If you are considering visiting with us, “Welcome!” We would be so glad to have you, devoted disciple or doubter, wanderer or wonder-er!
Our 8:00 service gathers in the sanctuary and worships with spoken word only. Our 10:30 service gathers in the parish hall and includes hymns as well.
Our service is contained in the service leaflet and comes from the red Book of Common Prayer (BCP). Our hymns are found in the blue Hymnal. Some of our special service music is in the front part of the Hymnal, where it is numbered with an “S-” in front of the number.
If you have children joining us as well – relax! God put the wiggle in children; don’t feel you have to suppress it in God’s house. Feel free to sit toward the front where it is easier for your little ones to see and hear.
Almost all of our services include Holy Communion. Ours is a Christian church before it is an Episcopal one, and we invite all of our sisters and brothers to join in this food which God gives us to share on our journey of faith.
We’d love to get to know you and share more about our community with you at coffee hour following either service.
Thank you for connecting with Grace Episcopal! We look forward to getting to know you better!
Stories and laughter are as much a part of the community at Grace as sunlight in the gardens.
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Nestled for over a century in the picturesque farming community on the outskirts of the City of Montgomery and in the Town of Pike Road, Grace Church now stands in the center of the area’s fast growing eastern corridor. The Church is surrounded by neighborhoods and shopping centers and easily accessible by Interstate Highway 85.
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