From the Rector
Dear Grace Church,
Easter has come, and with it some new opportunities for in-person worship! I want to thank you for the flexibility you have shown over the past year as we have adjusted our liturgy to fit our online needs. Gathering on Zoom was made meaningful by the participation of so many of our members. Now that we are re-opening the sanctuary, you will notice some adjustments to our liturgy that account for the congregation being present for worship in our sanctuary. We will strive for an integrated experience, where our members at home will still have opportunity to participate. Here are some of the ways our liturgy will be affected by regathering in person:
Thank you for your patience and good humor as we work together through this upcoming transition. There will be times when we make mistakes, or when unforeseen things occur – and these are chances to express grace and good will as we work and worship together. It is exciting after such a long time apart that we now can begin the process of gathering back together. This process will take some time, and you are always welcome to give input by using the open survey found at this link, or by speaking to me or one of the Wardens. We are listening!
Grateful for Grace,
According to public health guidelines, seating capacity will be limited and online reservations are required. All services will also be available remote via Zoom. Please read the following letter from Father John. Links to reserve seating are just below that.
Reserve seating for Sunday, May 23 by clicking here.
Reserve seating for Sunday, May 16 by clicking here.