December News

Advent calls us to prepare for and await the coming of the Savior. Being patient and discerning in advance of such a joyous occasion is not meant to be done in isolation. A serious contemplation of the body of Christ teaches us to work in concert with others to accomplish the mission of God in our community in every season. Materials for both Advent Calendars and an Advent Study Guide can be found on the table in the back of the sanctuary.

The current issue of the Grace Messenger can be found here: December 2022 Messenger

Click the link to see the December 2022 calendar: December 2022 Calendar

Organist Needed

Grace Lutheran and St. Luke’s Lutheran Churches in Omaha (websites – graceluth.com and stlukesomaha.org) are in search of an organist. We are a joint congregation of 50+ worshiping members. Each church has a two manual pipe organ (Reuter at St. Luke’s; Temple at Grace). The organist would play for Sunday morning services, Wednesday evening services during Lent, and Holy Week services.

Service music would include a Prelude, 3-4 hymns, Lutheran liturgy and a Postlude.We will consider a talented student. The contact person is Rev. Dr. Damon Laaker (402-672-0241) or [email protected]

November News

Sunday morning Worship Service during the month of November will be held at St. Luke’s Lutheran, 2315 I Street, at 9:30 am. All are invited to attend the Thanksgiving Eve Service hosted by St. Matthew’s, 1725 South 60th Street, on Wednesday, November 23rd at 6:30 pm. Fellowship and Refreshments will follow worship service. This year the first Sunday of Advent is on November 27th.

Attached is the current issue of the Grace Messenger: November 2022 Messenger

Click here to read the November calendar: November 2022 Calendar

September News

Click the link to keep up to date with the current issue of the Grace Messenger: September 2022 Messenger

Browse the Grace September 2022 Calendar here: September 2022 Calendar

Renewing God, this is a new day with new possibilities. Help me to see you today, in the world, in each person, in words and songs and in silence. I give thanks for each chance to see your light in the world today. Amen.   Prayer shared from The Word In Season devotional booklet.

August News

Included within the August issue of Grace Messenger you will discover pictures from the Vacation Bible School were children and adults heard stories and sang songs about God’s wonderful creation!

Click the link to read the current Grace Lutheran monthly newsletter: August Messenger

You can browse the current Grace calendar here: August 2022 Calendar

July News

God is Great! After a two year absence; Vacation Bible School returns this July! Read the Grace Messenger for additional details and the many ways you can help make this summer’s Vacation Bible School a success.

Browse the current news from Grace Lutheran Church here: July 2022 Messenger

Click the link to view the July 2022 calendar: July 2022 Calendar

Renewing God, this is a new day with new possibilities. Help me to see you today, in the world, in each person, in words and songs and in silence. I give thanks for each chance to see your light in the world today. Amen.  Shared by The Word in Season devotional.

May News

Attached is the current news in the monthly issue of the Grace Messenger:May 2022 Messenger

Click the link to browse the May Calendar: May 2022 Calendar

During the month of May we will gather at St. Luke’s each Sunday at 9:30 am for Worship Service. Hope to see you there!

April News

It is a busy time during the church year! Take time to intentionally enter into a quiet place to reconnect and strengthen your relationship with God in prayer. Attached are the current opportunities to serve one another, connections with the community and news from Grace Lutheran Church. Easter Blessings to you and your family.

Click the link to read the current news from Grace Lutheran Church: April 2022 Messenger

Grace Lutheran’s April 2022 Calendar of events can be found here: April 2022 Calendar*

March 13, 2022 – Second Sunday in Lent worship service

Although Paul’s devotion to Christ has caused him to be persecuted, he does not regret the course he has taken. Writing from prison, he expresses confidence in a glorious future and encourages other Christians to follow in his footsteps. He seeks to rally the believers in Philippi to stand firm in their faith in spite of persecution from the wider society as well as internal conflicts and false teachers in the church itself. “Stand firm in the Lord.” That’s his rallying cry. That’s his challenge to the Philippian church 2000+ years ago, and it’s his challenge to us today. “Stand firm in the Lord.”