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The worship celebrates the love of God in the Anglican Tradition both ancient and new. Through prayers, music and rituals, those gathered act as a connected community seeking a deeper relationship to God. No one is ever turned away from the worship at Grace Church. Ever.

Sunday mornings at 10:00 am

Most Sunday mornings, the Holy Eucharist is celebrated with a sermon, prayers from the Book of Common Prayer, and music accompanied by the organ. All ages are welcome to receive communion.

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Celtic Evensong and Communion

Every Sunday at 4:00 pm a quiet and reflective service in the Celtic tradition is offered. 

Our Celtic worship is drawn from the liturgical traditions of Iona and Northumbria, and the music at these services is contemplative. The prayers lead us to the holy and are intended to include all. There is no traditional sermon, but a brief reflection is given by a lay person or sometimes by a member of the clergy. 

God welcomes all of us to this service.

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