Grace Episcopal Church
Christ, Community, Compassion
  • The Feast of the Epiphany: We will celebrate The Feast of Epiphany on Monday, January 6. Parishioners and their guests are invited to Solemn Mass beginning at 6:00 p.m. followed by a Twelfth Night Potluck Supper. A sign-up sheet for sweets and savories can be found on the Narthex table.
  • 2020 Parish Directory: The Parish Directory will be updated for distribution at the Annual Meeting on January 26, 2020. A draft can be found on the narthex table.
  • Ushers Training: Ushers play such an important role in hospitality and ministry here at Grace Church. Are you called to be an Usher? Training is available and no prior experience is necessary. Contact the Parish Office for more information.
  • The Ministry of the Lector: The Ministry of the Lector is to read from both the Old and New Testament at services throughout the year. Anyone with a love of the words of Scripture can be a Lector. Please do not let worry over pronunciation keep you from participating! Readings can be sent ahead, upon request, as well as Bible pronunciation guides for use in preparation. Contact the Parish Office for more information.
  • Are YOU called to the Altar Guild? Members do so much more than prepare the sanctuary for services and clean up afterwards; they are a vital part of our worship here at Grace Church. Want to learn about more about this ministry and how you can be involved? Email Claudia Fischer at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Flower Schedule for 2020: Giving the gift of flowers is a wonderful way to remember a loved one or to offer thanksgiving for your blessings. The Flower Schedule can be found on the table in the Narthex. More than one person can sign up for each Sunday.
  • The Bible Challenge: Videos for all 52 weeks of the year are available on Grace Abounds. If you take this challenge, you will find that in one year you will read all of the Bible! This will require less than an hour of your time, six days a week. A schedule of readings is provided on the parish website, along with weekly study summaries and a weekly video summary of the readings.