The congregation of Grace Episcopal Church, Weslaco, Texas ...
Is a Christian Community which is part
of the Episcopal Church in America.
Christians have been worshipping as Grace Episcopal Church since 1950.
The church is built in modified Mexican colonial style and the heavy
oaken doors are framed by two stately Washingtonian palms.
Our Mission Statement
We, the family of Grace Episcopal Church, invite all people to join with us in experiencing the love of God.
We express our love for God
by learning the Word of God.
We do that through the Holy Spirit and inspired to share Jesus Christ with the world.
Nosotros, la familia de la Iglesia Episcopal del la Gracia, invitamos a todos a reunirse con nosotros para experimentar el amor de Dios.
Nosotros, expresar nuestro amor a Dios, aprender la Palabra de Dios, y por el Espiritu Santo, ser fortalecidos e inspirados a compartir a Jesucristo con todo el mundo.
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November Grace Happenings
Mondays & Wednesdays—Yoga
Class——10 – 11:30a.m.—Parish Hall
Saturday, Nov. 5 & 12—Misa Familiar—1:00 p.m.—Iglesia
Thursday, Nov. 10—DOK Meeting—6:00 p.m.—JKV. It has been changed due to
the Stewardship Dinner
Friday, Nov. 11—Happy Veterans’ Day! Thank a Veteran.
► Tuesday, Nov. 15—Bean
Soup Supper—5:30-7:00 p.m.
► Thursday, Nov.
17—Stewardship Dinner—6-8 p.m.—Cafecitos Restaurant
Please sign-up so we can
have an idea how many are coming.
► Sunday, Nov. 20 2016
Pledge Sunday—Pledges will
be turned in and blessed at the Altar.
Annual Parish Meeting If
you would like to run for the Vestry
or would like to nominate someone,
please speak with our Sr. Ward, Dale.
Delegates for Council will, also be elected.
Dinner—please sign up and let us know what you will bring to the common
food item for the
Grace Episcopal Church serves the
community of Weslaco, Texas, in the Rio Grande Valley, located halfway between the cities of Harlingen and McAllen on US Expressway 83.
Our address is 701 South Missouri Avenue, Weslaco,TX 78596. Weslaco is a community of 25,000 with growth each winter to 35,000, more or less, when "Winter Texans" from northern United States and Canada arrive to enjoy our mild winters.