To all who are weary, friendless, grateful,
believing, knowing sin, and hungry for prayer,
Grace Episcopal Church opens wide its doors and
in the Name of the Lord Jesus bids
Welcome to Grace
To all who are weary and need rest. To all who are friendless and desire friendship. To all who believe in God and wish to worship Him. To all who are grateful and would give thanks.
To all who hunger for prayer and wish to pray. To all who know sin and need the Saviour.
Grace Episcopal Church opens wide its doors and in the Name of the Lord Jesus bids welcome.
- Holy Eucharist — 9:00 am
- Christian Formation — 10:00 am
- Holy Eucharist — 11:15 am
- Holy Eucharist & Healing
12:10 am every Wednesday
- Morning Prayer Yoga
7:00-8:00 am Monday-Friday
Rediscovering St. Patrick: A Pilgrimage to Ireland and Brittany - Join Grace Church and Rev. Marcus Losack this fall as we make a pilgrimage to Ireland and Brittany and follow in the footsteps of St. Patrick! Travel dates are October 2-15, 2016 and space is limited. Please click HERE to view a brochure, or HERE to see the daily itinerary. For more information, email Bay@gracesiloam.org.
Annual Parish Retreat at Camp Mitchell - Join Grace Church on the mountain Friday, May 6th - Sunday, May 8th for our annual parish retreat! Holy Eucharist will happen both at Grace in Siloam as well as at the Camp Mitchell chapel. A special Mother's Day brunch will be served at Camp Mitchell, following Sunday Eucharist. Please click HERE to register, or contact the office for more information!
We Are Episcopalians
Episcopalians are followers of Jesus Christ. We say that God was uniquely present in the life of Jesus of Nazareth. One word we use to describe this belief is that God was “incarnate” in Jesus, that is, God’s own self was present in Jesus’ very body. Following his death, his disciples found that Christ still lived in their midst. Thus, they found themselves connected to God as they discovered themselves to be part of Christ’s resurrected body. And that is still the case today. We Episcopalians say that human beings are united to God through Christ.
We take that relationship seriously. When we worship we are called to see the risen Christ in the persons around us. In our daily lives we are called to see the risen Christ in family, acquaintances, and co-workers. Ultimately, we are called to seek and serve Christ in all persons, to strive for justice and peace among all people, and to respect the dignity of every human being.
Our church is not a community of like-minded people. We do not exist for ourselves alone. Instead, we are a people set apart to be the personal presence and witness of God to the world. We struggle with many issues and we disagree with one another, but we still gather each week to hear the story of God’s love for us, to ask forgiveness from one another and God, and to offer our lives up to God.
In our teaching, we learn the grace to live with questions that cannot be answered with certainty. In our worship we are nourished for life’s journey. In our faith we trust that God is working through every one of us, and that one day God’s very self will be evident in all creation. This is the good news that we proclaim, and we believe that it is the good news that leads us to lives of peace, self control, and hope for the future. We invite everyone to join us in that journey.