Although the church building is closed for most activities, the church never has been. We are keeping each other safer by worshipping in a blended in-person and online format. If you would like to attend church in person please request a standing reservation, or arrive at 9:50 am to be seated on a first-come, first-served basis. Masks and social distancing are required.
We at Grace Lutheran Church want to offer hospitality to the community, and we want to keep our community as safe and healthy as possible. We have recently started opening the church building in a very limited capacity for in-person, socially-distanced, masked worship services, and for other Grace member activities.
We anticipate being able to allow weekly groups who have historically used space at Grace to begin meeting as early as mid-July, depending on COVID hospital admission rates between now and early July.
We anticipate being able to open our church building for recitals and other similar one-time events sometime early in the fall, depending on COVID hospital admission rates, further research on the virus and variants of the virus, and guidance from the CDC and other relevant government agencies between now and early September.
We will post updates here on our website and the Grace facebook page.
If you have questions, you can also email our office administrator.
Remote Participation via Zoom or in person
Sundays @ 10 am
We invite you to participate with this week's Sunday bulletin. If you do not attend in person and cannot participate remotely, you can watch or listen to the service at your convenience on our Worship Services page.
During this time of physical distancing while some of us are worshipping remotely, Pastor Matthew invites you to construct your own, at-home altar and prepare the elements for at-home communion as part of our Worship Services. He gives further instructions on the construction and elements here.