8303 Sheffield Ave
(Hart Street in Dyer, south of 81st)
Dyer, Indiana 46311
Church Office Hours:
Thursdays & Fridays
Pastor's Office Hours:
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays
EMAIL THE PASTOR
We are located
in the tri-town
Northwest Indiana parish of Dyer, Schererville and St. John.
COVID-19 PANDEMIC UPDATE:
at Grace will resume Sunday &
Monday, May 10 & 11, 2020.
The CDC (Centers
for Disease Control & Prevention)
people in the following categories not attend at this
time: anyone 65 or older, or with a weakened immune
system, or with a severe underlying medical condition
(such as cancer, diabetes, asthma or other chronic lung
disease, heart, kidney or liver disease).
As of May 24,
2020, a maximum of 100
will be allowed
in the sanctuary at one time.
Please call or text Pastor Dale at (317) 605-5536 to
make a reservation. Click
here to view a short video explaining this.
- Donations of
disinfecting supplies are welcome. Please continue
to wear masks if you have them, maintain a distance of
at least six feet between individuals or family units,
wash your hands frequently, use hand sanitizer, and
avoid touching your face.
- A copy of the Indiana
state guidelines is available upon request.
A church program that
provides maternity and
baby clothes, diapers, formula, bottles, etc.,
to our neighbors
HERE FOR PASTOR DALE'S SERMONS
Sunday Worship 9am
Sunday Bible Study 10:30am
Saturday Prayer Service 9am
CLICK HERE FOR FULL SCHEDULE
Grace Lutheran Church of Dyer, Indiana, is committed
to the pure preaching of Godís Word and the right
administration of the holy Sacraments, catechesis of all
people in the Christian faith, and liturgical worship
consistent with our Lutheran heritage. The congregation at
Grace is joined in the one, holy Christian church,
proclaiming Jesus Christ crucified, risen, and reigning for
the salvation of the world.
Grace is a member
The Lutheran ChurchĖMissouri Synod (LCMS).
It is one of seven Lutheran churches in
LCMS Indiana District 1st Circuit (the
of Lake County), which also includes
in Hammond, one in Munster, one in Highland,
one in Schererville, and one in Lowell.