We have uploaded a video of prayer and sermon for the Third Sunday of Epiphany here.
We have recommenced Sunday worship in accordance with the Diocesan Guidelines here unless otherwise announced; these guidelines include meeting any requirements set by the Governor of New York or other lawful authority. Our average attendance is currently below the 25% of our official capacity so please come along and join us – our Church is spacious and we will ensure that we accommodate all worshipers with appropriate social distancing when at or below 25% capacity.
Grace Episcopal Church…
…Canton NY invites you to worship with us every Sunday at 9:00 am; our worship is always followed by fellowship with coffee, tea and other refreshments.
Grace Church was consecrated in 1836 and Christians continue to worship and serve God at our Church location as well as through our community and ecumenical outreach. We hold a traditional service every Sunday of the year at 9:00 am as well as local ministries which include: a monthly community supper and a weekly recovery group based on Celebrate Recovery.
Grace Episcopal Church is currently working with Transformation Hope Ministry (THM) – a not for profit, charitable organisation – to establish a pilot women’s half-way house in its currently unused rectory. Located immediately beside the Church, this half-way house, if approved by the local planning board and other authorities, will be the only women’s home within St Lawrence county.
Grace Episcopal Church welcomes all community members wishing to join and worship a small group of committed Episcopalians who worship God and put God’s word and mission into action within the Canton, NY community and we look forward to inviting you into our worship on this or any other Sunday.
We worship with Holy Communion every Sunday of the year at 9:00 AM with Holy Communion; all are welcome to join us for our sung service and liturgy, followed by coffee and sometimes cake afterwards.
Grace Episcopal Church uses the modern English service from the 1979 Book of Common Prayer as used by thousands of other Episcopalians throughout the world.
Here is a link to 9 E Main St, Canton, NY on Google Maps: