January 17, 2021
Second Sunday after Epiphany
Wishing you an awareness of
God's Presence, Love and Peace
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The Office is Open!

Normal Office Hours are Tuesday - Friday 9am - 4pm

Face Masks are required in the building.
The Annual Meeting of Grace Episcopal Church, Port Huron
will be held virtually on
January 24, 2021
starting with 10am Morning Prayer Service
and transitioning to meeting afterward.
Meeting will be held via Zoom.

Meeting ID: 838 2241 1000
Password: 991674



Dial by phone for voice only connection:
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
       +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
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You will need the meeting ID and password above.

Please feel free to contact the church if you have any questions.
In lieu of the
Annual Chili Cookoff
it has been suggested we hold a
Please submit your favorite chili or any potluck recipe to
Recipes will be compiled and be made available at a later date.

If you missed hearing Presiding Bishop Michael Curry's message during our Sunday service last week, you can view it here.
Service will be live-streamed at 10am
on both our Facebook and YouTube pages.
At this time only those who have a participating role
can be in attendance in the church while filming.
You do not need to have an account with either platform to view.
Staying Safe at Grace
We are asking everyone who is at Grace for any reason to use available sanitizing products to clean up after themselves. It would help a lot to get donations of paper towels, Lysol or Clorox spray, Lysol or Clorox wipes, large hand sanitizer bottles and tissues. You may drop these off whenever the office is open. As you may have discovered, it is hard to order these online or in bulk, but then are often available in stores. Thanks so much for your help!
Send names to be added
to the prayer list to
Remember to check with the person you are praying for, since our prayer names will (eventually) be in bulletin and our services will be online for a few weeks.
You can also call the office with your names.
As usual, we will keep a name on for four weeks
and then you need to renew.
Grace Outreach and #C4Yourself church are so very grateful for your continued donations to our food pantry. We continue to, weekly, pack bags of food and toiletries for seniors and families identified by school principals. Below you can find the list of items we need to keep our pantry servicing the needs of our neighborhood community.
The church office is open Tuesday-Friday from 10am-4pm if you would like to donate items. Special thanks to Nancy Kelley, Jane Clay, and Carol White for their weekly packing and Kevin Totty and team for delivering these bags!
List of the items always in need.
Bold items are in the greatest need.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly/Jam
  • Cereal
  • Juice/Juice Boxes
  • Granola/Protein Bars
  • Chicken Noodle Soup
  • Canned Fruit/Fruit Cups
  • Canned Spaghetti
  • Pasta & Spaghetti Sauce
  • Toilet Paper
  • Tissues
  • Napkins
  • Paper Towels
  • Hand Soap/Bar Soap
  • Toothbrushes & Toothpaste
  • Laundry Soap
  • Dish Soap
  • Vaseline/Lotion
Lessons appointed for the Second Sunday after Epiphany Click Here
The Book of Common Prayer Click Here
Morning Prayer begins on page 75. Ante-Communion begins on page 355.
The Sunday readings are also available by
clicking on a link on our Web Page.

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WEEKLY SATURDAY Virtual Evening Prayer and Check-In with Lydia on January 16th at 5:30pm. If you don't have a prayer book, you can find it online here. We are using the Eucharistic Readings for Sunday which you can locate on this calendar. To join just click here

Grace 10am Service will be live-streamed on Facebook & YouTube.
see above for links

Washington National Cathedral Sunday Holy Eucharist at 11am will celebrate with preaching by Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, Professor of Sociology, Georgetown University and author.  Click Here
Facebook link to above event click here
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, here’s a lovely two-minute immersion in amazing archival footage from the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. No doubt Dr. King would want us to remember and celebrate all the people who made the march possible - inspiring us 57 years later to keep working, marching, and fighting for jobs, freedom, equal rights, liberation, inclusivity, and a world where Black lives truly matter.
Saltproject.org wanted to make this labor of love available for congregations and individuals everywhere, so download and share it far and wide: in worship, on social media, on your website, with your family and friends. Let freedom ring!
People of Color Who Inspire:
Martin Luther
King, Jr.

This is a new addition to the the Stories from the Communion of Saints. A hero who is not an official saint of the church, but a Christian person who inspires us all to strive for justice, and respect the dignity of every human being.

We greatly appreciate you continuing your financial support to Grace.
If you have continued to send in your pledge, THANK YOU!

The staff and volunteers are working hard behind the scenes at home finding ways to keep in contact, to stay connected and to keep things running as smoothly as possible. Thanks to those who have made extra donations to support our outreach to needy families.

Possible ways to continue your support:
* mail a check to the church
* donate online

REMEMBER: Another way to support Grace is by making your purchases through smile.amazon.com. Just go here and shop!:

And yet another way is by linking your Kroger card to Grace Port Huron. You go online to sign up and a percentage of you purchase goes to support Grace.
One of the things we all miss while sheltering at home, is seeing everyone on Wednesdays, Saturdays and/or Sundays. Lydia is going to host a "zoom" gathering on January 20th 10:00am to 11:30am.

To participate you need a smartphone, tablet or computer, ideally with a built in microphone and camera. You don't need to be one of the Wednesday regulars. Anyone who would like to ask questions, talk, pray is welcome.

To join just click here

You may be asked to download app or you can just go to cloud version.

Call Lydia at 810-987-2863 or 810-887-8194.

Virtual Evening Prayer and Check-In on
January 16th & January 23rd at 5:30pm
If you don't' have a prayer book, you can find it online here:
We are using the Eucharistic Readings for Sunday which you can locate on this calendar.

To join just click here
In-person meetings
are currently paused
until further notice

If you would like to be contacted about Zoom Meetings
for this group during the pause, please contact 
Ann Brown at 810-434-8396.

This group meets by Zoom at 10:00 a.m. the first & third Thursdays of each month.
If you know someone who might need comfort during an illness or trauma,  we have prayer shawls that are made by this group for just that purpose.  If you would like to knit or crochet a shawl, please let Ann know.  We have yarn and patterns to get you started. 
We will meet via Zoom on
Monday, Jan 25th at 6pm.
We’ve chosen,
A Good Neighborhood,
by Terese Ann Fowler.

In person meetings are currently paused until further notice.

We will meet via Zoom on
Monday, Feb 22nd at 6pm.
We’ve chosen,
The Vanishing Half,
by Britt Bennett.
Please contact Mary Gale McPharlin if you would like to be sent the Zoom link to join.
Hello Friends!

Check out this week's
Virtual Sunday School Classroom!
Along with the lectionary material for this week,
I have added a few things about
Martin Luther King, Jr. too!
Clicking the image above will take you to this new Sunday School format. A desktop/laptop computer is needed (a phone will not work). Once there, you will find links to all of the readings & activities for this week's lesson. I hope you enjoy learning with it! I am constantly learning new things, so please be patient with my learning curve.

We will be continuing to use the curriculum Living the Good News as our main resource, but I will also include other resources I find that I think you will enjoy.

If you are in need of supplies to participate, please let me know, but I think you will find that most items needed you will already have at home.

Mrs. Larson
Please share with Mrs. Larson what you are up to at home!
We'd love to see your smiling faces!
And maybe you'll see yourself on Grace's Facebook page!