Welcome to Grace Church
A Message to the Church from the Presiding Bishop
Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?
In this moment – when the stain of bigotry has once again covered our land, and when hope, frankly, sometimes seems far away, when we must now remember new martyrs of the way of love like young Heather Heyer – it may help to remember the deep wisdom of the martyrs who have gone before.
Grace Church is looking for an organist with classic training and experience to serve the parish, providing meditative and joyful ambience to the sacred litrugies, accompanying the choir and celebrating with us the wonder and myster of praise to our Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer. Alternately, we would accept one with keyboard experience who looks to learn the joys, majesty and nuances of the pipe organ.
The liturgy at Grace Church is both traditional and progressive, solemn and joyful and is based on the Book of Common Prayer, with Holy Communion as the primary celebration. The 1960 Moller pipe organ is the finest in our area, modeled on a traditional English instrument set in the fine acoustic of an historic building. Plans are currently underway for a complete renovation and expansion of the instrument.
Applicants are hoped to be aware of, or knowledgable in the Anglican choral tradition, classical organ repertoire and liturgical planning.
For more information, interested parties may call the Rector on his cell-phone at 570-241-2685 or the parish office at 570-253-2760.
+ A House of God for All +
The Rev’d Edward K. Erb, rector
Grace Church is a traditionally progressive or progressively traditional (depending on the day of the week) parish of the Episcopal Church, USA. A small parish with many opportunities for Children and Youth, Choirs, and Social Out-Reach such as our weekly Community Luncheon on Saturdays and our Annual Thanksgiving Together Dinner on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years’ Days. We host the 12-step programs for the area, and Cub Scout Pack 105.
Located on Courthouse Square (Central Park) in historic downtown Honesdale, PA at the corner of Church and Ninth Streets. One block east of Main Street (Routes 6 & 191).
|Sundays||8:00 a.m.||Spoken service|
|9:15 a.m.||Sunday School|
|10:00 a.m.||Service with music|
|Saturdays||5:00 p.m.||Contemporary & informal service (Parish Hall)|