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Kids in Church


Sunday 10:00am Service

Each Sunday morning for the 10:00am service, children get to participate in their own lesson shortly after Church begins. Children grades K-5 are instructed to follow the teacher for a loving lesson that correlates to the current readings for that Sunday. Anchor Club is very popular!  Bible lessons are taught in such a way that every child gets to participate and learn. Each of the class teachers are carefully screened and thoroughly trained in children’s instruction.



Sundays 5-7pm

We love our youth!  Life can get complicated once you cross that nebulous threshold into adulthood. There are complicated decisions. The youth ministry of our church, led by Todd And Michelle Cambron, provides a welcoming atmosphere for 6-12th Graders on Sundays from 5-7pm. 

Email Todd for more information: .

Music Notes


All singers, join our choir!  All musicians, let's make some music! 

Choir - If you enjoy singing, learning new music, making friends, and helping lead out with worship, why not join the Choir. We meet at 9:00am on Sunday mornings to practice for the 10:00am service. If you are interested, please contact Leonard Hild (904) 514-5415 or Jim Wright .

Handbell Ensemble- Handbell Ensemble rehearses Wednesdays 7:00pm to 8:00pm. If you are interested in learning more about joining Handbells, contact Jim Wright or Leonard Hild (904) 514-5415. We are considering starting a beginning group of Ringers.

Other musicians tell us what instrument you play and we'll get you involved! Please contact our Music Director, Jim Wright at for details. 



The Grace Ladies meet regularly for lunch and dinner fun. Contact Mallory King for more information:

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1st Thursday Monthly

The 1st Thursday of the month at 6:30pm, the men gather at Benedict Hall next to the Chapel. Just bring your favorite beverage and something to grill. A great way to relax during the week!  Sides provided.  Come grill with us! 

Contact Ryan King for more information at .



Deepen your faith and connection with God and others through reading and discussing Scripture and/or books on faith.  Join a bible study or start a new one.  Contact Rosemary Hitt at for more information.  

Prayer Group


Join our creative bunch to arrange beautiful flower displays for our altar.  No need to be a pro, we're not! Contact Vicki Roberts at for more information.



That's right, we have bees.  Truly God's creatures!  Our bees are busy working on honey to sell in the future.  Connect with Susan and Greg Howard to participate in this fascinating ministry:



Setting up Sacred Space

Setting the Lord’s Table for Sunday Eucharistic worship is performed by two or three member Teams who meet on Friday or Saturday to make these preparations.  Using the bulletin, hymn numbers are pulled/placed on hymn boards, candles are oiled, altar hangings are changed based on the church season, linens are replaced if soiled, gospel, lectionary and missal books are marked, chalices, patens, water and wine cruets are made ready and these along with collection plates are placed on the altar and credence tables.   Following Sunday worship, the team members will remove and clean items.    Approximate time for set up is one and one half hours for church and chapel and 15 to 20 minutes following the Sunday Church Eucharist. 

Contact: Liz Reiswig,



Join our Prayer Shawl group to knit beautiful prayer shawls and blankets for those who are sick or in need of comfort.  We also make shawls for Wounded Warriors that are blessed and given to Camp Weed’s retreat. This group meets on Wednesday mornings and training is available. 

Contact: Clara Sanchez

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Help serve and be a part of Worship.

For more information about :


Contact- Bill Spencer at 

Readers, Ushers, Lay Eucharistic Ministers

Contact- Jeff Flanders at

Intercessory Prayer Team

Contact- Karen Swinson at



We support a number of community outreach organizations and also engage in our own outreach ministries throughout the year as we aim to be the hands and feet of Christ to our neighbors.  Some of these organizations and ministries include:

*Clothes Closet

*Community Health Outreach

*Waste Not/Want Not

*Hygiene Kits for the Homeless

*Giving Trees Ministry (Christmas)


For more information or to get involved, please contact- Donna Mapel at

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Come help those in need by providing meals for those recovering from an illness or a hospital stay. To get involved, please contact Pat McHugh at



Help foster fellowship and community by providing snacks after church services or helping with our monthly Sunday Lunch Socials. Please see below for contact information for more details. 

Sunday Service Hospitality

Contact: Ari Cline at

Sunday Lunch Socials

Contact: Doris Latour at

Fancy Breakfast


Join the Property Committee to help with maintenance projects around the church grounds.  For more information, contact Charlie Young, Junior Warden, at 904-713-3024



This ministry provides funeral receptions as requested by church members. For more information, contact Doris Latour at



The International Order of the Daughters of the King is a lay religious order for women. Women in the Order are communicants of the Episcopal Church and church in communion with it - Anglican, Lutheran, and Roman Catholic. Reaffirming the promises made at Baptism and Confirmation, a Daughter pledges herself to a life-long program of prayer, service and evangelism. She receives support in this commitment from a worldwide community of like-minded women. The Mission of the Order is the extension of Christ's Kingdom through Prayer, Serice and Evangelism.

The Women of Grace chapter meets at Grace Episcopal on the 3rd Tuesday of the month for prayer, study, planning service projects, and sharing. Those interested in participating may arrange to attend a meeting as a guest to learn more. Please contact Pat McHugh at, or another Daughter for more information.

The Women of Grace are committed to the projects and services listed below, and are looking for other opportunities where we can be of assistance to Fr. Aaron and to our church.

  • Confidential Prayer requests for daily prayer. Prayer cards will be made available in the near future and will be located in the pews. In the meantime, please contact one of our Daughters (Sharon Chapman, Alicia Kellogg, Doris Latour, Pat McHugh and Mary Kay Montford) with any confidential needs you would like us to pray for.

  • Cooks on Call.  This is designed to help ease the daily burdens due to difficult circumstances of families or individuals who attend our church by providing ready-to-eat meals. This ministry is carried out by volunteers from Grace. To learn more about Cooks on Call (volunteering to deliver meals, cooking meals, etc) please reach out to


Thank you for contributing.