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Our Wednesday evening service of Evening Prayer, November 18, can be enjoyed here via FaceBook.
Please join us as often as you can and stay connected.
Dear People of God,
As we move into the autumn, our worship schedule remains the same, yet our life of faith and ministries continues to move us forward.
November is a month in which we talk much about “giving thanks.” This year, we may struggle to find things for which to give thanks; yet there are many if we will but pause and look back on our lives.
The Search Committee is hard at work, conducting interviews with applicants for the rector’s position. Please keep all…Search Committee and applicants in your prayers. Looking back over these months, we can remember many good things, many grace-filled moments for which to give thanks. The future holds much promise.
Our Jubilee Food Pantry continues to bring food to those in need each Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Plans are now being made for Advent and Christmas with attention as to how we continue to stay connected while masked and separated yet celebrate the beginning of our new liturgical year and the glorious birth of Jesus.
Please stay in touch and stay connected. We will come together again in worship, service and education.
God’s continued blessings on you and yours,
Betty McWhorter +
Coming to In-Person Worship at Grace Church:
The rules are many. You may read them all here. There is also a video here available regarding the reopening rules. However, the following four must be followed before a person is allowed to enter for worship:
Who can attend worship? Anyone who agrees to follow the rules below:
1)Anyone who is ill; has a temperature, cough or sneeze; has a compromised immune system shall not attend worship. Please stay home and join us in our live broadcast at 10 a.m. via FaceBook Live. This live broadcast is also recorded and can be viewed later at your convenience.
2) People over the age of 60 are encouraged to stay home; however, if you meet the standard in #1, you will not be turned away.
3) A mask must be worn at all times while in worship. If you should forget your mask, the church will supply you with one.
4) You must register as you enter the church so that we can do contact tracing if need be.
Thank you for helping us move Grace Church forward in our desire to gather for worship. If you have questions/comments, please contact me at email@example.com or call/text to 202 207 5463.
Office Hours: As of June 16, our church office has re-opened. We are open on Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 12 noon.
Jubilee Food Pantry: As of July 2, our Jubilee Food Pantry is open on Tuesday and Thursday only from 9-11:30 a.m. Masks are mandatory for all.
Community Dinners and all other meetings: Closed for now. Check back for the latest updates.
Contact us via phone: 503-325-4691 or Email us
1545 Franklin Avenue ~ Astoria, Oregon 97103
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Our mission: “With the Grace of God and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we seek and serve Christ in ourselves and our neighbors.”
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