Grace Episcopal Church
Christ, Community, Compassion
What should I wear?
Come as you are. On any given Sunday you will find everything from jeans and t-shirts, to polos and khakis, to suits and ties.

How do I know what to do during the service?
Service booklets guide you through the entire service. We sit, we stand and we kneel as we are able. All baptized Christians are welcome to come forward to receive the Body and Blood (bread and wine) of Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament of the Alter. If you are not receiving communion, you are invited to come forward for a blessing, indicated by crossing your arms across your chest. If you desire to receive communion but are unable to come forward, communion will be brought to you.

What do I do with my kids?
All children are invited to join us at any service. There are totes in the Narthex (entry) with markers, coloring books and a children’s Bible. Please feel free to take a tote into church for your child. Also, for infants and small children, a professionally tended nursery is open each Sunday from 7:50 a.m. until after the 10:15 a.m. service.

How long does the service last?
  • Our 8:00 am service is a spoken service (no music). It is quiet and contemplative. This service usually lasts about 45 minutes. Coffee and time for fellowship follow.
  • Our 10:15 am service is a traditional sung service with music and incense. This service lasts about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Coffee and time for fellowship follow.
  • Daily Office: Morning and evening prayer last about 20 minutes and are offered every day. Please see the schedule for daily office times.
Where is Grace Church?
Grace Church is located on the corner of North 7th street and Ontario Avenue in Sheboygan Wisconsin.
We are about four blocks from beautiful Lake Michigan. Learn more about Sheboygan , where to eat, stay, and things to do.

What about accessiblity?
All areas of Grace church are wheel chair accessible.
An elevator makes it easy to travel between levels.
Hearing loops are currently being installed in the church and St. Nicholas Hall.
Baby changing stations are located in both the men's and women's restrooms.