In-person worship is suspended through Sunday, June 7.

Our worship services continue online every Sunday at 10:00 and at other times as announced.

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

A community church bringing glory to God, building the spirituality of our people and bringing Christ to our community.

Special Pastoral Message Regarding COVID-19

As we live through a time of physical isolation, we want to use whatever means are available to continue to Glorify God and be attentive to the needs of Spring Hill and the surrounding area. We hope you will join us through the use of the internet as we make our way through this strange, wilderness journey (was there every such a Lent?). The outcome is in God’s hands. He has already won the victory over sin and death through the cross of Christ and his resurrection from the grave. Be with us, as we keep our community in prayer, and walk with us to the Land of Promise. We will come through this trial, as the people of God always have, by his grace; and he will strengthen and purify us along the way.

~ Father Joe

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.

You’re Invited to Join Us…

Due to the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak we are following special protocols to protect parishioners and guests.

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

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

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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.

Grace offers three services per week, all including an offering of the Eucharist. 

Our 8:00 a.m. Sunday service is perfect for those who enjoy a time of quiet reflection during worship.

At the 10:00 a.m. Sunday service, we welcome you to enjoy the sounds of our historic organ and singing throughout the service.

Wednesdays at Noon a healing service is offered with healing ointment and a serving of the Eucharist. 

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

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  • Historic building: Historic community

  • Local community since 1877

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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