- About Grace
Stewardship is everything we do after we say, “I believe.” Christian stewardship is grateful and responsible use of God’s gifts in the light of God’s purpose as revealed in Jesus Christ. Christian stewards, empowered by the Holy Spirit, commit themselves to conscious, purposeful decisions.
Grace Church embarks on a financial stewardship campaign each fall, where we honor and engage our members in the many ministries of our parish and make plans live out God’s vision. We consider stewardship to be a year-round ministry, as we show our gratitude by giving of our time, talent and treasure to our community through all we do at Grace.
Grace’s Archives Committee provides services that build, maintain, and provide access to Grace Church’s records to support the cultural and intellectual life of the faith community. This committee strives for comprehensive, equitable, and accessible documentation of our present, past and future through innovative partnerships and state-of-the-art approaches.
Contact Ron Jones for more information.
Creation Care Ministry
We live in times of great consequences and also of great opportunities. At Grace we want to become more aware of what we as a congregation and individuals can do to reduce our impact on God’s creation. Our Creation Care Ministry meets on the third Sunday of each month at church right after the 10 a.m. service (at approx. 11:30 a.m.) to share ideas, information and ways we can educate and inform members of the parish about the importance of sustainability.
For more information, contact Sabine McDowell or check out the ministry’s Sustainability Blog.
Contact Bill Cadwallader for information.
Contact Julie Grossman for information.
Memorial Gifts Committee
This new committee is being established to ensure proper stewardship of all memorial monies given to Grace Episcopal Church by working with the Rector, donors and/or families of persons memorialized; to use the monies given to the good of Grace and, whenever possible, as designated by the donors. Also, to ensure timely use of all memorial monies. Further, to keep a record of all memorial gifts and their disbursement.
Contact Dick Entenmann for information.