Grace Episcopal Church
Friday, October 23, 2020
Welcoming All into God's Peace Together
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GRACE 
RECOVERY
MEETINGS
HAVE STARTED
IN THE  UNDERCROFT
PARISH HALL 
Safe space for AA Groups
to meet is complete. 
Each group
should go to 
 for information on
restarting their meeting.
 

 
GRACE IS THE
CEREAL AND MILK
CHURCH!
St. Luke's/St. Paul's and
St. John's Food Pantries
in Bridgeport urgently
need donations of
groceries but cereal
seems to go fast
- especially now during
this difficult Pandemic.
Worship Service in Church
has been suspended but
the Church is still open.
Please bring a box
or more of cereal
and shelf stable milk
inside the red doors
to the Main entrance
and we will deliver
your donation. 
~~~~~~
 
St. Pauly
Donation Shed
in the back
parking lot at Grace
Temporarily
Closed 
Please do not
 drop off donations.
If St. Pauly resumes
operations,
we will advise.

 
E-NEWS 
The GLOW
 
Highlights: 
Worship Service
today on the lawn.
Details on Home page. 
 
Today's Bible
reading
Matthew 
22:1-14
 
Bishop Curry's
new book
"Love is the Way"
was released Sept. 22
 
Virtual Fundraiser
What the World
Needs Now...
brought to you by
The Council of Churches
of Greater Bridgeport
November 12
 
Trumbull Mall
Apartments get
Planning & Zoning
approval
 
ECCT Sermon:
Peace in Liminal Spaces
Written by Mercea Paul
  
Young adults serving
communities
despite COVID-19
 
Start taking
shorter showers!
Water usage guide.
 
And so much more...
 
Read all 
about it!
 
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  Our doors
are always open.
 
 
Grace 
Church
Trumbull
  
5958 Main St.
Trumbull CT
06611
 
203-268-2809
 
Handicapped accessible
pews are located
at the front of
the sacristy.
 
Office hours:
are by appointment only
until further notice.
Leave a message and
we will return your call
203-268-2809
 
 
 
 

Recovery Room at Lewis Hall

 
Grace Church feels strongly that we are called to support and encourage people in recovery–specifically those recovering from addictions, and their families.  In 2011, with the help of a grant from the Episcopal Diocese of CT, we renovated the lower level of Lewis Hall and designated it for Recovery Meetings. This is a place where people can feel safe, welcomed and embraced, wherever they are on their spiritual journey of recovery.
 
The Recovery Room has a meeting hall, separate conference room for smaller meetings, kitchenette for coffee and snack prep, ample storage space for each meeting, and a private rest room.
 
AA meetings are held here 7 days a week; click here for a meeting schedule. Grace Church invites the recovery community to make ample use of it to promote further sobriety and serenity. Those interested in starting a new recovery meeting can contact the church office. We will work them into the schedule.
 
The Recovery Room is open at all times for those who'd like to use it for sponsor/sponsee meetings.