Welcome to Grace Church!
Whether you are new to the Episcopal tradition or searching for a new church home, it can be an anxious time. Grace is here to help you through your journey. We offer you a welcoming place for your questions.
With programs for infants and toddlers through adults, spiritual formation is available for all ages.
What can you expect?
Each Sunday, the service begins at 10am. We offer childcare and children’s chapel during the service. Children then join their parents for the Eucharist.
Coffee hour after the service is a time of getting to know one another. Enjoy some snacks, and of course coffee! Afterwards, our Spiritual Formation hour engages our young ones, teens, and adults.
During the week, each Wednesday morning at 7:15am, people can gather to worship during Morning Prayer.
We welcome with you open arms. Please let us know if you have any questions or would like more information on the Grace Church family.
Becoming a Member
We recognize all persons who have been baptized as fellow members of the Body of Christ. We therefore welcome all baptized Christians, including infants and children, to participate in our services, and to receive communion.
If you have been baptized with water, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, we can welcome you into membership in Grace Church, as well as into membership in The Episcopal Church. This involves a simple process. Please provide us with a document attesting to your Baptism (a baptismal certificate; a letter from a pastor or from the church of your Baptism; or some other appropriate documentation of this important event in your life). Joining us at Grace Church, and in The Episcopal Church, is relatively easy. Joining Jesus in his mission tends to be more challenging!
If you would like to become a member of Grace Church, and join what our Presiding Bishop, Michael Curry, has called the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement, please speak with Fr. Stephen Holmgren, our Rector. Please also speak with him if you are interested in being baptized or confirmed.