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Weekly Services & Meetings

Worship – Traditionally based liturgy

Sundays 9:30AM

Worship – Praise based liturgy

Sundays 11:30AM

Amazing Grace AA (open discussion)

Every Mon – Sat 7AM

Announcements

Call Committee Update April 17, 2021

Dear Brothers and Sisters, From the Call Committee, we are pleased to announce on Tuesday, April 13th, our Mission Site Profile (MSP) draft was approved by Church Council.  We worked very hard to come up with the best representation of Grace on paper (web profile) and...

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Graduate Sunday is April 25

All spring graduates, whether it is from high school or college, are invited to be recognized at the 9:30 a.m. service on Sunday, April 25.  Graduation is no small event, it is a significant milestone marking both endings and beginnings, and your Grace family wishes...

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Weekly Newsletters

April 18, 2021 Newsletter

  How good and how pleasant it is, When kindred live together in unity! ~Psalm 113:1   Graduate Sunday is April 25 All spring graduates, whether it is from high school or college, are invited to be recognized at the 9:30 a.m. service on Sunday, April 25....

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April 11, 2021 Newsletter

  How good and how pleasant it is, when kindred live together in unity! ~Psalm 133:1   Breakfast Baskets  The Outreach Committee is pleased to announce that donations for 30 Breakfast Baskets were received. On Tuesday, March 30, eight Personal Needs clients...

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April 4, 2021 Newsletter

       Getting ready for our next Pastor:  What are YOU personally going to commit to do for the Pastor?  One of the most frequent questions at Grace these days is when are we getting a new Pastor? Why is the Call Process taking so long? I want to reassure everyone...

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Meditations

Sunday April 18, 2021 Meditation

Introduction & Welcome Alleluia! Christ is risen. Christ is risen indeed. Alleluia! The gospel for the third Sunday of Easter is always one in which the risen Christ shares food with the disciples, meals that are the Easter template for the meal we share each...

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Sunday April 11, 2021 Meditation

Introduction & Welcome Alleluia! Christ is risen. Christ is risen indeed. Alleluia! The Easter season is a week of weeks, seven Sundays when we play in the mystery of Christ’s presence, mostly through the glorious Gospel of John. Today we gather with the disciples...

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Sunday April 4, 2021 Meditation

  Easter Sunday/The Resurrection of Our Lord Introduction & Welcome Alleluia! Christ is risen. Christ is risen indeed. Alleluia! Christ is risen! Jesus is alive, and God has swallowed up death forever. With Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and...

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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.