The Christmas Trees are Coming!
We need your help to unload 500 Christmas Trees!
On Saturday, November 23, beginning at 8 a.m., we will set up the tree stand for the Christmas tree Sale, and do some grounds cleanup while waiting for the tree delivery. Lots of help is needed as we expect the tree delivery around noon.
If you can help, please contact Sue Breen at
The more help we have, the faster we can get the work done. Even if you can't lift trees, many hands are needed to help count trees and wreaths.
Pizza will be provided for hungry volunteers!
Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.
We are here to offer you a Radical Welcome! Every person at Grace has a different reason why they come to worship God in this community and why they think Grace is special. Perhaps it’s the strong commitment to children and youth, the outreach we do in our community, or the friendships formed over time. Everyone, regardless of where they are in their spiritual journey is welcome.
The best way to get to know more about this church community is to worship with us. Please join us for Sunday services, stay for a cup of coffee afterwards, and explore what we’re about. We think you’ll find that this is a warm, welcoming, and lively community where people are supported in their journey towards Christ.
Peace & Blessings,
The Family at Grace Episcopal Church
Sunday Service Schedule
8:00 AM- Join us for a quiet service, and contemplate the divine.
We often have discussion groups between services, check out our events page for more information!
10:00 AM- We join the choir to sing joyful hymns in this child friendly service. Come and celebrate fellowship together with a coffee hour afterward.
Come as you are, we are ready to welcome you!
What is Radical Welcome?
Radical welcome is the spiritual practice that allows us to live into the compassionate, colorful, boundary-crossing dream of God. It’s a lot more than a warm welcome at the church door on Sunday morning, or a platter of donuts and coffee in the church hall (which you are welcome to join us for coffee hour too!)
A radically welcoming community seeks to welcome the voices, presence and power of all people — especially those who have been defined as The Other, pushed to the margins, cast out, silenced and closeted — so they can help to shape the congregation’s common life and fulfill the reconciling dream of God.
In this body there’s love, lots of love. There’s justice and compassion and sharing within the body, and the same gifts spread out to the wider community and the world around them. Nobody gets thrown away or shoved aside.
---- Radical Welcome: Embracing the Other by Stephanie Spellers