We have a variety of worship services including Holy Eucharist Rite I & II and Daily Morning Prayer.
We offer at 12:30 p.m. service of Prayers and Anointing for Healing.
Blessing of the Animals
Our annual Blessing of the Animals service is offered each fall. The 2017 date is October 1 at the 11:00 a.m. service. This event is co-sponsored by the Richmond SPCA. The Nursery will be open. Others services on October 1 are at 7:45 a.m., 8:45 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
A sacrament is an “outward and visible sign of inward and spiritual grace, given by Christ as sure and certain means by which we receive that grace.” (Book of Common Prayer, page 857) The Sacraments of the Episcopal Church are:
- Holy Baptism
- Holy Eucharist
- Holy Matrimony
- Reconciliation of a Penitent
- Unction of the Sick
Read more about the sacraments at Grace and Holy Trinity Church.
The music program at Grace and Holy Trinity Church is under the direction of Dr. Elizabeth Melcher Davis. Our music offerings include:
- Adult and children choirs
- 8:45 Music Team
- Concert Series
Participate and help us celebrate with music.
Labyrinths date back thousands of years. They became a part of the Christian tradition out of necessity. Early Christians made a vow to travel to the holy city of Jerusalem at least once in their life. Over the centuries, this became more difficult and complex, and so other practices began to emerge to enable Christians to honor their sacred commitment to pilgrimage. One of these was the labyrinth. A labyrinth is not a maze; you cannot get lost. There is one entrance and a path that leads you to the center and then back out. Our labyrinth is available for retreats and prayer days and on holy days. If you would like to schedule the labyrinth for an event please contact Carolyn Chilton or Dawn McNamara. We can also assist you with teaching about how to walk the labyrinth and plan your retreat.