Welcoming, Spiritual, Family Oriented
Grace Episcopal Church is located in the heart of downtown North Attleboro right next to the Richards Memorial Library at 104 North Washington Street.
Grace Episcopal Church is a small church, built in the Gothic tradition, that features many beautiful stained glass windows, a spectacular rose window in the east, and a depiction of the Transfiguration window in the west which comes aglow with the rays of the setting sun. The parish of Grace embraces the arts, and inside our sanctuary you will discover the quiet beauty of 14 hand-painted pictures that depict the Stations of the Cross.
Our worship is guided by the Cannons of the National Episcopal Church and by the Book of Common Prayer. But you do not have to be an Episcopalian to worship with us. Music enhances our worship, and we are proud to have a talented organist, Dr. Robert Lambe, and a choir of wonderful singers.
Our congregation worships together, prays together, and supports each other through good times and not so good times.
Fun, food and community bring us together!
We welcome all to join us, wherever you are in your spiritual journey.