Worship

Grace Lutheran Church—Amazing Grace

Experience God’s Amazing Worship

Sunday Worship: 10:00 a.m. with Holy Communion and children’s sermon each week

  • Worship is an expression of our love for God, commitment to follow Jesus, and response to the Holy Spirit.
  • A worship bulletin contains the order of the service with text allowing those worshiping with us to follow along and easily participate in the service. Announcements with information about our current ministry are also included in the bulletin.
  • We welcome all ages in worship.
  • The sacrament of Holy Communion is offered to all baptized and communing Christians. Our Lord Jesus invites and welcomes all who believe he is present in the bread and cup.

Sunday Sermons

The sermon is a key component of every service.  Pastor Dan Schwick's recent sermons have been recorded and uploaded to YouTube.  Check out the recent sermons.

Grace Lutheran Church - Mount Prospect YouTube Channel

Music Ministry

Music is a very important part of The ministry at Grace, including a congregation that loves to sing.  Led by Director of Music/Choral Director Susan Nelson and accompanied at the keyboard by Organist Erik Matson, our adult choir is a very dedicated group of men and women who sing the praises of God at least twice monthly, while the children of Grace also enthusiastically add their voices on a regular basis.  Our music program also includes the gifts of vocal and instrumental soloists and ensembles and includes a three octave complement of hand bells and choir chimes, which are also incorporated into our worship services from time to time.  Our scriptures, enhanced by our anthems and liturgical music, are an integral part of our worship experience.  We invite you to become a part of this music ministry.

Special Worship Services

Festival Sundays and Religious Holidays

Epiphany, Easter, Pentecost, Reformation, Advent, Christmas

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Rally Sunday and Community Picnic

The Sunday after Labor Day we gather for a single outdoor service, lunch and fun activities to begin fall programs.

Lent

A gathering for worship, food, fellowship, and learning on Wednesday evenings during the 5 weeks before Easter.

Wedding

Marriage is a life-long commitment between two people who promise their love and faithfulness to each other and ask for God’s help and guidance in their relationship during a wedding ceremony.

Contact the pastor after your engagement and before making arrangements with other professionals to clear availability for your intended wedding date.

Click here for wedding guidelines.

Click here for wedding quick start guide.

Click here for marriage preparation couple questions.

Baptism

The assurance of God’s love, adoption, forgiveness of sins, call to new life, and hope of everlasting salvation is celebrated as a sacramental rite within the worship of the congregation

Click here for baptism simple steps.

Click here for baptism understanding.

Funeral

The church celebrates the end of a person’s life on earth and their continued life in God’s eternal paradise with a funeral or a later memorial service during which the promises of baptism are re-affirmed and our brother or sister in Christ is entrusted to God’s never ending care.

Click here for celebration of life preparation.

Click here for funeral planning guide.

Click here for funeral scripture and hymn list.