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Worship – Traditionally based liturgy

Sundays 9:30AM

Worship – Praise based liturgy

Sundays 11:30AM


Worship Preference Questionnaire Results

The worship preference questionnaire – Spring 2021 Earlier this Spring, the Transition Team released a questionnaire asking about worship preferences for the people of Grace. The purpose of the questionnaire was to simply ask what we, as a congregation, prefer. ...

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Summer Church Office Hours

Summer church office hours Beginning the week of June 13, 2021 and through Labor Day, we will have summer hours for the church office and the nurse’s office. We will be here Monday – Thursday from 9:00am until noon. We will check voicemail, so if you leave a message,...

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Weekly Newsletters

July 25, 2021 Newsletter

  All your works shall praise you, O Lord, and your faithful ones shall bless you. ~Psalm 145:10What a wonderful week here at Grace! VBS 2021. Concrete and Cranes! Thank you to all who helped make this possible! We are all grateful to God for you!  Be Kind...

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July 18, 2021 Newsletter

  Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life, And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. ~Psalm 23:6     This Sunday, July 18, at Grace An Outdoor Contemporary Service will be held at 10:30 a.m. this Sunday at Grace! ...

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July 11, 2021 Newsletter

  Righteousness shall go before the Lordand shall prepare for God a pathway. ~Psalm 85:13    Sponsor a child for VBS! Would you like to sponsor a child for VBS? It is only $5 per child! The offering goes to offset the cost of materials and supplies...

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Sunday July 25, 2021 Meditation

Introduction & Welcome Welcome to worship today, God’s gift to us because God is good! all the time! and all the time! God is good! Today is the first of five Sundays with gospel readings from John 6, the first four of which focus on Jesus as bread of life. Today...

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Sunday July 18, 2021 Meditation

Introduction & Welcome Welcome to worship today, God’s gift to us because God is good! all the time! and all the time! God is good! Mark’s gospel makes clear how great is the press of the crowd, with its countless needs to be met, on Jesus and his disciples. Yet...

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Sunday July 11, 2021 Meditation

Introduction & Welcome Welcome to worship today, God’s gift to us because God is good! all the time! and all the time! God is good! When Amos reports his vision of God judging Israel for its mistreatment of the poor, he becomes a threat to the power of the priests...

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Our Purpose

What does this mean?

The Gospel of John teaches that when Jesus Christ came, grace and truth moved in beside us; life moving in right next door (John 1:1-14). To us, this means that we’re just ordinary folks sharing life together and, from our life experiences, we testify to the truth that Jesus Christ is risen from the dead! For us, baptized into the life of Christ, God’s grace (God’s love) is a four pillared foundation. These four pillars anchor us in what it means to be growing in being God’s Grace Ev. Church for this world: here

Bless the World: be God’s Grace

Our History

Back at the turn of the century, under the auspices of St. Matthews English Lutheran Church and it’s pastor, the Reverend H. Peters, an English Lutheran Sunday School was established in the Dorr-West end of Toledo. It was February, 1900 and the 70 scholars and 8 teachers were to play a vital role in the subsequent formation of another group known as “Grace Mission” led by Mr. Weber, a student at a Chicago seminary who was spending his summer serving this cause. Twenty-six persons had signed a statement of willingness to encourage the work of forming a church and Mr. Weber was named chairman of the temporary organization.

A catechetical class was formed in July, 1900.