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June is recycling month for Grace Church! This means that every bottle and can dropped off at the Transfer Station during the month of June is ours for the taking. This typically helps us raise over $1000! Recycling takes place on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Click here to fill out the form to let us know the days and times that are best for you to help!


Wednesdays 8AM

This short (30 min.) mid-week Mass gives you just what you need to refocus for the remainder of the week. Intimate and personal.

Senior Luncheon 4th Tuesdays 12PM

Please join us for some great food and fellowship. Or if you'd like to volunteer, click HERE

Beginning at 7:30AM on the first Saturday of each month, all men are invited to learn more about our faith and each other! This is a great opportunity to develop relationships in the church and deepen your faith. Please join us! Continental breakfast served from 7:30-9AM. Don’t miss it!

The purpose of the Women’s Ministry is to set aside a small amount of time monthly dedicated to meaningful and substantial discourse and pursuits that will build our faith and sense of God’s presence in every facet of our lives. All welcome! Click HERE for more information.

Monthly on the 3rd Sunday

Anointing of the sick will take place following the service.

"Are any among you sick? They should call for the elders of the Church and have them pray over them, anointing them with oil in the name of the Lord. And their prayer offered in faith will heal the sick, and the Lord will make them well. ~James 5:14-15


Please visit our new outdoor sacred space - the Garden at Grace.

  • Click here to read about the Garden.
  • Or check out the slideshows to see the construction process.
  • To see photos of the Dedication Weekend, CLICK HERE

  • Knowledge Based Faith: Practical Steps to Living a Christian Life

    At Grace Church, we learn that our journey to Christ is based on relevant knowledge that we receive and, in turn, act upon in faith. There is no need for a "leap" of faith, or "blind" faith. Jesus invites us to know him. Having addressed every aspect of real life as we live it, even today, Jesus has shown us exactly how to successfully live out all he has taught us to do.

    This means that a life of purpose, peace and deep joy is ours when we "learn to grow in grace and the knowledge of God." Join each Sunday to learn more.


    The Farmers Market has ended for the season...see you in the spring!


    It will be a long wait until our next big FUNdraiser - the Stocking-Stuffer Auction. Stay tuned!

    Find those perfect gifts for the holidays AND benefit the church - all while having a great time! What could be better?! Get your tickets now - seating is limited.

    Tix include a gourmet dinner and can be purchased online HERE!


    Your celebration of the true meaning of Christmas wll be enriched by taking an hour each week to attend Mass. Learning what the holiday means for your life today, the caring community and fellowship, the music and decorations are all meant to take you deeper into the meaning of Christmas - that Christ is born in you and remains with you every step of the way. Weekly at 10AM


    DATE TBD Peter & Amy will join with friends at Redeemer Church in Needham to host a Blue Christmas Service. For many, the holidays can be a time that magnifies the losses and disappointments that we experience in life. Join us as we pray through our tears to the healing, hope and joy of the promise of new life in Christ. All are welcome. Redeemer Church is located at 1458 Great Plain Ave., Needham

    The Seder is a ritual performed by a community or by multiple generations of a family, involving a retelling of the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. delivery from slavery is a theme that runs throughout the Bible and is the central theme of Jesus’ own ministry. His miracles depict freedom from illness, from want, and freedom from oppression of any kind. His resurrection is a vivd example of our ultimate freedom from death!

    Please join us at 6PM on Thursday, March 26 to enjoy a wonderful meal and a rich retelling of our history. Ken Wadness will walk us through the traditional Seder meal while Fr. Peter DiSanto will show how each aspect has a direct correlation to our weekly celebration of the Eucharist. Children are especially welcome and guests and friends as well!

    A donation of $10 is requested. Please RSVP HERE

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