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Grace Chapel is an English-speaking, multicultural congregation rooted in
Anglican/Episcopal traditions. We are a combination of liberals, conservatives,
citizens, immigrants, Anglicans and Episcopalians, Pentecostals and
Evangelicals, all wrestling with the complexity of our times and striving to
embody the qualities of both the lion and the lamb as expressed in Christ. We
are devoted to breaking down walls created by differences and celebrating the
beauty and blessing of our uniqueness in Christ.
Every Third Sunday
10 AM Est/4 PM Wat
9 PM Eastern time
2 PM Est. / 7 PM WAT
12 - 1PM EST // 5 - 6 PM NG TIME
Apr. 17, 2022
A Special Easter Worship
Our Sunday Faith Formation Program was designed to engage our children and other youth who do not currently have their own home church. Our experience at the Brigade Youth Program has been that children invite their friends to our Sunday worship. When they come, these youngsters are fascinated to see their friends serve as acolytes on the altar, as ushers, and as teachers to the younger kids at Sunday School or sing in the choir. Some of our children have invited their friends to witness and celebrate their baptisms or confirmations. Our young visitors often want to return to learn more deeply about our community, and we’d like to encourage them to do so.
When we meet people where they are, we journey with them and together to be come like Jesus. We do these by inviting our friends to baptism or confirmation classes. We welcome our friends to consider making GCB their home Church, and we also encourage friends to join one of our small groups.
With a monthly focus topic from the IESSP innovation, every week at GCB is inspiring. We invite you to join any of our weekly programs, and you will find a common theme guiding everyone towards the same goal to become like Jesus.
Luke | The Eyewitness Bible Series
The Eyewitness Bible Series, Luke, consists of twenty 12-18 minute videos and related study guides. The videos are narrative accounts by Bible personalities of portions of Luke, such as Mary discussing the births of John the Baptist and Jesus as described in Luke 1 and 2.