Seeking to serve because we were served

Love one another & worship the Lord with all your heart.

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July 25, 2021

Grace Lutheran Church Welcomes You


“Love one another & worship the Lord”

Ephesians 4:2-6

We are a church and community of people in Red Lion and the York Area, loving each other and our Lord, Jesus Christ. Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep this holy unity.

Food Pantry

Giving back to the community as Jesus gave to us. Living in the Red Lion School District area and need food? Call 717-244-5987, and select Extension 4, M-F between 9 am - 4 pm.

Grace Lutheran Red Lion

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Grace Lutheran Church is a congregation in the Lower Susquehanna Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

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Courtney Erzkus Grace Lutheran Red Lion

Rev. Dr. Dan Yeiser

Interim Pastor
Amy Fleming-Steinke Grace Lutheran Red Lion

Amy Fleming-Steinke

Music Director/Organist/
Council Member
Courtney Erzkus Grace Lutheran Red Lion

Dr. Mary Loyer

Music Director
Teryl Cartwright Grace Lutheran Red Lion

Teryl Cartwright

Church Secretary
Courtney Erzkus Grace Lutheran Red Lion

Scott Hildebrand

President of Church Council
Courtney Erzkus Grace Lutheran Red Lion

Joe Turek

Vice President

Suzane Yendall


Riley Bowles

Other Members of the council

Veronica Carter

Council Member

Mark Einsig

Council Member

Tom Kerr

Council Member

Megan Knaub

Council Member

Brian Shaffer

Council Member

Deb Warntz

Council Member

Suzane Yendall

Council Member

“We hereby covenant and engage ... to give up ourselves unto the Lord ... to unite together into one body for the public worship of God, looking for that blessed hope and the glorious appearing of ... our Savior Jesus ...”


Our Important Values


As a body of believers, we uphold the centrality and exclusivity of the gospel. We believe that Jesus Christ, who is God incarnate, is the only way of salvation and that the Bible is the inspired and inerrant scripture Word of God.


We believe Christ has vested the authority of his church in the members of the local congregation, especially as they are called to serve the community.

Our goals are to: live our daily lives in the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ and joyfully follow Him.


Over 16 ministries are currently represented at our church. The Ministry promotes the diverse and cosmopolitan character of our church, in order that we might increasingly become a house of prayer for all who seek Him.


Fairmont Park circa 1895

Original cornerstone


Where it started

Grace Lutheran Church started in 1894 with a worship service in Fairmont Park


Decision To Build A Church

Grace Lutheran Church was built on Charles Street in 1895 with land donated by one of its sixteen charter members

Grace Lutheran Church, 1895

Jack Warntz and Miles Jones preparing food for distribution to those in need. 

Floyd Meisenhelter (seated in the back) started Grace's Food Pantry for the community in 1983 


Food Pantry

Started the food pantry to serve our local community


100th Anniversary

As part of the 100th Anniversary celebration in 1994, the congregation marched from the church to Fairmont Park for a worship service.

The march of victory

Live streams will be shown during service hours.

Live streams will be shown during service hours.

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Come and See Grace and Praise God

Let's celebrate new life by coming together in worship, thanking God for his grace and love.

We are excited to welcome you to our two in-person services!

Can't come yet? Please worship online with us live on Facebook Sundays:

9 AM Contemporary Service

10:45 AM Traditional Service