Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals
We offer Baptism on significant Sundays in the Church’s calendar year. The list at right includes those dates for the upcoming program year, 2021. Baptism is also offered when the Bishop visits Grace Church
The Sacrament of Holy Matrimony is offered to members of the parish in good standing and members of their immediate family. Lent is not a suitable season.
Download a copy of our Grace Church Guidelines for Weddings.
Funeral Services are offered to members of the parish and members of their immediate family.
The Grace Church Columbarium has been established, through the generous gift of Mrs. Richard Howe and others, to provide a Christian place for the interment of members of the parish and their immediate families who have been cremated.
Please contact The Rev. Todd McDowell to arrange for baptism, marriage or to report a death or hospitalization.
Grace Church welcomes all persons desiring Baptism to receive the sacrament here at Grace. We are excited to welcome the newly baptized and their family into our community and the Body of Christ! Baptism is a communal event where the community of faith welcomes and promises to support the newly baptized.
We offer Baptism on significant Sundays in the Church’s calendar year. …Read More »
In Christian marriage, partners enter into a life-long union, make their vows before God and their Christian community, and receive the grace and blessing of God to help them fulfill their vows. At Grace, we take marriage seriously and understand that loving and committed relationships are a gift from God. The Sacrament of Holy Matrimony is offered to members of the parish i…Read More »
The occasion of a funeral or memorial service provides an opportunity for friends and family to gather and give thanks for a life and commend their loved one to the eternal love of God. One of the most moving services of the church is the Burial of the Dead (found in The Book of Common Prayer, p. 491–505). At a funeral service, the body or cremated remains are present; a me…Read More »