Welcome!


Our Mission Statement:  "To Proclaim God's Grace and Share God's Peace through love and service to all."

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Our Welcoming Statement:  Everyone is welcome at Grace and Peace Lutheran Church. We are a "Reconciling in Christ" congregation of the ELCA. 

Please join with us in nurturing meaningful relationships, and sharing our collective gifts in response to the world's deep hunger for hope, love, grace, justice and peace. Christ is our center and we live in grateful response to God's love and grace.

  We seek to celebrate the image of God in all people, including every race, sex, age, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital and familial status, physical and mental ability, socioeconomic situation and political affiliation.  

 

 

 

Come see a photo gallery of our wonderful community, and get a glimpse of some of the many activities that take place at Grace and Peace.

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Welcome Visitors- We thank you for worshiping with us this morning, and invite you back again for prayer, worship, and any event our congregation has scheduled. We hope the message of God’s grace will guide and strengthen you.

 

Staffed Nursery Available- Children are always welcome in worship, however if the need arises, the nursery is available for your child.

 

The Mission of Grace- The Mission of Grace is open Wednesday’s and Saturday’s 9:30am-1pm with our free community meal the third Tuesday of every month.

 

 

 

 

 

Every Week:

Second and Fourth Mondays: Womens' Bible Study, 6:00 PM

Monday Overeaters Anonymous Meeting, 6:30 PM

Tuesday Bible Study, 2:30 PM

Wednesday Bible Study, 10:45 AM

Saturday Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, 7:30 PM

 

 

Meet Grace and Peace Lutheran Church

Come to the About Us section to find out what we're all about!


 

 Grace and Peace Lutheran Church is a Reconciled in Christ community.  To learn more about the program, click here.

 

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Pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church Everett, WA Scripture Jonah prayed to the Lord his God from the belly of the fish: ‘I called out to the Lord in my distress, and he answered me. From the belly of the underworld I cried out for help; you have heard my voice. Jonah 2:1-2, Common English Bible Translation Devotional The book of Jonah only makes two appearances in our 3-year lectionary cycle, neither of which is in the Lenten season.

 

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