Welcome to Grace Episcopal Church!
We are back to In-Person Worship!
Please join us for In-Person Worship
We are pleased to announce that we have returned to in-person worship at Grace Church. It has been one difficult year, but with vaccination rates climbing we are so excited that the Bishop has allowed us to resume worship. You can read the full Diocesan Guidelines online here: http://bit.ly/DiocesanGuidelines. But here is what to expect when you come back:
- Masks must be worn throughout your entire time in the building.
- Social distancing remains necessary—with seating in alternating pews.
- The windows in the Church will be opened during the service to create proper air exchange in the space. Please dress warmly as we make this accommodation.
For those who are uncomfortable in coming back yet, we will continue to offer the prerecorded 9:30am service until the middle of June. We will also attempt to live-stream the 10am service from Grace via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/GraceinRandolph), but we’re uncertain of the audio quality and whether it is sufficient to make the livestream effective. Should that be that case, you’ll always be able to watch the livestream from St. Luke’s Facebook (with familiar faces leading the service)https://www.facebook.com/StLukesJamestown.
Schedule of Upcoming Services for May and June
May 16: Communion (Cathy Smith)
May 23: Communion (Cathy Smith) Pentecost: Wear RED (Live organist)
May 30: Communion (Luke Fodor)
June 6: Morning Prayer (Jessica Frederick)
June 13: Communion (Cathy Smith)
June 20: Communion (Luke Fodor) Father’s Day
June 27: Morning Prayer (Jessica Frederick)
Any 5th to 12th graders are welcome to join the St. Luke’s youth group (run by Luke and Jessica) from 6pm to 7:30. For the Month of May they’ll be meeting at First Presbyterian Church in Jamestown. Call Jessica Frederick (716) 483-6405 for more details.
Grace Partners with Randolph Melioristic Theatre
Alumni from the Randolph Melioristic Theatre, including our own Kalan & Stephanie Brown and Dan & Sara Yarrington, are creating a series of webisodes that will be shared through various social media platforms and will provide viewers around the world the opportunity to donate to “Randolph Melioristic Theatre’s Young Artists’ Fund.” This fund will provide financial support that will allow youth ages 6-21, living in the Randolph area, to actively take part in the arts. https://www.facebook.com/RandolphMelioristic/
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