Your specific requests and prayers of thanksgiving will be held up to the Lord through the Prayer Partners and Prayer Chain. Contact the Church Office or email us at email@example.com to request prayer or to be a part of a telephone or Internet prayer chain.
Thursdays at 6:30pm
Are you hurting, especially as we head into the Christmas season? Is someone you love hurting? Regardless of what you are struggling with-whether it is relational, emotional, spiritual, or physical-you are welcome to join us for an introductory evening of "Celebrate Recovery." This is a place of healing in the midst of life's hurts, habits, or hang ups. Come and find help and hope through Jesus Christ at this confidential and anonymous introduction to "Celebrate Recovery". For more information call 262-251-0670 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Acts of Grace - Mission Team
"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." -Acts 1:8
Mission trips offer an experience of service to others as Jesus modeled to us; an opportunity to build friendships and experience Christian community; a time for personal spiritual growth and focus on relationship with God; an opportunity to learn about other cultures; an opportunity to learn about poverty and social justice; and a chance to put our faith to work in real life situations.
Past Mission Trips include:
Acts of Grace is led by Carl & Sara Lueck and Pastor Joel Howard. Contact the Church Office or email us at email@example.com for more info.
You can support the mission team by ordering SCRIP.
Please visit the What's Happenings page for current Scrip News
Our Care Ministry seeks to walk alongside people at difficult times in life. Pastoral staff or trained volunteers are available to provide direction and help as families go through times of illness, loss, death, financial challenges, marriage struggles, important life decisions, and other situations.
Community Banquet is a free hot meal and chance to socialize with others from the community. It is held every 2nd & 4th Thursday at 5:30pm at St. James Church, W220 N6588 Townline Rd, Menomonee Falls. The banquet is open to everyone who would like food and fellowship. Anywhere from 125 to 200 people are served. The meal is provided out of the generosity of 10 area churches, including Grace, who work together to provide the food, cook, serve and clean-up. Twice a year guests are invited to make a donation.
G3 Nursing Home Ministry and Visitation
We provide visits to hospitals, nursing homes, homes, or hospice to keep in touch with those who are unable to attend worship and other Grace activities. For information or to schedule a visit, call the church office at 262-251-0670.
Nursing Home Ministry: A ministry to serve others in our community. Share the compassion of Jesus through conversation and fellowship with others!
GIFTS of Grace (Grace Infant Family Team)
GIFTS of Grace is a support system for moms of babies born/baptized into the Grace family. We provide a meal for the family & small gift for the baby. To be a part of this
ministry or for more information email Amanda at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Jenny at: email@example.com
GriefShare - For those who have lost a loved one
GriefShare, a series of sessions for those who have lost a loved one through death, will be held beginning in September. GriefShare includes Biblical teaching on various topics of grief, with follow up group discussion. If your or someone you know would benefit by attending, contact the church office or Deaconess Christiana at firstname.lastname@example.org. Participants need not be a Grace member.
Whether you have visited Grace in the past, are curious about our church, or are connected to Grace already, we want to invite you to an opportunity to discover what Grace is all about – Sacramental Life.
In this class we will discover what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ connected here at Grace. Team taught by our ministry staff, the study will cover the basics of what Scripture reveals to us regarding our life, God, and how the two intersect. We will see what it means to live as a disciple of Jesus, putting our faith into action. Additionally, we’ll explore what ministry looks like for God’s people here at Grace. The class is low-key and causal, meant to be a chance for you to connect with others here at Grace.
Sacramental Life is a eight week course that will be held on Sundays from 11:00am - 12:00pm in the conference room, on the south side of the hallway between the sanctuary and Commons. We understand if you are unable to make every class session during this time, but we ask that you will commit to being there regularly.
If you have any questions about Sacramental Life feel free to call (262-251-0670) or e-mail Deaconess Christiana at email@example.com
Grace Friends are members of Grace who make non-crisis, friendly visits to our shut-ins. These visits become very important to our shut-ins and provide a connection between them and their church. A Grace Friend is assigned to a particular shut-in whom is visited on at least a monthly basis.
Call the Church Office or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if your own needs arise or you become aware of someone who could benefit from any of these services. Additional Grace Friends are also needed.
"Men working together towards a common objective of serving others, while developing deep and meaningful relationships with one another and Jesus Christ.”
Men work differently than women, they don’t communicate, react, form bonds or share feelings the same way. Case in point, if two women bumped shopping carts in a grocery store they each would know the others names, not to mention each others children’s names before leaving the store and probably a lunch date planned. Now if two men bumped shopping carts, the remainder of this story is history.
