Fridays in Lent:
6:30 p.m. Stations of the Cross &
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
One of the first things you'll discover about us is that we love our beautiful old church and we enjoy sharing it with others. First-time visitors often comment on how friendly and genuine we are.
We understand how hard it is to walk into a new church for the first time, especially if you haven't been to church for a while. You may wonder, will I know what to do? Will people stare at me? Will they make me stand up?
Rest assured that no one will ask you to stand up. Although people will greet you, no one will stare at you and you will not be singled out. If, after Mass, you'd like to meet some of us, please join us for coffee and fellowship. If not, that's fine. We'll be glad to know that you've worshipped with us and we'll hope that you'll come back.
A word about our style of worship. If you are unfamiliar with Anglo-Catholic liturgy, our worship may seem elaborate, complicated, perhaps even a bit confusing at times. No one will care how fully you participate in the Mass. No one will judge you. If you've lost your place in the Mass, anyone sitting around you will be happy to help if you ask them. And remember, it's always appropriate simply to sit, watch and listen.
There's an exciting, vibrant feeling these days at Grace Church. Come see for yourself.
John B. Warfel
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