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Bahamas Hurricane Relief

We really need money right now.

Any donation sent to grace for Bahamas relief will be sent to one of our churches commuted to helping in the Bahamas. Any donation will be sent along with no fees.

OLD INFO

Grace is Collecting Items to be Sent to the Bahamas

  • We are collecting

    • Water

    • No Perishable Food Items.

  • Gift of Money

    • The FLGA District of the LCMS is committed to helping the effort and will send 100% of your Disaster Relief gift to help.

      • Give online by going to https://flgadistrict.org then clicking online giving. Then designate how much to Disaster Response.

      • Or you can give money designated to FLGA Disaster Responses to grace and we will send it to the FLGA District.

Here is a Letter from our Distinct President Greg Walton

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Greetings in the name of our gracious Savior Jesus!


You have no doubt heard the news of the devastation in the Bahamas. Many of you are also aware that we have one congregation there, Nassau Lutheran Church, located on the Island of Nassau. It sustained no damage, but the big Island, Grand Bahama, is utterly destroyed. These folks need our help. Your help is urgently needed. We are working with Pastor Sam Boodle of Nassau to help assess needs and respond. We invite all congregations to designate a special offering to the Florida-Georgia District for Disaster Assistance for the Bahamas over the next few weeks or donate directly to our disaster fund through the FLGA District website (flgadistrict.org). Jay Wendland (jwendland@flgadistrict.org), our District Disaster Coordinator, will be working with local agencies and contacts in the Bahamas to ensure that donated funds are correctly directed to help those in need get emergency food, clothing, shelter and other basic necessities.

We do understand that there are many local initiatives and agencies also reaching out to help the nation of Bahamas. We do not want to compete, and encourage you to support those ministries and agencies locally as they collect supplies to be shipped to Freeport and Abaco. However, there is plenty to be done, and the Florida-Georgia District will continue to work with the Synod to receive financial contributions to support the long-term work that will be happening in the Bahamas in the coming months and years. We invite you to partner with us in this endeavor as we lift these people in prayer. Thank you!

In His peace,

Rev. Dr. Gregory S. Walton, President

The Florida-Georgia District, LCMS


7-17-19 Email Backpacks

School Supplies for Haiti 

  • Last Pickup August 4th

  • BIG NEED: Backpacks

  • Normal school supplies are needed. 

  • I have been told Dollar General has a great selection. 

  • This Week’s Reflection Questions

    • Tell about a time when you looked for power.  Where did you try and find it?

    • Read Acts 19:1-7.  What does God’s Spirit do when Paul lays his hands to the disciples in Ephesus?

    • Read Acts 19:11-20.  What powerful things does the Spirit do?  How do the Jewish exorcists misuse that power and the name of Jesus?

    • What are some ways that we might misuse the name of Jesus and the Spirit’s power today?

    • Read Acts 19:21-41.  What concern does Demetrius have concerning the message of Paul about Jesus?  Why do you think he has those concerns?

    • In what ways has Jesus confronted and challenged you? How has that caused you to be changed?

  • Watch the Week’s Sermon

    • True Power

    • Paul walks into Ephesus, and he sees multiple displays of power. First he sees the Spirit of God when some are baptized and they begin speaking in tongues.  Then he sees the Spirit when some begin to use the power for their own gain and are quickly humbled. Finally, there’s power of the crowd when they feel Paul’s message of Jesus threatens their city and their God.

    • https://www.gracelutheranpsl.com/news/spirit-acts19

  • The Spirit Experience - Sermon Series 

    • The Book of Acts

    • It’s about those who are enlivened by the Lord’s Spirit and are going out and acting as witnesses. 

    • Sunday 10AM

  • Needed: Sunday Photographer

    • We would like someone to shoot pictures of families on Sunday Mornings. 

      • In on our ongoing efforts to keep directory updated we want to shoot pictures of families at church. 

      • Let Pastor Cris know if you are interested. 

  • Thursday Bible Reading

    • 11AM on Thursdays, we get together to read the Bible and talk about what we have heard. We are currently reading 2 Kings.

    • This is Pastor’s favorite Bible study. Join us as we listen to scripture for 45 minutes then talk about what we have heard.  

    • We have been doing this Bible study for almost 2 years, and in that time we have read. Genesis, Exodus, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1+2 Samuel, Ezra, Nehemiah, Job, Isaiah, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, Philippians, Hebrews, and Revelation.

    • All of this in just an hour and 15 minutes a week. Come join us as we continue to read the Bible together. 

  • Prayer List!

