Join Us for Friendship and Service

Since its founding in 1871, Grace Episcopal Church has been a place of friendship and service, lived through its warm and diverse congregation that has many long-time members as well as those visiting or here for a brief time from Syracuse University, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Upstate Medical University, and other institutions in the community. In recent decades, Grace has served the community through work in social justice, food insecurity, criminal justice, environmental protection, and other outreach, and by offering its landmark buildings for community use. Through friendship and service, Grace is working to realize God’s kingdom of love and peace.

The Episcopal Church Welcomes You!

Grace is the house of a loving God where everyone is welcome, everyone is respected, everyone is honored, and everyone is loved. Grace is a church of refuge, of healing, and of hope. Come to a place where your soul can feel at home.

The Episcopal faith is based in scripture, tradition, and reason. For more information, go to Home – The Episcopal Church

Please Stay Involved!

Phone to check in with fellow parishioners!
Keep in touch, through Facebook and Instagram!
Alas, Grace Church continues to have bills to pay!
Please remember to continue to provide your generous financial support of Grace Church as you normally would. Your pledges can be paid by check though the mail (819 Madison Street, Syracuse, 13210), or online. Electronic payments can be made through PayPal or Venmo, to gracesyracuse.treasurer@gmail.com
Grace Church is open for …  
12-Step and other support groups can continue to meet. Please practice all recommended public health practices, and know that we cannot clean all doorknobs, surfaces or switch plates in between each group.  

The Food Pantry WILL provide pre-packed bags of food for people to take home on March 19 at its regular hours, 9:00-11:30, and plans are being made for the following weeks. We will keep you posted about how to find emergency supplies of food.

This is in the tradition of Blessed David Pendleton Oakerhater, who served his congregation in Oklahoma in times of struggle and hardship. He is remembered as a warrior and a chief, because he always fed his people, and he always put himself last. May we honor his memory by keeping that spirit alive.