Grace Lutheran Church and School
Worship is, first and foremost, God coming to us with His gifts of forgiveness, life and salvation. Faith receives these gifts with thanksgiving and praises and extols the Giver for His merciful goodness. The liturgy serves to provide a structure through which these gifts are delivered to the congregation.
Worship plays a vital role in the formation of faith in the lives of God's people. Through weekly repetition of basic, Gospel-centered texts from Holy Scripture, the people of God are schooled in the fundamental teachings of the Christian faith. The liturgy and hymns serve as building blocks for a lifetime of receiving God's gifts through Word and sacrament.
To inquire about Worship programs contact
Nickci Escamilla at 661.948.1018
The membersí responsibility for congregational leadership is a distinctive characteristic of the LCMS. Power is vested in votersí assemblies, generally comprised of adults of voting age. With the few exceptions of called and paid staff, Grace is a volunteer run church.
Our Voters Assembly has delegated its authority for various areas of responsibility as listed under the tab above.