Service Work


This is where you can see what is current and important news regarding what is happening at Grace Lutheran and within the community. Visit here often to see what you might be interested in participating in or just to stay aware.




Message from Pastor Cindy Wolf Regarding COVID-19 Update HERE




Prayer Requests:

  • Michael (Deepwood student) In hospital sick. May God’s power fill medical caregivers & comfort his family.
  • Jack Reinshuttle (Christina M’s grandpa)Lung mass. May God walk with Christina & her family as they receive this news.
  • Pat Condon (Cheryl M’s mom) Receiving radiation. May God be her strength bringing unchanging love to surround her.
  • Bob Eskridge Sr. (Bob E’s Dad) Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Prayers God will make a way forward for his family.
  • Bridget Thien-Recovering from surgery. May God strengthen & renew her to health.
  • Marty Heany (Sue M friend)Marty has had brain surgery; radiation & chemo. May Marty, his family and Sue be held by God’s strong love.
  • Colleen Railsback (friend of Sandy S.) -Receiving chemo & radiation. May Colleen’s faith continue to be her strength.
  • Dr. Diane Fourie (Cynthia S’s former boss) Breast cancer treatment. May God’s wisdom direct the medical decisions and God’s love surround her.
  • Glenda Shed (Sandy Seifert’s sister) fractured vertebra from car accident. May God’s healing hand relieve her of pain and comfort her during her recovery.

Our Military Members

  • Ciera Greene-Navy PO 1st class-stationed in San Diego, CA
  • Paul Wooton, LCpl USMC (Caylin Campbell’s husband)-stationed in SC
  • Tim Sikorski, Army Lt. Colonel, stationed in Germany.
  • Adah & Joe Gallinatti (lifelong friend of Kathy T & Cindy S),  stationed in Clovis, NM
  • Brett Ambroson (Cheryl McVay’s nephew)-Doctor, Special Forces, Naval Air stationed in Key W est.
  • Michael Campbell-Hazmat training in OK.

Attention! Attention!

GRATEFUL Book Groups

Two groups have been formed to discuss the Lenten book, Grateful. The Thursday group begins this week, March 19 at 7p in the TEC. The Tuesday group will begin March 31st.


Please designate your offering to “Lenten Offering”. All Wednesday service offerings will be automatically designated.


A Ministry of the ELCA to Accompany Migrant Minors with Protection, Advocacy, Representation and Opportunities (AMMPARO) is strengthened by the ELCA Central American ministries and partners.


For 80 years LIRS has served, protected, embraced migrants and refugees. LIRS stands with and advocates for migrants and refugees, transforming communities through ministries of service and justice.

In March we will be collecting cereal for the Round Rock Area Serving Center

You can drop off donations at the church office or bring them to worship service.  We bless the donations every 4th week of the month before taking them to the serving center for distribution.

Welcome to Grace Cheryl Rogers! 



Friends of Grace has a balance of $73.17

New Statements Available

It has been brought to our attention that the end of year statements  we distributed are probably incomplete. The missing entries would be  related to contributions to special causes like the Border Ministry. 

Offering Envelopes

Thank you for your faithful giving.  As you know, we no longer distribute offering envelopes. Some of us are still using leftover offering envelopes, which is fine. However, please be sure your name is also on the envelope. If you use regular blank envelopes, please put your name and not your previous number on the envelope.

Our offering record keeping no longer uses envelope numbers. 

Thank you for helping this procedure to run more smoothly for Jim Czenkusch, our Financial Secretary.

Souper Bowl of Caring Update:

Thank you to our Grace youth and children for joining young people across America in helping fight hunger. Thank you to everyone who donated soup and dollars. We collected $55 for the San Francisco 49ers and $111 for the Kansas City Chiefs for a total of $166 plus 18 cans of soup for the Round Rock Serving Center. Thank you!!!

Installation of 2020 Council during worship-January 12, 2020

We will be installing the 2020 church council members during the worship service.

Grace’s 40th Anniversary – December 8, 2019
Video footage links:

Anniversary Video (7:58):

Ralph Remmert Interview (8:45): 

Robert and Bonnie Kaderka Interview (3:09):

Milton and Joyce Koch Interview (2:28):

Vicki Wall Interview (1:38):

Shannon Crippen Interview (10:27):

Grace Welcomes New Worship Accompanist – Ronald Acebuche

Ronald Acebuche (Ah-say-boo-chey) began accompanying Grace worship and choir on August 18. He is very talented and enthusiastic with extensive experience in teaching music and playing the piano.

He and his wife moved to Central Texas from McAllen. He taught music in school, as a private instructor and as an accompanist at Our Savior Lutheran Church in McAllen.

Ronald’s references spoke of his positive influence wherever he participated. Everyone said they enjoyed being around Ronald.

Grace is blessed to have Ronald share his talent and faith with us.

Welcome him at our worship services at 10:30 AM every Sunday.

Grace Welcomes Adam Reemts As Our New Music Minister

Grace welcomes Adam Reemts to lead the music ministry. He will lead the choir and chimes using his gifts of music and joy. We are grateful for his teaching and organizing skills that will bring blessings to the ministry. Adam with his wife Charlotte and children Ella and Vanessa are members of Grace. He has led the congregation as President and is currently on the Missional River Team. God Bless Adam’s ministry.


Defining Grace’s Mission: “The Missional River”

4-5 members are needed to participate in this yearlong Synod program. This Grace team will join our neighbor ELCA congregations for seminars and coaching that lead change and create a strategic plan for next 2-3 years.

Contact Adam Reemts ( or Pastor (

New Members Welcome

Are you interested in joining the Grace mission of sharing God’s love

? A new member reception will be scheduled very soon. Please contact Pastor Cindy at to join in!

Help! Short on Help!

We need more people to sign up to make Sunday mornings happen at Grace. The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board, if you have trained to serve, please sign up! If you are interested in serving, please speak with Pastor Cindy about training, we need more people to help!

Grace Lutheran Church on Facebook

Have you checked our Facebook pages recently? Go to, Click on “f “ above the “Home” button at the top of the page for a direct link to our Facebook account.

One of the outreach ideas that we have had in the Evangelism committee is the use of Facebook. It is 2018 after all and social media is extremely popular. I have a Facebook account and am “friends” with quite a few members of the congregation and there is probably quite a few more that I’m not connected to as of yet.

More importantly, think of the vast number of people we can reach by totaling up the connections of everyone in our congregation. Even I have around 250 friends on my list and no, I didn’t have to pay them. Also, it’s free! If we would “check-In” for church or any church related events or “share” the events the Grace page posts, we could reach hundreds of people.

In one of my Outreach readings this month, they stated that social media and texting is the best way to attract younger people. My goal is to help grow our church and I’m welcoming of any and all suggestions.