Worshipping at Grace

Sunday, October 15, 2017  

The Nineteenth Sunday of Pentecost  

Sunday Mass Schedule

8:00 am Holy Eucharist (no music)

10:00 am Holy Eucharist (music)

9:00 am Christian Education Classes

9:00 am Adult Forum

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Our Vision - Grace seeks to be a visible sign of God’s love in this world!

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Daily Prayer By Phone

 

Grace Church Music Ministry

 

Grace Day School Early Childhood Center 

Grace Church Carillon

 

Young at Heart Seniors
Next meeting November 1st, 12 noon, Parish Hall


 

 

Latest News

1000th Lunch Served at Young at Heart


Young at Heart welcomes seniors from the greater Massapequa community to join in fellowship the firs


WHY DO WE GO TO CHURCH? A Question from Ken Cynar, warden, Grace Episcopal Church


There are as many answers to this question as there are passages in the Bible.


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Welcome!

1,000 Meal Served at Young at Heart

Our Vision –

Grace seeks to be a visible sign of God’s love in this world!

 

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

Rector’s Report – Grace Church 2017 Annual Meeting

 

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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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[Nashotah House Theological Seminary – Nashotah, Wisconsin] It is with great sadness that Nashotah House Theological Seminary announces the passing of the Rev. Daniel A. Westberg, a professor of ethics and moral theology. Westberg died Oct. 18, in a boating accident on Upper Nashotah Lake. A faculty member at Nashotah House since 2000, Westberg was […]
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The following is the conclusion of a two-part story detailing the experience and aftermath of the B.C. summer wildfires from an Anglican perspective. You can read the first part here. [Anglican Church of Canada] Though the height of the summer wildfire season in British Columbia may have passed, the efforts of communities to rebuild in its […]
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[Anglican Communion News Service] Anglicans around the world have taken part in a wide variety of events to mark this year’s Season of Creation, an ecumenical focus on the environment that ran from Sept. 1 to Oct. 4. The Season of Creation was originally proposed by the Ecumenical Patriarch to run from the Orthodox Church’s World […]
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[Anglican Communion News Service] Five Anglican archbishops have joined other Christian leaders in calling for governments to implement the promises they made at the Paris Climate Change talks. Political leaders from 197 nations will gather in Bonn, Germany, in November for the next phase of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP23); and the Christian leaders […]