Nave Early on
Sundays, a small community gathers for a
simple and quiet service of Holy Communion. As the week dawns, take time to be quiet and still, to pray and reflect, and to receive the gift of the Sacrament.
Church School Classrooms Children and youth in pre-K through high school are invited to learn about God's love in our weekly Sunday school classes.Classes meet every Sunday during the school year on the lower level of Grace Church. Classes begin at 9:30 a.m. Our program overlaps with our 10 a.m. worship service, with students joining families in time to share Holy Communion. Contact the Parish Office for more information.
The sacrament of Christ's body and blood is the principal act of our worship. The Holy Eucharist is celebrated at 9:30 each Tuesday in the nave. Anointing of the sick will be offered at the Eucharist on the first Tuesday of each month.
LaVielle Conference Room The Book Group gathers to read and discuss books in The LaVielle Room every Tuesday at 10 a.m. The group chooses from fiction, non-fiction and spiritual titles and enjoys discussing morals and religious themes in our modern world. The group is also very pastoral among its participants and regularly prays for the people of our parish.
The Holy Hope, Holy Land Pilgrimage, originally scheduled for December of 2021 has been rescheduled. Pilgrims will leave St. Louis late in the afternoon on Sunday, March 13 and will return on March 24. You are still able to join this pilgrimag...
John Adams has accepted the position of Outreach Chair. We thank John for prayerfully considering and taking this critical position. We look forward to working with John and his vision for this ministry. John has been a member of Grace Church ...
The 163 rd Annual Meeting of Grace Episcopal Church will be on January 30, 2022, at 9 a.m. in the nave. You may also participate via Zoom. The link will be provided in parish publications. The Annual Meeting is typically our only all-congreg...
The Rev. Virginia Bennett will begin a new Adult Forum series, Glittering Images, on Sunday, January 23. Susan Howatch’s Book “Glittering Images” is the first of a series of books written after writer Howatch’s conversion to Christianit...
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Grace Church is a place to come together to experience and share faith. We extend a warm and unconditional invitation to all. Whether you are seeking a weekly worship service, classes for your children, new and meaningful relationships, or ways to serve our community, we hope you will join us as we celebrate God's goodness and share His light in the world!
Christian Stewardship is how we show our gratitude for all the gifts God has given us. We are called to be intentional, responsible caretakers of those gifts. Giving back through actions, words and deeds is our way of saying, "Thank you!"
Grace Church established Perpetual Grace to recognize members and friends of our parish who have made a planned gift commitment to Grace Church in their will or estate plan.
You can become a Perpetual Grace member by informing us that you have included The Grace Legacy Fund in your estate plan. Just fill out the Perpetual Grace Declaration of Intent Form and return it to the church office to clarify your intentions.
Our Journey Continues… is a capital campaign designed to provide a permanence to the care of our buildings and grounds. The majority of the money raised by this campaign will add to our Legacy Fund for the care of our facilities in perpetuity.