A warm welcome to you from the clergy, staff and parishioners of Grace Church. We are a vibrant faith community and invite you to come be among us.
Our mission is that Grace Church strives to love and serve God through worship and ministry in our church, the community, and the world.
Blessing of the Animals: Sunday October 3 In honor of St. Francis Day, you are invited to have your (well behaved) animals join us for church on-line Sunday October 3 for a blessing. There will also have a brief Blessing of the Animals in the parking lot at 11:00 AM. We will collect both monetary and pet food donations for Dogwill at the 11AM Blessing of the Animals services. Thank you for your generosity.
Browse Grace Notes. Each week, we send out a brief newsletter filled with interesting things happening in and around the church.
Formation and Fellowship. Explore Grace Episcopal Church’s offering of fellowship this fall – Book Study, Sunday Forum, Sunday Dinners, Coffee and Conversation – all on Zoom! In Person Apple Picking – October 10!
Make Donations or Pledges. You can now donate on line!
NO In Person Worship!
Grace Episcopal Church will return to 9am ZOOMServices through Sunday October 31 Due to significant rising COVID cases in our area We will not gather in person through October.
This was a difficult decision meant to help everyone stay as healthy as possible so that we can gather together again safely as soon as possible! Your vestry will revisit this decision in October.
Please join us on ZOOM a little before 9am to have conversation and worship together:
If you have not joined us on ZOOM before, this is a great time to try it – and, if you have a computer or phone and don’t know how to sign on, please let us know so we can help! We know that ZOOM worship is not everyone’s “cup of tea” but hope you will consider joining to be part of your church fellowship!
Watch for a ZOOM Sunday forum in the coming weeks!
Please watch your email, newsletters and our website (https://gracebath.org) for updated information moving forward!
Gracious God, our life and times are in your hands. Be with us however we gather so that we may know and show your great love in the world. Be with those who suffer, especially in this time of COVID. Help us to heal the divides that sometimes keep us from acting for the common good and open our eyes and hearts to see a way forward so that all may live in health. All this we ask in the name of Jesus. AMEN
All Saint’s Day Service
On All Saint’s Sunday (the Sunday after All Saint’s Day, November 7, 2021), we remember that we are surrounded by the great cloud of witnesses.
We remember people who are dear to us who have died recently, and those whom we have lost many years ago. I understand that Grace Church has a custom of putting pictures of loved ones up around the church.
This year, because of the many losses during the last year and half, and the inability to mourn together, we will be doing a memorial service for our Sunday morning service at 9am.