Grace Episcopal Church

Grace Episcopal Church

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


We continue to live stream the service on Facebook at 10:30 a.m. If you have any questions, please contact the church office.



9:30 a.m. – Sunday mornings
Rector’s Forum (Parish Hall)
9:30 a.m. – Christian Formation K-6th grade Upstairs of the Education Building

10:30 a.m. – Holy Eucharist, In-person worship in the sanctuary, live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube.

Use this Worship bulletin.

Every Wednesday at Noon
The Furnace Prayer Service will take place in the Historic Chapel. On the First Wednesday of each month, Holy Eucharist Rite 1 and Healing Prayers will follow.

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 a 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. 

Rite-13 (7th-9th grade) and J2A (10-12th grade) Youth groups will begin meeting on September 25th in the afternoon. There will be a parents information meeting on Sunday, September 18, 5:30 pm in the Parish Hall.

Upcoming Events

Blessing of the Animals – Sunday, October 2, 2022 5:00 p.m.
In honor of The Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, actually celebrated on October 4th, we will gather at the picnic tables behind the church at 5:00 p.m. to give thanks for and bless our animal friends and companions.

Whether feathery, finned, furry, shelled, scaly or slimy, all God’s creatures are welcome. All we ask is that all of our furry friends are safely leashed, caged, boxed, or bowled, both for their protection, and for the protection of others.

“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.”