Celebrate the season at Grace!
When: Sunday, December 22 at 10 a.m.
Where: Grace Church Sanctuary
About: Please join all the Grace Church choirs for a service of Lessons and Carols during Sunday morning worship. The story of the promise of the Messiah and the birth of Jesus is told in readings from Genesis, the prophetic books and the Gospels, interspersed with the singing of anthems, spirituals and familiar carols. The service first took place in Truro Cathedral in 1880 and has since been celebrated in churches and cathedrals throughout the world. It is most famously broadcast from King’s College, Cambridge, and heard by millions of people world-wide.
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.
All are welcome to attend Grace Church’s 2019 Fall Benefit Concert. This year, the funds will go to the BROC Community Action Fuel Assistance Fund.
When: October 6 at 4 pm
Where: Grace Church Sanctuary, 8 Court Street, Rutland, 802-775-4301
About: Grace Church’s 2019 Fall Benefit Concert will aid the BROC Community Action Fund for fuel assistance. The choirs of Grace Church, as well as singers and instrumentalists from the region, join forces to raise money for a local charity.
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.
Please Note: As of Jan.17, due to the forecasted weather, the date has changed.
When: January 27, 2019, 10:00 AM
Where: Sanctuary Service
Jazz Sunday Celebration
We are excited to welcome back the Onion River Jazz Band to lead our 10 a.m.
morning worship on January 20, Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. They will
accompany the Sanctuary Choir as well as offer upbeat hymns and songs. Invite a
friend to Grace Church to experience this exciting contemporary style of worship.
Family Service with Nativity 6:00 PM –
The Children’s Choir and Joyful Noise offer upbeat Christmas anthems. The choirs will help lead the traditional Christmas story told through drama and song! We also welcome local tenor, Raymond White, to offer traditional secular and sacred songs for the prelude and postlude. Arrive early to hear Raymond’s delightful interpretations of seasonal favorites.
Christmas Prelude 10:25 PM –
Later that evening, at 10:30 p.m., the Sanctuary Choir will offer a Musical Prelude and be joined by Nova Wang, violin; Raymond White, tenor; and the Grace TTBB choir to offer beautiful and uplifting music.
Candlelight Service 11:00 PM –
The Candlelight Evening Service begins at 11 p.m., and will include the choral classics, O Magnum Mysterium by Morten Lauridsen, and Candlelight Carol by John Rutter. We will all share in the beauty and comfort of lighting candles and singing “Silent Night” as the wonder and mystery of Christmas unfolds.
Rev. John C. Weatherhogg, preaching
When: October 7, 2018 at 10:00 am
Where: Grace Church Sanctuary
About: Please join the Grace Church Sanctuary choir and SSAA choir to celebrate World Communion Sunday. The choirs will lead worship with a variety of songs from all over the globe, including the wonderful Spanish song, Samba de las Escrituras.
“World Communion Sunday is a celebration that began in 1933 by Dr. Hugh Thomson Kerr. It is observed by several Christian denominations, taking place on the first Sunday of every October. It promotes Christian unity and ecumenical cooperation. It focuses on an observance of the eucharist.”