Supporting Community Work in Boulder and on University Hill

Members of Grace Lutheran lend both time and money to these and other organizations already doing good work in the community.  Working together with our neighbors we seek to care for all of God's creation and respond to the needs of the world.


BOHO: Boulder Outreach for Homeless Overflow

Flatirons Habitat for Humanity

efaa: Emergency Family Assistance Association

Community Food Share of Boulder and Broomfield Counties

Harvest of Hope Food Pantry

Saint Benedicts Health & Healing Ministry



Through our Lutheran Agencies


Boulder churches take church outside the building

Each September ELCA Lutherans around the United States go out into the community in the spirit of service to others, to "be the church" outside the church walls.  In 2014, for God's Work Our Hands Sunday, Grace went into the community and participated in ministry with agencies and institutions, later coming together with Trinity, Atonement and Mt. Calvary Lutheran Churches for a time of worship and fellowship.  Grace Lutheran congregation split into four groups and brought a time of worship and music into four area nursing/retirement communities.  Time was spent with residents, as well as sprucing up the grounds.  In 2015, we partnered with Trinity Lutheran to feed the hungry with breakfast burritos, fruit, cookies and drinks at the Boulder Bandshell. 


In September 2016, Grace will participated in God's Work. Our Hands. Sunday not on a particular Sunday, but throughout the month, by BUILDING BRIDGES into the community through four agencies:

  1. New Beginnings Church inside the Denver Women's Correctional Facility:  Members of Grace will travel to Denver in September to worship with the New Beginnings Community, to sing and hear the word of God with those serving time.
  2. Boulder PrideFest: Grace Lutheran, along with Christ the Servant Lutheran and Mount Calvary Lutheran, the three Reconciling in Christ Boulder Conference ELCA churches, will sit a table at the PrideFest on Sunday, September 11, in Boulder City Park, to be a sign of grace to the LGBTQ community.
  3. BOHO'S Women's Program: Boulder Outreach for Homeless Overflow houses a women's program at Grace throughout the year, and members bring food, fruit and cookies for hospitality to our guests.
  4. WALK FOR UNITY: The Lemon Tree Group's third annual walk was Sunday, September 25, 2016, 4:30pm.  The Lemon Tree Group brings together people from different communities in Boudler and around who do not usually meet and talk.  Walkers got to know each other in an effort to transcend differences through understanding.  The walk began at 4:30pm at Congregation Har HaShem, 3950 Baseline Road in Boulder.  Together we walked next door to Atonement Lutheran Church and proceed down Baseline Road to the Islamic Center of Boulder.  The Walk will end at the Second Baptist Church of Boulder at 5300 Baseline Road.  At each stop there was a short talk by the clergy, water, refreshments and restrooms.  The Walk ended with music by the Gospel Choir at the Second Baptist Church.


Host to our Neighborhood

The Grace Lutheran Church shares its resources of a building situated minutes away from the CU Boulder campus, by hosting groups that meet weekly in the Fellowship Hall and use the acoustically live sanctuary for concerts.


Here is a sampling of groups that we welcome into the doors of Grace Boulder:


Lutheran Campus Ministry @ CU Boulder

AA Meeting - Fridays at 6:00pm 

Hora Romanesca - Romanian Folkdance Ensemble


Boulder Bach Festival

Boulder Chamber Orchestra

Boulder Renaissance Project

Boulder Renaissance Consort

New Colorado Festival Orchestra

Uni Hill Service District

International English Center at CU

University Hill Neighborhood Association

Alpha Delta Chi Christian Sorority

City of Boulder

University of Colorado: Boulder




Please contact the Church Office with questions about building use.  Please visit our Music page for photos of concert arrangements in the Grace Sanctuary.

Altar furnishings c. 1970 of wood and Italian glass by Artist Reinhold Marxhausen of Seward, Nebraska