July 3 ~ Travelogue

Join us on July 3rd for a Gather With Grace Travelogue and Potluck Dinner!

Ben Green will share his recent travels through New Zealand. As well as presenting pictures and stories, Ben will lead us in the HAKA – an ancient Maori traditional dance. The evening will begin with a potluck dinner at 6 pm in the Grace Church Fellowship Hall. Please bring something to share. The travelogue will begin at 6:45 pm and finish around 8 pm.

FREE – All ages welcome!

*We are located on the corner of Court and West.  For parking, enter our lot from
West Street.   Street parking is also available on Court Street.

The handicap entrance may be accessed through the north side portico of Grace Church via the parking lot.  The elevator is located in the central part of the building.

 

April 22 – ‘Paris to Pittsburgh’ Documentary Screening on Climate Change

A screening of a National Geographic documentary titled, “Paris to Pittsburgh” will take place from 7 to 9 PM in Fellowship Hall at Grace Congregational Church. The film will be followed by a panel discussion.

Across the country, the consequences of climate change are increasingly evident. These impacts have created a new force for change as mayors, governors, businesses, and everyday citizens launch local climate solutions.

You can view a trailer for this film.

The event is sponsored by Vermont Climate and Health Alliance and Vermont Interfaith Power & Light. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

May 19 ~ RAC Spring Concert

Sunday, May 19, 2019 ~ Rutland Area Chorus Spring Concert at 4 pm

The RAC will be joined by a professional brass and percussion ensemble to offer John Rutter’s world-famous, Gloria and Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring by J.S. Bach. The Grace Sanctuary Choir will also sing Rutter’s setting of Psalm 150, which was written in 2002 to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.  The brass ensemble will give the world premiere of a new arrangement of the Prelude and Fugue in C, BWV 547, by J.S.Bach.

A freewill offering will be accepted towards the concert and performance series at Grace Church.  A reception will follow in the Grace Fellowship Hall.

Apr. 28 ~ Spring Hymn Sing

Spring Hymn Sing – April 28 at 4pm

Please join us in the Grace Church Sanctuary to sing seasonal hymns. Baritone, David Castonguay, will perform The Five Mystical Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams accompanied by Alastair Stout. A reception will follow in the Parlor.

March 31 – Benefit Concert

Each year, Mentor Connector volunteers guide over 150 vulnerable youth (age 5-21) through life-changing friendships to build goals, character, and skills to be successful in life. Everything they do, every family they serve, and every dollar they spend is focused on creating sustainable, lasting change for Rutland County youth.

Join us on March 31st to support Mentor Connector at our Benefit Concert full of many local musicians, including:

Grace Church Sanctuary Choir
Slate Valley Singers
Grace SSAA Choir
Jennifer Hoult, harp

David Castonguay, baritone
Barry Cohen, bassoon
Court Gettel, flute
Christy Papandrea, flute
Diane Chartrand, piano
Alastair Stout, piano

*Freewill Offering will be collected to support Mentor Connector.

Mar. 3 – Rutland: 350VT Meeting

Join our climate justice group to discuss climate action for the Rutland area and organize local solutions!

When: Sunday, March 3, 2019, 3:00-5:00pm

Where: Grace Church Youth Center

About: Rutland Area 350VT will be holding a meeting in the Youth Center to discuss our next steps in climate justice in the Rutland area.  All are invited to attend and join with others in dealing with urgent issues around climate.

350VT organizes, educates, and supports people in Vermont to work together for climate justice – resisting fossil fuels, building momentum for alternatives, and transforming our communities toward justice and resilience.

Questions? E-mail:  rutland@350vt.org.


Related subject:

Dr. Edward Cameron visits Grace

Listen to sermon given on February 17, 2019 by Dr. Edward Cameron regarding climate change and how we can make a difference.