Grace Episcopal Church
Walking the Way of Love
Parish News
For the week of March 7, 2021
We have suspended in-person worship at Grace until it is safe to regather.
Renovation in the nave has begun. Entrance to undercroft is restricted and there is no public parking in the church lot during construction.
The view the progress please see our webpage
The Way of the Cross: Video & Reflection Guide
The devotion known as the Way of the Cross is an adaptation of a custom widely observed by pilgrims to Jerusalem: the offering of prayer at a series of places in that city traditionally associated with our Lord’s passion and death. This practice is also known as Stations of the Cross.
The Department of Lifelong Learning at Virginia Theological Seminary is pleased to offer a video version of The Way of the Cross and a reflection guide in both English and Spanish. Through scripture, art, and music, the video invites us to walk with Christians of every generation on a virtual pilgrimage, meditating on our Lord’s passion and death. Permission is granted for unlimited use of this video.
The liturgy for this devotional multimedia experience comes from the Book of Occasional Services. The artwork is Margaret Adams Parker’s Stations of the Cross Paintings (2019), and the music is composed by Marty Wheeler Burnett (©2020 St. James Music Press,
March Birthdays
George Huger (3/5) Woody Sadler (3/7) Emma Brooke (3/8) Jonathan Webster (3/8) Carole Elmore (3/8) Anne Grizzle (3/9) Mary Price (3/10) John Doyle (3/11)
Alice Furgerson (3/11) Daniel Mastin (3/11) Cindy Mullen (3/14) John Milford (3/15) Shay Peters (3/16) Catherine Harcus (3/16) Ed Craun (3/17) Bill Sayre (3/17) Pat McGuire (3/17) Gray Huger (3/18) Elizabeth Knapp (3/18) Amber Lewis (3/18) Wade Branner (3/19) Cecile West-Settle (3/19) Polly Lawrence (3/23) Laura Stearns (3/23)
Rose Gordon (3/24) Sharon White (3/25) AP Smith (3/26) Kathryn Hill (3/27) Sarah Dagen (3/29) Hope Huger (3/31)