Welcome to Grace!

We are…..

  • A center for worship and fellowship;
  • A school for discipleship and stewardship; and
  • A community for healing and outreach.

We live our mission through regular participation in the Eucharist and the practice of our baptismal promises. Traditional Eucharistic liturgy and fine music are hallmarks of worship at our parish. 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 [email protected].

From the Rector: What will Easter be like this year?
From the Rector: What will Easter be like this year?
Dear Friends in Christ,   What will Easter be like this year? There’s a small answer, and then a big answer.   The small answer is about the details. As we prepare for our first services in person in our nave in three years, ...read more
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Guide to Outdoor Stations of the Cross 2022 – Now Available
Guide to Outdoor Stations of the Cross 2022 – Now Available
Walk the Stations of the Cross at your own pace this Lent and Easter Season!  Click here to view a guided devotion and prayer through Grace Church's 14 outdoor Stations of the Cross.  The first Station is located by the flagpole next to the ...read more
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Prayer Service for Ukraine: April 11th at 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Service for Ukraine: April 11th at 7:30 p.m.
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From the Rector: What Does Baptism Look Like?
From the Rector: What Does Baptism Look Like?
Dear Friends in Christ, What does baptism look like? Most of the time, we think of a cute baby in a white bonnet, with proud parents and godparents around the font.   In the early church, however, adult baptism was the norm. Converts ...read more
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Afghan Refugee Ministry Update
Afghan Refugee Ministry Update
As many of you know, a small group of parishioners has been actively engaged in supporting Afghan families settling in Alexandria as an extension of the Christ Church Refugee Ministry (CCRM). The Grace "Care Team" began working about two months ago ...read more
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From the Rector: How Do We Pray for Peace?
From the Rector: How Do We Pray for Peace?
Dear Friends in Christ—   “Lord, teach us to pray, as John taught his disciples . . .” (Luke 11:1)   The request of Jesus’s friends raises the question: is there a right way to pray? And, if so, how do we figure it ...read more
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From the Rector: Walk the Cross, Stand Close to Pain, Heal the World
From the Rector: Walk the Cross, Stand Close to Pain, Heal the World
Dear Friends in Christ—   How do we walk the way of the cross?   One answer is a liturgical one: we do this imaginatively and spiritually in worship.  During Lent, we gather in the nave to walk the Stations of the Cross, on ...read more
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From the Rector: The Calm Before The Calendar
From the Rector: The Calm Before The Calendar
Dear Friends in Christ—   What’s on your calendar?   Historically, mine has been full—too full. I use a paper calendar, and not only do I write appointments in it, I stick post-it notes with aspirations on various dates, ...read more
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Confessions During Lent
Confessions During Lent
Each Sunday morning, we confess our sins together during worship.  Our tradition also has a rite for individuals to make a private confession with a priest.  Mother Nina and Mother Anne are glad to hear confessions at any time, but especially ...read more
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This Lent: Outdoor Stations of the Cross
This Lent: Outdoor Stations of the Cross
Calling all to participate!   Last year, Grace inaugurated a Way of the Cross OUTDOORS.  Station 1 was up by the flagpole, and Station 14 was inside the wall of the Columbarium.  Creating these representations of each of the 14 ...read more
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