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Through funds collected from our annual Rummage and Estate Sales, since 1999, Grace Church has helped support summer camps for Russian orphans; build, refurbish, and staff 2 "Grace Homes" for teen-aged boys. We have also supplied scholarships, gifts, medical care, and...
Grace Church supports the Children's Feeding Program in Empalme, Habitat for Humanity, and scholarships since 2004 for a total of $60,000 so far. Grace Church has supported Clinica Verde from 2006 to 2015 for a total of $70,000. The money was used to support the...
Grace Church provides ongoing support for SAATHI, a shelter for abused women and children in Kathmandu, Nepal. In 2015 Grace Church contributed over $9,000 to supply tent housing for displaced families of the devasting earthquake. Contact James Forbes at...
Grace Church gave $10,900 from 2004 to 2011 for books and tuition money for the "Lost Boys" refugees from Sudan
Grace Church supported two bible translators that work for Wycliffe Bible Translation in Niger from 2002 to 2013 for a total of $35,000.
Grace Church contributed $12,000 to help purchase an ambulance for the Women's Health Pavilion. For more information contact Judy Cummings at JWCishere@aol.com
We have a thriving relationship with St James', Bubaare, our sister parish in Uganda. This began in 2001 when we equipped a computer lab for their Secondary School, and shipped 8 pallet loads of clothes, sports equipment, books and computers, as well as a new bicycle...
Ushers serve at both the 8:00am and 10:00am services each Sunday at Grace Church. If you’re interested in any of these roles, please contact:email@example.com unless otherwise noted.
Grace Church uses lay readers to bring the word of God to the congregation by reading aloud the scriptures from the Bible. As prescribed by the Episcopal Edition of the Revised Common Lectionary, we read the assigned scriptures for that Sunday. The Revised Common...
The lay eucharist visitor volunteers are trained to bring the eucharist to members who are unable to get to a Sunday service. This includes a time of sharing about the last worship service and time for connecting and listening. Here is the prayer we say during the...
The lay eucharist minister assists the priest with the administration of communion. If you’re interested in any of these roles, please contact:firstname.lastname@example.org unless otherwise noted.
On Sunday mornings we need people to greet parishioners and welcome visitors. It is the time to say, "We're glad you are here!" After the service, we encourage you to connect with the visitors and introduce them to other parishioners. If you’re interested in any of...