A friendly Episcopal parish in Henry County in a historic downtown building. We offer Godly Play for the children and beautiful traditional worship.
What makes Grace Church truly unique is the warmth, vitality, and embracing nature of its people. We are a worshiping community that has Jesus Christ at our center. Sunday mornings are the centerpiece of our week together, but there is so much more going on among us—people gathering for encouragement and support, and for spiritual and personal growth. Grace Church has so many open doors to its family and so many smiling faces to welcome you.
Besides our faithful commitment to Jesus Christ, the thing that may define us most is our love of fellowship. We are a community that loves to have fun, and we do just that. The strength of our parish family is the relationships that bind our people together. This binding happens in times of crisis—when we circle around those who need that love—but those relationships begin in the social occasions that our parish family relishes. We are a community that is blessed by God’s love, and we live into that by coming together to celebrate God’s love.
We warmly invite you to visit and participate.
The Reverend Dorothy Hartzog, supply clergy
The Reverend Bill Burks, supply clergy
|10:30 a.m.||Worship Service, including Godly Play for children|
Other Ministries and Programs
Daughters of the King
Women of Grace
Men’s breakfast group
Tues-Fri, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Information updated January 2022.