The worship of God stands at the heart of the life of faith.  In worship, we hear God's voice through the readings and sermon.  We encounter God in the bread and the wine and the other members of the Body of Christ present for worship.  We feel God in the music that at times seems to take us to another level of existence.  We worship with our entire being across the course of our life.

The pages in the Worship section of this website explore the profound depth and biblical origin of our worship of God Sunday and at those important moments of our life such as marriage.  If you have questions, please contact our pastor who will be glad to talk to you.

  • Music - Traditional hymns sung by the congregation and the choir with the accompaniment of an organ or piano form the heart of Grace's musical worship of God.
  • Eucharist - The congregation of Grace celebrates the Eucharist, or Holy Communion, every Sunday to worship the living God.  This worship is rooted in the Bible, the life of Jesus and the faithful, who have walked in the way of Christ for centuries.
  • First Communion - Parents decide when their baptized children may receive communion.  First communion instruction and service are offered for those who wish their children to receive when they are about six or seven years old.
  • Funerals & Memorials - An Episcopal funeral mourns a death, celebrates a life and looks with hope to eternal life with God through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  
  • Baptism - People for thousands of years have committed their lives to Christ through baptism following Jesus' example in the river Jordan.  In this moment, we are born into new life with Christ.
  • Marriage - The commitment of two lives to one another before God is a sacred moment.  Our priest will perform marriages at the church or another location.
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