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Wherever you are on your journey, you are welcome here. Many have found a spiritual home and a family of faith at Grace over the years, and if this is what you are looking for—welcome home. If you are just passing through, or need to spend some quiet time with God—you are welcome here. This is a place of healing, rest, and transformation as well as a community of engagement, learning, and service. You are welcome here— come... pray, sing, laugh, ponder, love, and serve with this community, and see what God can do. -- The Rev. Amy Denney Zuniga

Grace Episcopal Church is an active faith community and we look forward to welcoming you. In addition to Sunday services, children, and youth programs, Grace has scheduled meditation times, and a Wednesday evening Rosary Service. Once a month, on the fourth Saturday at 5 PM, Rev. Amy offers a Spanish Eucharist service. There are many volunteer opportunities including outreach and community service. An important way members connect, share their faith and support one another is through small groups. These usually meet weekly.  Please email us if you would like more information.

Worship times

8:00 am
8 am Rite I
10 am Rite II
10:00 am
Rite II family service with choir
5:00 pm
Spanish service first and third Saturday monthly

Volunteer opportunities

One time opportunities
Ongoing commitment opportunities
Opportunities for mission groups

Advocacy - Immigration Task Force ongoing support of immigration issues

Children and Youth Ministries - Weekly Sunday Service of Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, Weekly Sunday Youth Group 

Kairos Prison Ministry - Annual service at San Quentin

Cursillo Ministry

Grace Church Buildings and Grounds Cleanup Committee - Quarterly

News about Grace Episcopal Church

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Whitney J. LeBlanc embraces a fellow member of Grace, St. Helena, shortly after the dedication of "Justice," the newest of stained glass windows he has crafted for the church since moving to Napa Valley in 1996.
Grace Episcopal Church, Saint Helena, CA

Napa Valley church remembers arrival of first slaves with ringing bells – and stained glass

The stained-glass window was to be a Napa Valley church member’s gift to his congregation of more than two decades. But the day chosen for its dedication made the artwork something more – a fitting symbol for one of America’s most somber anniversaries.


1314 Spring St
Saint Helena, CA 94574-2050
United States



The Rev. Amy Denney Zuniga


Grant Showley

Junior Warden

Other community groups

Kairos Prison Ministry
Adopt a Family
Immigration Task Force