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Grace Lutheran Church, Hatfield, Pa.

This Week’s Events (Page 4)

December 12, 2018
  • Stepping Stones Christmas Program
    Starts: 10:15 am


December 13, 2018
  • Choir Practice
    Starts: 7:15 pm

    Location: Sanctuary


December 15, 2018
  • Jesus Birthday Party
    Starts: 10:00 am

    Location: Fellowship Hall


December 16, 2018
  • Worship/Communion
    Starts: 8:00 am


  • Sunday School
    Starts: 9:15 am


  • Worship
    Starts: 10:30 am


  • Calvary Korean Church
    Starts: 12:30 pm

    Location: Sanctuary at Grace


  • Confirmation
    Starts: 6:30 pm


December 18, 2018
  • Council Meeting
    Starts: 7:00 pm



 News

Groundbreaking – August 9, 2015

During the Sunday service held on August 9, 2015, the membership of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church at 40 North Main Street in Hatfield ceremoniously broke ground to proceed with building a replacement structure for the building that was destroyed in a fire on December 31, 2011. After the Building Team chair, Ken Seiler, the church council president, Frank Stone II, and Pastor…

“40”

Those of you who are baseball fans probably know the significance of the number 42.  It was the uniform number for Jackie Robinson, the first baseball player to break Major League Baseball’s color barrier that segregated the sport for more than 50 years. To remember this event, each year, Major League Baseball has a date where each player wears the number 42,…

Merry Advent!

Merry Advent! This is one of the times that the church speaks a much different message than the world. Since Halloween, and sometimes even earlier, the stores have been proclaiming “Merry Christmas” and the need to surround ourselves with the right stuff and give away the right stuff as Christmas gifts. However, if you go…

What is Thanksgiving Anyway and What About Us Today?

The origins of Thanksgiving reach back nearly four centuries. As the Pilgrims settled in Massachusetts in 1620, they barely survived the winter as over half of the original settlers died. Yet assisted by helpful Indians of the area, they were able to reap a bountiful harvest the following year. On December 13, 1621, to offer thanksgiving to God and celebrate with their…