New to Grace Church?
As our welcoming statement says, “We are glad you found us!” Come visit us; hear God’s word; discover how the love of God applies to you.
Our community welcomes young and old, single and coupled, gay and straight, traditional and nontraditional, the certain, and the questioning. Grace Church is an affirming place of peace and prayer and a joyous space for music and celebration.
Grace Church is a tolerant and friendly community for individuals and families who seek a spiritual home. We would love to meet you!
Do you have questions?
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or
- Call (914) 941-6627 St. Paul’s campus; or (914 )941-0806 Trinity campus
Our Sunday Services begin at 10:30 AM
Services alternate between our St. Paul’s and Trinity campuses. However, sometimes things change, so feel free to call, or check our website or Facebook page about a particular Sunday.
We are happy to help in any number of ways. Please contact us anytime.
- Do you want to know more about what Grace Church is like and to talk to someone about it?
- Do you want to know what an Episcopal Church is like?
- Would you like to speak to a priest?
- Does someone need a pastoral visit at home or at the hospital?
- Are you looking for Sunday School for your child/children?
- Are you inquiring about a wedding, baptism, or funeral?
- Would you like to visit and have someone take you around one or both of our church buildings?
- Would you like someone to meet you on a Sunday, help you get settled in for a service, and introduce you to people afterward?
- Are you looking for space for a special event or program?
At its heart, Grace Church is a community of people from various walks of life who care for each other and try to help our neighbors.
Grace Church is a member of the world-wide Anglican Communion
The Anglican Communion is a community of Christians bound together by our belief that Holy Scripture contains the core of Christian faith and thought. We are also a sacramental church that regularly celebrates the Eucharist at our Sunday services. While we are an Episcopal Church, we debate among ourselves and often agree to differ on beliefs.