At Grace, we value the importance of all Christians approaching the throne of God on a weekly basis. We offer a variety of worship times and styles.
- Traditional Worship – Sundays at 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
Grace’s traditional worship services follow the style of the historic Lutheran tradition. This means that we follow an order of worship, including hymns, prayers, Bibles readings, congregational speaking and singing, and a sermon. The organ is the primary instrument, and the pastors dress in traditional vestments, or robes. The people can follow the order of worship by using the hymnal or by following along on the screen.
- Contemporary Worship – Sundays at about 11:00 a.m.
Grace’s contemporary worship follows a more modern style of worship. There is an order of worship, but the setting is less formal. A worship band leads in congregational singing (both hymns and newer music) and the people follow along on the screen.
- Spanish Worship – Sundays at 12:30 p.m.
Link to Gracia y Paz in Spanish.
Grace’s sister Spanish language congregation, IglesiaLuteranaGracia y Paz, follows a more blended style of worship, with elements of both traditional and contemporary worship. Spanish is the language used in worship, but the school-aged children in attendance are taught a lesson in English. English and Spanish speakers alike are welcome!