May 14, 2017 (Mother’s Day) – 4:00 pm Bach Cantata that will include our choir, and guest chamber orchestra.
Matthew Sheppard, conductor
Please check back to our website as dates are finalized for a guest choir concert and a Hymn Festival to dedicate the new Steinway Grand Piano
There will be a sign-up sheet for persons who want to provide soup and sandwiches for these Wednesday simple meals. I hope members and friends take advantage of these special times to enjoy some fellowship as we reflect on how we can better relate to God in very special ways. Full Lenten Schedules are on the back window or click the link: LENTEN SCHEDULE
They are available in the Fellowship Hall after worship services or call 522-3965. The cookbook is only $15.00 and all proceeds go to Grace Food Pantry.
The Winter Warming Center is an overflow homeless shelter in Springfield for the winter months. They are in need of hot meals for dinner throughout the winter. Grace will be providing the evening meal for Saturday, February 25 and Saturday, March 25. We will meet at church in the afternoon on those dates to prepare the meals and will deliver them to the shelter at 6:30pm. If you are able to provide food and/or help to prepare and deliver the meals, please sign up on the white board in the fellowship hall. Please contact Katherine Galloway with questions--217-553-3958 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The 500th anniversary of the Reformation is fast approaching! Do you want to learn more about Martin Luther, his writings, and their impact on Christianity? Do you want to reflect on the ongoing impact of the Reformation today? Stop by our Reformation 500 Bookstore to shop for engaging books on the Reformation for readers of all ages and interests! Save up to 50% plus receive free shipping on all Bookstore titles. Stop by the Fellowship Hall, March 4-18, between services to get fascinating books on the Reformation for you and your family.
Our Bookstore is sponsored by Augsburg Fortress, the publishing ministry of the ELCA. The books will include bestselling biographies like Luther the Reformer as well as an atlas of the European Reformations, a graphic novel for young readers, and primary sources from The Annotated Luther series.
Regularly scheduled classes are each week at 9:15 am.