Grace Lutheran Church is a caring community of disciples, proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ.

“Let’s Eat” Program

The council has voted to do the “Let’s Eat Program”. Our church will be the location and the meals will occur on the second Sunday of the month, starting with Sunday, April 9. The menu will be spaghetti, salad, rice pudding, and beverages. This menu may vary in the future. All from the community are invited and there is no fee for this meal.

The South Range Apostolic Lutheran Church, the Methodist Church in Painesdale, Our Saviour’s in Atlantic Mine, and Grace will be doing this as a joint effort, but we will be looking for sponsors ($200 plus workers) each month. We are also included in a grant through the Portage Health Foundation.

There will be opportunities for you to volunteer as we need a total of ten workers from churches and sponsors each month to cut up veggies, set up, do the dishes, clean up and to greet and register people.

We are very excited to be included in this great program. Cassel, Ontonagon, Baraga, and Hancock have been doing this for a while, and they have had great results and the number of people they serve continues to grow.

If you have questions, please contact Katie Bridgers or any of the council members.

Gentle Exercise

Prepare for an active summer by participating in a gentle exercise program for seniors on Monday and Thursday mornings at ten a.m. at Grace Lutheran. This four week session will start April 17. Posture, breathing, flexibility, strength, and balance will be the focus. Participants may do the exercises in sitting or supported standing. Enrollment will be limited to twelve people to allow instructors to provide one on one guidance during a forty-five minute session.

Finlandia University Instructors: Hilary Sproule, PT and Julia Daavettila, Student PTA


There is always room in God’s family for you.

Many people think family only applies when we are related by blood. Here at Grace Lutheran Church of South Range, we are related by blood; the blood of Jesus, who lived and loved, suffered and died, and rose again so we would be reconciled to God. As beloved children of God, we are all related.

Grace Lutheran Church is a caring community of disciples, proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ.

All Are Welcome!