On Wednesday evenings in Advent, come and gather at Spirit of Grace for a simple soup supper and discussion on artistic depictions of the stories and characters of Advent! Our meal begins in the fellowship room at 5:15pm, followed by a simple evening prayer worship service that begins in our sanctuary at 6:15pm. All are welcome to come and gather, regardless of religious tradition or faith practice.
Spirit of Grace invites you to join us in celebration this Christmas season! All are welcome to come and join us for a Candlelit Service of Lessons and Carols this Christmas Eve, beginning at 7pm.
In the event of bad weather, worship will be moved online via Zoom. This decision will be announced via our website, and the link to join the worship service will be made available here at that time as well.
All are invited to join us for worship in-person every Sunday at 10am!
Sunday morning worship is also live-streamed to our Facebook page.
The live-stream begins a few minutes before 10am, and is available for viewing anytime afterwards.
Sunday Worship Livestream
If you encounter difficulties with the livestream on the website, please visit our Facebook page to continue watching the service.
About Spirit of Grace
Mission Statement: To be a vital, forward-thinking congregation that lives into God’s call to love the world by embodying service, change, and mutual-relationships with one another and our community.
Vision Statement: To be agents of change, called to serve as God’s Living Bridge, connecting community with God’s grace so that all may know God’s unending mercy, abundant love, and radical welcome to all people, just as they are.
At Spirit of Grace, we believe that the love of God knows no bounds; that every person is beloved by God, bearing the image of the Divine. We affirm the inherent goodness of all of God’s children, many of whom have so often been prohibited from being their whole, authentic selves in God’s church on earth. We welcome persons of any and every race, ethnicity, physical and mental ability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.
We lament the harm that the greater Church has committed against marginalized communities, and are working to take intentional steps towards repair and reconciliation with these communities. Our faith moves us to commit ourselves to the work of racial equity and anti-racism, as we strive to create a world that more closely resembles God’s promised Kingdom. We long to be a community of people from all walks of life, made up of every age, race, ethnicity, culture, class, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic status, marital status, physical and mental ability, education, and faith history. We will not tolerate views that promote hatred or exclusion, nor will we allow conflict over differences to divide us. We believe that we are all growing into the fullness of who God wants us to become, and strive to practice grace with one another as we learn and grow.
We believe that God calls us all to be one in Christ, united in our uniqueness and diversity. Whoever you are, and wherever you are in your journey of faith, you are loved by God and welcome here at Spirit of Grace.