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|Grace Lutheran singers help lift the spirits of residents at Broadview Assisted Living Center. (December, 2013)
|The Grace Lutheran Choir sings, "There in God's Garden." (KL Scott)
|"What Feast of Love Is Offered Here" (D. Dufner)
|Grace Lutheran singers sing "Just As I Am" at Broadview Assisted Living Center. (December, 2013)
|We celebrated "God's Work, Our Hands" Sunday by organizing a work day with St. Stephen Lutheran Church. Our members teamed up to complete painting and yard work on an InnBetween home for a family experiencing
homelessness. The InnBetween Program of Lutheran Social Services of North Florida provides homes and support services for as long as two years to help families transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency. Workers tackled
the project on September 13. They transformed the house with fresh paint and new sod. Many thanks to all who offered a helping hand! See more pictures here.
|The 2014 - 2015 Sunday School year is under way at Grace Lutheran Church. We have classes for children and adults starting every Sunday morning at 9:30.
At right, Maria Heidorn, who leads our Sunday School program, works with Oliver and Aubrey on a creative project. See more pictures from our Sunday School Rally Day.
|Children at Grace Lutheran participated in a project to raise money for the prevention of malaria around the world.
|Reminders for Sunday, November 2
Don't forget to move clocks back 1 hour Saturday night. Day light savings time begins on Sunday.
This Sunday is All Saints Sunday.
All Saints Day falls on November 1 each year (so All Saints Sunday will be celebrated on November 2) and is a universal festival of the Church. This festival day directs our attention to the richness of Christian history
and the varied experiences of the grace of God by lifting up the lives of the saints. The custom of commemorating all the martyrs of the Church on a single day goes back at least to the third century. All Saints' Day
celebrates not only the martyrs and saints, but all the people of God, living and dead, who together form the mystical body of Christ. (The Rev. Thomas L. Weitzel, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)