St. John’s-Grace Episcopal Church is the Community Sponsor of the Richmond Ashland National Register Historic District Initiative. It is a natural fit with the Church’s dedication to the betterment of their parish community.
Since its location on Colonial Circle for nearly 120 years, St. John’s-Grace Episcopal Church has served as a center of community for the Elmwood Village neighborhood. The Church’s role as a neighborhood center is clear in the diverse spiritual, cultural, educational and social programs that take place on a daily basis.
The historic campus of St. John’s-Grace Episcopal Church on Colonial Circle is a certified Local Landmark by the City of Buffalo. When listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing building to the historic district, St. John’s-Grace Church will be eligible for additional funding specifically for certified historic buildings at the National level.
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From the St. John’s-Grace Church website;
Experience the glorious architecture of our sanctuary, uplifting music both ancient and contemporary, and preaching which is joyful, challenging, personal and relevant to your daily life and struggles. On Sundays, Holy Communion is offered to absolutely everybody. Join us any Sunday morning for services, or come on any weekday morning.
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Rev. Philip Dougharty, Rector
St. John’s-Grace Episcopal Church
51 Colonial Circle, Buffalo, NY 14222
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