All are welcome - come as you are. Worship with Grace is joyous and liturgical. Focused on what God has done for us in Christ, we then turn our focus to the ways we can respond in the world. Then join us for coffee & goodies afterwards- a chance to greet you and talk!
The Grace choir sings every Sunday during the school year, and provides strong musical leadership to the congregation. The choir sings a broad repertoire of music, which is a meaningful aspect of our worship life. And they have a good time at Wednesday rehearsal! Email the music director here or find out more on our music page.
Adult Forum meets every Sunday at 8:45am, before Worship, in the Fellowship Hall of Grace to discuss the lessons for that Sunday, listen to guest speakers from the community telling us about ways their non-profits reach out to those in need and how we can become involved, or discuss faith life with each other.
Starting Sunday, January 7th Kurt Lichtfuss will be leading the discussion on the book The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Books are available in the narthex for $10.00.
On Wednesday evenings at 6:30, Grace Middle School youth meet with youth from Mount Calvary and Atonement Lutheran Churches for Confirmation ministry. Youth spend 2-3 years learning about the Bible, about our Lutheran identity, and exploring questions of faith. Additionally, Grace participates in the annual Rocky Mountain Synod Youth Gathering, and goes to confirmation camp at Rainbow Trail Lutheran Outdoor Ministries. Please contact Pastor Janice if you are interested in Confirmation or have questions on your own faith journey.
The book group meets weekly on Tuesdays year-round for a brown-bag (bring-your-own) lunch, starting at 11:45 and concluding promptly at 12:45.
Books are selected by the group and usually focus on the intersection pf faith and science. Readings are about one chapter a week and discussion is lively. This group frequently starts new books and is open to new members.
The current book is On God's Side by Jim Wallis. Starting February 6th the group will be discussing Thumpin' It: The Use and Abuse of the Bible in Today's Presidential Politics by Jacquest Berlinerblau.
LWR Sewers meet every Thursday 9am-noon, to construct quilts that are sent to countries where these practical throws may be used as bedding or even as a door hanging! No experience is required as training is given on the job and all hands are needed to lovingly produce these blankets. Check out the Lutheran World Relief Website to see where these quilts are sent.