Grace Lutheran Church offers two types of services most Sundays. Our contemporary service follows the weekly pancake breakfast for our homeless neighbors. Our traditional service is later in the morning, following the contemporary service during the summer and after Grace Time (Bible study, prayer, sharing, servant projects) during the rest of the year.

We also offer additional services during the church year for special events and festivalsView our calendar's worship category to see all upcoming worship opportunities.

Accessibility: Both the Sanctuary and Hope Hall are accessible to those who use wheelchairs and walkers. Fully-accessible restrooms are available in Hope Hall.

Upcoming Worship

Normal Schedule

Early September to Late May

Summer Schedule

Late May to Early September

Traditional Worship

Our traditional worship service follows the liturgy from the Evangelical Lutheran Worship (ELW).  The Service of Word and Sacrament is done in a more traditional setting.  Music for this service is provided by Sam Fleming, our organist, and the Grace Choir.  Once a month, the Bells of Grace also provide a wonderful performance.

The traditional service starts at 10:00 am during the summer and 11:00 am the rest of the year. Our traditional worship occurs in our sanctuary. Enter the sanctuary from the east side on the main steps.

Contemporary Worship

Our contemporary service grew out of our weekly pancake breakfast as an opportunity to share the Word with our homeless neighbors.  The services started with only a few that stayed after breakfast and grew to a larger regular group.  Many members of Grace have also chosen this service as their regular worship time.

The contemporary worship service contains the Word and the Sacrament but the setting is less formal and uses contemporary songs (and some traditional hymns with contemporary music) from our Praise Band. 

The contemporary service starts at 8:30 am on Sundays in Hope Hall. Hope Hall is the building on the southwest corner of our campus. The entrance to Hope Hall is on the north side of the building, very close to our office doors.

Special Worship

Throughout the year, notably Christmas, Lent, and Holy Week, we observe special worship services. 



Holy Week