All-Parish Potluck Brunches. These events are held on fifth Sundays of the month and at other times, usually between the 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. services, when it is important to bring members of the parish together for fellowship.
Breakfast. Weekly, Sunday breakfast is offered in the parish hall between services and is made possible by a team of talented cooks who serve up everything from waffles and French toast to scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, muffins and more.
Buildings and Grounds. These volunteers work together as needed to maintain and improve our beautiful church property.
Coffee in the Courtyard. Volunteer parishioners host an hour of fellowship following the 10:30 a.m. service with hot coffee, juice and tasty treats.
Daughters of the King. A chapter of the national Episcopal women’s organization, Daughters of the King are committed to Prayer and service in the Name of Christ. There are several members of the Daughters of the King here at Grace.
Episcopal Church Women (ECW). All women of Grace parish are members. The ECW distributes and collects United Thank Offering (UTO) boxes. In addition, they coordinate the annual ECW Rummage Sale with proceeds supporting camp scholarships, outreach requests and facility needs.
Finance and Administration Ministry. This group of volunteers provides financial accountability and oversees parish business affairs.
Men of the Church. All men of Grace parish are invited to meet monthly for food, fun and fellowship. The Men of the Church also serve as needed and are the hosts and grill-masters for the annual Pig Pickin’ Barbeque.
Order of St. Luke (OSL). This is a national ecumenical organization devoted to learning about and participating in prayers for healing. The OSL of this area meets monthly at Grace on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the parish hall.
Pastoral Care Ministry. Volunteers called to this ministry help contact and minister to those in our parish with special needs, such as the elderly, homebound and the bereaved. Gifts of food are coordinated at times of need.
Prayer Chain. This group of people prays daily for specific needs of those in the parish and beyond.