Grace Lutheran Church

   1979 Ridge Road Grass Valley CA  95945    (530) 273-7043

 

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SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES

  • 9:00am Traditional Worship Service

  • 11:00am Contemporary Worship Service with our Praise Band ‘LivinGrace’

  • Once per quarter a single Blended Service is held at 10:00am. Check our calendar for dates.

We are located at 1979 Ridge Road, Grass Valley, between Sierra College Drive and Via Vista. (Between Nevada Union High School and Ridge Racquet Club).

OUR VISION AND MISSION

Grace Lutheran Church has an atmosphere of love, acceptance, hope and Christian culture.  We are recognized and known in the community as the “Touch of Grace” (Hebrews 9:24-28).  We match people’s needs with the resources within our community and within our church.  We are a community source for answers to life’s problems, and we provide resources for people to discover their spiritual purpose in life and to develop answers to life questions (Matthew 5-7)

We create relationships that bridge to conversations about the Gospel, both with each other and with those who do not know Christ as their Savior (Acts 2:26-47)

We are a mission driven church with an outward focus; we welcome all people.  While getting together to fellowship with each other and with our Lord, we inspire each other to good works (Matthew 28:19-20; Romans 10:12-18; Luke 10:1-2)

We welcome all people and are good stewards in the care and use of our facilities, in community outreach, and in the performing arts.  (Ephesians 2:19-22)

Our mission is:

Serving Our Community by Sharing Christ’s Love

through

Gospel-powered, Christ-centered Worship

Respectful, Open Dialogue

Active, Generous Community Service

Compassionate, Christian Fellowship

Engaging, Faith-enlarging Bible Study

 

WHO WE ARE

As Lutheran Christians, we believe, teach, and confess the Triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, as revealed in Holy Scriptures.

God receives us as His own through the waters of Holy Baptism, and continues to nourish us in Holy Communion where we receive Christ in the bread and wine.

The Holy Spirit motivates His people to a life of worship and service as we hear and share the lifegiving Word of God.

 

HISTORY OF THE CHURCH

The Tale of Two Churches