- Stations of the Cross: A 14-step devotional that takes us through Good Friday, the last day of Jesus' life. We make a meditative and prayerful pilgrimage through our worship space. At each icon on the wall, we stop for reflection and prayer for each step of Jesus' journey to the cross, his death, and burial.
- Meditation This year, Episcopal Relief and Development has made the annual Lenten Meditation Guide available online. That makes it easy to access the daily devotionals. Establish a set time during Lent to read and then sit in silence (or prayer).
- Centering Prayer or sitting in silence with a holy word to quiet the mind
- Walking daily with breathing prayers
- The Holy Eucharist is available each Sunday at 10 a.m. All in-person services are socially distanced and masked.
- Sunday Worship is also available live at 10 a.m. on our Facebook page at 10 and our website. Virtual services are available on our website all week.
- Morning Prayer is offered through ZOOM each Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.
- Legacy Giving: A gift to the Grace Legacy fund supports the mission and ministries in perpetuity. Learn how you can include Grace in your estate plan.
- Annual Pledge: Make a payment towards your yearly pledge. If you have not done so already, it is never too late to pledge.
- Easter Offering: Our Easter Offering Donation to the Easter Offering supports The American Friends of the Diocese of Jerusalem.
- The Gospel of Matthew: Join Mother Ginny each Thursday at 1 p.m. for discussions of The Gospel of Mark, often called "The Passion narrative with an extended introduction."
- Each Other's Keeper: The Church's Response to Violence Tuesdays, beginning February 16 at 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. To preview the curriculum, go to EachOthersKeeper.org.
- Gift of time to a worthy charity or cause
- Write cards to someone who may be lonely
- Write or call an old friend who you have not heard from in a while
- Make a daily phone call to someone lonely
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