Gathered in Worship, Living in Christ
Grupo de Jovenes
1st & 3rd Wednesdays 5-7pm
for grades K-12
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Worship is every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Lent at Grace
Lent is a season of contemplation; of prayer and repentance, that is, of discerning what changes we each may need to make in our life’s direction. This year we will use the metaphor of cocoon or chrysalis to guide our worship. Caterpillars of all sizes and shapes, wrap themselves in a cocoon, sometimes called a chrysalis, at a particular point in their life journey, and wait for the transformation of God. What do they do in there? Do they pray? Do they sleep? Do they dream? We don’t know, but we do know what God’s people are called to do as we open our hearts and minds and wait upon the transformative power of Christ. We are called to self-denial, to prayer, fasting, and an examination of our conscience, assessing our lives and deeds. Are we the person God created us to be? Are we the person we want to be? Is the path we are on the one that leads to God? This Lent, take time to wrap yourself in scripture and prayer. Open yourself to the power of the Spirit and make time and space for resurrection and new life!
“Grace is a small, beautiful church that looks very traditional, but is full of very open and welcoming believers.”
Ancient Words — Modern Times
The Episcopal Church believes that the way we pray forms us, transforms us. We pray the ancient words of Scripture and worship, handed down over the centuries, finding that they still are alive and speaking to us today. They compel us into service, working for peace, and worship.
La Iglesia Episcopal cree que la forma en que oramos nos forma, nos transforma. Oramos las antiguas palabras de las Escrituras y la adoración, transmitidas a lo largo de los siglos, descubriendo que todavía están vivas y nos hablan hoy. Nos obligan a servir, trabajar por la paz y la adoración.