"Peace be unto you." These words are in bas-relief above the doorway that leads into our worship space and welcome both visitor and member into our sanctuary to pray, sing and worship. All those who seek the Lord are most welcome to join us in worship and all baptized Christians, regardless of denomination, are invited to God's table for the Holy Eucharist.
Regular Worship Services
8am Holy Eucharist
10am Holy Eucharist
During the school year, we offer a variety of Christian educational offerings for persons of all ages every Sunday morning during and after the 10am service.
Child Care is provided on Sundays for the 10am service through the 11:30am Discipleship Formation hour. Good News for Twos is offered in conjunction with Toddler care. Childcare is provided by a volunteer parent rotation and highly skilled and screened local college students.
Baptism, Confirmation and Marriage
We make the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Marriage available to active members of Grace Church. For information concerning these sacramental rites, please click here.
In addition, please see the document, "Prepare to Promise: Preparing for Baptism and Confirmation," which is also directly relevant to Marriage. (please click here)
To request Baptism, Confirmation or Marriage, please contact the Rector, who can guide you in your preparation for these sacraments.
As The Book of Common Prayer teaches us, "The death of a member of the Church should be reported as soon as possible to, and arrangements for the funeral should be made in consultation with, the Minister of the Congregation. Baptized Christians are properly buried from the church." (BCP:468, 490).
Please contact the Rector when a death occurs, and make plans for the funeral with him.
We use The Book of Common Prayer (1979) for all liturgies at Grace Church, and our hymns are from hymnals authorized for worship by The Episcopal Church.