Worship at Grace Anglican Church is a family affair. Our weekly gathering is a foundational part of our life together as a community of believers in Jesus Christ. Worship is the primary time in which we as a community can together hear God’s Word proclaimed and taught, receive nourishment in the sacrament of Holy Communion, and offer to God our sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving for all that he has done and continues to do.
As a church in the historic Anglican tradition, all of our services are "traditional" in the sense that they follow a set pattern and rhythm of worship. We follow the seasons of the church year and have Holy Communion in every service. This means that our worship is what most would call liturgical—meaning that when we worship we come to “work as a people” (liturgy means “work of the people”) as we honor God.
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Regardless of which service you choose to attend, you will find a welcoming community of people committed to loving each other and following Jesus together. All of our services end with a commission as we are sent out into the world to be the hands and feet of Jesus, sharing the good news of his gospel in our various spheres of influence. Our hope is that you will find our Sunday worship to be faithful to the past and relevant for today. We desire to be on mission with what God is doing in our community and in our world.
We have three services on Sunday morning. All of the services are unified by the same four major components of worship: Gathering, Word, Response, and Sending. Each part of our service is designed to engage your mind, heart, and actions, but are diversified because each service has its own stylistic expression. Want to learn more about Sunday Worship? Visit our Guide to Worship page or to learn more about safety information and details about this upcoming Sunday, click here. We encourage you to try our various services so that you can find one that is right for you: