New Perspectives on the Way of the Cross | February 21 to March 20
Join in as you feel comfortable. Attending a service doesn’t commit you to anything.
Women’s Retreat, call the Office or Beth Kang for more information
Youth Movie Night
March 25th - 26th
Monday in Holy Week: Mass at 6pm | Tuesday in Holy Week: Mass at 6pm
Tenebrae at 6:30pm
Maundy Thursday in English at 6pm and Spanish at 8pm
Good Friday service in English at Noon and 6pm and Spanish at 8pm
March 29th Youth Lock-in
Holy Saturday at 10:30am
Great Vigil of Easter and Agape Feast 5pm
Easter Sunday Mass at 8am and 10:30am in English, Spanish at Noon. Flowering of the Cross at 9:30am and Easter Egg Hunt following 10:30am Service and Noon Service.
*Clergy available by appointment
We don’t make things up on the fly in Episcopal worship, but rely on tried-and-true actions and words which have stood the test of time.
After the Civil War, a small group of local ladies began to gather weekly for prayers in their homes; within a year, they had organized a self-supporting parish and constructed a wooden church at our current location, without windows, doors or heat.
Rooted in worship of the Risen Christ, we draw our understanding of His commandment to love one another from Holy Scripture, reason and tradition—and we encourage our membership actively to seek a deeper personal relationship with Christ, a relationship founded in love of God and of neighbor.
Like Episcopalians around the world, members of Grace Church hold various opinions on all sorts of matters, from politics to scriptural interpretation. It is that lively interplay of God’s personal revelation to His Church which challenges us to deeper devotion and to a stronger life in unity, not uniformity.