Grace Episcopal Church was built in 1859 and is in the center of historic North Attleboro. With its sweeping lawn, beautiful stone work and rose window, the building and grounds have long served both its congregation and the community with a bright, light and safe space.
Our church has suffered deterioration to its infrastructure over the last couple of decades and is in dire need of immediate repairs. Grace Church has a very dedicated, but small congregation that is currently trying to do everything they can to preserve their church. Our parishioners have held many church dinners, craft shows, and other fund-raising events to finance the renovations.
We have several projects – both immediate and long term - and as we look to the future, we need your help. Our first project is to renovate the front foyer of the Church. The pictures below show the extent of the damage.
With a focus on the future and a broader appeal to many to help us in our efforts, we seek to engage the greater community, draw in those who are interested in historic buildings and reach those who can assist us.
We need your help NOW!
Please add your tax deductible contribute via this GoFundMe page. Spread the word, pass it on, help us to keep this vital part of the North Attleboro community a vibrant and holy place.
Visit our website for more information about Grace Church http://www.gracechurchna.org/#/
and the projects http://www.gracechurchna.org/go-fund-me-for-the-future.html.
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The Grace Church Team
Our first project is to renovate the front foyer of the Church. Look at the extent of the damage.