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welcome


 

LEARN  ⌖  LOVE  ⌖  LIVE

 

 

Services at 8am and 10am

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welcome


 

LEARN  ⌖  LOVE  ⌖  LIVE

 

 

Services at 8am and 10am

 

our mission:

to be A church community  where every member lives as a disciple of christ

We are a vibrant and multigenerational parish church, filled with many young adults, and families with youth and children. We stand at the historic center of the Anglican and broader Catholic tradition. At Grace you will find liturgy that lifts the spirit, sacraments that feed the soul, and preaching that stretches the mind. We look forward to welcoming you.

 
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we are committed to renewing the Church, starting with ourselves


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we are committed to renewing the Church, starting with ourselves


Learn The Faith

Being a baptized Christian involves a lifelong journey of formation, as we seek to grow into the full stature of Christ. Through discipleship formation and spiritual growth, we prayerfully deepen our knowledge of God, and of God's redemptive mission to his fallen creation. Our life is centered in the incarnation and resurrection of Jesus, present through God's gift of the Holy Spirit. 

LoVe The Lord

Our worship together is at the heart of our common life and activities. We value good liturgy and music of high quality, both of which provide a compelling context for our encounter with the sustaining Word of God and the Sacraments of the Church. We are intentional about continuing in the apostles' teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of the bread, and in common prayer.

Live THE Faith

We embrace our call to proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ, and to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbors as ourselves. Through our mission-related activities of evangelism and service, we strive for justice and peace among all people, and seek to respect the dignity of every human being.

The Joy of Redemption, altar painting by Carl Zimmerman, commissioned in 1958.