Worship – Every Sunday at 9:00 and 11:00 AM. We use the Rite II format at both services. The services last approximately an hour. In the summer (June - August), we have one worship service at 10:00 AM.
Coffee Hour – Coffee Hour follows the 11:00 AM service (10:00 AM in the summer) in the Parish Hall.
Nursery – We offer nursery care for our youngest members at the 11:00 AM service (10:00 AM in the summer).
Community Prayer Service – The second Saturday of every month at 5:00 PM. This service offers healing prayer and communion with candlelight and contemplative music.
We are an informal family church, so you will see a little of everything on Sunday morning from business dress to more relaxed attire. Whatever you choose, you are welcome!
Grace Episcopal Church is located in the heart of Goochland Courthouse at 2955 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063. Directions
There are 2 areas for parking available. One option is in the lower parking lots beside the Parish Hall. Handicap parking is available. We also offer parking in the unpaved gravel lot on the left side of the church. There is a paved sidewalk from this area to the sanctuary.
If you feel you need special assistance, please email the church at firstname.lastname@example.org so accommodations can be arranged.
Throughout its 140-year history, Grace Episcopal Church has been an important part of Goochland County. Because of its physical location, at 2955 River Road West in the heart of Goochland Courthouse, Grace Church has ministered to the community and to the county at large through its programs, use of facilities, and services.
Grace Church was founded in 1876 in the Parish of St. James-Northam. Click the button below to learn more about Grace Episcopal here in Goochland.
“If it’s not about love, it’s not about God”. Presiding Bishop, Michael Curry
Grace Church is blessed to be a part of the Diocese of Virginia which is supported and guided by the national Episcopal denomination. We welcome all individuals as part of our greater call to follow Jesus into a loving, liberating and life-giving relationship with God and with each other.
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