Grace Episcopal Church invites everyone to worship with us. Worship is the heart of our church. Our Anglican liturgical tradition emphasizes common prayer (The Book of Common Prayer) and music (1982 Hymnal).
The word liturgy means the church’s public worship of God. The term is derived from the Greek words for “people” and “work.” The church’s public worship of God is the work of the Christian people.
All baptized Christians are welcome to receive communion in the Episcopal Church. If you do not
wish to receive communion, we encourage you to come to the altar rail
for a blessing.
Grace offers several opportunities for community worship each week:
Sunday In-Person Worship
- 10 a.m. – Holy Eucharist
- An 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist will be added August 29, 2021.
- Click Here for Our In-Person Gatherings Protocol
- 10 a.m. on Facebook Live or watch here
- 11:15 a.m. Join us for Coffee Hour
- Holy Eucharist: Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. The service includes a service of healing on the first Tuesday of each month.
Services for Sunday, July 25 will be available here at 10 a.m. Sunday, July 25
Worship in the Pandemic
It is impossible to believe that we are so many months into this pandemic and social distancing practice. When we decided to close our doors to the public in March, we transitioned to an online church. Most of us thought and hoped that it would for a short period of time only. We were wrong.
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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.
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The heritage of music in the Anglican tradition is one of our church’s greatest gifts to the missionary and spiritual life of the Christian faith. Since the Sixteenth Century, well-trained choirs of children and adults have led Prayer Book worship throughout the Anglican Communion, and so it is today. We continue to have a small choir even during the pandemic
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