Worshipping at Grace

Sunday,  October 30th, 2016

The Twentythird Sunday after Pentecost


10:00 am - special guest William "Chip" Stokes, Bishop of New Jersey, presiding


No 8:00 am service


Sunday Mass

8:00 am Holy Eucharist (no music)
10:00 am Holy Eucharist (with music)
9:00 am Christian Education & Adult Forum 


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


Daily Prayer By Phone


Grace Church Music Ministry


Grace Day School Early Childhood Center



Young at Heart Seniors

November 9th, 12:00 noon

Parish Hall


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Church Youth Group Outreach Project

Remembering Christian Education Teacher Frank Ward –

Frank and his family are in our prayers.

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We have heard from our Parish community about their journeys to give their time, talent and treasure to Grace Church. Also, how they sought out Grace as a source of inspiration and inner peace.

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 2016 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

News from Episcopal Life Online

The news service of the Episcopal Church

[Episcopal News Service] The U.S. Justice Department is monitoring the handling of the Dakota Access Pipeline project to “facilitate communication, defuse tensions, support peaceful protests, and maintain public safety.” That Oct. 25 statement was emailed to Bismarck, North Dakota, television station KFYR hours after Standing Rocking Sioux Nation Tribal Chair Dave Archambault II asked U.S. […]
[Anglican Communion News Service] Archbishop of Burundi Bernard Ntahoturi joined a delegation from the World Council of Churches last week in a solidarity visit to churches in Ethiopia. The delegation, led by WCC Central Committee Moderator Agnes Abuom, of the Anglican Church of Kenya, met leaders of member churches, an interfaith body and political leaders, […]
[Episcopal News Service] Following an August retreat in Panama with representatives from the different regions of Latin America and the Caribbean, Episcopal and Anglican leaders in theological education are clear that training must include analysis of regional problems so that clergy can perform quality pastoral work. The Commission of Theological Education for Latin America and […]
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[Episcopal News Service] Last December, I accompanied the dean of the Episcopal Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in Paris, the Very Rev. Lucinda Laird, and a group of volunteers from the cathedral to go and visit the Calais migrants camp, known as “The Jungle.” Or the biggest bidonville in France. The word “bidonville” comes from […]
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[Diocese of Northern Indiana] “Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?” This challenging question is at the heart of what it means to live as citizens of this nation! We, the Episcopal and Lutheran Bishops of Indiana, invite our sisters and brothers in Indiana to […]