Grace Church in Salem

385 Essex Street Salem MA 01970 978-744-2796 office@gracechurchsalem.org The Rev. Deborah Phillips, Rector Mark Engelhardt, Lay Associate

Grace 
Episcopal
Church 
in Salem

385 Essex Street
Salem, Massachusetts 01970

The Reverend Deborah Phillips, Rector

Sunday Service Schedule


8:00 am Holy Eucharist Rite II

10:30 am Choral Holy Eucharist Rite II

5:00 pm Celtic Meditations


9:00 am Young and the Restless Chapel

on the second Sunday of each month


Healing is offered the third Sunday of the month at all services,

and every week at 5:00 pm.




This Sunday


8:00 am     Holy Eucharist Rite II                            with Laying on of Hands

10:30 am   Holy Eucharist Rite II                            with Laying on of Hands

10:30 am  Church School  

5:00 pm   Celtic Meditations        



All are invited!!


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Celtic Meditations:

The Longest Night

A Service of Remembrance 


Worship Leaders' Schedule
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Last Website Update: 27 November 2014

The mission of Grace Church is to unconditionally invite all people to join us in building a faithful Episcopal 

congregation that through prayer, presence and partnering improves the quality of life by bringing everyone 

closer to God.


Please join us in our mission.

 

Find your way to Grace Church:

Free parking on Essex and Chestnut Streets

385 Essex Street Salem MA 01970
Grace Notes for 
December 16
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Bowditch School Partnership 

On November 14th, 76 students from the Nathaniel Bowditch School took a field trip to Grace Church to make the centerpieces for the school's Thanksgiving Dinner. Here are some pictures of the event.

We have been invited to join the students at their two concerts.


On December 12th the 2nd-4th graders put on a Winter Showcase beginning at 6:30.

On December 22nd there will be a Winter concert in which some of the4th graders will participate, again beginning at 6:30.  This is also the Festival of Trees.


We look forward to hearing the performances of our students.



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