We are happy that the weekend events in celebration of our 70th anniversary were very well attended!
Many thanks to the Town of Oakville for helping us with this event.
Bishop Pryse joined Grace for worship on April 16 and preached this sermon.
In response to the devastating earthquake in Turkiye and Syria, Canadian Lutheran World Relief is joining Canadian aid agencies in the Humanitarian Coalition to raise funds to rush assistance to people in need.
God calls us to serve. We each respond to that call in different ways. Several members of Grace pursued religious studies or became pastors.
The Bible tells of Jesus healing people who are blind. While Grace cannot do that, for many years, members of Grace worked to produce Braille books for the blind.
Did you know that the first group home for adults in Oakville was organized by Grace?
While we don’t think of Grace as an evangelistic church today, that was not the case when Grace was being established.
It was the site of many events. In the early days of Grace, the public was invited to mission meetings at the Grace Room.
The cornerstone of a church is Jesus. Our building has a cornerstone too. The story of our building and the laying of that cornerstone.
Just like the stories of the early Christians in the Book of Acts, Grace was a hive of activity. A mission developer, Rev. Roy Grosz, would become Grace’s first Pastor (see photograph above). Mission development was thriving in North America. One of the nine...
Ever wonder how this congregation that we call Grace began?
Seventy years is a significant history and we are planning to celebrate in a significant way.
Mark the days for Advent 2022.
Daily readings for November and December with links to an online Bible, with many translations.
We would love to answer your questions about our church!