That Grace May Abound (Flute Part)

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Four identical services are held each weekend at , , and a. You will find the worship focus for the coming Sunday at Worship This Week.

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Worship at Grace is liturgical worship; that is, it follows a pattern of worship - the liturgy - used in the Christian Church for almost 2, years. Sermons, readings from the Bible, hymns, and prayers focus on the words and works of Jesus as they are arranged in the Christian Church Year. This means that we observe seasons such as Advent, Epiphany, Lent, and Easter You may find a summary of the Christian Church Year on pages in the front of our hymnal.

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The Christian liturgy appears in a number of formats, and Grace worship uses a different format each Sunday. Some of our services are more traditional in character and feature the congregation's outstanding pipe organ and fine choirs. An alternative service, led by piano, guitars, and smaller vocal groups, is scheduled on the first Sunday of each month.

All the services are printed in service folders so worshipers can follow along easily. If you arrive late, ushers will assist you in finding a seat - and it won't be in the front pew! We offer a staffed nursery for those whose children may not be ready for the quiet of worship and places where parents can quiet children who need some time out.

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What to wear is not an issue at Grace; we welcome those who dress more formally and those who prefer casual clothing. Grace Friends are available after each service to answer questions about Grace Church. Many services at Grace include Holy Communion. We believe that gathering together at God's altar to receive Holy Communion is a testimony of the confession and commitment we share as members of the Lutheran Church.

We ask guests who are not members of our denomination to speak with one of the pastors before joining us at the altar so that all may have a clear understanding of our faith and practice. Grace has a long tradition of excellent music. Worship is enhanced by our fine Schlicker pipe organ, a Yamaha U-1 upright grand piano in the balcony, and a Steinway grand piano in the nave.

Four standing choirs add choral music on Sundays, and several trained vocal ensembles lead singing in the alternative services.

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On any given Sunday, worshipers may hear music by brass, woodwind, or string instruments provided by talented members and area musicians who look forward to playing at Grace. James Tiefel serves on a part-time basis as Minister of Music at Grace. He is a member of the faculty at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon, the Wisconsin Synod's pastoral trainging school. Direct all questions about worship and music at Grace to Prof.

Tiefel at or tiefelj wls. Information about the various Grace Choirs follows. Choir rehearsals are held in the Choir Room located in the church basement. Click the "Grace Choirs" heading below for more information about the choirs of Grace. The Grace Choir is the primary choral group at our church and participants in about half the Sunday services and on church festivals such as Christmas and Easter. About 35 men and women are active in this ensemble; some are retires, some are college students, and the rest are somewhere in between. Most of the singers have choir experience and can read notes.

Rehearsals are held in the choir room in the church basement; parking is available in the small lot between the church and the Grace Center. Because of the size of the group, individual singers are able to miss rehearsals or singing dates occasionally without harming the choir's efforts. James Tiefel directs the Grace Choir. Your pastor would probably love to hear your input.

Before you consider departing, go see him and articulate your concerns. Talk about repetition. And his music has survived for centuries! Frankly I do not like singing as an act of worship. I suck at singing. I would rather worship in other ways. As it has probably been stated I most enjoy the expositing of the Biblical Texts and the application and conviction of the Holy Spirit.

I really wish talented folks who writes these articles would spend more time doing productive things within the body… sheesh. So many comments are focused on music. Music is NOT worship. Music is part of worship, but it is only a small part. Further more, it appears that many are focused on worship as some part of the Sunday experience inside a building. Worship is much bigger and should be part of our daily lives. I encourage those of you who are pastors to refocus your Sunday services and teach your flock about worship, what it really means, what each person can do to worship even when no one else is around, etc.

I was fortunately raised in churches that included a broad variety of music, music styles, with participation of many, and all ages. Church was a great place to let kids perform in public and develop their God given talents. What a great way to worship God. We sing pathetic droning song after non-musically inspired song, that go on for ever — as people go into a trance like state. And of course, these drone zones are often at churches that bought into the fad of changing your church name to supposedly a more relevant name.

And often these churches have bought into other not so great fads. Thankfully, we were exposed to everything from opera singers, to barbershop quartets, to folk type music, classical, various contemporary styles and etc, at church. I have found something quite interesting in the past few years.

I play in a brass group and perform in many different churches including many denominations. I was a former worship leader…a long time ago and boy, have things changed! Worship is now performance or entertainment based and only the worship team- who practice the new songs- really get to know the songs. Songs used to be direct quotes from scripture so it was a win-win situation. You sung scripture and it got inside of you where you remembered it easier than trying to memorize words..

That is a huge joy killer for many.

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Why stand if you can lounge and groove? I think the churches today do not offer the freedom to have a song from here or there in the congregation. Years ago it was led more by the Holy Spirit and with far more reverence. That too sadly is missing. I see the benefit of simple melodies with scripture in the worship services. At our church, everyone is in the worship service, from baby to senior. Honestly I could not disagree with you more.. Do you not think that it was different back when your parents and their parents were younger?

To think it was the same is pretty absurd. It is to come in and surrender your heart to God through praise and song.

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Cameronsmusic hotmail. Cameron, you would be surprised how many young people like the traditional old hymns.

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