...To know Christ and to make Him known
Mark 6:30-34 & 53-56
What Do You See?

“Vision is the art of seeing things that are invisible,” said Jonathan Swift.  Perhaps that is what the disciples failed to have in the Gospel this Sunday, the disciples wanted to "Send the crowds away."  The crowd had ruined their desired rest and need for solitude.  Jesus on the other hand looked on the situation to the new possibilities.  The crowds were hungry, the disciples wanted to send them away.  The disciples saw only one possibility.  Look for food in the village, they believed they could not feed the crowds.  Jesus saw not a crowd but a flock.  A flock without a shepherd.  It was Jesus' vision of what might be that made the difference.  Jesus is that way, he sees what is there and sees the possibilities others fail to see.  Jesus did not despair and say like the disciples, how will we feed the multitude of people, his faith made it possible for the miracle that occurred to happen. 

It is vision that will make our Grace Episcopal Church become the sacred place God is calling us to be.  Thank you to all who are making it possible! 

Fr. Munoz
If you have any needs, please do not hesitate to call at 

*~*8th Sunday after Pentecost *~*

On Sunday, July 18th, 2021
8:30 & 10 a.m.

We will also have the 10 a.m. service on YouTube

Can be printed if you are able

 ****Buildings and Grounds Funds Campaign****
Grace is situated at a moment in its history when God is calling us once again to a renewed greatness. True greatness, however, comes in serving and that is what Grace has done in its past and now proposes to do in a new way in the future. Grace’s grounds are beautiful; our buildings have a unique historical architectural quality, we have an abundance of land and a large parking lot, but they need upkeep if we are to attract people who will share in serving with a dynamic church that is growing rather than looking like it's at its last legs. To that end, we need to raise $50,000 to do this care and conservation; the good news is there is a lot of excitement and we are at about $30,000 or just above half the way there.  
Please prayerfully consider making a donation or pledge to the beautification of our landscaping and parking lot repairs. 
If you have already given towards this campaign,
Thank You!   
There is nothing like a dream to create the future -- Victor Hugo  
Together we can accomplish anything!  
In addition to the landscaping project, we are brainstorming ideas on a Labyrinth meditation garden and collecting some names and advice for professional designers/landscapers that might help us out. We have visions of transforming our current landscape of mulch to a welcoming landscape that will invite folks into our church, our churchyards and the Labyrinth. We are also thinking of low watering and maintenance requirements that we hope can be achieved with the help of creative designers. We hope to hold a brainstorming and ideation session toward the end of June. If you are interested in this project, please contact Susan Newlin and/or Janet Marseilles

*~*~Healing Eucharist~*~*
Wednesday 10:00 am


*~Wednesday Bible Study will be in the Coach House 10:30 am~*
Genesis 45
The story of Joseph

*~Note: on Wed. Aug. 5th, there will be no Bible Study~*

The Altar Flowers are provided by
Janet Marseilles in Memory of her Mother:

Teri Cooper

Altar flowers can be dedicated in honor or memory of
a special person or occasion

Dedication date available for July 25th
August dates available for the 1st, 8th and 29th

To sign up, please follow the instructions on the Flower Dedications
and Donations page on our website. You can also sign up by email or
on the schedule posted on the bulletin board located
in the Coach House.

40 hats were knitted and sent to
The Seamen’s Church Institute:
Thank you to all who participated!

New Bulletin Board in Coach House
We have a new bulletin board in the coach house! We will be posting the latest vestry minutes, diocese announcements, the monthly server schedule, and flower calendar. 
Videographer Needed
If you are interested in live streaming the 10 a.m. Sunday service please contact Cynde Durnford-Branecki @ gracesmcommunications@gmail.com It’s really easy to do, a laptop will be provided, and you will be trained.
Prayer Chain
If you are interested in being a part of the Prayer Chain, please contact Pam Wheatland @ pamwheatland@gmail.com

If anyone is in need of meals, please contact Shoshana Aguilar or call
951-294-4456 with any questions you may have.

Giving Statements will be available for pick up at the Church this weekend


Your offerings can be made either by mail or through Paypal on the website at: www.gracesanmarcos.org

Grace Episcopal Church
1020 Rose Ranch Rd.
San Marcos, CA 92069

 Grace is now able to receive your tithes and offerings through San Diego County Credit Union. There are no fees and your offering is sent directly to Grace's account. For our bank information & any questions please contact 
Judy in the office. 
Thank you for your continued support of Grace and it's ministry.

  Thank you for your faithful support!
Canine Companions
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Do you get our weekly Grace Note email? If not, then please email Judy at the office 

Fr. Frank Munoz Fr.FrankMunoz@outlook.com

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