth opportunities for adults, in addition to the Sunday morning service include:
Steve Pollard (Elder) is leading the discussion in this highly interactive approach to God’s ever-timely Word. This is a forum where people can ask their real questions, the ones they’ve always wondered about, whether they be profound or trivial. Coffee and light snacks are provided. We meet Sundays from 9-10:00 a.m. in the church Fellowship Hall.
Food, fun, and fellowship around God’s Truth is a can’t-miss formula for a great morning! This informal group meets at the church each Thursday morning for prayer and for discussion around videos centered on biblical themes. The breakfast part is provided for a paltry four dollars. We meet Thursday's from 7:30-8:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
An informal Bible study and discussion group about growing in faith while encountering the world meets on Tuesdays at Noon in the church. If you would like more information, please talk to Carole Covlin.
Our (LWML) Lutheran Women’s Missionary League is better known as Mission Servants here at Grace. What are we? What do we do? When do we meet? We are an auxiliary organization of the LCMS (Lutheran Church Missouri Synod). As we meet each month we enjoy fellowship, affirm one another, inspire our faith in the Triune God, pray for those in need, and plan activities and projects that encourage our faith and service for those in our congregation, our zone, our state, our nation and the needy throughout the world. Our meetings are on the first Tuesday of each month at 4:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at Grace. All women of Grace are invited to attend. Come bless us with your presence—make new friends and plan with us for upcoming adventures with other Christian women.