A Home for Your Spirit in Chicago’s South Loop

Grace is a modern downtown Christian church that emphasizes community, learning and service. Our congregation is intentionally diverse; all are welcome regardless of race, background, sexual orientation, gender expression or wealth or lack of it. It is a place where we aim to engage both your heart and your mind. If you are curious about Grace, we encourage you to contact us by email or phone at (312) 922-1426.

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Online Worship At Grace 

Join Grace this Sunday at 10am to pray and worship online together.  The Sunday server team, Minister of Music Mike O'Mara and Pastor Amity will lead worship on Zoom using this bulletin: April 18 2021 stream
Please click here for more information about our live stream worship services.
9:50 am Live stream begins
10:00 am Worship begins with welcome and brief orientation
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Upcoming Events

  • Apr 17

    Community Events | Hope’s Table

    Hope's Table for All Hungry Neighbors provides a to go meal and supplies every Saturday at Grace.   You can support Hope's Table by 1) donating men's clothing, toiletries, masks and socks, and/or 2) donating toward the cost of boxed meals.  Bring donations to Grace between 7:45-8:45am on Saturdays or make arrangements by emailing sheriwernsing@gmail.com.   You can donate directly to Hope’s Table via chicagotemple.org  and click the 'Donate' button.  

  • Apr 21

    Programs | 3rd Wednesdays

    Join Pastor Amity and other Gracers as we learn, pray, and act together for racial reconciliation.  We will meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month throughout the 2020-2021 program year. Using the framework from the Episcopal Church’s Racial Reconciliation team, we will learn from a variety of resources (books, articles, movies, videos, etc); pray for racial justice in Chicago, Illinois, and the United States; and explore specific ways to act for change. On Wednesday, April 21 at 6:30pm   We will be reading a letter to the Episcopal Church from three women priests of color: Speaking of Freedom: A Letter to the Church on Breaking Free of White Supremacy, by the Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas, the Rev. Stephanie Spellers, and the Rev. Winnie Varghese. The letter can be found online, and a video of the authors reading it can be found on YouTube.  We will also read the Evangelical Leaders Statement Condemning Christian Nationalism's role in the January 6 Insurrection. The statement and list of signers can be found online at saynotochristiannationalism.org/    Please contact Pastor Amity for more information.

  • Apr 21

    Worship | Wednesday Bible Study

    Grace's mid-week Bible study  continues Wednesday  at 11am.  No preparation is needed; simply come, pray, read and discuss scripture. Click here  or join by phone:  312-626-6799 and use meeting ID:860 2157 4693# Passcode: 000215