Virtual services are held on Sundays at 8:15 and 10:45 AM and every weeknight at 8:00 PM. In-person (outdoor) services resume in April.
Please visit our Grace@Home page for details, links, and to see all the ways we are staying connected to one another, to Grace, and to God!
422 Brenau Avenue, Gainesville, GA 30501
This page is our primary landing spot for links and resources for worship, prayer, spiritual formation, and community development at Grace Church during the coronavirus pandemic.
Information and links for worship and formation opportunities can be found below or in our weekly newsletter email.
In-person, outdoor Communion services will resume in April. Complete details can be found on the registration form.
The School for Christian Practice is an intentional framework that nurtures the community’s mission to seek reconciliation and wholeness with God and one another in Christ. By centering ourselves in our practice of prayer, we can grow in our awareness of our union with God and one another, and we can foster a spirit of transformation in our personal lives and in our community.
How is the Spirit of Christ encouraging us to continue learning about our faith and practice of prayer? How does our practice nurture and encourage us in our daily lives? We invite all members to explore the richness of their faith and grow in a greater awareness of God’s presence in their lives through the formation opportunities found at the links below.
Choristers and St. Cecilia choir are on a break until warmer weather and all Parish Choir gatherings have moved to Zoom. Email Will Gotmer for more details about all of choirs.
Our ability to create choral music in person is limited right now, but we can still listen to great music! Our Director of Music, Will Gotmer, is sharing weekly playlists on Spotify with an excellent variety of choral music connected to our liturgical calendar.
In response to the heightened need to stay in touch with each other during the COVID-19 pandemic, Grace activated an old-school phone tree. We attempted to arrange families, couples, and singles into small clusters based on existing connections. We hope this offers another possibility for passing along prayer requests, good news, and concerns to each other and to the clergy.
The pastoral care team, which includes clergy and lay chaplains, can also help to refer to outside counseling help, where needed. Someone will always be able to respond in an emergency, but the staff is committed to the practice of observing a Sabbath rest to be with family on Friday and Saturday
Grace Church is collecting donations to aid the families who lost someone in the poultry plant accident. All the money contributed to this cause will be shared equally between the families. Please make your check payable to Grace Episcopal Church, memo line: Poultry Plant Relief, and mail to the attention of Reba Page, 422 Brenau Avenue, Gainesville, Georgia 30501. Checks should be received no later than March 10.
Even in these very unusual times, we would like to be able to greet newcomers and visitors to Grace Episcopal Church! If you have recently “visited” us through an online class or worship service, or even just by browsing around our website, we invite you to fill out an online welcome card so we may share additional information about who we are and what we have to offer. We are glad you are here!
Please send in your contributions and pledges, as you are able, in one of the three ways listed below. If you find yourself struggling–financially, spiritually, emotionally, physically–please let us know.
If you have any questions or need help contact Reba Page for assistance. Thank you for continuing to support Grace Episcopal Church.