Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church
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7095 Waxhaw Highway     Lancaster, SC 29720   803-283-4969
     Our Lady of Grace Catholic Mission was established in February, 2008.  It is under the direction of the Diocese of Charleston.  Our building has been dedicated on August 15th, by Bishop Guglielmone of the Diocese of Charleston.  The church and office is open while finishing touches are completed.  

     We welcome new families to Our Lady of Grace.  Registration is required before the parish approves a sponsorship certificate for those asked to be Sacrament Sponsors.   We require that you be a registered, contributing Catholic member for at least three months prior to receiving an approved certificate or school voucher. 

     Registration forms can be downloaded and completed, requested by email, or picked up after Mass.  You may drop off your completed form at Mass or at the Parish Office or email your completed form.  You may also scan and email your completed form or use standard USPS mail service. 
    Forms may be found at the bottom of this page. 
 Mass Schedule:

Saturday, 4pm 
Sunday, 7am 9am and 11am

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church
7095 Waxhaw Highway
Lancaster, SC 29720

      *One half hour prior to daily Mass
  3:00 to 3:30  Saturday 
*Or by appointment

It is located inside the church on the left  side.
Parish Office Hours:

8am to 4:30pm
Monday through Thursday 

8am to 1 on Friday 

Contact Us:

Bulletin Deadline for requests:  10 days prior​ to publish date.  
Call Parish House or email:  OLOGOffice1@gmail.com

Mailing Address:
Our Lady of Grace
7095 Waxhaw Highway
Lancaster, SC 29720

 Father Jeffrey F. Kirby, STD 
803.283.4969  or Frkirby@frkirby.com

  Deacon Richard Olson
  Deacon George Johnston
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Second Sunday of Advent 

Beginning of Parish Mission with Father George Elliott

Angel Tree Begins
(See Bulletin)




The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception


 Angel Tree Collection Begins

Third Sunday of Advent

Parish Office Closed
7am Mass
9am Mass
10am Faith Formation
11:00 Mass   (High School in Quiet Room) 
1:00 Discipleship Group for Young Men
5:30 EDGE
5:30 LifeTEEN

Rosary will be one half hour before daily Mass 

Office hours 8am to 4:30
11am Mass
Noon Book Club
1pm Mission Talk
7pm Mission Talk
Acts Two:  The Parish Gathered Around Our Lady

Office hours 8am to 4:30 
​9am Mass
10am Choir Practice
1pm Mission Talk
4:30 Nativity and Children's Choir Practice
5:30 St. Cecelia Choir Practice
6:30 Adult Choir Practice
7pm Mission Talk
Who's In Charge Here?  How to Make Mary Your Queen and Jesus Your King

Office hours 8am to 4:30  
9am  Mass
After Mass Eucharistic Adoration
3:20 Close of Eucharistic Adoration
4pm Mass Anticipated for Holy Day
4pm Faith Formation (K-5)

Office Hours 8am to 4:30
9am Mass
11am Mass 
6pm Mass with Decree of Establishment
Pot Luck Supper (See bulletin for details)

Office hours 8am to 1pm
No Mass

Parish Office Closed
4pm Mass  

​Parish Office Closed
​7am Mass
9am Mass 
10am Faith Formation 
10 to 10:30 Sunday Faith Formation Parent Meeting
11am Mass 
1:00 Discipleship Group for Young Men

For more information call the Parish House 803-283-4969


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Click on the map for directions to the church:   

The address for the church is 7095 Waxhaw Highway, Lancaster, SC 29720
Parish Schedule
Week of December 4 through December 11
All events at the church unless otherwise noted
“As the journey of Advent continues, as we prepare to celebrate the nativity of Christ, John the Baptist's call to conversion sounds out in our communities. It is a pressing invitation to open our hearts and to welcome the Son of God Who comes among us to make divine judgement manifest. The Father, writes St. John the Evangelist, does not judge anyone, but has entrusted the power of judgement to the Son, because He is the Son of man.

“And it is today, in the present, that we decide our future destiny. It is with our concrete everyday behavior in this life that we determine our eternal fate. At the end of our days on earth, at the moment of death, we will be evaluated on the basis of our likeness or otherwise to the Baby Who is about to be born in the poor grotto of Bethlehem, because He is the measure God has given humanity.

“Through the Gospel John the Baptist continues to speak down the centuries to each generation. His hard clear words bring health to us, the men and women of this day in which even the experience and perception of Christmas often, unfortunately, reflects materialist attitudes. The 'voice' of the great prophet asks us to prepare the way for the coming Lord in the deserts of today, internal and external deserts, thirsting for the water of life which is Christ.” — Benedict XVI

The feast of St. John Damascene, which is ordinarily celebrated today, is superseded by the Sunday liturgy 

 Collect Prayer

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Second Sunday of Advent

Parking Notice:   Please park in the designated parking spaces, between the lines.   Do not park on the grassy areas or other unmarked areas as there are cables and other equipment that may be damaged by vehicles. Please keep the area free from double-parking and from blocking emergency vehicle thru ways. 
One Way:   Please be aware that our parking lot, while geographically limited is ONE WAY.   Be sure to obey signs at all times to prevent accidents. 
Old Calendar: Second Sunday of Advent
Almighty and merciful God, may no earthly undertaking hinder those who set out in haste to meet your Son, but may our learning of heavenly wisdom gain us admittance to his company. Who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.
Mark your calendars for the following: 

December 14              Adoration following 9am Mass

December 18             5:30 to 7:30 Chili Christmas Carol

December 21             Adoration following 9am Mass

December 22             7pm Live Nativity

December 24 (Mass Times)     4pm  6pm  8pm  10pm

December 25            10am Mass