Grace Episcopal Church has suspended all in-person campus events, activities, and worship services until further notice. Please visit our Grace@Home page to see ways we are staying connected to one another and to Grace during the days ahead.
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Our stewardship campaign for 2020 continues the rest of this month, with videos posted on our website and special messages on selected Sunday mornings. We hope you’ve had a chance to reflect on how God is calling you to share in this incredible community!
Pledge cards have been mailed to member households, are available at church, and can also be filled out online. Timely submission is incredibly important to our budgeting process, so your reply by Sunday, November 3 would be greatly appreciated!
Come eat dinner together on Wednesday, October 16 at 5:30 PM!
Menu: Montreal chicken breast, wild rice, honey glazed carrots, salad, rolls, peach cobbler
Vegetarian entree: eggplant parmesan
Children: 1/2 portion regular menu or PBJ, Cookies
Childcare is available for families participating in Wednesday evening activities. Reservations are required and can be made on the same form as meal reservations.
Click here for complete details and to sign up. Reservations are due by Monday at noon.
We’re practicing our story telling skills and studying the Women in the Bible on Wednesday evenings after dinner, now through October 23. Meet in the Grace Center Conference room from 6:30 – 7:30 PM. For more information contact Cheryl Kelley.
Trunk or Treat returns to Grace on Wednesday, October 30 and the Varsity food truck will be here from 5:30 – 6:30 PM to provide dinner. Advance reservations are required – click here for complete information.
Our 2020 women’s retreat will be led by Sharon Garlough Brown. Among her many other talents, Sharon is the author of the Sensible Shoes books (featuring friends and spiritual companions Meg, Charissa, Hannah and Mara), as well as a new novel, Shades of Light, (about mental illness and spirituality). She will be releasing her 6th novel, Remember Me, just before our retreat.
While it is not necessary to have read any of these in order to fully participate in and enjoy the Women’s Retreat (If you haven’t already signed up for the retreat, you can register here!) many of you have read some of them, and have inquired about others. Since Sharon Garlough Brown will be our retreat leader, her publisher, InterVarsity Press, makes her books available to participants at 50% off retail. If you are interested in taking advantage of this offer, please click here for additional information.
A reminder that pew cushions are available for folks to use to make the wooden pews more comfortable during Sunday services. The cushions are stored in wooden boxes in the narthex, and can be returned there at the end of the service. Please feel free to take one (or two) as needed to help soften the time on Sundays.
This post highlights some events and news pertinent to the upcoming week. Follow the links below to learn more about what’s happening at Grace Church.