• Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
    Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

    January 18-25

  • February Work Day
    February Work Day

    Saturday, February 7 from 8:30 am to noon.

  • Mardi Gras is Tuesday, February 17
    Mardi Gras is Tuesday, February 17

    Church Office Closed

  • Ash Wednesday is February 18
    Ash Wednesday is February 18

    Worship and Imposition of Ashes at 7pm.

  • Family Movie Night featuring Despicable Me 2
    Family Movie Night featuring Despicable Me 2

    Saturday, February 21. Watch the bulletin and listen to the announcements for more details.

  • Mid-week Lenten Worship
    Mid-week Lenten Worship

    Every Wednesday, starting February 25 through March 25, at 7 pm.

  • Congregational Potluck and Group Gathering #3
    Congregational Potluck and Group Gathering #3

    Sunday, March 1 following worship.

  • March 29 through April 5
    March 29 through April 5
  • Looking for a workout?
    Looking for a workout?

    There are several exercise options in the fellowship room. Aerobic dancing happens at 9:30 am Monday through Friday, and at 12:15 pm Wednesday every week. Insanity workout takes place at 5:45 pm Tuesday and Thursday each week.

  • Graceful Ladies Bible Study
    Graceful Ladies Bible Study

    Will meet at 10:30 am the first Tuesday of each month in the library.

Welcome to Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church

Join us for worship at 10 a.m. Sundays. Adult education and Sunday school start at 8:45 a.m. beginning September 7th.

We are a congregation of the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Grace is open to people from all walks of life, in every stage of life. We aim to serve God’s Kingdom as a united body of Christ, offer discipleship opportunities, and plan programs intended to reach and involve God’s Church. Grace is always excited to welcome visitors, new members, and new inspiration in order to move the church forward.

Located in the Lakeview neighborhood, Grace was devastated by more than 5 feet of water during Hurricane Katrina.  The church is back and more beautiful than ever, and now is working to rebuild the entire city of New Orleans. Please come and join us live as one body of Christ, and connect as a church family!

 

From the congregation, the synod, and the ELCA

Living Earth Reflections: Resolved

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And the one who was seated on the throne said, "See, I am making all things new." (Revelation 21:5) Nearly every Sunday, my suburban Virginia congregation prays for our government and its leaders.... READ MORE

Winter in Baltimore

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I’m in Baltimore for an LIRS Board of Directors’ meeting. Here’s how it looked yesterday: What a difference a day makes. After getting dumped on yesterday, beautiful blue sky at the Lutheran Center... READ MORE

Food Insecurity is Real – Even in Iowa

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This week, we are happy to welcome Alison Northrop as a guest writer.  Her post below originally appeared in the January newsletter of Zion St. John Lutheran Church in Sheffield, Iowa, and on... READ MORE