Grace Episcopal Church
The Lexington Parish of the Diocese of Southwestern Virginia
Proclaiming the Gospel of Christ
Growing in the Knowledge of God's Word
Building the Fellowship of Christ's Church
Caring for one another in Community
Come join us in mission!
Annual MLK Community Worship Service
First Baptist Church, 103 N. Main St. Lexington
Sunday, January 19
MLK Community Parade Monday, January 20
The Third Annual CARE Rockbridge MLK Community Parade steps off at 10:00 am on Monday, January 20, from the street in front of Randolph Street United Methodist Church, at 118 S. Randolph St., in downtown Lexington. Hot cocoa will be served immediately afterwards.
Second Annual Choral Works Singalong
Saturday, February 8
Practice 2:15 - 5 pm
Sing-Through 5 pm
Come rehearse, laugh, sing! We will sing Vivaldi's Spectacular Gloria and Rutter's 23rd Psalm and "God Be in My Head." Dr. Kyle Nielsen, Dr. Shane Lynch, Ms. Lacey Lynch, and Ms. Martha Burford will led us. Mr. Sumner Jenkins and Mr. William McCorkle will accompany.
Questions? Call Martha Burford at 540-463-4981.
Chili Cook Off February 2
Grace Episcopal Church has been invited to participate with other area churches in Habitat for Humanity's Chili Cook Off on March 29th.
For our First Sunday Lunch in February Grace Church is having its own Chili Cook Off to determine what chili recipe we will use for the big contest. If you have a great chili recipe, cook up a pot and bring it to church on Sunday, February 2.
May the Best Chili Win!
Contact Sharon Massie if you're planning to participate.
Tuck Bowerfind joins
Grace as Rector
Grace Episcopal Church has called The Rev. Ellis Tucker "Tuck" Bowerfind to serve as their Rector. Fr. Tuck comes from St. Luke's, Alexandria, VA, where he has served as rector since 2003. We welcome Tuck and his wife Delea to Lexington!
Bishop's Visit and Confirmation
Mark Bourlakas, 6th Bishop of the Diocese of Southwestern Virginia visited Grace Episcopal Church for Confirmation on Sunday, December 22. Six youth and five adults confirmed their baptismal covenant. Bishop Bourlakas also received one adult and three additional adults reaffirmed their faith.