“So when they had come together, they asked him, “Lord, will you at this time restore the kingdom to Israel?” He said to them,

“It is not for you to know times or seasons that the Father has fixed by his own authority. But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”

“and when he said these things, as they were looking on, he was lifted up, and a cloud took him out of their sight.” – Acts 1:6-9

our “Jerusalem”

Grace Lutheran Church & School is just that, it’s a church and a school. This is our home and our family. This is where we commit our greatest time and effort in order to take care of the needs of the church. To Proclaim the grace of God to all his children, to Connect our different members into the single body of Christ, and to Grow not just our little ones into the fullness of faith, but to increase the knowledge of our big ones who have graduated from milk and are learning how to chew.

We are also in fellowship with, and continually pray for our sister churches here in the Salt Lake City metro area. Including:

Christ Lutheran Church in Murray
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Riverton
Redeemer Lutheran Church in Salt Lake City
Saint John’s Lutheran Church in Salt Lake City
Cross of Christ Lutheran Church in Bountiful
First Lutheran Church in Tooele

our “Judea and Samaria”

Praise be to God that our congregation in Spanish Fork is growing! We currently meet with our Spanish Fork family on Sunday evenings and are looking to grow. Not just with new friends, but also with a new space. We welcome you to join us if you live in the Provo metro area and are looking for a place to join a passionate community of faithful people. Proclaiming, Connecting, and Growing.

We are also in fellowship with, and continually pray for our sister churches here in the State of Utah. Including:

to the end of the earth

Grace Lutheran Church & School has been blessed to assist

Our sister school Grace Lutheran Church and School in Bouyaha, Haiti

The church in Nassau, The Bahamas and the All Saints Camp


Reverend Micah Wildauer as he and his family serves the Lord as a missionary family in Belmopan, Belize.

Our sister school, Grace Lutheran Church and School in Bouyaha, Haiti. Is in a small rural village. This community did not have a school for the kids, so since 2015 we have been blessed with the opportunity to raise money to build a school and get it going. Many of our loving members have traveled to Bouyaha to provide teachings to the local pastor and teachers with bible studies, children’s Vacation Bible School.

Recently we have sent a shipping container full of supplies like laptops, soccer balls, educational supplies, and gardening tools, and started to establish a school lunch program.

Grace Lutheran Church and School in Bouyaha is a one room building with a partition for classrooms during the day and an alter in the front of the front for church services. First opened in October 2018, the school supported 60 kids. Only two years later the school is up to 100, with students 5 to 12 years old.

Sharing God’s grace with our brothers and sisters across the world is for the glory of God, both there and here, as we teach our own students about how small the world actually is and how the love of God extends to the end of the earth.

Rev. Micah and Robin Wildauer serve the Lord as a missionary family through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) in Belize, based in the capital city of Belmopan. Micah serves as a church planter throughout the country, working alongside a team of fellow missionaries and Belizean church leaders.

He shares the Gospel as he plants new churches and supports works of mercy based on Word and Sacrament ministry. He travels to preaching stations, catechizes the faithfully gathered through the Divine Service and Bible study, and reaches out to the lost. Through these efforts, self-sustaining congregations and a future church body will be formed. Micah also helps train men in the early stages of their pastoral formation, connecting them to Seminario Concordia el Reformador, the regional seminary located in the Dominican Republic.

Prior to serving in Belize, the Wildauer family served in Dapaong, Togo. From 2015—20, Micah was a theological educator at Le Centre Luthérien d’Etudes Théologiques and helped with the formation of pastoral candidates from ten francophone partner church bodies.

Pray for Rev. Micah and Robin as they serve in Belize. Pray for the effective proclamation of the Gospel and the administration of the Sacraments among the Belizean people. Ask for the fruitful formation of congregations and the raising up of men to serve as pastors. Pray for the missionary team to work together in the wisdom of the Holy Spirit for the salvation of souls. Pray for a peaceful transition from the African field and for the Spanish language acquisition for all family members. Ask for the peace of the Lord to be upon the extended family who remains in the United States. Let us give thanks for the work the Wildauers are doing in this part of the world.