Wednesday Night Suppers at Grace

If you’re feeling the need for fellowship, a full heart and a full belly, join us! All are welcome!

The suppers begin with a short prayer at 5:30pm each Wednesday through the fall and winter.

Wednesday Night Suppers are a longstanding tradition at Grace Church. They began as a potluck dinner with about 10 church members and have grown into a neighborhood and community event, with a core group of volunteers cooking for a crowd and even providing rides to church members who can no longer drive. About 20 to 30 people, on average, attend the dinner every week.

These events are more than meal – it’s a time when we can sit down with friends and neighbors and enjoy some time together!

Progress! A Resolution to End Youth Solitary Confinement Passed Unanimously

Please read the press release below, originally posted on the ACTS Website,

The ACTS organization and leaders are pleased to issue the following statement, in response to action taken by the Onondaga County Legislature on September 5, 2017. Ending the practice of solitary confinement of youth is a significant accomplishment–first and foremost for the youth and families directly impacted by that practice. We celebrate the persistent and unrelenting effort of ACTS’ Criminal Justice Task Force and other allies–including Grace Episcopal Church–to bring this about and to make our justice system more just for all, especially for those who are most vulnerable and powerless.

Dave Babcock
President of ACTS

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