Grace Compline at 7:30 tonight will depend on the availability of Facebook at that hour. Facebook is down this afternoon worldwide.
Our Video Ministry Team leader Amy Kranick noticed the interruption and coordinated a response. Our Compline officiant tonight Don Hutchinson confirmed he is ready to lead worship at 7:30pm. We’re taking it as it comes.
Thank you to Amy, Don, Video Ministry Team members and all who worship God at Grace Compline online
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We are currently operating in accordance with
The Diocese of New Jersey and
the government of the State of New Jersey, and as such, all non-essential public worship and public gatherings are suspended until further notice.
We are looking forward to the time that we can safely and responsibly worship together in person again.
That time will come, and when it does, we will rejoice, be glad, and let you know immediately.
But until then, we sincerely hope that you will join us online:
Sundays 10 AM – Worship – Facebook Live Video
Weekdays 7:30 PM – Compline (end of day prayers) – Facebook Live Video
Tuesdays 11 AM – Bible study – live interaction on Zoom
*No Facebook account needed.
All are welcome at Grace Church, Merchantville
Before the Service, speak to God; during the service, let God speak to you; after the service, speak to one another.
The Rev. Dr. Patrick “PAT” Close
8 AM, Rite One, Traditional
10 AM, Rite Two, Contemporary
4:00 PM, Rite Two, with prayers for healing
Altar Guild – First Sunday of the month 12:00 Noon
Choir Rehearsal – Thursday 7-8:30 PM
E C W as announced
Food Pantry – Wednesday 12:00 – 2:00 PM
Men’s Club as announced
Sunday School – 9AM – 10AM (September to June)
Youth Group as announced
Vestry – Second Tuesday 7:00 PM
St Clare’s Thrift Shop – Friday & Saturday 10:00 AM-2:00 PM
We are a welcoming and diverse community of faith that seeks to follow the way of Jesus Christ by serving and worshipping God.
∙ Worshipping in the love of Christ’s teachings and the Episcopal tradition reveals God more clearly so that we understand His call to us and live a life of faith.
∙ Every spiritual journey is unique and nurtured by curiosity about God and the nature of faith.
∙ We show our love of Jesus through outreach to the world around us.
∙ Stewardship, the nurturing of our earth and the sharing of our resources and gifts, is an essential part of who we are.
∙ An awareness of critical issues inspires us to align ourselves with the teachings of Jesus.
∙ Opportunities for fellowship strengthen the bonds of a community.
∙ Christian education at all ages deepens our relationship with God.
Worshiping and Serving Since 1873