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Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church of Sugar Bush


Welcome to Grace Lutheran Church of Sugar Bush just north of New London, WI.  We invite you to worship our Lord Jesus Christ and grow with our family during our Sunday morning worship services, our special services, Sunday School, and various Bible Studies opportunities. May God bless you!

What's Going On at Grace?

Reformation Bible Study

What does it mean to be a Lutheran Christian? Martin Luther sparked the Reformation 500 years ago when he nailed his protest to the door of the Castle Church in 1517. That protest had one goal: bring the church back to the foundation of the Bible. To be a Lutheran Christian means to base our teaching and practice on the Bible alone. Our new video based study, Reformation: Grace, Faith, Scripture, presents 12 important biblical principles that are still important  to us and all Bible-believing Christians today. Join us this Sunday for Bible Study as we explore these important and enduring truths during our Family Bible Hour.

The "Cross"words of Your Faith

This year, the Lutheran Church celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. We celebrate our Lutheran heritage of salvation by grace alone through alone with the foundation of Scripture alone. At the heart of our Christian faith is the cross of Jesus. Beginning Our worship services this summer and fall will walk through portions of the book of Romans taking a closer look at our faith one "cross"word at a time. 


Our Doors are Open To All

John 10:9

I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved. They will come in and go out, and find pasture.

Join Us for Worship and Growth Together in God's Word

This Weekend's Theme:
Stand in Awe of God

Saturday 6:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 & 10:30 AM

Family Bible Hour (Sunday School & Bible Study) 9:15

Coffee and Bible (Thursdays at Familiar Grounds in New London) 9:00


Upcoming Events

October 22 - Christian Education/Catechism Sunday

October 29 - Martin Luther Hymn Festival Worship

November 5 - Reformation 500 Celebration Worship