108 West Somo Avenue, Tomahawk, WI,
church office: 715-453-4066 – dhetzel(at)gracetomahawk.org
Service Times at Grace Church
Saturdays at 5 PM and Sundays at 9:00 AM
Grace live streamed the 9 AM service on November 17, 2019.
To join us live please click on the following link:
Grace live streamed the 5 PM service
on Saturday, November 16, 2019.
To join us on YouTube please click on the following link:
To view past services at Grace, visit our “Church Services on YouTube” page
or go to our YouTube site here.
Sunday, November 17, 2019 at St. Mary’s Church
11:30 – 1:00 CHILI LUNCH
1:00 – 2:30 MARTY HAUGEN TALK
4:00 – MARTY HAUGEN CONCERT
St. Mary’s Catholic Church and Grace Lutheran Church jointly invite you to hear Marty Haugen in concert on November 17. There is no admission cost, a free will offering will be taken at the concert, and proceeds will benefit the Food Pantry. Mr. Haugen is a world renowned liturgical & hymn composer, workshop presenter, performing and recording artist, and author from Eagan, Minnesota. His well known works include the Holden Evening Prayer service, which we use during Lent, and the hymns, “All Are Welcome” and “Gather Us In.”
This concert is cosponsored by St. Mary’s & Grace Lutheran Churches.
Please come! All are welcome!
Please join us for a special “First Wednesday at Grace” event
Blessed to Be a Blessing
Wednesday, October 2, 2019 –
Meal at 5:30 pm, Program 6:30-8 pm
As Grace Lutheran moves into this time of Pastoral transition, we need to consider who we are, what is important, and how we can hear God’s voice in our hopes and dreams. We need your input and ideas.
Interim Pastor, Gary Brandenburg
You will have an opportunity to meet our Interim Pastor, Gary Brandenburg, and hear how he will lead Grace through this intentional “in between” time as we prepare to call a new pastor.
A meal will be provided at no cost. Our Church Council will help guide us through this interesting faith-filled evening.
Everyone is encouraged to come for:
Food + Fun + Fellowship + Faith Activities
There will be no 5:00 pm worship on Saturday, September 14, due to the Fall Ride (Harley) weekend. There will be a 9:00 am worship on Sunday that weekend.
Thank You Breakfast
September 8, 2019 at 10 AM
This is Pastor Ziemer’s last day with us.
Everyone is welcome to attend the Breakfast.
The Wilderness Trip participants will host a free “Thank You” Breakfast in the Fellowship Hall on Sunday, September 8 immediately following the 9:00 am service. In addition, a short program will be held during the breakfast, which will include a slide show and the youth will talk about their experiences.
Rally Sunday is also on September 8. Come to 9:00am worship and stay for the Rally Day celebration at 10:15 am. This will be a time of cross-generational fellowship and activities. All are welcome to attend the celebration.
August 25, 2019
The Grace Lutheran family and community will gather on Sunday, August 25 to say thank you to Pastor Mark & Claudia, and celebrate all that Pastor Mark’s ministry has brought to Grace Lutheran and our community. We will give thanks to God for bringing Pastor Mark and the Ziemer family to Grace.
The details are as follows:
11:30 am – Program in the Sanctuary
1:00 pm – Potluck in Fellowship Hall
Grace will provide the main dish. You are invited to bring a side dish to pass.
RSVPs for the meal will be required so that we can plan accordingly for this special gathering.
Reserve your seat today by signing up on the sheet in the Gathering Area or call the church at (715) 453-4066.
This is a Christian musical that has been done for 15+ years by Zion Lutheran Church in Aniwa. It has been well received and people from Wausau to Minocqua participate in the 30+ voice choir and as actors. In recent years it has been held in other places to reach more people.
This is the first time the event will be hosted in Tomahawk. Hosting This Christian musical tells the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection. The promotion will be a way of inviting all people to hear this story. The program will list the time of worship for Holy Week and Easter Sunday at Grace Lutheran Church (ELCA), St. Mary’s Catholic Church and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (LC-MS). This united effort will emphasize our congregations commonality in our faith in and proclamation of Jesus.