    • We have made changes to the prayer list. 

      • We will keep a prayer request on the list for 3 weeks. 

      • Please let us know every 3 weeks if you would like to keep someone on the list. 

      • This change was made to ensure an accurate list of prayers. 

    • Here is how to give us a prayer request. 

  • See you Sunday!

Grace Email 4/24/19

Joan Lemke Memorial

  • Saturday the 27th

  • 11:00 AM Visitation

  • 12:00 PM Memorial Service.

  • Aycock Funeral Home

    • 505 SW Federal Hwy, Stuart, FL 34994

This Weeks Reflection Questions

  • What is your favorite Easter memory?

  • Read Luke 24:1-12.  What were the women expecting to find at the tomb?  Why do you think they were expecting this?

  • When are the times in your life when you doubted that Jesus was actually alive, reigning as king?

  • Take a look at verses 5-8, what does the angel says that gives them hope? How do they respond?

  • How does the Easter resurrection give you hope today?

Watch the Easter Sermon

  • The Art of Life

  • You were created, but you were not just as a sack of unfeeling chemicals. You were created as a great work of art. But what if the world does not seem like a great work of art? What if I think my life is just a dark mess? I imagine that's what the women carrying embalming spices to Jesus’ grave thought. However, what they saw that morning changed how they saw the world and changed how they saw themselves. Christ is risen, they saw the Art of Life.

  • Watch it at….

  • https://www.gracelutheranpsl.com/news/jesus-exp19

Thursday Bible Reading

  • 11AM On Thursdays, we get together to read the bible and talk about what we have heard.

  • This is Pastor’s favorite bible study. Join us as we listen to scripture for 45 minutes then talk about what we have heard.  

  • We have been doing this bible study for almost 2 years and in that time we have read. Genesis, Exodus, Joshua, Judges, Ruth 1+2 Samuel, Ezra, Nehemiah, Job, Isiah, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, Phillippians, Hebrews, Revelation.

  • All of this in just an hour and 15 mins a week. Come join us as we continue to read the bible together.

MOPS Helpers

  • Our Mothers of Preschoolers need more volunteers to help watch the little ones.

  • They meet at Grace on Wednesday mornings twice a month.

  • Get in touch with Pastor, Midge, or Judy if you are interested.

Adopt a Street. (2nd Tuesday of Month)

  • Tuesday at 8:30am

  • Join us as we clean up Grace’s Street so we can keep PSL Beautiful.

  • Corner of Cashmere and Torino.

Prayer List!

  • We have made changes to the prayer list.

    • We will keep a prayer request on the list for 3 weeks.

    • Please let us know every 3 weeks if you would like to keep someone on the list.

    • This change was made to ensure an accurate list of prayers.

  • Here is how to give us a prayer request.

See you Sunday!

Email Blast Feb 13 2019

New Building Voters Meeting Feb 17th

  • After Service on Sunday

  • The meeting will be quick. After we finish the service, we will give instructions for voting, have the vote, and announce the winning vote.  

  • There will be no discussion concerning the vote.

  • We want this to be a quick meeting. After the vote, refreshments will be served as usual.

  • If you have questions about the vote, please watch the video of our public discussion, or contact Pastor or Leigh Liagre



  • Thursday Morning Scripture (Ruth)

    • Join us as we read Ruth (and 1+2 Samuel coming next)

    • Every Thursday at 11am we get together and read a large chunk of scripture and then talk about what we read.

    • Join us for good discussion and a large look at the scriptures.


  • Watch Last Week’s Sermon

    • We’re Not In Kansas Anymore - The Jesus Experience

    • Jesus asks the disciples “Who do people say I am?” They get it right and say he is the messiah. Jesus then goes to the top of the mountain, becoming bright and shiny. We’re not in Kansas anymore - this is literally a mountain-top experience. But when there are mountains, there are also valleys, with crosses, death, and suffering.  We’re not in Kansas anymore.

    • https://www.gracelutheranpsl.com/news/jesus-exp7


  • DON’T FORGET THE BACKPACK PROGRAM

    • A list of needed items is posted on the bulletin board in the narthex, and a collection box is in the narthex.  Cash donations earmarked “Backpack” may be placed in the offering plate as well. For more information, contact Leigh Liagre.


  • MOPS Helpers

    • Our Mothers of Preschoolers need more volunteers to help watch the little ones.

    • They meet at Grace on Wednesday mornings twice a month.

    • Get in touch with Pastor, Midge, or Judy if you are interested.

  • See you Sunday!