Grace Church was born on a sunny Sunday morning in June, 1992, when sixty-five church friends met to worship and pray and seek a new way to be the church in the world. They took up a collection for prayer books, hymnals and a very large coffee pot, and set off in faith on a journey that would have surprising results.
The hope and joy that filled that morning have flourished and grown into a church that numbers close to 1,000 people and touches lives worldwide. A new building completed in 2003 is a springboard for ministry and an anchor for the lives of all who come to the tall front doors seeking peace, a deeper knowledge of God, and a safe and welcoming place for their children to grow into young adulthood.
In worship and prayer, in service to those who need help and compassion, in song that lifts the heart, and in warm hospitality, Grace Church continues to live joyously and to celebrate fully the life and world God has provided.
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Our Mission & Principles
Inclusion | We believe that God values and unconditionally loves all people. With Jesus Christ as our model and teacher, we strive together to cr…
Get to know the clergy at Grace!
During Holy Week we gather and find ourselves changed as we receive the words, bread, water, and wine that filled Jesus' last days. Come to Grace Church during Holy Week. Take time to share with us in song, prayer, silence, and sacrament.
Palm Sunday, March 25
8:00 AM and 9:30 AM - The Holy Eucharist
5-7 PM - Family Friendly Potluck and Holy Week Gathering
Wednesday, March 28
Meet the staff of Grace Episcopal Church.
Pray With Us
Sundays | 8am
Whether you're trying to "squeeze church in" on a busy Sunday, or looking for a quiet, faithful community, you’ll find space and place here at the 8am eucharist each Sunday morning. We use the same prayers and language that we use at the 9:30 service, and some short, simple music. The intention here is to keep the early service shorter and reflective,…
At Grace we live to celebrate life through baptism; and love through marriage; and even to mark the passage of life to life as we remember “those we love but see no longer.” We hope that those wanting to celebrate with us will find this information helpful
The sacrament of Baptism is a regular part of our Sunday morning experience, and reminds us, in word and action, …