Sunday Schedule

Sunday 8:15 AM Holy Eucharist Rite I
Sunday 10:45 AM Holy Eucharist Rite II

Christian formation classes for children, youth and adults meet most Sundays from 9:30 – 10:30 AM.

A nursery is available for children ages 4 and younger from 8 AM – 12 PM.

Sunday Mornings at Grace

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday services will be held in the nave at 12:10 PM and 7:00 PM on February 26. Both services will include the imposition of ashes.

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422 Brenau Avenue, Gainesville, GA 30501

Parking is available in lots on Brenau Avenue or along the street. Please enter through the main entrance located on Boulevard or through the St. Francis garden doors off the parking lot at the corner of Brenau Avenue and Boulevard.

Driving & Parking Directions

Organ & Steeple Bells

The Grace Church Organ

A wonderful asset to the Music Ministry at Grace is Opus 3865, a 3-manual, 39 stop, 47-rank pipe organ, built by Casavant Frères of Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada. Grace Church received the organ on October 2, 2007. It arrived, unassembled, in hundreds of boxes and packing crates. Its 2,853 pipes, ranging in size from 20 feet to as small as a pencil, are fashioned from wood, “spotted metal,” or copper. The organ was built over 18 months, installation took 4 weeks, and the voicing lasted almost another 4 weeks.

The organ was played during worship services for the first time the weekend following Thanksgiving. Then Bishop of the Diocese of Atlanta, The Right Rev. J. Neil Alexander, was present at Grace Church on Sunday, January 20, 2008 at a service of Evensong and Dedication and Blessing. Finally, a Dedicatory Recital was performed by Dr. David Burton-Brown, Grace Church’s Director of Music at the time, on April 20, 2008.

Organ Details

The Bells of Grace Church

Our bells, which are named Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, were cast in late January 2005 at the world–renowned Paccard Bell Foundry in Annecy, France and installed in our tower on April 19 that same year. They have been a wonderful addition to our church and community, marking the passing of each quarter hour, tolling a call to worship and for solemn occasions, and pealing for celebratory occasions.

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