Slow down and join us at noon Wednesdays in the historic church for a brief healing service with eucharist, led by our rector The Rev. Seldon Walker. This service typically concludes after about 40 minutes. All are welcome.
Grace-ful Knitters has been putting their talents to good use since the fall of 2010. The group meets weekly on Thursdays and knits prayer shawls for the Grace Prayer Shawl ministry, hats for the homeless and other community needs, along with personal projects. The group’s members work at all skill levels and several members will […]
Gentlemen of Grace and their gentleman guests are invited to this breakfast on the first Saturday of each month - except in December! We've had to adjust to make room for last Saturday's Christmas Market. We'll meet for breakfast in the Parish Hall from about 8 to 9:30 a.m., with occasional programs included and friendly […]
If you've attended Cursillo you are welcome to join a small group meeting Saturday mornings in Grace's parlor, located in the Parish Hall. Cursillo begins with a three-day weekend that’s a living expression of Christ’s love as it happens over three color-, joy- and music-filled days that produce new and profound friendships. The "Fourth Day" […]
Grace hosts an in-person Alcoholics Anonymous meeting on Saturday nights in our Parish Hall. These meetings are open, wheelchair accessible and typically feature a speaker. Open meetings are available to anyone interested in Alcoholics Anonymous' program of recovery from alcoholism. Nonalcoholics may attend open meetings as observers.
Join us for worship in the historic church. This Rite I service is a bit more formal than our 10:15 a.m. service, but also features music. Typically this service concludes by 8:45 a.m. All, regardless of vaccination status, must properly wear a mask during indoor services until further notice. This service will be available via […]
Grace brings its "Red Ball Express," our red wagon for food closet donations, to both worship services on the second Sunday of the month. Help the York County Food Closet to help our neighbors in need by bringing these items, as requested by Food Closet organizers: 7.25-oz. boxes of mac and cheese; cans of ravioli, […]
Christmas can be a difficult time for those who have lost loved ones, whether in recent months or in years past. We will remember and honor loved ones who have died at our noon Wednesday worship service for a Service of Remembrance. This is sometimes called a "Blue Christmas" service, where those we have lost […]