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Worship is at the centre of Grace. We come together to hear the word of God, celebrate God's kindness, and be with the people of God. The Sunday services at Grace are in the Anglican tradition of worship, using the Book of Alternative Services and the Book of Common Prayer. Whatever your background, though, we welcome you to join us.

Our Services

Recognizing that people not only differ in how they choose to celebrate Christianity, but also that our spirituality can be so deeply rooted in our varying liturgical practices, Grace Church offers different ways in which to celebrate our faith and engage in the worship of God. Our services are currently online, with limited in-person options - though conditions evolve constantly.


8:00 am: Said Eucharist (no music), from the Book of Common Prayer (BCP).

Each week, the first service is followed by Christian Education hour at 9:00am. 


10:00 am: Sung Eucharist (with Cantor and recorded choir), using the Book of Alternative Services (BAS).


Weekdays at 9:00 am a service of morning prayer is held in the Chapel (to the right as you come in the door from the narthex). This brief service (fifteen minutes) is open to any who wish to join. 

During the coronavirus pandemic the Wednesday morning Eucharist is not being held. 

Occasional Services

Choral Matins is used once per year for the Remembrance Sunday service (the Sunday closest to November the 11th), and we do hold an occasional sung Evensong (a service of Evening Prayer from the BCP).  We observe all significant feasts in the church calendar on Sundays nearest to them, and we mark many of them with special services outside of Sundays, such as Christmas Eve and Day, Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Vigil.   

Baptisms take place several times a year.  If you are considering being baptized or would like your child to be baptized, please let us know at

Funerals are held at Grace. Please contact us  to learn more about funerals and internment in the columbarium.