This Sunday, October 15th,  we celebrate Bread for the World Sunday!  It is an opportunity to join others in praying for those who struggle with hunger – and to rededicate ourselves to efforts that help end hunger.  Our prayerful work to end hunger is a response to the Gospel’s invitation to take part in the banquet of God’s mercy and abundance that is ours through Jesus Christ (Matthew 22:1-14).  Our prayers and our actions are especially urgent at this time.  South Sudan is suffering from a devastating famine, and famine threatens Nigeria, Somalia, and Yemen.  In the United States, the president and Congress are making budget decisions that could make life even harder for the one in eight families struggling to get enough food. To make a donation to Bread for the World, information will be available at the rear of the church.  Envelopes will be provided or you and contribute to the church and we will send one check. 


Our faith is in Christ, who makes all things new, and we place our hope in God’s vision of a world without hunger.


Tuesdays, at 6:00 p.m.

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Sunday Services

9:00 am Sunday School
10:00 am Holy Eucharist
5:00 pm Evening Study Group
Immediately following our Sunday worship services we meet in the Parish Hall for fellowship and food.  On the first Sunday of each month we enjoy luncheon after the 10:00 am service.

Wednesday Services
4:30 pm Centering Prayer

At Grace Episcopal Church our mission is to glorify God through worship, fellowship and education, by reflecting Christ’s love through sharing, caring and serving our parish family and our community.