News & Events

Important Announcement for October 29th, Reformation Sunday


Join us for one worship service @ 11 am on October 29th , as we celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation together!  All are then invited to the Feast of Indulgences Meal in the Fellowship Hall, directly after the worship service.  Please see the announcement below with more specific details about this meal.

Lutheran Campus Ministry Meal

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We are scheduled to once again take evening meals down to the Lutheran Campus Ministry house on Tuesday, 10/24, at 5:00 PM. If you would like to help pay for or serve this meal, please talk with David or Kathy Berfield, Parry or Lisa Larsen-Moss, Lud, or Wayne. Pastor Devin Strong is the Lead Pastor of Lutheran Campus Ministry now; it will be fun to break bread with him and the students at the Grace House. If you have any questions, please see Wayne Linke.

All Saints Sunday

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Please send in pictures and/or names and biography information of your loved ones who have passed away this past year to be remembered on All Saints Sunday, November 5.

The Feast of Indulgences Meal


As some of you know, Martin Luther wrote his 95 Theses in opposition to the practice of selling, indulgences: that is, selling the promise of forgiveness of sins and entry into heaven from purgatory in the church of the middle ages.


In a play on words we are doing a spin on this practice, we will be holding a meal following the 11:00 a.m. service on Reformation Sunday this year, October 29. We are inviting all members of Amazing Grace, friends and visitors are also welcome, to come and celebrate the heritage of our Lutheran faith and tradition, based in the Reformation led by Martin Luther. This is not your standard church potluck. It will be a prepared meal, and all those in attendance will be served their meal by the members of Amazing Grace Church Council. The meal is free to all in attendance, since God’s grace is free to all, through faith in Jesus Christ. Please come and indulge yourselves, as we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation!


First Communion Class



First Communion class continue this Sunday, October 15  for children ages seven or older @ 1 pm – 3 pm. And it will also be on October 22.

Reformation Sunday


Martin Luther taught that the church should constantly be reforming. In preparing for Reformation Sunday, we want to know what reforms you think should be taking place now in the overall church (not just Amazing Grace, but the overall church).  Please send an email with your response to  We will be compiling and printing these responses and we will print our own 95 Theses for Amazing Grace Lutheran Church.

Fall Festival on October 21


Children and volunteers, please join us for a Fall Festival on Saturday, October 21, from 6 – 8 pm in the Fellowship Hall.  Children, please dress in a biblical costume or as a scarecrow (no “scary” costumes please!).  Pastor Mike and his wife will lead the evening with plenty of games, prizes, scavenger hunt, and a time of carving or painting pumpkins!  Food and punch and pumpkins will be provided.

Alleluia Girls are Coming Back!


All women are invited to participate in a women’s Bible Study.  We call ourselves the Alleluia Girls.  We have taken a summer break, but have resumed our weekly Wednesday morning Bible Study.  Join us on Wednesday, @ 9:30 am in the Fellowship Hall where we will have fellowship and engage in a Bible Study together.  Lunch follows the meeting for all who have the time.

Men’s Ministry


Men’s Breakfast

A Men’s weekly breakfast will now begin on Friday mornings @ 8:00 AM at the IHOP on Hwy. 29.  All men are welcome.


Men’s Retreat

Men, please Save the Date for the Annual Men’s Retreat for January 26 – January 28.  For more information, please see the July newsletter.

Amazing Grace Project Tree


Here is your chance to share your time and talent! There are many opportunities for you, your family or group to participate. All you have to do is go to the Amazing Grace Project Tree, which will soon be located on the bulletin board in the Narthex. Then pick a leaf and coordinate with David Rager for which project you would like to schedule. We already have some of the supplies, but another opportunity would be to make a donation for materials for some of the projects. Contact David Rager, Property Chair, with questions and/or comments at 770-906-1083.

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