Christian Education Offerings
Adult Class meets at 9:30 AM in the Parlor.
Children and Youth classes meet in the Parish Hall classrooms upstairs at 9:30 AM. All ages meet together in the back of the Children's Chapel for the reading of the bible lesson. Children and youth split for their activities and discussion, then come back together for a closing recap and prayer.
Children's Church gathers during the 10:30 service. Children ages 3-12 process together shortly after the 10:30 service begins to the Children's Chapel in the Parish Hall, and they rejoin their families during the Peace.
Tuesday Morning Class - Priest's Bible Study meets every Tuesday at 11 AM in the Admin Building.
Wednesday Bible Study- At Holy Comforter in Angelton at 6:00 PM. A carpool leaves Grace at 5:20, please gather by 5:10.
WhataJesus- Youth 6th-12th grade meet at the Whataburger in Alvin from 6:30-7:30 on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month for food, fellowship, and a Lectio Divina scripture reading using a lectionary-based resource, d365.org.
Morning Prayer- Meets in the church every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 9:30 AM.
Grace Church Scouting
Boy Scout Troop 400 meets every Tuesday night at 7:00 PM in the Parish Hall.
Cub Scout Troop 400 meet every Wednesday night at 6:30 PM in the Parish Hall.
Cursillo and Reunion Group
The Episcopal Cursillo is a renewal movement within the Episcopal Church. It consists of a 3 day weekend learning opportunity that encourages us to live in an intentional relationship to God. It provides tools for maintaining that relationship in a meaningful way. One of the tools is a reunion group that meets weekly to keep us connected and focused. Grace has an open Reunion Group that meets on Monday nights at various local restrauants at 6:30. Everyone is welcome, even those who have not been to Cursillo. For more information contact Rev. Nan Doerr, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daughters of the King
The Daughters of the King are an ecumenical group of lay women who have chosen to live by a "rule of life." That rule includes prayer and service for the church and the world.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew
The Brotherhood of Saint Andrew is an international organization of men and boys in the Episcopal Church. It grew from a request by the Rector of St. James Cathedral in Chicago for a group of laymen to work with a drunken man who had appealed for help. One of the members of the group suggested that the men call themselves the Brotherhood of St. Andrew since, as St. Andrew, they were trying to reach out to a brother and to bring him to Christ. Its first meeting was held on St. Andrew's Day, 1883 in a basement meeting room at St. James Cathedral in Chicago. One of their first projects was to place Bibles in rooming houses and hotels near St. James. This was 25 years before the Gideon Society began its work! By 1900 there were 15,000 chapters in 17 countries.
The only requirement for membership is to be a baptized Christian male at least 12 years of age. Our purpose is to bring men and boys to Christ to grow in faith through prayer, study, and service. The Richard Oliver Chapter, named for our founding director, previously met the first Saturday of the month following worship together in Morning Prayer. Since some members had difficulty meeting on Saturday, we are experimenting with meeting on the first Sunday morning of each month at 9:00 A.M.
For more information contact the Rev. Suzanne in the office or Tommy Peebles at
The official national publication of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew
Episcopal Church Women
Our Purpose as the Women of the Episcopal Church of the Diocese of Texas is to empower each other to live the life for which Christ called us by sharing His love through outreach, fellowship and spiritual growth. The ECW is the fellowship of ALL women of the Church and is organized to enable the women to serve our Lord through Service, Worship, Education, Evangelism and Pastoral Care. All women in the parishes and missions of the Episcopal Church, Diocese of Texas, are members.
The ECW Prayer
Almighty God, Heavenly Father, source of all knowledge and truth, be present with each of us meeting together as the Women of the Episcopal Church. Grant us open minds, compassionate hearts, honest words and gentle ways. Give us the grace to know your will, the courage to accept it and the strength to accomplish it. May we not forget the lessons from the past nor fear the challenges of the future. Bless us with your peace today and all the days to come, and may we ever pray, "Thy will be done". We live in your presence and pray in your Holy Name. Amen