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Grace Lutheran Church

Where God’s grace couldn’t be clearer.

Welcome! For more than 130 years, Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church has been providing encouragement, comfort, support, and friendship for people of all ages and at all stages of life. How? By communicating to our members and the surrounding rural community God’s unchanging and undeserved love, which he displayed by sending his Son Jesus Christ to live in our place and die for our sins.

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Mission Festival Nov 6, 2016

Missionary Tim Flunker, the Hispanic Outreach Consultant for the Board for Home Missions of our synod, was the guest preacher for our annual joint Mission Festival, which Grace hosted this year. He preached on Luke 15:1-10, the parables of the lost sheep and the lost coin. He pointed out how, even though the shepherd and the woman did not rejoice until after they found the lost sheep and coin, the finding couldn’t have been their only source of joy. The shepherd doubtless slaughtered a sheep for the feast he hosted, and the woman doubtless spent more than one coin for the party she hosted. Their joy must have been not just in the finding, but in the looking. So too, our joy should not just be in the finding when sharing God’s word with lost souls, because often the findings are scant. Our joy also needs to be in the looking, just as our Savior found joy in seeking us. Then our joy will never run out, regardless of the results.

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Sep 3, 2016
Luther House Museum in Wittenberg
The Luther House Museum in Wittenberg, Germany. The museum is undergoing updates and renovations in preparation for the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation next year, which has enabled the Minneapolis Institute of Art to borrow and display a number of its artifacts in an upcoming Luther exhibition.

From October 30 to January 15, more than 100 objects that have never traveled to North America will be on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Art (MIA). This exhibition is titled “Martin Luther: Art and the Reformation.” Grace and St. Paul are organizing two trips to this exhibition.