Supper at Grace

Supper at Grace is an outreach program that provides free dinner every Thursday in our parish hall for people living in our area. Other area churches partner with us and host on a rotating basis. Grace hosts the dinner on the fourth Thursday of each month.  This has been an important outreach to our community for more than fifteen years and is the cornerstone of Grace church community outreach. Contact the church office if you need more information or wish to volunteer to help any of the Thursday nights.

Community Service

Grace Episcopal Church  works with a local  Faith Based Community Resource Center providing resources for men and women post incarceration, post PTSD, post Hurricane Michael and anyone experiencing trauma and needing help. A New Day provides resources for housing and jobs, as well as physical, mental and spiritual support.


Friendly folks are always welcome to greet people as they arrive, hand out service leaflets, assist in seating, and collect offerings.  This is a great and easy way to serve, and to get to know our members and guests.

Reader and Prayer Leader

People from the congregation assist the priest by the reading of scripture and leading prescribed prayers contained in the Prayer Book.  Great public speaking skills are not necessary.  Only a desire to be involved and serve.

Acolyte and Chalice Bearer

Acolytes assist the priest by carrying in a cross at the beginning and end of the service, lighting candles and helping during the service.  Chalice bearers assist the priest by dispensing the cup of wine to people during the communion part of the service.

Altar and Flower Guild

This ministry involves providing flowers for Sunday service and for helping to prepare the altar before the service and clearing and putting away sacramental vessels after the service. 

Vestry/Board of Directors

Our vestry or board of directors have the responsibility for the day to day operations of the church as well as being involved in working with the priest on spiritual enrichment opportunities and worship planning.

Building and Grounds

Able bodied individuals are always welcome to help with the many small tasks and jobs needed to keep our facilities in shape.  A member of our vestry known as the Junior Warden is the primary responsible for coordinating these efforts.