Worship Services

We’re pleased to offer 10 am in-person worship, and a simpler, shorter service at 8:15 am each Sunday. We do follow all COVID protocols as they are updated. If you prefer to worship via online platforms, please connect to our Facebook page (we connect and greet at 9:45), and our services are also found on our YouTube page. Updates to Sunday worship, Sunday School and other services are found in e-Notes; if you are not receiving them, please sign up HERE for all things Grace.

We offer Holy Communion the first Sunday of each month, with COVID-safe elements.

Our sanctuary is open for private prayer Monday – Fridays, 8:30 – 1:30 p.m. Please enter through the main office entrance.

For the above in-person opportunities, masks and physical distancing are required when indoors; thank you.


The 8:15 a.m. service is a simple, more intimate service of Word and Table, with prayers, hymns, sermon and Holy Communion.

The 10:00 a.m. worship features hymns, prayers, sermon, and soon, music from the Chancel Choir in a traditional format. Holy Communion is celebrated once a month, typically on the first Sunday of the month.

The Nursery is open from 8:00 – 11:15 each Sunday for children from birth to age 3.

The United Methodist Church recognizes an open table for Holy Communion, which means that all are welcome to participate in the meal. Read more information about Holy Baptism.

To access a recent sermon at Grace, visit our Sermons page.

Lenten and Easter Worship 2022

Grace will offer drive-by ashes and Holy Communion at 7:30-8:30 a.m.; 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.; and 6 – 6:30 p.m. The Ash Wednesday worship service will be at 7:00 p.m. in the sanctuary with Rev. Levon Sutton preaching.

Sunday, March 6 | Lent I | Rev. Amy P. McCullough preaching
Sunday, March 13 | Lent II | Rev. Amy P. McCullough preaching
Sunday, March 20 | Lent III | Rev. Amy P. McCullough preaching
Sunday, March 27 | Lent IV | Rev. Levon Sutton preaching
Also on Sunday, March 27, we will have a Taizé Healing Service at 5:00 p.m. in the Courtyard
Columbarium. It will be a simple, contemplative service with songs from the Taizé community, sermon by Rev.
Amy McCullough, and a time of anointing with oil as a symbol of God’s healing presence.
Sunday, April 3 | Lent V | Rev. Amy P. McCullough preaching