Grace Episcopal Church

multigenerational, diverse and welcoming Christian community Medford, MA
Grace Episcopal Church

Who We Are

Grace Episcopal Church is a multigenerational, diverse and welcoming Christian community that values shared leadership, service to those in need and nurturing all in the love of God.

Grace Church is a dynamic and vibrant spiritual home to a diverse congregation of over 200 families with different racial, social, ethnic, cultural, family and religious backgrounds. Some are lifelong Episcopalians; some were raised in other Protestant denominations or in the Roman Catholic Church; some are new to the Christian faith; some are not quite sure what they believe.

All are welcome!

About Us

Vibe
Casual, Traditional Liturgy, Down to Earth, Friendly, Progressive, Inclusive, Multigenerational, Young families, Lots of kids, Lively

Programs
Community Service, Social Justice, Children's Ministry, Nursery, Young Adults, Daycare

Music
Traditional Hymns, Organ, Contemporary

Denomination
Episcopal

Networks

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
1847

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
160 High Street
Medford, MA 02155

Phone
781-396-7215

Website

Directions
Get directions on Google Maps

Leadership View all

Noah Evans

Noah Evans

The Reverend Noah H. Evans, our Rector and pastor, has been with Grace Church since March 2008. Ordained in 2004, previously, Noah served as the Associate Rector of St. Anne's in the Fields Episcopal Church in Lincoln Massachusetts. Noah is a graduate of Washington University in Saint Louis and The General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church. Noah lives in West Medford, with his wife, the Reverend Sara Irwin, who is the Pastor of Christ Episcopal Church in Waltham. Their daughter Adah was born in 2009 and their son Isaiah was born in 2007. Noah loves cooking, his local CSA farm, current events and politics, the intersection of church and society, movies and television and teaching the bible. Noah was one of the founders of the Life Together: the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts Young Adult Internship Program, and serves as the Chair the Board of Episcopal City Mission. He can be reached at [email protected] or 781-396-7215. You can follow him on twitter are @nhevans827, and find his blog at http://getoutoftheark.blogspot.com/.

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