Grace Episcopal Church

Grace Episcopal Church

419 South Main St. / Lexington, North Carolina 27292 / 336-249-7211


We will continue to live stream the service on Facebook at 10:00 a.m., for those that choose to stay home at this time. Remember, if you have any questions, please contact Tommy Black, Pam Harvey, or the church office.



10:00 a.m. – In person worship in the sanctuary, livestreamed on FaceBook.

Use this Worship bulletin.

Signing up for Sunday is no longer needed!

Here are a few guidelines for attendance:

  • If you have been fully vaccinated (2 shots) you do not need to wear a mask. If you have not had 2-shots, you are still requested to mask up!
  • We are continuing to ask everyone to socially distance.
  • If you are experiencing any symptoms of illness, please stay home and enjoy the service online.

At Grace Church, you will discover an enthusiastic group of open-minded people who value spiritual growth, corporate worship, life-long learning, and service to others.

Deeply rooted in the Episcopal Church and its emphasis on life in Christian community, Grace affirms the uniqueness and individuality of each person’s spiritual journey.  Here you will find mutual respect and the free exchange of ideas in a nurturing environment.  At Grace Church it is safe to think aloud about your faith journey and to hear the stories of other people whose journeys may be similar or quite different. 

The Mission of Grace Episcopal Church is to be a welcoming community of faith guided by the life and teachings of Jesus. 


We invite all parishioners to explore “Dismantling Racism: Reclaiming Our Baptismal Promise,” a course offering on racial reconciliation and social justice. The next session is taking place July 30, 5-8 p.m., and July 31, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., via Zoom, and there is no cost to attend. “Dismantling Racism” is an interactive workshop designed to deepen spiritual commitment to dismantling racism as participants in the Jesus Movement. Through presentations, prayer, story sharing, videos and small group discussion, participants explore how the sin of racism impacts all lives. Again, there is no cost to attend the session on Zoom, and registration is open:

“I know I can be my authentic self in this congregation. I have learned here to actively listen to people, and I believe that we seek not merely to hear one another but also to listen deeply as we search for Truth.”