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Dec 30

Get Ready to “Tail-Bake” Your Super Bowl Party!

Super Bowl Sunday is February 1! What better way to prepare for the big game and get your party started the right way than hanging out with your church family, and picking up a dessert in the process? For this Sunday, we will gather for worship at 9:00 a.m. There will only be ONE worship …

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Dec 28

Christmas 2014 Slideshow

The kids have wowed us again with their ‘Bible’s Got Talent’ Show, written and directed by Ellen Warntz.  Here are some photographic highlights, if you did not get the chance to come to the performance on Christmas Eve:

Dec 28

What’s In the Display case?

The display will include New Year’s celebrations around the world. We have found an article called ‘How to Have a Happy New Year’ by Victoria Doudera. Here are some excerpts. Many New Year customs that we take for granted actually date from ancient times. This year, ring out the old and ring in the new …

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Nov 27

Christmas Schedule at Grace Lutheran

Family Christmas Eve Service The Family service begins at 5:30 p.m. The theme for this year is ‘The Bible’s Got Talent.’ The children of our church are the stars of the show. Children of all ages are welcome. Candlelight Christmas Eve Service We will gather for a candlelight service to welcome our Lord and Savior …

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Oct 29

God’s Pie Sunday Recipe

In honor of God’s Pie Sunday, we have a recipe for everyone to enjoy: Nutella Swirled Pumpkin Pie Ingredients: FOR THE CRUST: 1 and 1/2 cups gingersnap cookie crumbs 2 Tablespoons sugar pinch of salt 5 Tablespoons unsalted butter, melted and slightly cooled FOR THE FILLING: 3 large eggs, room temperature 15 ounce can pure …

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Oct 27

What’s In the Display case?

The display in November will be a Thanksgiving theme for the season. Here are five strange facts you may not know about Thanksgiving: 1. Since 1934, The Detroit Lions always play on Thanksgiving. 2. The first TV dinner was Thanksgiving leftovers. 3. There are three towns named Turkey in the United States. 4. The first …

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