Come join us live for our Sunday worship each week at 10:00 AM.
We will use this link for any worship service we livestream, including funerals/memorial services and weddings.
To see a recording of our worship services, click on the “Recorded Services” Tab
You can click on our Worship Information tab for more information and instructions. We record our services each week and post them (except our Youth-led services). To view them, just click on the “Recorded Services”, then click on the link for the desired service.
Each week from 9:00 am – 9:45 am (during FUN Faith!), parents are invited to gather for conversation, fellowship, and mutual support. Once each month, we will provide a presentation of interest to all parents of children of any age. These will also be available via Zoom. To attend, please click the link below.
40 Developmental Assets
In 1990, Search Institute launched the Developmental Assets® Framework, which describes 40 assets (20 internal and 20 external) that correlate with positive youth outcomes. From 1990 to the present, more than 6 million youth have been surveyed based on the Developmental Assets, including youth in 33 countries. Long-term and broad studies have shown that the more of the assets a youth possesses, the greater the likelihood of positive, healthy adolescence. Conversely, the fewer of these assets’ children possess, the greater the likelihood for problems like: teen pregnancy, drug or alcohol use, dangerous personal associations, internet abuse and suicide. In 1995, Pr. Kelly was trained in Search Institute’s Developmental Asset Framework. Pr. Kelly will inform parents on how to develop and enhance these assets in their children.
We hope to see you soon!
Thank you for visiting the Grace Lutheran Church website! Grace Lutheran Church of Phillipsburg welcomes you into the fellowship of believers experiencing God’s loving presence, as well as all those who seek the same.
We also invite you to walk with us as we each try to deepen our trust in God. We do this daily. Some days we are more successful than others. But we try to remember the advice Jesus gave. After calling wildflowers to mind, Jesus invites us to consider that if God is willing to provide for the wildflowers, how much more is God willing to do for us?
It’s really pretty simple. It just isn’t easy.