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Worship Schedule

We want people to find a home here and a worship experience that is meaningful, an experience of prayer and praise that lifts them into the presence of God and invites God into their lives. And so we offer choices.

Sundays- Holy Eucharist Rite I beginning at 8:00am

Sundays- Holy Eucharist  Rite II beginning at 10:30am

Sunday School for all ages  beginning at 9:30am in the Parish Hall

Services signed for the deaf are in the Chapel every 2nd and 4th Sundays

Wednesdays- Holy Eucharist & Healing in the Chapel beginning at  10:00am


Music  Alter Guild    Acolytes    Lay Readers   Lay Eucharistic Ministries   Ushers  



Alter Guild

Grace Church Altar Guild members have continued to be faithful and dedicated in preparing the church and chapel for services throughout the year. Regular services have included 8 a.m. and 10:30 am services on Sunday as well as the weekly Wednesday services. Special services have included weddings, funerals, Lenten, and Advent services as well as other special occasions. If you are interested in being apart of the Altar Guild, please contact Matilda Kistler."



We welcome the participation of both young and old in this important ministry. Acolytes assist in worship as servers, torchbearers, banner carriers, lighters of candles, crucifers, and thurifers.


Lay Readers

Scripture, we receive guidance for our lives. Each Sunday, lay readers read the appointed lessons to the congregation. Lay readers are trained by our Rector and work under the direction of our clergy. The lay reader must be a confirmed person in good standing in the parish and must be recommended by the clergy to serve in this way. Lay readers have long held an important role in Episcopal worship and we invite you to consider serving through this ministry. 


Lay Eucharistic Ministries

A lay Eucharistic minister is a person licensed by the Rector to administer consecrated elements of the Eucharist, serving with the clergy during our worship services. It is a special ministry through which bread and wine are distributed to the gathered congregation. To participate, you must be recommended by the clergy, go through a brief training, and be a person of prayer. We invite you to consider whether God may be calling you to serve in this way.



No service could take place without the help of our ushers. They greet people each week, welcome newcomers, distribute bulletins, help those with disabilities, and guide people to receive communion. This is a vital ministry and we have a wonderful group serving.

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