Typically, men feel the need to work towards a common goal or objective, when surrounded by other men. They also need to share some of the same interests to even come together. This men’s ministry concept is built on the common objective of being Godly men with the desire to serve Jesus Christ. Through this, men are able to relate to one another and form Christian based friendships with other men and develop not only their personal relationship with Jesus Christ but also provide outreach and mission service to others.
Our Mission... "joyfully serve Christ through His church, Grace Lutheran Church, by ministering to others through delicious food, fellowship and spiritual growth."
Our Vision... "to provide men a unique opportunity to relate to one another in a comfortable, Christ-Centered format which will result in the spiritual growth of group members, support to other ministries, assist in establishing similar ministries, and represent Christ and our church in the community."
Please contact the Church Office or email us at email@example.com if you would like to get involved with the Holy Smokers.
Grace’s Manna Program provides food items and monetary funds to inner city churches with families in need, as well as to our own members and friends.
Food items or donations can be brought in at any time and placed in the Manna boxes located by the church entries.
Call the Church Office or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or if you have items to donate.
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We believe every man matters to God and to this church. Rather than being "Lone Rangers" the men of Grace gather together as a band of brothers, seeking to be real with each other, walking the life of faith, and seeking to live out the life to which Christ has called them. Being a man at Grace involves learning what it means to follow Jesus and truly experience life as a man.
We want each man who attends Grace to feel connected, equipped and vital to the success of God’s work here at Grace. To accomplish this, you can jump into a men’s Bible study, participate in recreational sports teams, go on a mission trip, volunteer for a worship team or be part of the Holy Smokers. There are studies and groups held throughout the year that wrestle with issues that guys face – being a man, how to be a father, and loving your wife.
No matter what your age or past experience, the men of Grace invite you to join us in the epic journey of following Christ.
Please contact the Church Office or email us at email@example.com for more information on how to get involved with Men's Ministry at Grace.
PEN and PRAYER
Support others through cards, notes & prayers
If you are interested in being part of communicating with and supporting others through cards, notes and prayers, please contact Joann Mueller at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 262-293-3838. Or if you know of someone who could use an encouraging card please contact Joann Mueller.
Soles For Jesus
Donation Bins in the Commons
Grace is now a permanent collection site for Soles For Jesus! Bring new or gently used shoes (any size) and drop them off in the collection bins. One bin is located off of the Commons, and the other bin is upstairs right outside the elevator. Soles For Jesus collects shoes and sends them, along with the message of the Gospel in native languages, to the people of Africa. Visit the SFJ website at solesforjesus.org, or contact Tammy Breckenfelder, email@example.com, with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
Altar Circle prepares and beautifies our sanctuary for worship and holidays. Coordinated by Susan Sutherland 262.251.3585
Administration Circle prepares mailings to assist the church office. Coordinated by Barb Lippert
Stitching by Grace sews quilts and other items Tuesday mornings in the School Fellowship Hall and sewing room. Some projects can also be done at home. Facilitated by Cheryl Tebo 262.251.5491
Prayers & Squares Quilts represent the love of God and the comfort of His praying people for those who are ill. Quilt-making can be done at home. Facilitated by Cheryl Tebo 262.251.5491
Economy Store workers go to the store on Tuesdays each week. Facilitated by Dee Jobe 262.255.5251.
Funeral Meals & Desserts are prepared and served. Facilitated by Deaconess Christiana at email@example.com
Stephen Ministry trains and organizes lay people to provide one-to-one Christian care to hurting people in and around our congregation. Stephen Ministers (lay caregivers) provide Christian care to the bereaved, hospitalized, terminally ill, separated, divorced, unemployed, relocated, and others facing a crisis or life challenge. People who need care receive quality, Christ-centered, confidential care for their hurts and needs. They find hope, healing, and a new sense of self-worth through the support of a Stephen Minister. Stephen Ministers experience great joy as they see God working through them to bring hope and healing to a hurting person.
Contact Deaconess Christiana Ewert at 262-251-0670 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you think a caring, listening ear may help you through a hard time, or if you think that you would make a good Stephen Minister.
The Purpose of Women’s Ministry at Grace is to equip women for a deeper spiritual walk with Jesus Christ by:
Grace Women’s Ministry is designed for every woman no matter her age or stage in life. Our Bible studies, programs and special events have been prayerfully planned to meet your needs for His purpose. Be encouraged as you develop new friendships and be enriched as you study God’s Word for your life. Join us as we strive to know, love, and serve our Lord Jesus Christ!
Please call Deaconess Christiana Ewert at 262.251.0670 ext. 3940 or email her at email@example.com for more information on how to get involved with Women's Ministry at Grace.