Grace Lutheran’s Schedule
Christians need a church family. Roses do not bloom in the desert all by themselves. Logs taken off the fire, smolder and go out. The Bible encourages “the assembling of ourselves together” to honor our gracious God and receive His blessing through His Word and Sacraments.
- Sunday School and Bible Class, 9:00 a.m. (Sept. – May)
- Sunday Worship Service, 10:00 a.m. (9:00 a.m. during summer – see below)
- Sunday Worship Service, 9:00 a.m. (Sun. before Memorial Day – Sun. before Labor Day)
- Wednesday Evening Bible Class, 7:00 p.m. (Sept. – May)
- Adult inquiry classes privately scheduled upon request.
- Young Adult Bible Study
To see more events View our Calendar
The Church Year
Advent – Meaning “arrival” or “coming”, the first season of the liturgical year begins four Sundays before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve. The focus of the season is the celebration of the birth of Jesus the Christ in his First Advent, and the anticipation of the return of Christ the King in his Second Advent.
Christmas – The Christmas season begins at sunset on Christmas Eve, December 24, and lasts through January 5
Epiphany – The season of Epiphany extends from January 6 until Ash Wednesday, which begins the season of Lent leading to Easter
Transfiguration – The last sunday after the Epiphany
Lent – The season of Lent spans 40 weekdays beginning on Ash Wednesday and climaxing during Holy Week with Holy Thursday (Maundy Thursday), Good Friday, and concluding Saturday before Easter.
Palm Sunday – The sixth Sunday in Lent and the beginning of Holy Week is called Palm Sunday. This Sunday observes the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem that was marked by the crowds who were in Jerusalem for Passover waving palm branches and proclaiming him as the messianic king.
Good Friday – Friday of Holy Week has been traditionally been called Good Friday. On this day, the church commemorates Jesus’ arrest, his trial, crucifixion and suffering, death, and burial.
Easter – The feast of the resurrection of our Lord. The season of Easter lasts 40 forty days concluding with the Acension.
Pentecost – Pentecost occurs 50 days after Easter.
Trinity – The season of Trinity can range from 22 to 27 weeks.