First and foremost, all are welcome to celebrate the mystery of God's love for us at the Lord's table.

It goes by several names: Holy Communion, the Eucharist (which literally means “thanksgiving”), the Lord’s Supper, the Mass. But whatever its formal name, this is the family meal for Christians. At Grace, all persons seeking the love of Christ are welcome to receive the bread and wine, and be in communion with God and each other.

During the Eucharist, we serve bread and wine. Gluten-free wafers are available. Please put your right hand across your chest to your left shoulder to indicate that you need a gluten-free wafer. If you would rather receive a blessing in place of bread and wine, please indicate by crossing both arms across your chest and touching your hands to your shoulders.

Would you like to receive communion at home or while you’re in the hospital? Contact the church office.




We have temporarily suspended all in-person gatherings for worship, along with all in-person events not related to our vital outreach ministries. We look forward to returning to joyful worship together. Please check back for announcement of dates. Full letter from Father Jim here.

During this period, we will offer the opportunity to engage in prayer, worship, and discipleship via Facebook Live.
Sat at 5pm
Sun at 10am

To ensure continuity for the church and our vital ministries to our community, please consider online giving in lieu of your plate offerings.

Stay tuned and stay safe. 🙏🏻❤️

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