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Because Jesus is the Son of God, his perfect life and sacrificial death count for all humanity. These truths are revealed in the Bible and summarized in our belief statements.

Don’t forget to check out our resources page as well.  The online tools there help explain more about what we believe.

School & Preschool

Our Lutheran Elementary School is a private K-8 Christian elementary school that has been a ministry of our congregation in Glendale, AZ, since the 1920s. The academics are challenging. The teachers are nurturing. The classes are small. The lessons learned are for a lifetime!

Our Preschool was started in 2008 for 3 and 4 year olds, who get to hear God’s word daily, and have great fun learning and mastering new skills while playing with their classmates!

Build friendships with other Christians while learning more about the Bible and growing closer to God.  Our various weekly bible studies give you the opportunity to continuously increase your understanding of God’s Word.

Looking for a good starting point?  Our Super Saturday classes might be just the thing you’re looking for.  Learn about the foundations of our faith in this four-part Bible study that takes place twice a year.

Latest News

His Final Steps

Join us for our special midweek series, “His Final Steps”, as we remember Jesus’ steps toward the cross and his resurrection. Midweek Lenten services are held every Wednesday at 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM. Between them, a dinner is served in our Fellowship Hall… from 5:00 PM til 6:30 PM. Also, we are once again participating in a rotation of guest pastors from other WELS churches in the valley. Please join us. You are always welcome here!

Universal ESA is now available!

Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESA) are now available to all K-8 students (Universal). To learn more about ESA or to apply, visit the Arizona Department of Education ESA Website or contact our school office for assistance.

Sunday School Update!

Sunday School is in full swing at Grace! Every Sunday at 9:30 am, children ages 2 and up through 8th grade can attend… the same time as our Adult Bible Classes every Sunday!

Ages 2+ through 4th Grade meet in our sanctuary for worship songs followed by Bible instruction by grade level.

  • 9:30 am – 9:45 am
    • Children’s Worship songs in Sanctuary
  • 9:45 am to 10:15 am
    • Age 2+/PreK/Kinder – Preschool Room
    • Grades 1&2 – Room 2
    • Grades 3&4 – Room 6

Grades 5th through 8th will go to the assigned room by grade level for Bible instruction.

  • 9:30 am to 10:15 am
    • Grades 5&6 – Room 7
    • Grades 7&8 – Room 8

Hymnal Introduction Sundays

Join us on January 16th and 23rd for a very special introduction to our upcoming new hymnal, Christian Worship 2021, and it’s accompanying Psalter. We will be transitioning to this new hymnal later this year, but it’s so much more than just a hymnal! Learn about the devotional aspects of the new hymnal and how it can be a resource for your family at home! The introduction will take place during our normal Sunday morning Bible Class times… at 9:30am… but will be held in the sanctuary, not the fellowship hall. Be sure to order your own copy of the hymnal and psalter for use at home before the 16th, and bring it with you to church those Sundays!

Preschool Now Enrolling!

Did you know our preschool recently expanded its staff and its facilities! We now have room for about 20 more preschoolers thanks to our expanded classrooms! Registration is open! For more details, visit the Preschool section of our website!

A New Hymnal is Coming!

Did you know our current hymnal has been in use since 1993? Our synod embarks on a planned replacement of our hymnal every 30 years, and the next edition is right around the corner! Christian Worship 2021 and a new Psalter will soon be in use at Grace. It’s also now available for pre-order from our synod’s publishing company, Northwestern Publishing House. We strongly encourage all members to purchase a copy of the new hymn and the new psalter for themselves for use at home.

To learn more about the new hymnal’s introduction, visit

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