Worshipping Remotely

Connect, Love, Care

Services

IN-PERSON WORSHIP

Grace Church gathers for in-person worship. We are back and all are welcome. Halleluiah!

Doors will open at 9:15.  

Virtual Service via the zoom platform will continue. Sign in instructions can be accessed below.

 

As approved by Vestry and in accordance with the Diocese, special procedures will be in place for those who plan to attend. 

We will have someone stationed at the front door to ensure that masks are worn and worn correctly (nose and mouth to both be covered). We will provide masks to those who might forget them. You will then take a seat in one of the designated pews. Connected people may, of course, sit together. 

 

When the service is finished, please exit without gathering.

We ask you to meet and greet outside the church, observing social distancing guidelines. Any conversations inside the church are discouraged. Fully vaccinated people may sing with their masks on!

As always, if you are not feeling well, please join the virtual service via the Zoom platform.

We look forward to seeing you!

Join our virtual service

New to our virtual service?

Welcome!

Sunday Service starts at 9:15 for technology setup. Service from 9:30 to 10:30.

 

VIrtual Service Zoom Instructions

Grace Church will hold virtual Sunday Services.

Using a program called Zoom, we will hold a morning prayer service, led by Rev. Grant, with music from Bob Lambe.

 

Click on the black box for instructions.

 

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Virtual worship opportunities

There are a number of services available, live streaming and recorded that are available.

Click on the black button to view them.

MANAGING STRESS

Tips for Coping with the Stress of COVID - 19

Are you feeling stressed and anxious? 

Here are some resources. Click on the black boxes.

CDC launches Coronavirus Self-Checker

 

The CDC launched an online bot called Clara to help people who think they may have COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, decide whether to seek medical care. The Coronavirus Self-Checker asks questions to establish the user's level of illness and their location, and recommendations for users may include calling 911 or staying at home and contacting a professional. Click on this link to access it.  Coronavirus Self-Checker