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December Holiday Schedule
Christmas Services Schedule
Christmas Eve Candlelight
6:30pm with Holy Communion
11:00PM with Holy Communion
11:00am with Holy Communion
Supper at 6:15pm
Worship at 7:00pm
Wednesday Dec 4th
Wednesday Dec 11th
Wednesday Dec 18th
Sunday, Dec 15th
Join us for a Christmas holiday special Bible Study
Sunday's in December at 9:30am
Through December, we’re using Charles Dickens’ classic novella, A Christmas Carol, as a point of departure for looking into the gifts that God gives us at Christmas. Those of you who were in class on this past Sunday received a spiral-bound version of the entire book, which also contains our Bible study.
Even if you didn’t receive a copy of the book, you can still participate. Here is a link to the full text of A Christmas Carol: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/46/46-h/46-h.htm. It’s in the public domain, so you can print a copy, if you want. You don’t need to select a version—just scroll down and you’ll find what you need.
Meet in the Fellowship Hall
Sunday , Dec 15th
*For adult members and friends of Grace. Childcare is provided.
Youth Christmas Party
Sunday, Dec 15th
The Mission of Grace Lutheran Church is to enthusiastically serve God by believing in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and sharing it with the community through our daily lives and service.
CONNECT with God and other people through worship, service, and small groups
SHARE the good news about God's love with our community and the world
SERVE our community and beyond in the name of Jesus
Sunday November 10th
at Uptown Alley
There is a formal process for finding a new Pastor.
Understand the process for issuing a Divine Call to a Pastor in the LCMS.
Welcome Rev. Jaim Gann
- Head Pastor at Grace Lutheran Church
Grace Lutheran Church recently installed a new pastor, the Rev. Jaim Gann.
Gann most recently pastored in Bowie, Md., for 13 years. Prior to that, he was in Carneys Point, N.J., for five years.
Gann grew up in College Park, Md., and graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor’s degree in German. He had been double majoring in German and aerospace engineering when he felt a call to pastor. Following graduation, he attended Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, which is affiliated with Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
Click here to see the front page article in the Village News
We are very grateful to have Rev. Gann here with us! Praise God!