Worship Services

Holy Communion is offered on Sundays at 9:30 AM and on Wednesdays at 12:00 PM, outdoors on the Grace Church campus for a congregation of 50 or less. All are welcome, however registration is required. Virtual services are held on Sundays at 8:15 and 10:45 AM and every weeknight at 8:00 PM. Please visit our Grace@Home page for registration links and to see all the ways we are staying connected to one another, to Grace, and to God!

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Weekly News

Date Posted: August 17, 2020

The Rev. Dr. Cynthia Park is Taking Her Sabbatical

This fall, Cynthia will take her sabbatical break, and I wanted to write with a few key details as we prepare for this time. If you are not aware, the broader Episcopal Church strongly encourages clergy to take a three-month sabbatical break after six years of ministry. It is a...

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Date Posted: August 14, 2020

News for August 16-22

School Blessing Sunday We’re making plans to honor the return to school this fall, in whatever form it takes! Please join us Sunday, August 16 during the 10:45 service as we seek God’s blessings on all those returning to school and all the people and resources (including backpacks!) that make...

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Date Posted: August 7, 2020

News for August 9-15

A Prayer of Examen The prayer of Examen, developed by Ignatius of Loyola (founder of the Jesuits) in the 1500s, is a practice of examining your day using a series of guiding questions. Regular practice can help us notice the presence and action of God in our daily lives, and...

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Date Posted: July 31, 2020

News for August 2-8

Youth Sunday School Youth in grades 6-12 will be using Tim Sean Youmans’ Blessed to Bless: An Introduction to the Bible as our curriculum for Sunday School this fall. Learn More Formation This Fall Please be on the lookout in the next week or so for a brief survey regarding...

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Date Posted: July 24, 2020

News for July 26-August 1

Stations of the Cross for Pandemic Days The Stations of the Cross are a deeply powerful practice that asks us to bring our whole selves–the grief, the confusion, the searching–and lay it alongside the journey Jesus took in his own great moments of suffering. A unique Stations of the Cross...

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Date Posted: July 17, 2020

News for July 19-25

A Labyrinth at Grace A temporary labyrinth has been installed under some shade trees in the corner of the Grace Center parking lot! Follow the link to learn more about how to use a labyrinth as a prayer practice. With opportunities for in-person worship still limited, we hope you'll come...

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Date Posted: July 10, 2020

News for July 12-18

Regathering Postponed At the request of our bishop and in light of an increased number of new COVID-19 cases in our area, Grace has agreed to postpone our plan to begin gathering for small group worship in the nave. The staff, vestry, and liturgy cluster have worked to develop a...

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Date Posted: July 8, 2020

Regathering Postponed

At the request of our bishop and in light of an increased number of new COVID-19 cases in our area, Grace has agreed to postpone our plan to begin gathering for small group worship in the nave. The staff, vestry, and liturgy cluster have worked to develop a viable plan...

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Date Posted: June 26, 2020

News for June 28 – July 4

Prayers of Lament The writer of Ecclesiastes reminds there is a time for everything… including things we think of as “unpleasant” or “unfaithful” like weeping, mourning, or breaking apart. (Eccl. 3:1-8). In these days of isolation, unrest, frustration, and loss, many of us are feeling lots of uncomfortable things. These...

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Date Posted: June 18, 2020

Worship Update

Dear People of Grace, I am sending this video to you with updates about our proposed first gathering for small group worship in the nave on Sunday, July 19. In the video, you will find broad outlines for this next phase of our common life. More details are forthcoming next...

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