Join us for 8am and 10am Services

You are welcome to attend services with us each Sunday. Our 8 am service is a quiet, reflective service where we gathering intimately close to the altar to celebrate the Eucharist. Our 10 am service is more lively music- we would love to see you and your family at either service. 

It doesn't matter what your road has been, if you haven't been to church in a long time, if you are divorced, gay or struggling with personal concerns. You are welcome here, unconditionally. Always.

Masks are optional in church. For everyone's safety, we will still be socially distancing and asking families to sit together in church. In addition, there will be a section in the rear of the church that will continue to be blocked off to provide 6 feet between parishioners. 

Receiving wine during Communion

As we make every effort to find the “fine line” to accommodate to our parish members while keeping risk of Covid as low as possible, communion wine (along with the bread) will be given out from a cruet at the top of the aisle to those who bring their own cup from home to receive the wine. 

Personal Care Items Drive

 

Now through Thanksgiving

 

This year, since Bombas is generously supplying socks again this fall, we will not collect socks but instead collect self-care items the shelters desperately need.

You will find bins in the hallway leading to the Fowler room. Each will be marked: Deodorant, Toothbrush/Toothpaste, Comb/Brush, Tissues, Hand sanitizer, Nail polish/Emery Boards. Please purchase any/all of these products and drop off in the specific box. 

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John Stanley has tended for our various gardens over the years, and is now focusing on milkweed to attract bees and butterflies. The monarch population is declining, offering milkweed is a way to help them strengthen their numbers.

Healing Prayers Available

If you are in need of healing prayers, Our healing ministers are available via phone. Please call Grace Church or check your parish directory for Cathy, Deb or Carol's phone numbers.  

We also have a list of volunteers, willing to go shopping for anyone who is homebound.  

Please contact  the church at:  grace.norwood@verizon.net or by telephone 781-762-0959 if you need anything from our church community.

Places you can "visit" on the web for resources and prayer services

Lectionary page for daily and Sunday readings: http://www.lectionarypage.net/index.html

If you wish to pray at home consider these resources:

Mission St. Claire Website for daily prayer and other resources: 

https://www.missionstclare.com/english/

 

Listen along to a daily prayer audio: 

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-episcopal-church-in-garrett-county/id1191115260

 

Forward Day by Day prayer and meditation page: 

https://prayer.forwardmovement.org/

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