At Grace we live to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with our neighbors and rejoice in the fellowship we share as a church family.
Our church is very active in the local and global community. Our men, women, and children participate in service projects throughout the year.
We offer support to the community in a variety of ways from special events throughout the year open to the public, to providing goods/services to those in need.
Worship With Us!
Greetings in the name of our risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God. You can attend worship in person at 10am. Masks are required for everyone over the age of 6, no exceptions. If you cannot wear a mask for any reason, please continue to worship with us virtually, click here. The bulletin for this week’s worship can be found on our info page so you can follow along. Pastor Heinz has been posting, brief daily videos between 12pm and 1pm. All of these can be viewed by going clicking here! We invite everyone to join us!
In person worship is strictly for those who comfortable doing so. We will be socially distanced, hand sanitizing, and encouraging worshippers not to linger in the gathering spaces. Please stay safe. Don’t take chances; this is not over yet, and Jesus wants all of us to not just survive, but to thrive and be alive with our faith and roles in proclaiming the Kingdom in this world.
Thank you Brandon Chaney from Scout Troop 256!
Brandon Chaney, from Troop 256 completed this outdoor library for his Eagle Scout project. It is beautiful and being used! We are grateful for his time and talents, which he donated to the church in this way!
A Statement from the ELCA
“The ELCA’s social policy resolution, “Condemnation of White Supremacy and Racist Rhetoric,” adopted by the 2019 ELCA Churchwide Assembly, states: “As persons called to love one another as God has loved us, we therefore proclaim our commitment to speak with one voice against racism and white supremacy. We stand with those who are targets of racist ideologies and actions.” As church, together we must work to condemn white supremacy in all forms and recommit ourselves to confront and exorcize the sins of injustice, racism and white supremacy in church and society and within ourselves as individuals and households.”
As stated on the ELCA’s website. Click HERE for more information.
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