Also, it does seem to me that we do have a problem with the word "created". In Psalm 19:1 it says that do see the Glory of God in the heavens. It does seem to me that we do experience God, in some sense, in the ordinariness of creation. THere seems to be a problem here in how the act of creating fits into this language.
No problem at all, since it is by His energies that the universe is created and sustained - the grace of God works "externally", everywhere. This is the rain which falls everywhere, both upon the good and the bad, as our Lord put it. As this applies to souls, it's an obvious truth - for otherwise, no one would be able to repent and become Orthodox.
The grace unique to the Church, is the internal grace, which renders the heart a source of holiness, making men into Temples - this is what is meant when you hear talk of there being "no grace outside of the Church of Christ" or that only Her mysteries "have grace."
Thus, there is no conflict with the passage you cite.