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Grace Lutheran Church in Boulder, CO


Although the church building is closed, the church never has been. We are keeping each other safer by worshipping together online during the pandemic. You are invited to join us. 


Lenten Mid-Week Prayer Services

Remote Participation via Zoom

Wednesdays during Lent @ 5:30 pm

Many of us begin our Christian life with baptism, called “to live among God’s faithful people, to hear the word of God and share in the Lord’s supper, to proclaim the good news of God in Christ through word and deed, to serve all people, following the example of Jesus, and to strive for justice and peace in all the earth” (ELW 236). In the ELCA, we describe these instructions as faith practices to guide our daily living. But what do faith practices mean? And how do we practice them?

 

This Lent, as you begin your journey toward the baptismal waters of Easter, we invite you to take up faith practices as a spiritual discipline. Each Wednesday leading up to Easter, we invite you to join us at Grace Lutheran remotely for a Mid-Week Evening Prayer Service.

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Bulletin: Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Mid-Week Lenten Prayer Service
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Palm Sunday Service

Remote Participation via Zoom

Sunday, March 28, 2021 @ 10 am

 

This week, the center of the church’s year, is one of striking contrasts: Jesus rides into Jerusalem surrounded by shouts of glory, only to be left alone to die on the cross, abandoned by even his closest friends. Mark’s gospel presents Jesus in his complete human vulnerability: agitated, grieved, scared, forsaken. Though we lament Christ’s suffering and all human suffering, we also expect God’s salvation: in the wine and bread, Jesus promises that his death will mark a new covenant with all people. We enter this holy week thirsty for the completion of God’s astonishing work.


Easter Sunday Service

Remote Participation via Zoom

Sunday, April 4, 2021 @ 10 am

 

Christ is risen! Jesus is alive, and God has swallowed up death forever. With Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome, we may feel astonished and confused, unsure of what to make of the empty tomb. But this is why we gather: to proclaim, witness, praise, and affirm the liberating reality of Christ’s death and resurrection. In word and feast, we celebrate God’s unending love, and depart to share this good news with all the world. Alleluia!


Sunday Services

Remote Participation via Zoom

Sundays @ 10 am

 

We invite you to participate with this week's Sunday bulletin. If you cannot participate remotely, or you cannot join the Zoom call on Sundays at 10 am, you can watch or listen to the service at your convenience on our Worship Services page.


Holy Communion

During this time of physical distancing while we 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.





YOU ARE WELCOME @ GRACE

Come and be part of the Grace worshiping community.  Let God's word proclaimed in speech and music bring you closer to the One who loves you. Come join us!