Grace Lutheran Church

★★★★★
  • 205 S Garner St

    State College, PA 16801

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  • 814-238-2478

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Sun 8am-12pm, Mon-Thu 8am-3pm, Fri 8am-12:30pm

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We attended Grace Lutheran Church when my husband was in college. We went to the red brick church on the corner where Arby's is now located. They built the new church & it was dedicated on May 23, 1965. My husband graduated & we moved to WV where he started working for The Foxboro Co. I hated to leave the church & we were finally back & visited on September 23, 2009 ---44 years later.

It was a Wednesday that we were there & we were fortunate to speak with June Miller, the organist, and she was so nice & told us many things about the church & gave us several directories. I was able to locate A Worshiper's Guide when the building was dedicated that I had saved all those years & I had it at home.

It was such a joy to be there again, even if it was only for a short time and we were not able to attend a service.

You are so lucky to have such a beautiful building that is composed of wonderful people that work & worship there.

We are now members of First Lutheran Church in West Barnstable, MA & live in Mashpee, MA.

We had 3 children when my husband graduated---the oldest 6 & the youngest 3. We now have 3 married children & 8 grandchildren.

Time marches on.

God's Speed with your Ministry & God Bless

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We attended Grace Lutheran Church when my husband was in college. We went to the red brick church on the corner where Arby's is now located. They built the new church & it was dedicated on May 23, 1965. My husband graduated & we moved to WV where he started working for The Foxboro Co. I hated to leave the church & we were finally back & visited on September 23, 2009 ---44 years later.

It was a Wednesday that we were there & we were fortunate to speak with June Miller, the organist, and she was so nice & told us many things about the church & gave us several directories. I was able to locate A Worshiper's Guide when the building was dedicated that I had saved all those years & I had it at home.

It was such a joy to be there again, even if it was only for a short time and we were not able to attend a service.

You are so lucky to have such a beautiful building that is composed of wonderful people that work & worship there.

We are now members of First Lutheran Church in West Barnstable, MA & live in Mashpee, MA.

We had 3 children when my husband graduated---the oldest 6 & the youngest 3. We now have 3 married children & 8 grandchildren.

Time marches on.

God's Speed with your Ministry & God Bless

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My introduction to this school came when I was seeking 4-7 year old children to participate in a research study I was conducting for graduate school. The school is located in its own moden facility next to Grace Lutheran Church (irreverently refered to as "the dorito church" by some of my undergrad helpers) in downtown State College. The director of the school was very aimiable and open to having people visit the school and check out their programs. They offer part-time and full-time educational programs as well as parttime programs for younger children. They also offer tuition assistance for those with economic need. The buildings/classrooms were bright and well appointed. The staff was kind and experienced and the children were eager and well behaved.

The curriculum at this school is class oriented, with children engaging in classbased activities (as opposed to each child doing their own thing , like montessori). I'd imagine a school like this prepares children well for a transition to a traditional post-primary school.

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My introduction to this school came when I was seeking 4-7 year old children to participate in a research study I was conducting for graduate school. The school is located in its own moden facility next to Grace Lutheran Church (irreverently refered to as "the dorito church" by some of my undergrad helpers) in downtown State College. The director of the school was very aimiable and open to having people visit the school and check out their programs. They offer part-time and full-time educational programs as well as parttime programs for younger children. They also offer tuition assistance for those with economic need. The buildings/classrooms were bright and well appointed. The staff was kind and experienced and the children were eager and well behaved.

The curriculum at this school is class oriented, with children engaging in classbased activities (as opposed to each child doing their own thing , like montessori). I'd imagine a school like this prepares children well for a transition to a traditional post-primary school.

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