Grace Lutheran Church and School seek to live out our calling to love God and serve our fellow neighbor through various ministries. You, too, can receive or give the many blessings offered here.
We are an alive, family friendly, loving and forgiving part of the Body of Christ. Whether you are married or single, have kids or are a kid or youth, surrounded with people or alone, active or less active, long time in your faith walk or recent, courageous or shy, here you will be surrounded with love as a part of our family!
Grace Lutheran Church and School
The Friday in Holy Week is a time for remembering Jesus death. This service is also known as Tenebrae (Latin for “shadows” or
“darkness”). It symbolizes the temporary victory of the forces of darkness. It uses a series of Scripture readings and meditation
done in stages while the lights and candles are gradually extinguished to portray the growing darkness—not only of Jesus’ death—but
of hopelessness in the world without God. The service ends in darkness, with a final candle, the Christ candle, carried out of the
Nave, representing the death of Jesus.
To inquire about church programs contact
Pastor Michael at
Time 1:00 & 7:00 pm