Worshipping at Grace


Thanksgiving Day - 8:30am Holy Eucharist


Sunday, November 30 -  First Sunday of Advent

5:30pm - Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony;

Opening Prayer - The Rt. Rev. Lawrence Provenzano,  Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Long Island

Combined Choirs of Church, Youth and Day School Performing



8:00 am Holy Eucharist (no music)

10:00 am Holy Eucharist (with music)

9:00 am Christian Education & Adult Forum


Weekly Chapel - Grace Day School (Parish  Welcome)

8:50 AM (during school term)


Daily Prayer By Phone



Grace Church Music Ministry




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Grace Church Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony -Nov. 30th

Bishop Lawrence Provenzano to offer prayers.

STEWARDSHIP SUNDAY, 11/23 ---Look Into Your Heart and Your Wallet

This Sunday is Stewardship Sunday, the time of the year when we ask each and every one of you to loo

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God calls us, Grace Episcopal Church, Massapequa, to be a welcoming home for Christian families, individuals, and youth who seek spiritual enrichment and comfort.

We are an intergenerational Episcopal parish -- a congregation that lives its mission through service to those among us, and others, who are in need.  We are a fellowship of Christian people committed to worshipping God and serving Him in the Church and the world. As a parish family, we find joyful unity in the grace of God the Father, the love of Jesus Christ, and the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.  

All are welcome to worship with us, and all who have been baptized in the name of The Trinity are welcome to share in the Eucharist.

The Rev. Dr. Walter V. Hillebrand, Rector

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Parish Prayer

Almighty God, your loving providence has brought us together into the sacred fellowship of this parish.  Help us, we pray, to worship you with such holy worship, to serve you with such unselfish love, and to give so generously, for the extension of your kingdom, that we may become worthy members of your Holy Catholic Church, and that our parish may faithfully fulfill its mission - - to serve the Lord through: education within the Christian environment, responsible stewardship and witness and service to the wider community through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and resigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever, Amen – Nov 23, 1986, rev. 2000

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[Episcopal Diocese of California] The following is a statement from the Rt. Rev. Marc Handley Andrus, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of California. It is available online here. I learned with disappointment and not a little surprise last night’s decision of the grand jury to not indict Office Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. […]
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ens_episcopalChurch[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has issued the following statement on the way forward from Ferguson: The Episcopal Church joins many others in deep lament over the tragic reality that continues to be revealed in Ferguson, Missouri. The racism in this nation is part of […]
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[Episcopal Diocese of Missouri] The prosecutor and grand jury in Saint Louis County have spoken in the matter of Michael Brown’s shooting death, but theirs is hardly the last word in this tragedy. These past hours have heard many expressions of broken trust in the system. Some expressions have been violent, to my anguish and […]
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[Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey] Many will debate the justice (or lack thereof) accomplished by the refusal to indict the officer who shot unarmed Michael Brown dead. What is indisputable are the disparities in the systems that so often lead to tragic consequences such as Ferguson–disparities which include hiring and promotion policies that have led […]
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[Episcopal Diocese of Long Island] As we awaken this morning to images of violence and the destruction of property in Ferguson and other cities, and confront our anger and disappointment at the decision of the grand jury in Ferguson, I am struck by how much work is before us. I am struck by how many […]