• FreeFrig Program - Empty shelves before the delivery of groceries from Living Grace
  • Free Frig Program - Filled up shelves with soups, etc. from Living Grace
  • Annual Fall Yard Sale, Saturday, 9 October
  • Yard Sale Volunteers
  • Yard Sale Volunteers
  • Merry Christmas at our Yard Sale
  • Welcome to Living Grace Lutheran Church
  • Inside the nave of Living Grace Lutheran Church
  • The Rev. David E. Hardy, D.D., Pastor of Living Grace Lutheran
  • Quilting Group meets at Living Grace
  • Quilting Group at Living Grace
  • Fellowship at Tucker Brewing Co., Tucker, GA
  • Fellowship at Tucker Brewing Co., Tuckr, GA
  • Fellowship at Tucker Brweing Co., Tucker, GA
  • God'w Work, Our Hands Sunday, 12 September - Pictures
  • Reformation Day, 31 October - Martin Luther's Rose - Martin and Katie Luther visits Living Grace, 30 October






21 NOVEMBER 2021

Even after Israel had experienced the vagaries of kings, the people still longed for a true king to set things right.  He would have the king’s title of Anointed One (Messiah); he would be the “one like a human being” (Son of Man) given dominion in Daniel’s vision.  Jesus is given these titles, even though he is nothing like an earthly king.  His authority comes from the truth to which he bears witness, and those who recognize the truth voluntarily listen to him.  We look forward to the day he is given dominion, knowing his victory will be the nonviolent victory of love.

First Reading: Daniel 7:9-10, 13-14

To the community for whom this passage was written, it seemed as though the oppression they were experiencing would never end.  Daniel’s message is:  It shall end.  The Ancient One, who is judge, will call all nations to account and will give dominion to “one like a human being,” the Messiah.

Psalm: Psalm 93

Ever since the world began, your throne has been established. (Ps. 93:2)

Second Reading: Revelation 1:4b-8

The book of Revelation begins by celebrating the Almighty God, who spans all of time.  Similarly, Jesus is celebrated as the firstborn from the dead who rules over the world’s rulers.  He is the one whose return we eagerly await.

Gospel: John 18:33-37

In John’s gospel, the story of Jesus and Pilate presents two different ways of exercising power: through force or with love.

(from Sundays and Seasons, 2021, Year B, Guide to Worship Planning)



28 NOVEMBER 2021

Advent is about the “coming days.” God’s people have always lived in great expectation, but that expectation finds specific, repeated enunciation in the texts appointed for these four weeks.  The ancients anticipated a “righteous Branch to spring up for David.”  The Thessalonians awaited “the coming of our Lord Jesus with all the saints.”  Jesus’ contemporaries hoped for the time “to stand before the Son of Man.”  With them we eagerly await the coming days:  another Christmas celebration, a second coming, and the advent of Christ in word and supper.

First Reading: Jeremiah 33:14-16

In the Old Testament, “righteousness” often has to do with being faithful in relationship.  God acts righteously both in punishing Israel for its sin and in having mercy.  In today’s reading, Jerusalem’s future name—“The Lord is our righteousness”—proclaims that God is even now working salvation for Israel.

Second Reading: 1 Thessalonians 3:9-13

Upon Timothy’s report from the congregation at Thessalonica, Paul is exuberant with gratitude for them.  In this passage from his letter, Paul voices overflowing thanks, joy, and blessings for the people of this growing church.

Gospel: Luke 21:25-36

God will fulfill God’s purposes and, already, hidden signs of that fulfillment abound.  On that great day there will be dismay, perplexity, confusion, and terror, but God’s people shall be given strength to stand boldly and receive God’s promised redemption.

(from Sundays and Seasons, 2022, Year C, Guide to Worship Planning)

During the Sunday of Advent, in place of the Psalm, we will be lighting the Advent Wreath with song and a litany of each candle for that Sunday.



Contact Information

Living Grace Lutheran Church

1812 Cooledge Road
Tucker, Georgia 30084
Phone (678)406-9229

Regular Schedule

Office Hours

  • Tuesdays through Fridays

    10:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.

  • Regular Worship Service
    – 9:30 AM


  • Happy Thanksgiving to You and Your Families

  • Thanksgiving Eve Service

    Living Grace will be offering a Thanksgiving Eve Worship Service on Wednesday, 24 November, at 7:30 p.m.  We will be offering Holy Communion at the service.  All are welcome.

  • Live Streaming

    We continue to Live Stream our worship services on Sundays at 9:30 a.m.  We are also open for in-person as well.  If you cannot join us at 9:30 a.m., the services are archived up on the website later which you can watch at anytime.


    The website is being re-constructed manually, so it is taking a little longer than anticipated.  We hope to have everything installed really soon.  We are getting close.  You can see our worship services and download our bulletins and the October newsletter.

    Please be patient with us.

  • Quilting Group (Piecemakers)

    The Quilting Group are meeting every Thursday between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.  They make quilts for Lutheran World Relief to be sent to needy people in the global world.  If you know how to quilt, come join them.  If you don't know how to quilt, come join them anyway.  They will teach you.

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