Our pastor provides pastoral care visits to people who are hospitalized or for people who are enduring difficulty. Due to confidentiality laws, hospitals no longer notify churches or pastors when a member is hospitalized, even when requested by the patient. If you or a member of your family are admitted to the hospital or schedule a hospital stay, please contact the church office so that our pastor may be notified.
Do you like to help others when they are in need? Do you like to cook? Grace Cooks may be the perfect team for you! This group of men and women are called upon to make and deliver one meal to the Grace family that is in need. Our team provides up to 3 meals to those that have experienced a death of a loved one, are recovering from an illness or surgery, or have just brought a new baby home from the hospital. We could use more people on our team. If you think this might be a way for you to serve our congregation, please contact the church office, Gretchen Hutchens, or Katie Arana for more information.
Home Communion Visitors
Grace Lutheran Church has a group of members who serve as Home Communion Visitors, sharing the Eucharist with our homebound members. Home Communion visits are coordinated and scheduled around the first Sunday of every month. These visits, however, may be made to homebound with greater frequency as desired by our homebound members and Communion visitors. For more information on becoming a Home Communion Visitor or to arrange a Home Communion visit, contact the church office.
Grace members also deliver tablets with a video of Sunday morning worship to people without internet access. For more information on becoming a Tablet Ministry participant or recipient, contact the church office.
Grace offers a Service of Healing periodically through the year. This brief worship service focuses on the healing love and power that God extends to all people. Included in the service are the anointing with oil and laying on of hands, if desired.