Welcome to Grace! Bienvenido a La Gracia!

To Love, Proclaim, and Serve God through

Amar, Proclamar y Servir a Dios a través de

  • life-giving liturgical worship
  • joyful community
  • empowering others

We live our mission through worship, in which lay adults, children and youth participate alongside our clergy.  Traditional, life-giving Eucharistic liturgy and fine music are hallmarks of worship at our parish, and we have weekly services in both English and Spanish.  We create a joyful community with a harvest of fellowship activities and events for all ages.  We empower and serve others through vital ministries, particularly around feeding the hungry.  Please explore our website to get to know us or, better yet, come visit!

For more information or to be added to our mailing list, please contact us at welcome@gracealex.org.



Join The Episcopal Church’s It’s All About Love Festival in Baltimore this Summer

Looking for learning and networking opportunities on evangelism, racial reconciliation, and creation care?

Register—at a discounted rate through May 15—for “It’s All About Love: A Festival for the Jesus Movement,” and you’ll have full access to dozens of workshops and engagement opportunities presented by clergy and lay leaders, including the following:Evangelism

  • Brother James Dowd – Evangelism through a Benedictine Lens
  • The Rev. Nancy Frausto – Prioritizing Latinx Ministry (bilingual)
  • The Rev. Tricia Lyons – Belief Bootcamp
  • The Rev. Jay Sidebotham – Discipleship and Evangelism (Or “You Can’t Give What You Don’t Have”)
  • The Rev. Andrew Terry – Revival in Rural America: Area Mission as 21st-Century Circuit Riding
Racial Reconciliation
  • The Revs. Kelly Brown-Douglas, Stephanie Spellers, and Winnie Varghese – Dismantling White Supremacy in The Episcopal Church
  • The Revs. Walter Brownridge and Gail Fisher Stewart – Criminal Justice Reimagined
  • The Rev. David Chavez – Forced Migration and Racial Justice at the Border (bilingual)
  • Catherine Meeks – Racial Healing
  • The Rev. Rachel Taber-Hamilton – Healing the Cultural Divide between Indigenous Peoples and The Episcopal Church
 Creation Care
  • Episcopal Church Creation Care Team, Climate Reality Project, and Interfaith Power & Light – Eco-justice Tour of Baltimore
  • The Rev. Ellis Clifton – Eco-Themed Worship
  • The Rev. Carol Devine – Communicating about Climate in Your Congregation and Community
  • The Rev. Fletcher Harper – GreenFaith on Climate Resilience
  • Rachel Scott – Environmental Racism and Allyship

The churchwide festival takes place July 9-12 in Baltimore, Maryland, and features revival worship and plenary sessions, in addition to workshops.

View the full schedule and register by May 15 for the extended early bird discount ($185).