Grace Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church in Bath, Maine, established in 1849

Habitat for Humanity


HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WALK TO BUILD- Eliminating Substandard Housing One Step at a Time

May 5th at 2PM beginning and ending at St. John the Baptist Church Community Center, Brunswick at 2PM. Pre-walk check-in at 1:00. Registration forms available in narthex for individuals and teams or online at Please talk to your family and friends and ask them to sponsor you or to form a team or sponsor an individual or team.

Grace became a Habitat Covenant Church in the late 1990’s. A Covenant Church agrees to support Habitat with prayer, volunteers, and funding. A volunteer can work on builds by swinging a hammer, painting, laying flooring, and any number of other duties – no experience needed. Other ways of helping out can be weatherization of windows and doors or repairing an existing house.  In addition, many Grace parishioners serve as volunteer staff at the Habitat ReStore, located in Topsham.

Habitat For Humanity 7 Rivers Maine was founded in 1991. Its Mission Statement reads in part: “Habitat For Humanity 7 Rivers Maine (HFH7RM) is an ecumenical community fellowship of caring people committed to providing adequate, family-owned housing. We are a partnership of families, volunteers, and contributors working … to eliminate substandard housing. HFH7RM coordinates the labor of volunteers with contributions of money and material to build modest, affordable housing in partnership with qualified families. HFH7RM nurtures the bonds created by this partnership into growing and long-term relationships.”


Grace Episcopal Church - Bath, Maine | A member of The Episcopal Diocese of Maine, The Episcopal Church, and the Worldwide Anglican Communion