Grace Episcopal Church welcomes you!
As you consider coming to Grace you might ask:
Who are these people? Why should I come?
The mosaic of people who come to Grace demonstrates the vastness of God’s love. We worship God and learn to serve the needs of this world.
We believe that God loves everyone.
We are a small church. We take time to learn each other’s names. We follow the path of Jesus, growing in our faith with God and supported by the relationships that grow among us at Grace.
We continually learn what it means to follow Jesus, who showed us:
- The least of us is valuable
- All of us need healing
- Finding truth in a complex world is challenging
- Love should be the center of our lives
Taking a break in our busy lives is important. We call this sabbath time which gives us a chance to restore and rest.
Coming to Grace will give you that opportunity. We invite you to join in the journey of following the way of love.
Come and visit. Come and stay. We would love to meet you!
What Do Episcopalians Believe?
- We believe in one loving God.
- We believe in the sacraments of Holy Baptism and Holy Eucharist that connect us to the full expression of God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit /Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer.
- We believe in discussion that helps us whether we are seeking answers or have walked a long journey of faith.
- We are Christ-centered.
- We believe in the Bible.
- We believe in a loving God.
We believe in the bible as a way of understanding God’s truth. We believe in a loving God that encourages us to serve this world in love.
Meeting Space at Grace
Grace welcomes group meetings that support community events and organizations.
The church and parish hall have a variety of areas for both small and large meetings. We will work with you on a price. Nonprofits that serve the community are charged a nominal fee. Come and explore the church to see if this is a place you would be comfortable using.
Please note: We may ask to move your location or cancel a meeting for Holy Week or other occasional services.
Baptism is a time to ask questions and explore what having a relationship with Christ means in your life. Baptism is an ancient ceremony that offers an opportunity to bond with God in a new way. We make a covenant, a promise with God that helps us to walk away from all that is broken in the world and walk toward what is good.
The Episcopal Church baptizes both babies and adults. If you feel interested in exploring this service of faith, please talk with Rev. Sharon at 443-506-4664 or leave a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations of your engagement! This is an exciting time for you and we are so glad you are considering Grace Church as a place for your wedding. Grace Church would love to help you make your wedding day special.
We welcome you whether you are from a different denomination, different faith tradition, a same sex couple, or if one, or both of you, have been previously married.
We would love to celebrate your wedding at Grace. It is our greatest wish that your wedding becomes the first day of a beautiful life for your and the one you love.
Please contact Grace Church 301-865-3270 or email email@example.com to arrange time with Rev. Sharon to discuss your plans.
The end of life is a time filled with reflections and emotions. Please contact Grace Church at 301-865-3270 or email at Gracechurchoffice@comcast.net to set up a time to talk with Rev. Sharon to discuss your family needs and funeral services.
If this an emergency please contact Rev. Sharon directly at 443-506-4664.