Grace Church in Brooklyn Heights has been a worshiping, serving parish of the Episcopal Church since 1847. Today we continue to honor God as a vibrant, visionary, inclusive congregation. We are committed to ministries of prayer and worship, lifelong Christian learning, outreach and justice, and compassionate care for one another and the world. We celebrate our growing diversity and the great privilege we have in welcoming all who seek to serve God in the world. We welcome all who long to serve God’s reign of mercy and love. We welcome you.
Welcome to Grace
Grace Church is an historic, diverse and active congregation. A church is a gathering of people who seek to honor God as they love one another and serve God’s needy world. Grace Church has been committed to sharing God’s grace with others since 1847.
Whoever you are, wherever you come from, or whatever your doubts, you are always welcome in this “place of grace.” We invite you to join us in our ministries of worship, education, care, and outreach.
Every blessing in Christ,
Stephen D. Muncie
Becoming a Member
We welcome all – believers, seekers, and skeptics - to participate in our worship and programs, regardless of membership status. Whether or not you are a member, there is a place for you in our common search for God. When you are ready to become a member, there are several ways to do so.
If you are transferring to Grace from another Episcopal church, simply call the parish office to request a letter of transfer from your former parish. If you are transferring from a denomination other than the Episcopal Church, or if you have not been a member of any church, we encourage you to join our annual Inquirer’s Class: “Believing, Belonging, & Becoming.”
Newcomers are invited to regularly scheduled get acquainted gatherings with the clergy, parish leadership, and other parishioners. These informal gatherings are held several times a year on Sunday evenings at 6:00 pm