We Remember

We Remember

On All Saints Sunday, we dedicated a Memory Book to remember the one hundred and six members who have passed from this life since our church was formed. This book reminds us that all Christians, living and dead, are connected. These members ensured that the Word of...
Reflections on a night of collaborative worship

Reflections on a night of collaborative worship

It’s hard to believe it’s be en nearly two months since the night of worship and Christian unity was held at Incarnation Church on January 20, 2019.We are still getting feedback from it as worship directors, so I thought I would share a little behind the scenes look...
Wednesday dinner and prayer

Wednesday dinner and prayer

We will gather for worship regularly in accordance with the traditions of the Lutheran Church, develop worship leaders, and ensure that worship has a place in other functions of the congregation.   What started as a summer program has been such a success that our...
It’s hard to be a Christian alone

It’s hard to be a Christian alone

One of our missions is to worship. The name of our church, Grace, reminds us of God’s grace. God’s grace is more than just courteous goodwill. God did not want to remain distant and disconnected from us, so Jesus came from heaven to experience our human needs and to...
Provoke Each Other to Acts of Love

Provoke Each Other to Acts of Love

Grace was blessed by a visit by Bishop Pryse on Sunday, Nov 18.  Bishop Pryse reminded us that members of a church should motivate (provoke) each other to acts of love and good works.  Imagine a church where we challenge one another to find ways to love others! ...
Wednesday Supper with Evening Prayer

Wednesday Supper with Evening Prayer

What started as a summer program has been such a success that we are pleased to announce that our mid-week “summer” supper social has become a regular program at Grace. Every Wednesday at 5 pm a growing group of Grace members and individuals from our...

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