Due to the coronavirus, Grace Church has temporarily closed to the public, but please click buttons below for remote worship and other remote content.
This closure impacts all parish activities including Sunday worship, the Open Doors ministry, the Wednesday Eucharist, the Thursday Noon concerts, all meetings and ministry gatherings, all music lessons and choir rehearsals. We continue to send a weekly ENews, which now features links to virtual worship, virtual concerts and more! Please subscribe to our ENews using the form on the right side below, and find links to virtual content with the green buttons below.
A Word from Our Rector:
Welcome to Grace Church! While we’re living in a strange and frightening time, Grace Church continues to be an active and vibrant Christian community of faith, hope, and love. Although the big red doors of our church building may be closed for the time-being, we are still gathering and praying and serving and worshipping together, even if it’s all online! We hope you find in these pages words and images that will inspire you to join us digitally now and to visit us in person when our church building can once again open its doors to all.
– The Rev. Canon Jonathan Huyck+
What’s Happening at Grace
The Pavilion at Grace in downtown Providence, Rhode Island is a dazzling new modern event space connected to historic Grace Church right in the heart of downtown Providence. Completed in October 2017, this light-filled addition to Grace Church at 300 Westminster Street in Providence accepts bookings for wedding receptions and other catered events. Call Chris Barker at 401-331-3225 to schedule a tour.
Worship With Us
Sundays at 8 am
HOLY EUCHARIST Postponed
Sundays at 10 am
HOLY EUCHARIST WITH MUSIC
Click Here for Virtual Worship
Wednesdays at Noon
HOLY EUCHARIST AT NOON Postponed
Thursday Noon Concerts
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INFORMAL HALF-HOUR ORGAN, VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL CONCERTS
Open Doors Ministry Postponed
Monday through Friday, 11 am to 2 pm
OPEN TO VISITORS FOR VIEWING OR FOR PRAYER AND MEDITATION