We are a congregation within the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee whose mission is to bring glory to God, build the spirituality of our people, and bring Christ to our community.

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Lenten Study Series

Beginning on Wednesday, February 21st, we will have our Lenten Study Series. This will include Evening Prayer, a potluck dinner, and book discussion. These will begin at 6 p.m.

This year’s study will focus on Bishop N.T. Wright’s book Surprised by Hope. This book can be obtained online through several distributors. You can also order it at Ghostlight Books in Spring Hill.

Weekly Services

We hold in-person worship (Eucharist Rite II) services on Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.

Our worship services are also online on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and at other times as announced.

Please see our Facebook group for updates and access to the live-streamed Sunday liturgy.

Eucharist services are also held at noon on Wednesdays.

The Sunday Lectionary readings for this week are available here.

About

Grace has been active in the Spring Hill community for over 140 years. We continue growing with our community through traditional services and a family atmosphere of fellowship. Grace Episcopal Church is located in beautiful, historic Spring Hill, Tennessee.

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Grace Episcopal Church was built in 1877-78. The building of Grace was funded by contributions from members and friends in the Spring Hill community. The Right Reverend Charles T. Quintard, the 2nd Bishop of the Diocese of Tennessee, consecrated the church on May 16, 1878. Grace has been in continuous service to the Spring Hill community since that time. 

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Mission

It is the Mission of Grace Episcopal Church to bring glory to God, build the spirituality of our people, and bring Christ to our community.

Where you can find us

Vicar: Fr. Joseph Davis
Office: Susan Browning

Address:
5291 Main Street
Spring Hill, TN 37174

Phone:
(931) 486-3223

Get in Touch

We would be thrilled to hear from you

About Us

Grace has been active in the Spring Hill community for over 140 years. We continue growing with our community through traditional services and a family atmosphere of fellowship. Grace Episcopal Church is located in beautiful, historic Spring Hill, Tennessee.

Services (Holy Eucharist, Rite II):
Sunday 10:00 a.m. — in-person and online
Wednesday noon    — in-person

Grace and the Episcopal Church are an inclusive church family, come as you are and worship with us.

We are a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee.

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  • Historic building: Historic community.

  • Local community since 1877.

  • Something for all ages.

A rich history…

Grace Episcopal Church was built in 1877-78. The building of Grace was funded by contributions from members and friends in the Spring Hill community. The Right Reverend Charles T. Quintard, the 2nd Bishop of the Diocese of Tennessee, consecrated the church on May 16, 1878. Grace has been in continuous service to the Spring Hill community since that time. 

The original church building consists of a small narthex (or entry); a nave (or sanctuary); a chancel and altar from which the priest conducts services; a small sacristy (or room in which vestments and Eucharist supplies are kept); and a single belfry. Plans for the church were drawn by well-known Nashville architect, P. J. Williamson in the Carpenter Gothic style of architecture which was very popular immediately following the Civil War.

Grace Episcopal Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

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