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Lenten Worship at Grace Lutheran Church
Sundays at 10am — Bluegrass Worship
Our worship director Kristi and resident folk musician Grace Alworth will be leading us in a liturgy based on classic folk and bluegrass music. Will the circle be unbroken? Come and see.
Wednesdays at 6pm — Soup Supper & Holden Evening Prayer
Opening prayer at 6pm followed by soup supper. Worship begins around 6:30.
Join us for soup, for worship, or both!
Entertainment! Quilt raffle! and more!
Kids ages 5-12 $4
4 & under are free!
Family ticket $40 (2 adults max)
Call 612-788-2444 to reserve tickets, or pre-order online here.
Vegetarian lasagna available.
Enter at Door #3 on the west side of the building.
ALL are welcome to come and join us! Bring your family, friends and out-of-town guests to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
Youth Christmas Program
Sunday, December 11, 10 AM
Our Sunday School children will continue the beloved tradition of retelling the story of Jesus’ birth with singing and a lively sketch during the 10 AM Worship Service.
Service of Longest Night
Wednesday, December 21, 7pm
A space for those who are grieving or hurting during this Christmas season. Hosted by Grace Lutheran along with Intertwine Northeast and Mill City Church.
Christmas Eve Candlelight Service (with Communion)
Saturday, December 24, 4:30 PM
We will gather together to hear the story of Christ’s birth and sing carols.
Christmas Day Worship Service (with Communion)
Sunday, December 25, 10 AM
Celebrate the birth of Christ on Christmas morning!
Christmas is a cheerful time, a time of friends and family, cookies and ornaments and presents, of decking the halls with joy to the world. But for many, Christmas is a reminder not of the joy in our lives but the pain. We struggle with grief, loneliness, physical and mental illness, broken families, poverty, addiction, and many other reasons to not feel “merry and bright”.
Grace Lutheran Church and Intertwine Northeast are joining together to offer a Longest Night service — a time to come together in honesty and meditation, to make space for the reality of pain, and to offer each other words of comfort and hope. We will join together in music, Scripture, stories, and sharing, facing our pain together and reflecting on the ways we find light in the darkness.
Our service of Longest Night will be Wednesday, December 21st, at 7pm at Grace Center for Community Life, 1500 6th St NE, Minneapolis. We’ll share cookies and cocoa after the service.
Whatever burdens may be weighing you down this season, we invite you to join us and to find a space for rest.
Three VERY generous donors (who wish to remain anonymous) have issued a match challenge for Grace Church members and friends from now through the end of December. They have designated a combined amount of $6,000 that they will match if we come up to that amount as well. That would generate a total of $12,000 to help Grace Lutheran to meet its year-end budget obligations.
If you would like to make an additional gift to help meet this goal, donors can make checks out to “Grace Lutheran Church” and mark envelopes and/or the memo line of checks with the word “Match.” Your donation can be placed in the offering plate along with your weekly offering or mailed to us (1500 6th St NE, Minneapolis MN 55413), or you can donate online by clicking here.