In 2018 the Eastern Synod Mission Committee provided more than $325,000 to 39 congregations and Ministry Areas in support of various issues.
Part of your offerings goes to Global Mission, Compassionate Justice, Ecumenical and Inter-faith ministry and the CLAY youth gathering.
Are you looking for that special Christmas gift for someone special in your life?The annual Canadian Lutheran World Relief Gifts from the Heart catalogue and order forms has arrived. Catalogue is available at the church and is also available online at...
Memory Book to remember the one hundred and six members who have passed from this life since our church was formed.
For many years Grace Lutheran has conducted food drives for Kerr Street Ministries, usually around Thanksgiving.
Safetynet Children and Youth Charities was founded in Oakville by Bill Shields in 2007. Grace became involved during our Reformation Challenge in 2017.
Led by Pastor Rick on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 pm a discussion group has been meeting to talk over issues arising out of two publications by Kelly Fryer with titles Reclaiming the “L” Word, and Reclaiming the “C” Word.
We witness to each other by attending worship and other events at Grace. We are saying “You are not alone” when we attend.
Some of Grace’s members are becoming older and we have begun thinking about what we should do to support those who have supported Grace for so many years.
Your President attended several meetings at Town Hall to learn about plans for the hospital lands development and the growth area that is being planned around the Oakville Go station.
Grace is the only Lutheran church in Oakville and Milton, and it is important for Grace to appear in places where other churches appear.
You can’t be a Christian alone. Young Christians from across Canada gathered in Thunder Bay for an experience called “threads”.
In June, Pastor Rick and Ray Henrickson were delegates to the 2018 Synod Assembly that was held in Toronto. Also, several of Grace’s members volunteered to assist in welcoming and registering delegates to the Assembly.
Prepared by our SynodNew partnership The closing of one of our congregations, St. Philip’s, Kitchener, has led to new beginnings and a new partnership with Anishnabeg Outreach. Anishnabeg Outreach is a charitable oganization dedicated to helping First Nations, Métis...
The primary way that God speaks to us is through the Scriptures.
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